Governor Bill Weld has been a member of Ensyn’s Board since August 2013. Governor Weld, a two-term former Governor of the State of Massachusetts, is Principal of ML Strategies, where he provides clients with advice and counsel related to domestic and international government strategies and international business transactions. Governor Weld has practiced law in New York and Washington, DC and served as Assistant US Attorney General in charge of the Criminal Division of the Justice Department in Washington and as a US Attorney for Massachusetts. Governor Weld has BA and JD degrees from Harvard and completed post-graduate economics studies at Oxford University in England.
“We welcome Bruce Jamerson to our Board of Directors at this important time in Ensyn’s development,” said Dr. Graham. “Bruce’s leadership and extensive experience in bioenergy and finance will be of substantial value to the Board and the company as we build out our production capacity. In addition, we are pleased that Governor Weld will continue to serve on the Board. We look forward to his continued and valued contribution.”
For more information regarding Ensyn Corporation, contact: Ian Barnett, (647) 203-6588,email@example.com or visit Ensyn’s website at www.ensyn.com.
Ensyn is a leader in the production of cellulosic liquid biofuels produced from wood residues and other non-food woody biomass. Ensyn has more than 25 years of commercial operations and has produced more than 40 million gallons of liquid fuels and chemicals from wood residues. Ensyn’s RFO™, produced from non-food biomass residues, is a heating fuel and is also a renewable feedstock for refineries for the production of spec gasoline and diesel. Ensyn owns and operates a three million gallon/year RFO production facility in Renfrew, Ontario. Additional RFO production capacity is under development in Aracruz, Brazil and at other projects in Canada and the US. Ensyn is executing its business plan in conjunction with key strategic relationships, including UOP, a Honeywell company, Fibria Celulose SA and Chevron Technology Ventures.