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BIO's Carr Discusses Impact of Oil Spill on Industry

(E&ETV) As the biofuels industry awaits a decision by U.S. EPA on ethanol blend walls, how has the Obama Administration handled biofuels development and funding? During today's OnPoint, Matt Carr, managing director of policy at BIO, explains how the Gulf

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The Third Challenge: Creating a Coastal States Energy Sector

by George Sterzinger (Renewable Energy Policy Project/Dissent Magazine)  ...Advanced biofuels in particular have the potential to change the coastal economies for the better. In 2005 and in 2007 Congress committed to providing 20 percent of transportation fuels, or 36 billion gallons

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Enerkem Announces Construction Start of World's First Municipal Waste-to-Biofuels Facility in Edmonton, Alberta

(NewsWire)  Enerkem Inc., a leading waste-to-biofuels company, today held a groundbreaking ceremony to signify the start of construction of its municipal waste-to-biofuels facility with its partners, the City of Edmonton and the Government of Alberta. Alberta Premier Ed Stelmach, Edmonton

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Fall River Officials to Sit in on Taunton City Council Meeting, Show their Support for Trash Disposal Plan

by Charles Winokoor  (Tauton Daily Gazette)  ...Taunton Mayor Charles Crowley has said that EOEA officials consider the process by which such a facility operates in violation of DEP’s 20-year-old moratorium on new facilities that incinerate solid waste. In addition, state officials

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Georgia’s First Wood-to-Ethanol Plant Opens

by Dave Williams (Atlanta Business Chronicle)  The nation’s first commercial plant producing ethanol from wood wastes is open for business in the timber country of southeastern Georgia. More than a year and a half behind its original schedule, Colorado-based Range Fuels Inc.

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The Missionary Position: The Export of Carbon Guilt to the Developing World

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)   ...We see the battle over rural development flashing at other points around the globe, but nowhere so starkly do we have a choice between the War on Poverty and the War on Carbon as we see

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Another Dirty Secret of Oil Dependence

by Jim DiPeso (The Daily Green)  The hidden health threat (and $100 billion annual cost) in the gasoline we pump into our cars. ...China supplanted the U.S. as the biggest energy consuming country in the world. China's growth, along with India's,

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New Holden to Run on Bio-Ethanol

By Tim Dornin (AAP/AuNews)  Carmaker Holden has unveiled its latest Commodore range, the car that could eventually be powered by household waste. Both V6 and V8 models in the VE Series II Commodore line-up have been designed as the first Australian-made vehicles

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Ethanol Policy May Determine Australia’s Next Government

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  In Australia, a federal election last week which resulted in a hung parliament may find that the choice of government depends on biofuels policy. According to Digest sources and local reports, a trio of independent,

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Arizona Set to Become Center for Algae-Based, Biofuel Industry

by William Hermann(The Arizona Republic)   Clean, green energy source could replace fossil fuels. ...With its ideal climate and abundance of available land, Arizona is poised to become a major center of a multibillion-dollar, algae-based, biofuel industry. Scientists at Arizona State University's Polytechnic

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SwiftFuel to Power World Record Attempt

Richard "Smokey" Young will use an unleaded, high-octane biofuel developed by a Purdue Research Park-based company during his attempt to establish a new 100-kilometer closed course speed record on Sept. 11. Young will power his No. 3 Western Air Racing Special

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Zero Discharge Sweet Sorghum Ethanol Process Development

(PRNewsWire)  AdvanceBio LLC, a Cincinnati-based advanced biofuel technology company, today announced the development of its next generation, sugar-based fuel ethanol process. The process is capable of utilizing sugars derived from sugar cane, sweet sorghum, sugar beet and other similar crops as feedstock

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Indianapolis-Based Xylogenics Licenses Yeast Strain to Ethanol Producer

(Indianapolis Business Journal)  Indianapolis-based bioengineering firm Xylogenics Inc. has licensed its proprietary yeast strain to a Milwaukee firm that is a supplier to the fuel-ethanol industry. It is the first such licensing agreement for Xylogenics. Lallemand Ethanol Technology will use Xylogenics’

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Local Racing-Fuel Supplier Expands Territory to 26 States

(Indianapolis Business Journal)  A subsidiary of Carmel-based Telamon Corp. that supplies racing teams with ethanol-based fuel made from Indiana corn has signed contracts giving it a distribution channel in 26 states. National Biofuels Distribution LLC began marketing the fuel, dubbed Ignite,

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New Fuel Economy Window Stickers Chock Full 'O Numbers

(Jalopnik)  One of the draft window stickers released today will give buyers of 2012 models efficiency data for gas and electric vehicles. U.S. regulators want you to decide: How do you like letter grades? UPDATE: Automakers give it a "F." ...A

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Arizona Set to Become Center for Algae-Based, Biofuel Industry

by William Hermann (The Arizona Republic)  Arizonans have cleaned algae from cattle tanks, swimming pools and fish tanks for decades. Now, Arizona researchers are developing algae as a promising 21st-century alternative fuel to power cars, trucks and planes and propel the

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Africa: Up for Grabs

(Friends of the Earth International)   The African continent is increasingly being seen as a source of agricultural land and natural resources for the rest of the world. National governments and private companies are obtaining access to land across the continent

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Researchers Discover New Mechanism Behind Cellular Energy Conversion

(NewsWise) Researchers from Mount Sinai School of Medicine have enhanced our understanding of the mechanism by which cells achieve energy conversion, the process in which food is converted into the energy required by cells. This groundbreaking research helps scientists gain

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Pond Scum Seen Lucrative in Argentine Biofuels Push

by Luis Andres Henao (Reuters)   An Argentine company opened Friday the country's first factory to make biodiesel from algae, hoping to use pond scum as a replacement for soy in making biodiesel as part of a push for renewable energy. Argentina is

