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The BioFields corporate office is located on the twelfth floor of a luxury tower in Lomas de Chapultepec, an exclusive Mexico City neighbourhood. For now, the company doesn't sell anything, but it has big plans to revolutionise the biofuel market. Before the end of the year, BioFields will begin construction of a pilot plant to obtain ethanol from algae in Puerto Libertad, a town of 3,000 people in the northern state of Sonora, corporate affairs director Sergio Ramirez told this reporter.

The biofuel plant will be completed in the second half of 2010, said Ramirez, who was also the first employee recruited by the company, founded in February 2007.

BioFields holds the rights to use 'direct to ethanol' technology in Mexico. The method, developed and patented by the Algenol company, produces biofuel using hybrid blue-green algae, he explained.

read more: http://enr.construction.com/yb/enr/article...ry_id=138601767


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