International Energy Develops Protocols for Algal Growth

International Energy, Inc. has announced the development of new nutrient delivery protocols for more efficient and enhanced growth of hydrocarbon accumulating microalgae.

International Energy’s nutrient composition and macro-chemical configuration is formulated to facilitate more efficient nutrient uptake by the microalgae, alleviating specific identifiable nutrient absorption limitations and enhancing rates of growth and hydrocarbon productivity.

The company’s microalgae photosynthesize carbon dioxide (CO2) and water (H2O) to naturally produce and accumulate liquid hydrocarbons, up to 30% of their dry biomass.
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