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The Roundtable on Sustainable Biofuels Moves Forward on Greenhouse Gas Accounting and Reduction Requirements

(Roundtable on Sustainable Biofuels)  Adopts ambitious target of 50% improvement for biofuel blends over fossil fuels The RSB is pleased to announce the approval of the RSB greenhouse gas (GHG) accounting methodology and establishment of a GHG reduction threshold for our bio-fuel

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'Next Generation' Scientists Join Forces to Support Biodiesel

(Next Generation Scientists for Biodiesel)  Campaign unites college students for collaboration, education.   The next generation of thought leaders is gearing up to lead America's energy efforts.  And biodiesel, our nation's only commercially available advanced biofuel, is front and center.  Student scientists from Dartmouth

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Rochester Airport Explosion: Hydrogen Tanks Ignite

(Democrat and Chronicle)   Two hydrogen tanks at Monroe County's alternative fuel station on Scottsville Road exploded and caught fire this afternoon, sending black smoke high in the air. The blasts were heard as far away as Pittsford. A male employee of

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Algae.Tec Off and Running

by Greg Peel  (ninemsn)  ...Algae.Tec is also in the process of an IPO. However at A$7.5m, Algae.Tec's issue is hardly one that can be described as exploitative or prematurely opportunistic, and the company's legally protected intellectual property represents years of

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Barbour: Biofuel Project Tops Mississippi Session Agenda

by Emily Wagster Pettus  (Bloomberg BusinessWeek)  Mississippi lawmakers on Friday (August 27, 2010) will consider $50 million in state incentives for research and production of renewable fuel made from timber, one of the state's most widely available natural resources. ...Barbour's office

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Biofuel Company to Locate in Columbus

(The Dispatch)   ...KiOR of Houston, Texas, plans to locate three facilities in Mississippi, the first of which will be in Columbus on the southern fifth of The Island, at the Columbus-Lowndes Port's east bank. ...Additional plants are planned for Franklin

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First Biodiesel Power Plant Launched in Slovenia

(Balkans.com)  Slovenia's first biodiesel power plant, generating nearly one megawatt of electricity and worth EUR 1.3m, was inaugurated in Benedikt (NE) on Thursday. The plant was set up by Panonica Energetika, which is a part of the Panonica agricultural cooperative.  

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Why Don’t Oil Majors Invest in Biofuels at Scale?

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  ...Blue Marble’s effervescent CEO Kelly Ogilvie, well known on the renewables circuit for his high-energy presentations over the years, took us through the math. “Over the past 18 months,” he said, “while we have been developing

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ABO in Final Preparation of “Minimum Descriptive Language” Document

(Algal Industry Magazine)  The Technical Standards Committee of the Algal Biomass Organization (ABO) is currently in late stage review of its Algal Industry Minimum Descriptive Language Document, recommended for characterizing the economic and environmental inputs and outputs of an aquatic biomass

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Energy Grasses Take Center Stage at Ceres Field Day

(PRNewsWire)  Energy industry executives joined investors and policymakers near Houston, Texas earlier today to take a firsthand look at energy grasses and research developments that are expected to push bioenergy to the forefront of renewable power and transportation fuels. The bioenergy field

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Chromosome Designer Moves Into Biofuels

by Michael Kanellos (GreenTechMedia)  Chromatin says sorghum is the ideal crop. The company, which designs chromosomes and tools for genetically modifying agricultural crops, has launched an effort to get into biofuels on its own. It has come up with an optimized pathway

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Case Study: Mascoma: Seeking a Market Toehold

by Nidhi Subbaraman  (MIT Technology Review)  ...The company announced plans to build one of the first commercial-scale cellulosic-ethanol plants, in Kinross, MI; it would be able to produce 80 million gallons per year. But as of the summer of 2010, ­Mascoma had

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Termite Enzymes Could Be Boon to Cellulosic Ethanol: Research

by Stu Hutson (Physorg.com)  Termite spit may soon help fill our gas tanks. University of Florida researchers have isolated two enzymes termites use to break up lignin, a tough plant material that is major problem during the production of cellulosic

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New NRDC Fact Sheet Shows How Moving beyond Corn Ethanol Means More Investment and More Jobs in More States

by Sasha Lyutse  (Natural Resources Defense Council)   ... As a result, the VEETC has not only concentrated the ethanol industry in just a handful of states, but siphoned scarce resources away from more competitive biofuel technologies that create far less pollution

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Making Biodiesel a Home Heating or Transportation Option

(Green Building Elements)  ...For anybody interested in knowing about biodiesel, whether as a hobby or part of a cooperative effort, watching this video set is a great way to get started. But be prepared to spend a fair stretch of

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Bunge Invests in Solazyme: Ties between Brazilian Sugarcane, US Advanced Biofuels Deepen

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  ...“The simplicity is astounding. Here’s the big idea.  Take an existing, stranded ethanol factory or conglomerate. Buy it for a substantial discount. Start with cheap sugar. Drop in a new Amyris, LS9, Gevo, or Cobalt

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Thai Ethanol Plant Set for October Start-Up

(Argus Media)  Thailand's Double A Ethanol expects to start production at its 250,000 t/yr cassava-based ethanol plant in Prachinburi in October.  Construction of the plant is entering its final stages. When operational it will produce mainly 99.5pc ethanol which will be sold

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TNAU Proposes to Initiate Bio-Fuel Plantations

(The Hindu)  The Tamil Nadu Agricultural University has proposed to initiate and establish bio-fuel plantations with financial assistance of Central Government. ...“Increasing interest is shown towards the utility of Tree Borne Oilseeds (TBOs) like jatropha, pungam, illuppai, neem and simarouba as

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New Waste to Bio-Fuel Facility Opened in Delhi

