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OPX Biotechnologies Selected as Innovation Pioneer at IHS CERAWeek
Date:3/4/2013

Boulder, Colo. (PRWEB) March 04, 2013

Bio-based chemicals and fuels producer OPX Biotechnologies Inc. (OPXBIO) is being recognized as an Energy Innovation Pioneer at this week’s annual IHS CERAWeek conference in Houston – an honor that further signals the increasing role that bio-based producers can play in the global energy and chemical industries.

The annual Energy Innovation Pioneers program recognizes companies for their “potential to transform the energy future,” a goal that perfectly mirrors OPXBIO’s objective to transform the business of chemistry, according to president and CEO Charles R. (Chas) Eggert. With volatile and escalating petroleum prices, increasing regulatory constraints and growing consumer demands for more-sustainable products, OPXBIO can help existing petroleum-based manufacturers adopt new bio-based technology to successfully meet these challenges.

“Many conference attendees represent well-established, major oil & gas players, but the fact that a bio-based start-up like OPXBIO is also invited shows the industry recognizes the opportunity for new economic bio-processes to make chemicals and fuels,” Eggert said. “Today’s petroleum-based manufacturers are constantly striving for more-efficient process technology. Our process improvements use the rapid advancements in biotechnology and are accomplished using living cells engineered to perform as efficient, microscopic factories."

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