West African Interest in Unibios Novel Technology
The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation confirms firm interest in the U-Loop technology as the technology converting methane to protein addresses some major concerns and challenges in the West African region. How to produce food for a growing population and how can flaring of gas be limited. The Unibio technology could potentially form part of the solution.
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MiFFi Copenhagen, 2-4 May 2018
2-4 May 2018,
CEO Henrik Busch-Larsen to present the vision behind Unibio at Bio-Based Live
CEO Henrik Busch-Larsen will speak at the upcoming Bio-Based Live to address the world’s growing need for animal protein and explain how turning methane into food rather than fuel can help limit protein scarcity in the future.
Latest interview with Unibio´s CEO on Stock TUBE
Unibio to seek pre-IPO funding with new plant in Denmark
Chief executive Henrik Busch-Larsen gave Proactive Investors the lowdown on Unibio’s growth strategy and he highlights that capturing just 1% of the animal feed protein production market could deliver hundreds of millions of dollars in revenues.
Unibio is now at the beginning of its foray into the huge US$500bn - or 1bn tonne per year - market and, as the CEO points out, the opening of the plant and the pending start of deliveries to the company’s first client will mark an important catalyst.
CEO interviewed by Proactive Investors
Unibio on course for very quick progress, says CEO
Henrik Busch-Larsen, chief executive at Unibio, believes the company is in a great position as it looks to the future and is excited by the opportunities to develop in the animal feed market.
The company has developed technology that allows methane gas to be converted into animal feed.
“This is a huge market; you have a production of a thousand million tonnes of feed being produced every year, so we’re tapping into a very, very large market.”
Unibio participates in EY 2015 Contest
Unibio is proud to be participating in EY Entrepreneur of the Year within the Life Sciences category.