(Waste Management World)  A new waste to biofuel facility in Delhi, India has been inaugurated by the government of Delhi’s chief minister, Sheila Dikshit. Located at Delhi Secretariat, the plant is part of an initiative to make Delhi an energy efficient

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Shell’s Biofuel Deal in Brazil: Has the Big Time Finally Come for Startups?

by Michael Kanellos (GreenTechMedia)   VCs and startups have complained that the biofuels industry has been stranded by indifference from the majors.That has changed. Shell and Cosan SA Industrio and Comercio, the world's largest sugar producer, finalized a multi-billion dollar joint venture today

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Variable Subsidy for Ethanol Better for Producers and Government

by Gary Truitt (Hoosier Ag Today)  A variable subsidy for ethanol producers could cost the government less and provide more security for producers than current fixed rates, according to a Purdue University study. A variable subsidy rate would insulate producers

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Ferris: Ethanol from Corn is Net Gain on Energy

(Lansing State Journal)  ...A quick response from Tom's major concern is that, yes, there is a major energy gain in producing corn-grain based ethanol, even though the energy content (BTUs) in pure ethanol (E-100) is only two-thirds that of gasoline. Research for

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Woodford Equipment Brings Biomass Business To Emmetsburg

by Jane Whitmore (Emmetsburg Reporter Democrat)  ...The fact that the business is not officially open hasn’t stopped customers from dropping in. Eric is already working with farmers interested in cob harvesting. “We have been following biomass and renewable energy for quite

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Syracuse University Research Team Uses Nanobiotechnology-Manipulated Light Particles to Accelerate Algae Growth

by Ariel DuChene  (Syracuse University)  Scientists and engineers seek to meet three goals in the production of biofuels from non-edible sources such as microalgae: efficiency, economical production and ecological sustainability. Syracuse University’s Radhakrishna Sureshkumar, professor and chair of biomedical and

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WABCG 2010: Sugar Beet Could Have Substantial Role in EU Biofuels

by Richard Allison (Farmers Weekly Interactive)  Nearly 15,000ha of sugar beet being grown this season in Germany is destined for biogas production, equivalent to about one-tenth of the total area in the UK given over to sugar beet. It is part of

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Wyo. Plant Turns Sugar Cane Waste Into Biofuel

by Bob Moen (AP)  Wyoming is a long way from places where sugar cane is grown, but a test plant in the northeast part of the state will soon be turning sugar cane waste into biofuel. KL Energy Corp., based in

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Beet Ethanol Plant Survives Legal Challenge in Rapho Township

by Cindy Stauffer (Lancaster Online) Plans for a beet ethanol plant in Rapho Township have survived a court challenge.  A Lancaster County Court judge has dismissed a lawsuit by four businesses who own land near the site. ... Maibach LLC wants to build a

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Beet as a New Energy Crop

(The Bioenergy Site)  For the past two years, North Dakota State University Biofuels Economist, Cole Gufstafson, has been working in partnership with Green Vision Group and Heartland Renewable Energy (HRE) to create an energy beet for the biofuel industry in North

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EU Beet Growers’ Recommendations to Policy Makers on the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)

(International Federation of Agricultural Producers) ...The achievements and commitments of EU beet growers in adapting to and mitigating climate change, in particular through the provision of sustainably produced feedstock for renewable energy production, show the important role of farmers in

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New Energy Economics: 2010 Energy Beet Field Days

by Cole Gustafson (North Dakota State University Extension Service)  Farmers observing the trials were quite excited to see a new crop being developed Last week, I participated in North Dakota’s first energy beet field days. Energy beet research plots were viewed

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Gaddafi’s Son May Revive Triangle Ethanol in Zimbabwe

(Nehanda Radio)  ...Zimbabwe Reporter said Al-Saadi Al-Gaddafi was negotiating with Zimbabwean officials on the feasibility of establishing an ethanol-powered fuel plant in the country's Masvingo Province. ...The sugar was previously produced by Triangle Limited...  READ MORE

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Ceres Opens Brazil Subsidiary To Develop Sweet Sorghum Crop Business

(Green Car Congress/FavStocks)  Ceres, Inc. earlier this month established a subsidiary in Brasil focused on developing sweet sorghum as a feedstock for the ethanol industry. The company’s goal is to be the first supplier of new hybrids with high levels

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Chlorophyll in Ancient Bacteria: Biofuel Source?

(Australian Broadcasting Corporation)  Scientists have discovered a new type of chlorophyll in ancient Australian bacteria that could lead to new sources of bio-energy. Over the past 60 years, scientists have known of four types of chlorophyll used by plants to harvest light

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Level the Playing Field and Ethanol Will Compete On Its Own

by Stephanie Dreyer  (Growth Energy/RenewableEnergyWorld.com)  Ethanol has been the Oil Industry’s favorite target for years. Big Oil has argued that the ethanol industry can't compete with gasoline without taxpayer support. Ironically, a recent study by the American Petroleum Institute concluded

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Water: Is There Enough for Biofuels at Scale?

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  ...In a note at CO2science.org, a trio of authors contend: “There simply is not enough freshwater on the face of the earth to make the production of biofuels a viable and significant alternative to the

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Biodiesel Industries Selected for Proposed Grant by the California Energy Commission

(PRNewsWire)  Biodiesel Industries announced today the company's selection by the California Energy Commission for a project grant to support the state's Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Program. This Biofuel Production Plants grant provides funding and financial assistance for the

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Thinking Green? It's Not Just Black and White.

by Katherine Salant (The Washington Post)  ...To build a 2,200-square-foot house, an acre of forest will be clear-cut somewhere on the globe and a huge hole in the earth, roughly equal in size to the volume of the house, will be

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Gasoline Prices Hit Eight-Month Low

by Steven Mufson (Washington Post)  ...But long-term trends -- such as improvements in the fuel efficiency of American autos -- played a part too, other analysts said. A steady increase in the biofuels component of U.S. motor fuel is another

