Doug Elliott spent over 41 years at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory doing research and development with a focus on process development for fuels and chemicals from biomass and waste and is now retired to a part-time status. His research has involved such subject areas as biomass liquefaction and hydroprocessing of product oils, catalytic hydrothermal gasification of wet biomass and wastewaters, and chemicals production from renewable sources. He is an inventor on 25 U.S. patents with numerous related foreign patents. In 2018 he was the recipient of The Johannes Linneborn prize for achievements in biomass developments, as awarded at the 26th EUBCE in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Laboratory Fellow (retired)
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory