Latest news of Licella, the global leaders in hydrothermal liquefaction and our pioneering Cat-HTR™ technology. The partners and projects at the forefront of the low carbon circular economy.
Licella announce senior leadership changes to support global commercialisation
Co-Founder, Dr Len Humphreys, appointed Executive Chairman and Mr Alan Nicholl, current Managing Director and former Arbios Biotech President, will assume role of CEO
Advanced recycling in Australia gets a boost from packaging value chain leaders
Amcor and Mondelēz International have signed investment agreements to help Licella progress construction of its Cat-HTR advanced plastic recycling facility in Australia.
New report shows HTL best in class environmental credentials for advanced recycling of plastic
The European Commission’s Joint Research Centre (JRC) has published a Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) report which benchmarks three thermal advanced plastic recycling technologies against waste to energy and mechanical recycling in terms of carbon emissions.
Licella appoints new CFO, Richard Pillinger, building organisational expertise and capacity
These organisational changes support the company as it moves towards the commericalisation phase of its pioneering Cat-HTR technology platform, alongside preparing the company to be ready for a potential liquidity event.
First Australian commercial Cat-HTR facility receives EPA approval
The Environmental Protection Agency Victoria (EPA) has approved the Development Licence submitted by Advanced Recycling Victoria (ARV) to establish a plastic resource recovery plant in Altona, to convert end-of-life plastics into liquid and gaseous hydrocarbon products.
Licella partners with Amcor to deliver recycled content from Australia’s first plastic advanced recycling facility
Licella Holdings have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Amcor Australia & New Zealand (ANZ), a global leader in responsible packaging solutions, towards investment in Licella’s first Australian facility.
Dow and Mura Technology plan to locate Europe’s largest advanced recycling facility at Dow’s site in Böhlen, Germany
Dow and Mura announce the next step in their ongoing collaboration to advance global plastic circularity. Mura plans to construct a new facility at Dow’s Böhlen site in Germany.
Arbios Facility Named Chuntoh Ghuna – “The Forest Lives”
Arbios Biotech, a joint venture between Licella and Canfor, and the Lheidli T’enneh First Nation announce name for groundbreaking renewable biofuels facility.
Dow and Mura Technology announce largest commitment of its kind to scale global advanced recycling rates
Licella congratulate Mura, UK-based developer and licensee of Cat-HTR™ platform, on its announcement with Dow , the world’s leading materials science company.
Boost for global deployment of Licella’s Cat-HTR™ platform as leading engineering firm KBR announce further investment in plastics licensee Mura Technology
Licella congratulates Mura, UK-based developer and licensee of their Cat-HTR™ platform, on its announcement that KBR will invest an additional US$100 million in Mura.
Labor Announcement Supports Australian-first Biorefinery, Transforming Sugarcane Waste into Jet Fuel
A Labor Government would provide Licella with a $5 million grant towards the development of a QLD biorefinery to transform sugarcane waste into SAF.
Arbios Biotech #10 in 50 Hottest Projects in the Advanced Bioeconomy 2022
Arbios Biotech, Licella's joint-venture with Canfor, awarded number 10 in the 50 Hottest Projects in the Advanced Bioeconomy 2022 at ABLC.
Licella welcomes Alan Nicholl as Managing Director
Licella are delighted to announce the appointment of Alan Nicholl to the role of Managing Director, effective 1 April 2022.
Mura Technology, Cat-HTR™ Licensee, Announces LG Chem & Chevron Phillips Partnerships
Mura and LG Chem partnership represents the fourth fully funded commercial plant with Licella's Cat-HTR™ platform at its core.
Amcor, Coles, iQ Renew, Licella, LyondellBasell and Nestlé findings support Australian-first advanced recycling plant
Licella, supported by Amcor, Coles, iQ Renew, LyondellBasell, and Nestlé, have released a report highlighting the potential for establishing a local circular economy for soft plastic, with a focus on difficult to mechanically recycle plastic such as food packaging.
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