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Local View: Consider Complete Costs of Waging War for Imported Oil

by Chuck Woodside (Journal Star)  In a recent speech about energy, President Barack Obama said: "If we refuse to take into account the full costs of our fossil fuel addiction -- if we don't factor in the environmental costs and the

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Wide Use of Corn-Based Ethanol Fuel Not Choice for China: Experts

(People's Daily Online)  Agricultural experts said Saturday it was too early for China to adopt corn-based ethanol fuel to feed automobiles, given the expensive production costs and the country's large population. Li Xinhua, a professor at Shenyang Agricultural University, said at

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Finland Moves to Build the World's First 'Green' Highway

(Jamaica Observer)  Finland wants to build the world's first "green highway", with service stations offering charging points for electric cars and pumps filled with local biofuels, the project manager said Thursday. "The aim is to create the model for an ecological highway

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African Case Study: Palm Oil and Economic Development in Nigeria and Ghana; Recommendations for the World Bank's 2010 Palm Oil Strategy

by Thompson Ayodele (Initiative for Public Policy Analysis)  Forward by  Dr. Matthew O. Eshalomi:  Growth and prosperity of an economy are central to the longterm reduction in poverty for both economic and environmental sustainability. Palm oil and palm oil manufacturing represents

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Brazilian Biofuels Run into EU Obstacles

by Yans Felippe Geckler (IPS News)  Brazil has begun a counterattack on the European Union's measures for certifying crop-based fuels, which could lead to import barriers for this energy source coming from the South American giant. ...The EU's certification requirements for

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Atlanta Firm Launches Cellulosic Ethanol Project in Michigan

by James Cartledge (BrighterEnergy.org)  Atlanta company American Process Incorporated has started work on a waste-to-ethanol biorefinery at Alpena, Michigan.  The company held a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the site last week, attended by Michigan Governor Jennifer M Granholm. The project is supported by

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Petrobras America and KL Energy Sign Joint Development Agreement to Optimize Technology for Cellulosic Ethanol Production From Sugarcane Bagasse

(Biofuels Journal)  KL Energy Corporation is pleased to announce that Petrobras, through Petrobras America, has entered into a Joint Development Agreement with KL Energy Corporation ("KLE"), to jointly optimize KLE's proprietary cellulosic ethanol process technology for sugarcane bagasse feedstock ("Bagasse").   The latest

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The Culturing Revolution: LanzaTech Extends to Chemicals as Year of SynthBio Gains Pace

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  LanzaTech announced that it has produced 2,3-Butanediol (2,3-BD), a key building block used to make polymers, plastics and hydrocarbon fuels, using the company's waste steel gas fermentation technology. LanzaTech is a story about a company transforming

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Life Technologies and SG Biofuels Complete Sequence of Jatropha Genome

(SG Biofuels)  Life Technologies Corporation (NASDAQ: LIFE), a provider of innovative life science solutions and SG Biofuels, Inc., a bioenergy crop company, announced they have completed sequencing the Jatropha curcas genome to 100x coverage, using the SOLiD™ 4.0 System by Life

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A European Perspective on Algal Biofuel Scaleup

(Algae Industry Magazine)  An article by Rene H. Wijffels and Maria J. Barbosa, of Wageningen University in the Netherlands, published in the current edition of Science Journal, details the challenges and opportunities of algal biofuel development from a European perspective.

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The Green Behind Green Crude

By Jennifer McEntee  (The Voice of San Diego)   Investors are a tough crowd to cultivate. Yet in the pond that is the biotechnology market, one product seems to be rising to the top like the green sludge it is: algae. Its

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Blender Pump Opens in ND

by Michelle Kautz (DomesticFuel)  Grand Forks, North Dakota is now offering flexible fuel vehicle (FFV) owners the choice at the pump. The Valley Dairy station at 2401 S. Columbia Road is offering the ethanol blends of E20, E30, and E85. ...Currently,

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Kettering University to Debut Biofuel Pickup Truck Tied to Swedish Biogas Plant in Flint

by Beata Mostafavi (Flint Journal)  The white Chevy Silverado in Kettering University’s parking lot could be a symbol of a future Flint — one where cars, trucks and buses run on biofuel produced in the city. It looks like any other pickup,

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14.4 Mgy Iranian Ethanol Project Advances

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  In Iran, IranOilGas.com reports that Iran Ethanol is underway with construction at its 14.4 Mgy ethanol plant in Khuzestan province, which could be used as a big potential source of energy.   READ MORE  and MORE

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Genera Energy and Alcoa Partner to Grow Switchgrass in Blount County; Planting has significant environmental benefit

(Genera Energy) Land owned by Alcoa Inc, Tennessee Operations, is now being used to grow a popular perennial grass known for producing cellulosic ethanol. Approximately 238 acres of switchgrass have been planted on property that Alcoa leases to a local farmer

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Joule Unlimited: ‘Fuel from Thin Air’ Comes Closer, Clearer

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  In Massachusetts, the secretive Joule Unlimited (then known as Joule Biotechnologies) emerged late last year from “stealth mode” with the startling announcement that their technology could produce up to 15,000 gallons per acre of drop-in hydrocarbon

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Third and Fourth Generation Biofuels: Technologies, Markets and Economics Through 2015

(GTM Research)  ...In this report, we focus on "third-generation" algae biofuels and "fourth-generation" biofuels that are either created using petroleum-like hydroprocessing, advanced bio-chemistry, or revolutionary processes like Joule’s "solar-to-fuel" method that defies any other category of biofuels. The opportunities that

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Robert Vitale Reinvents the Paddlewheel

by Tamra Fakhoorian  (Algae Industry Magazine)  Reinventing the wheel is usually frowned upon, but in the case of the Waterwheel Factory’s development of high-tech paddlewheels for open pond raceways, it is paying off nicely in terms of better efficiencies for the

