Amyris Revenue 2009-2018 | AMRS

Amyris revenue from 2009 to 2018. Revenue can be defined as the amount of money a company receives from its customers in exchange for the sales of goods or services. Revenue is the top line item on an income statement from which all costs and expenses are subtracted to arrive at net income.
Amyris Annual Revenue
(Millions of US $)
2017 $143
2016 $67
2015 $34
2014 $43
2013 $41
2012 $74
2011 $147
2010 $80
2009 $65
2008 $14
Amyris Quarterly Revenue
(Millions of US $)
Q3 2018 $15
Q2 2018 $23
Q1 2018 $23
Q4 2017 $81
Q3 2017 $24
Q2 2017 $26
Q1 2017 $13
Q4 2016 $22
Q3 2016 $27
Q2 2016 $10
Q1 2016 $9
Q4 2015 $10
Q3 2015 $9
Q2 2015 $8
Q1 2015 $8
Q4 2014 $12
Q3 2014 $16
Q2 2014 $9
Q1 2014 $6
Q4 2013 $15
Q3 2013 $7
Q2 2013 $11
Q1 2013 $8
Q4 2012 $6
Q3 2012 $19
Q2 2012 $19
Q1 2012 $29
Q4 2011 $42
Q3 2011 $36
Q2 2011 $32
Q1 2011 $37
Q4 2010 $30
Q3 2010 $24
Q2 2010 $13
Q1 2010 $14
Q4 2009 $0
Q3 2009 $24
Q4 2008 $0
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Basic Materials Chemicals - Specialty $0.173B $0.080B
Amyris INC is an integrated renewable products company applying industrial synthetic biology to genetically modify microorganisms to serve as living factories. Amyris designs these microorganisms to produce defined molecules for use as renewable chemicals and transportation fuels. The Company is engaged in the development of farmesene- a molecule, which serves as the base chemical building block for a wide range of renewable products to replace existing products that are derived from petroleum, plant or animal sources and that may be of lower quality or higher price. Amyris INC is headquartered in Emeryville, CA.
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