Hydrogen Peroxide from Genetically Modified Enzymes Nanalyze; January 20, 2020 Investors like BlackRock are using a company’s sustainability as a deciding factor for their investments. Solugen is perfectly aligned with these sustainability initiatives with their work in biotechnology and enzymology.
Moving into the Spotlight Oilfield Technology; November 2019 Tom Swanson, Solugen, USA explains why new approaches and applications improve water quality, reduce waste and decrease chemical consumption must be implemented.
Oilfield Chemistry Marches Forward AOGR; October 24, 2019 By nourishing carefully engineered enzymes with plant sugars that otherwise go to waste, Solugen can produce environmentally-friendly peroxides and iron agents.
Solugen leading the way in low cost, bio-based tech Produced Water Society; July 19, 2019 The massive volume of produced water in the Permian Basin is a cause for concern for some operators in the region, inspiring innovators to concoct fresh technologies to break down the barriers of what is feasible in the field.
CEO: Houston biochem company in "crazy growth mode" Houston Business Journal; May 23, 2019 A Houston-based chemical startup snagged $32 million in series B funding ahead of plans to build a new headquarters and plant, but this isn't the end of the company's fundraising plans.
Meet the Texas startup that wants to decarbonize the chemical industry TechCrunch; March 24, 2019 Solugen created a process that can make thousands of tons of chemicals — without relying on petroleum — an important step in the fight against global climate change.
Solugen finds sweet spot with industrial hydrogen peroxide Houston Chronicle; March 19, 2019 Solugen’s ability to clean wastewater from hydraulic fracturing could be the most popular use in Texas, a proposition that has helped Houston-based Solugen raise nearly $20 million from investors in Silicon Valley.