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Drayson Racing Sweeps ALMS Weekend at Road America

Drayson Racing swept every major accolade for this weekend's American Le Mans Series event at Road America. From being quickest in every practice, earning the pole position in resounding style, posting the quickest race lap, achieving its second Michelin® Green

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Man Develops Machine That Turns Plastic Into Oil

Akinori Ito of the Blest corporation in Japan had a simple idea. The premise was take plastic which is made from oil and turn it back in to oil. The following short explains the process fully and how this simple

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Roundup Ready Sugar Beet Issue Remanded to APHIS

by Sandra Hansen (Star-Herald)  According to the U.S. District Court, Northern District of California, the current crop of Roundup Ready sugar beets may be harvested and processed. Judge Jeffrey White on Friday, Aug. 13, denied plaintiffs’ motion for a permanent

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Researchers: Diverse Feedstocks Key to Sustainable, Successful Biofuels Industry

(Ag Professional)  ...Concerns about net energy and greenhouse gas emissions, in addition to its effect on food and feed pricing are driving researchers at the Energy Biosciences Institute at the University of Illinois and at the University of California Berkeley

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10 of Cargill’s Next-Gen Biofuel Bets

by Katie Fehrenbacher  (Earth2Tech/Reuters)  ...Cargill is one of the larger producers of ethanol and biodiesel in the U.S. and has corn ethanol production plants in Iowa, Nebraska and Missouri, as well as biofuel assets in Europe, Brazil, Argentina, among other

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Company to Demonstrate Ethanol Extraction in Woodbine

by Ben Leach  (Press of Atlantic City)  A multimillion-dollar ethanol plant is planned for a former landfill site, but members of the community can get a sneak peak of the technology in action next week. Garden State Ethanol will demonstrate extracting the

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Some Question E85's Staying Power

by Norman Cox  (The Indy Channel)  Five years ago, it was being promoted as a partial solution to the imported oil problem and a great opportunity for Indiana farmers, but E85 fuel hasn't taken off as its supporters had hoped. ...Thornton's

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Here Comes the Air-Hybrid Engine

by Michael Kanellos (GreenTechMedia)  Scuderi Engine says it can improve efficiency—and likely car mileage—with a new type of engine. ...While electric cars grab all of the headlines, efficient combustion engines may actually well play a larger role in reducing gas consumption

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Scientist IDs Genes that Promise to Make Biofuel Production More Efficient, Economical

(EurekAlert)  A University of Illinois metabolic engineer has taken the first step toward the more efficient and economical production of biofuels by developing a strain of yeast with increased alcohol tolerance. Biofuels are produced through microbial fermentation of biomass crops, which yield

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Deadline Set for Logan Cleanup / Biofuel May Be Answer to Sewage Lagoon Algae Woes

(Standard-Examiner)    Utah environmental regulators have set a seven-year deadline for Logan officials to cut the amount of phosphorus in sewage lagoons west of the city. Water from the lagoons discharges into Cutler Reservoir. Phosphorous fuels algae blooms that produce oxygen during the day,

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Florida Ethanol Plant Gets Boost from New Jersey Solar Firm

(Get Solar.com)  In many ways, it's a match made in renewable energy heaven. A South Lake County, Florida garbage-to-ethanol plant will soon begin installing a massive solar installation with the aid of Edison, New Jersey solar installer and developer SunDurance

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10 Top Solar Biofuels Projects

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  ...Aside from the general observation that nearly all energy systems ultimately are based on today’s or yesterday’s solar energy (only geothermal and nuclear power are distinct exceptions), a new generation of technologies is bringing solar

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Another Brick in the (Blend) Wall: Key Thresholds and Barriers for Biofuels

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  ...But even were the US EPA to approve E15 ethanol blending, there are some other significant walls and thresholds to keep in mind. Here are the Digest’s Top 10. 1. The $60 oil parity wall.  At the

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Sustainable Biochar to Mitigate Global Climate Change

by Dominic Woolf, James E. Amonette, F. Alayne Street-Perrott, Johannes Lehmann & Stephen Joseph    (Nature Communications)  Production of biochar (the carbon (C)-rich solid formed by pyrolysis of biomass) and its storage in soils have been suggested as a means of abating

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Whisky By-Products Used to Produce Biofuel to Power Cars

(Telegraph)  Scientists say they have created a new biofuel made from whisky by-products which could be used to help power cars currently on the road.    Edinburgh Napier University has filed a patent for the product, which can be used in ordinary

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Candidate for Ag Commissioner Talks Biofuels

by Bob Thaxton (The Gazette-Enterprise)  Hank Gilbert, the Democrats’ nominee for Texas agriculture commissioner, discussed his proposed biofuels policy here Thursday during the next-to-last stop on a 13-city tour around the state. ...“Texas has the potential to become a major biofuels

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POET, Farmers Kick Off Commercial Biomass Harvest for Project LIBERTY Cellulosic Ethanol

(POET) Construction underway on storage area for biomass bales in Emmetsburg, Iowa  Farmers and POET today celebrated the upcoming collection and delivery of 56,000 tons of baled corn cobs and light stover in the first commercial harvest for Project LIBERTY. POET CEO Jeff

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METRO Applauds Mayor Bloomberg for Signing NYC Biodiesel Heating Oil Legislation into Law

(PRNewsWire)  METRO Terminals, which is currently building one of the country's largest biodiesel processing facilities adjacent to its biofuels and petroleum terminal in Brooklyn, expressed great excitement after Mayor Michael Bloomberg signed Intro 194-A into law on August 16th.  The law

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Readout from Sino-U.S. Advanced Biofuels Forum

By Chanda Beckman & Kirsten Rasmussen (USDA Foreign Agriculture Information Service)  On May 27, 2010, China’s National Energy Administration (NEA), the U.S. Department of Energy, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture hosted the fist Sino-U.S. Advanced Biofuels Forum in Beijing.

