Shell fuels cellulosic ethanol push with new Codexis deal

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Oil giant takes larger stake in developer of enzymes that are key to production of second generation biofuels

Oil giant Shell has stepped up its push into the biofuels sector, shelling out an undisclosed sum to increase its stake in Codexis, a developer of enzymes designed to enhance the efficiency of second generation...

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