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Gov. Jindal Announces Myriant Technologies to Begin Construction of New, Sustainable Specialty Chemical Plant in Lake Providence
Date:12/28/2010

well as incentives offered by the state. The Lake Providence location provides a variety of feedstock options for the facility, as well as low-cost transportation options for both the inputs and products.

Headquartered in Quincy, Mass., Myriant Technologies LLC uses proprietary technology to advance the development of low-cost cellulosic sugars for the sustainable manufacturing of high-value specialty chemicals. The company's D(-) lactic acid started production at commercial scale in June 2008 for use in polylactic acid. Myriant's second commercial product, succinic acid, will begin commercial production in 2012.

Visit Myriant Technologies' website to learn more at www.myriant.com.Media Contacts:Carole Dupre

Matt Braud

mbraud@la.gov

225.342.3437 Sam McConnellMyriant Technologies LLCsmcconnell@myriant.com617.657.5207
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