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Tata Motors Eyes Tie-Ups in World Tour

(The Financial Express)  ...Asked about plans to take the Nano global, Telang said many of the emerging markets have a similar requirement as that of India. “In the SAARC countries, the expectations of vehicles are similar to that in India.

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Journal of Industrial Ecology Gathers Corn Ethanol Debate Articles

edited by Reid Lifset (Journal of Industrial Ecology)   Includes Corn Ethanol Articles Related to Debate over Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Corn-Ethanol The Journal of Industrial Ecology is pleased to make the following articles on the greenhouse gas emissions from corn-ethanol freely available

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Air Resources Board Is Clinging to Old Science

by Joe Irvin (Capitol Weekly)  This week, the California Air Resources Board (CARB) convened a group of experts to discuss issues related to the Low Carbon Fuel Standard (LCFS) that was approved last year. The Expert Working Group has been

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Algae Fuel Effort Grows: Tulsa University Students Researching Alternatives

by Rod Walton   (Tulsa World)  ..."I got into it because of the potential with algae," said Geoffrey Price, professor, department chairman and part of the research team. "It's because they take in sunlight more efficiently than other plants." Price and his

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Ag Secretary Candidate Thicke Promotes 'New Vision'

by Dan Piller  (Des Moines Register)  Francis Thicke of Fairfield, the Democratic candidate for Iowa agriculture secretary, used his State Fair Soapbox speech Wednesday to call for a "new vision" for Iowa agriculture based on renewable fuels, ecologically sustainable production

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Corn Growers Stress Ethanol Efficiency Gains

by Cindy Zimmerman (DomesticFuel)  ...Dr. Steffen Mueller, Principal Research Economist for the Energy Resources Center at the University of Illinois at Chicago, did two presentations at the CUTC, both related to the increasing efficiency of ethanol production that continues to

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BIRD Foundation Announces $4.2 Million Investments in Cooperative Clean Energy Projects

(PRNewsWire)  Awards Were Approved for Joint Development Projects Between the United States and Israel in the Areas Of Biofuels, Wind Energy, Solar Energy and Energy Efficiency The BIRD Foundation will invest $4.2M in five clean energy cooperative projects, between U.S. and

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Camelina Meal Now Available for Use in Laying Hens

(PRNewsWire)  The North American Camelina Trade Association (NACTA) today announced the achievement of yet another milestone in its efforts to build camelina production and marketing opportunities for growers. The industry received a letter of no objection from the Center for

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On Land, Air and Sea, a Retrofit Mission

by Todd Woody  (New York Times)   Want to stimulate demand for renewable energy? Send in the Marines. That was Navy Secretary Ray Mabus’s message when he outlined plans to slash the Navy and Marine Corps’ dependence on fossil fuels during an appearance

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Marines Look to Biofuels for Energy

by Laura Oleniacz  (ENC Today)  The commanding general in charge of many of the Marines Corps’ installations on the East Coast said that locally produced biofuels could help the Marines meet the “considerable” renewable energy goals required by federal law. Maj. Gen.

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Smart Plugs Fuels Innovation with Ethanol-Based Generator

by By Ralph Bartholdt (Bonner County Daily Bee)  ...Endorsed by California Governor Arnold Schwartzenegger, the E-FUEL MicroFueler like the one sitting in Mark Cherry’s shop near the Sandpoint airport is the first home ethanol refinery and pumping system in the region. It

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Butter Holds the Secret to the Latest Biodiesel Fuel

by Kenneth Chang (New York Times)  “It was something we wanted to show could be done,” said Michael J. Haas, a research biochemist at the United States Department of Agriculture. “It’s quirky,” he acknowledged of the dairy-to-diesel research, which was published in

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Sewage-Powered Volkswagen Beetle Relies on Six ‘Movements’ per Mile

(Environmental Transport Association)   A car unveiled this week by Wessex Water that runs on methane gas generated from fermented human waste may have a performance comparable with a petrol-powered vehicle, but range may prove a problem; the converted Volkswagen Beetle

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Sudan Secures Funds for New Sugar Factory

by Opheera McDoom (Reuters)  Sudan has secured funding for a new 140,000 tonne sugar factory which will also produce 30 million litres of ethanol by November 2014, in the latest step to gear the African nation's sugar industry towards export. Executive Director

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Range Fuels Produces Cellulosic Methanol From First Commercial Cellulosic Biofuels Plant

(PR Newswire)  Range Fuels' Commercial Cellulosic Biofuels Plant near Soperton, Georgia Produces Cellulosic Methanol from Non-Food Biomass Range Fuels, Inc., a company focused on commercially producing low-carbon biofuels and clean renewable power, today announced that it has produced cellulosic methanol from the

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The Blue Phoenix: BlueFire Ethanol Repositions as BlueFire Renewables

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  ...The Digest took the opportunity to visit with BlueFire’s CEO Arnold Klann, who has been working in the cellulosic biofuels space for more than a decade, and continues to be a driving force in the

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Ethanol at Boom/Bust Crossroads

by Elton Robinson (Southeast Farm Press)  ...It’s not what President Barack Obama has been saying in recent speeches that worried several market analysts speaking at the Brock Decision 2010 Seminar in Memphis. It’s what he hasn’t been saying. In speeches outlining

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New Mexico Algae Project Receives Funding

by Erin Voegele  (Biodiesel Magazine)   New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson recently announced that $200,000 in Recovery Act funding has been awarded to New Mexico State University. A portion of that funding will go to the university’s Renewable Energy, Water and

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Ethanol Generated from Seaweed

(The Japan Times)   Scientists from Tohoku University and Tohoku Electric Power Co. have developed a technology to efficiently generate ethanol from seaweed such as sea tangle and sea grape, group members said Saturday.  The technology uses natural yeast discovered by the group

