8 Feb 2013
Tom Crotty talked about new developments in biofuels, in the first Public Evening Lecture of 2013 on 23 January.
He examined INEOS's search for second generation biofuels, and its success with converting waste carbon into bio ethanol and energy. The process developed, known as INEOS Bio technology, can use any form of waste carbon, including agricultural and forestry bio waste and domestic waste.
To find out more about this process, watch the video of the full lecture below.
About the speaker
Tom Crotty is a Director of INEOS, responsible for Corporate Affairs and Communications and the development of INEOS business in new territories. He is also President of the European Petrochemicals Association and Chairman of Cogent, the UK Sector Skills Council for the Process Industries. He also sits on the UK’s CBI Climate Change Board