Exxon's $100 million algae biofuel investment comes up short
A sign for the ExxonMobil Torerance Refinery is shown in Torrance, Calif. Exxon has announced that while it wasn't throwing in the towel, it would be forced to restructure its algae biofuels research.
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Since: Mar 13
#1 May 29, 2013
For that planned $600B, they could have solved the energy problem effectively forever using Liquid Fluoride Thorium Recyclers
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