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U.S. Army Investigates Salt Lake Biofuel Crop

by Jeremiah Stettler   (Salt Lake Tribune)   The prickly leafed crop is hardly inviting — it is like a weed sprouting atop 20 acres of parched government land near Salt Lake City International Airport. And yet, the safflower planted as part of Salt

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A Better Ethanol Policy

by Robert Rapier (Consumer Energy Report/R Squared Energy Blog)  ...Reader Paul Nash came up with a specific plan... Specific Recommendations Scrap the VEETC (since there is a mandate already and it expires at the end of 2010). Maintain a producer’s credit for cellulosic

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The Land Rush Doesn't Have to End in a Poor Deal for Africans

by Katie Allen (The Guardian)  It is not too late for equitable partnerships to flourish between foreign investors and local communities ...Sadly for anyone who happens to live on that farmland there are countless examples of governments handing it over at

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Holst Biofuels Offers Promising Innovations, Savings for Agriculture

by Rudy Kemppainen  (Hancock County Journal-Pilot)  ...Holst Biofuels, which is an offshoot to its main farming operation, has proved to be a particularly valuable adjunct to the total profit picture, one which can likely be adapted to many area farming operations. “I

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Wildcatters: The New IPO fever…Who’s Next?

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  ...There has been, unsurprisingly, a ton of chatter about the sector, which escalated significantly last week with the PetroAlgae and Gevo announcements. ...The IPO is generally a liquidity event, providing lucrative exits for early investors.   But

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BlueFire Ethanol Fuels Rebrands as BlueFire Renewables, Inc.

(Blue Fire Renewables)  Name Change Designed to Better Reflect Its Fuel and Energy Production Capabilities BlueFire Ethanol Fuels, Inc., a company focused on changing the world's transportation fuel paradigm through the production of renewable fuels from non-food cellulosic wastes, today announced that

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Mid-Ohio American Le Mans Series: Why a Tire Company Sponsors the Green Racing Trophy—A Look Backward and Forward

by Joanne Ivancic (Advanced Biofuels USA) You’d have a pretty dangerous drinking game if you downed a shot every time a car racing announcer said “a slight air pressure adjustment” or if you liberated a piece of clothing for every

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Mid-Ohio American Le Mans Series: G-Oil’s Perspective on Green Racing

  Green Earth Team Gunner ALMS prototype challenge. photo: J.Ivancic by Joanne Ivancic (Advanced Biofuels USA)  If there is any doubt that the Green Earth Technologies (G-Oil) Gunnar Racing Team stands for green racing, then you aren’t looking at the American Le

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Is There a Road Ahead for Cellulosic Ethanol?

by Robert F. Service (Science Magazine)  Much of the optimism surrounding cellulosic ethanol has faded because of the ongoing economic slump, a plentiful supply of ethanol made from corn, and uncertainty among policymakers. Numerous companies have either shelved plans to

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Challenges in Scaling Up Biofuels Infrastructure

by Tom Richard (Pennsylvania State University/Science)  Rapid growth in demand for lignocellulosic bioenergy will require major changes in supply chain infrastructure. Even with densification and preprocessing, transport volumes by mid-century are likely to exceed the combined capacity of current agricultural

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Industrial Production Algal Biodiesel Feasible within a Half Decade

(Wageningen University/Science Daily)   Within 10 to 15 years, it will be technically possible to produce sustainable and economically viable biodiesel from micro-algae on a large scale. Technological innovations during this period should extend the scale of production by a factor of

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Mid-Ohio American Le Mans Series: Innovative Fuels; or Getting the Right Fuel in the Right Tank

[caption id="attachment_11353" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="BP Biofuels shrinking presence on the Dyson Racing Mazda, but still very much powering the Lola. photo: J.Ivancic "][/caption] by Joanne Ivancic (Advanced Biofuels USA)     The classic 2010 Mid-Ohio American Le Mans race was this year's showcase of biofuel

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Nine Challenges of Alternative Energy

by David Fridley (Post Carbon Institute) excerpt:  Unlike conventional fossil fuels, where nature provided energy over millions of years to convert biomass into energy-dense solids, liquids, and gases--requiring only extraction and transportation technolgy for us to mobilize them--alternative energy depends

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Natural Oil Discovered in “Diesel Tree”

by Carol Christian (Fort McMurray Today) ...John Mitchell, general manager of Bedford Biofuels, explained the company has 160,000 hectares of prime development land for jatropha cultivation in the eastern coastal region of Kenya with 200,000 additional hectares being secured. Its

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Advanced Biofuel Payment Program Stakeholder Announcement

(US Department of Agriculture)  On March 12, 2010, the Rural Business-Cooperative Service (the Agency) published a notice in the Federal Register for the Advanced Biofuel Payment Program seeking requests from eligible advanced biofuel producers for additional, supplemental payments from the

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Algae – Will Bulls or Bears rule?

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)   ...A significant number of voices in the community continue to caution that algal biofuels are 10 years away, or likely to arrive at commercial scale only in the waning years of the existing Renewable Fuel

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New York County Welcomes Sunoco's Foray into Biofuels

by Andrew Maykuth (Philadelphia Inquirer)  Sunoco Inc. is producing a new brew at a former Miller Brewing Co. plant. Last month, the Philadelphia refiner began distilling corn ethanol at a massive converted brewery just outside the Fulton city limits in central New

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HPD Highcroft, Flying Lizard Prosche Claim MICHELIN® GREEN X® Challenge Honors at Mid-Ohio

(Michelin)  Repeat winners were the order of the day in the MICHELIN® GREEN X® Challenge at Mid Ohio. Finishing second in the overall race by 0.506 seconds and taking their second MICHELIN® GREEN X® Challenge win of the season were the E10

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Opportunities and Barriers for International Bioenergy Trade

by Martin Junginger, Jinke van Dam, Simonetta Zarrilli, Fatin Ali Mohamed, Didier Marchal, and Andre Faaij  (IEA Bioenergy)  Task 40 under the IEA Bioenergy Agreement entitled: ‘Sustainable International Bioenergy trade; securing supply and demand’, started in 2004 and currently has fourteen country members

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APOV: A Strong Case for Ethanol

by John M. Sawyer and Michael C. Sawyer  (The Daily News)  ...Corn ethanol is not responsible for destruction of forest land. Total U.S. crop acres are actually declining, total U.S. land devoted to crops will be 346 million acres in

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Wide Range of Plants Offer Cellulosic Biofuel Potential, Ecological Diversity

(EurekAlert)  When it comes to selecting the right plant source for future cellulosic biofuel production, the solution won't be one-size-fits-all, and it certainly doesn't have to involve food and feed crops. In a "Perspective" article in the Aug. 13 edition of the

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Camelina Gaining Favor with Farmers for Biodiesel

(AgWired)  Farmers in several regions of the U.S. are discovering a new potential cash crop – camelina. Camelina is beginning to find favor with both the biofuels industry as a strong potential feedstock for biodiesel, as well as with farmers who

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The Summer of IPOs: Gevo Files $150M Initial Public Offering

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  In New York, biobutanol and renewable chemical developer Gevo, ranked #13 in the 2009-10 “50 Hottest Companies in Bioenergy” by Biofuels Digest readers and international selectors, filed its S-1 registration statement with the SEC for

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LakeMaster Building Algae-to-Biofuel System

by Joseph Holroyd  (Algae Industry Magazine)  LakeMaster Corporation, a clean energy technology company headquartered in Rochester, New York, is engaged in the development and commercialization of a proprietary algal to biofuel system that captures carbon dioxide. The company recently filed for

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Biorefinery a Step Closer

by  Bob Boughner  (Chatham Daily News)  A proposed $38-million Chatham facility designed to prove corn cobs can be used to produce ethanol fuel received $4 million Wednesday from the province. The (Ontario) government is supporting the development of innovative, bio-fuel technology by Greenfield

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Update Ethanol Subsidies to Pressure OPEC

by John D. Graham (Lexington Herald-Leader/McClatchy-Tribune) Editorial ...Due to large swings in oil prices, which are partly manipulated by OPEC, a domestic ethanol industry wouldn't survive without government support. Countries with strong ethanol industries such as Brazil have pro-ethanol policies. ...Now is

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Electric Aircraft Generates Buzz at Oshkosh Air Show

by Jon Hilkevitch  (Chicago Tribune)  Imagine a hyper-efficient aircraft as large as a Boeing 737, although weighing much less. It would run quieter and cleaner than any other commercial plane ever made, requiring two-thirds less energy, according to NASA-funded research. The hybrid-powered

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The AIM Interview: OriginOil’s Brian Goodall

by David Schwartz (Algae Industry Magazine)   ... “I’ve always wanted to work on things that are really important, at least to the company where I’m working and, ideally, beyond that. I don’t mind how big the challenge is or how hard

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Sugar Stakeholders Seek Palace Assistance

by James Konstantin Galvez  (The Manila Times)   Some 100 sugarcane industry stakeholders asked the support of the Department of Agriculture during a recent dialogue in providing the necessary equipment in the mechanization of sugarcane production for both sugar and ethanol.

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Jet Fuel from Plants: A Way to Get a High-Energy Fuel out of an Abundant and Renewable Resource.

by Nidhi Subbaraman  (Technology Review)  ...The company, Gevo, has engineered a yeast that helps transform the cellulose found in wood chips and plant stalks into butanol, an ingredient of gasoline. The researchers can then modify the butanol into jet fuel. Butanol

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Auburn Forest-Products Firm Receives $1 Million Biofuel Grant

by C.R. Roberts (The News Tribune)  Auburn-based Forest Concepts LLC has won a $1 million Department of Energy Small Business Innovation Research grant for the second phase of a biomass-production system. The system makes uniform particles from wood waste, and the particles

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Switchgrass Highlighted at Farm and Field Day

by Carlton Purvis  (SCNow.com)   Native grass burns cleaner than coal and promotes wildlife. The Pee Dee Research and Education Center announced the next step in its study of switchgrass as an alternative energy source during its annual Pee Dee Farm Field Day on Tuesday. Later

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Denton, TX to Have E85 and Biodiesel

by Michelle Kautz  (DomesticFuels)   ... City of Denton Fleet Services Division in Denton, Texas has been awarded a $599,860 grant to install E85 and Biodiesel. The award is part of American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) funds by the North Texas

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Gilbert Plan: Bring Jobs to Texas through Biofuels

by Jj Valesquez    (Victoria Advocate) ...Hank Gilbert spoke on the steps of the Victoria County Courthouse, his cowboy hat shading him from the 95-degree heat, about his plan to make Texas a major biofuels producer.  "What biofuels can do is add

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Obama Signs Bill Trimming DOE Renewable Energy Loan Total

by Jean Chemnick    (Platts)  US President Barack Obama on Tuesday signed legislation that would fund emergency assistance to various states, partly through the trimming of $1.5 billion in funding for renewable energy loan guarantees. The US House of Representatives approved the

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First Wild Canola Plants With Modified Genes Found in United States

(Newswire)   Scientists at the University of Arkansas and their colleagues have found populations of wild plants with genes from genetically modified canola in the United States. Globally, canola can interbreed with 40 different weed species, and 25 percent of those weeds can

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Magor Promoting Jatropha Plantations in NE

(The Assam Tribune)  The D1 Williamson Magor Bio Fuel Ltd has developed jatropha plantation over 51,000 hectares of land and the plantation carried out by the company in 2007 has started yielding sub-commercial crops ... The yield of the plantation

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