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Air & Space Smithsonian Interview: Richard Altman, Executive Director, Commercial Aviation Alternative Fuels Initiative

by Paul Hoversten  (Air & Space Smithsonian)  Richard Altman, who spent 39 years as a propulsion engineer at Pratt & Whitney, is executive director of the Commercial Aviation Alternative Fuels Initiative. The industry-government alliance was formed in 2006 to push development

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EPA: More Renewable Fuels Required

by Robin Bravender & Darren Samuelsohn (Politico)  ...Energy Secretary Steven Chu on Monday said that the future of transportation fuels shouldn't involve ethanol, the gasoline additive that historically has received billions of dollars in federal subsidies. "Ethanol is not an ideal transportation

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Se Utilizarán Vehículos con Biodiesel en Cumbre de Cancún: Calderón

(La Jornada en Internet)  "El transporte de todos los participantes se va a hacer no sólo en camiones chiapanecos sino con biodiesel hecho en Chiapas", destacó el mandatario al inaugurar la primera planta del combustible en el país.  READ MORE and MORE (Biofuels

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County Terminates Agreement to Transfer $2M Grant to Ethanol Research Center

by Jessica Shirey (Gant Daily)  The Clearfield County Commissioners voted to terminate its cooperation agreement with SWAN Biomass Inc. at its meeting Tuesday in order to proceed with the transfer of grant funding to a cellulosic biomass ethanol research project

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EPA Confirms Tiny Cellulosic Biofuels Mandate for 2011; Is Brazil the Big Winner?

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  ...In July, the EPA indicating in a draft ruling that it would specify a range of 6-25 million gallons of cellulosic ethanol, and finalized its mandated volumes at 6.6 million gallons, way, way down from

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EPA Finalizes 2011 Renewable Fuel Standards

(US Environmental Protection Agency)  Under the Clean Air Act Section 211(o), as amended by the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 (EISA), the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is required to set renewable fuel standards each November for the following year

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A.I.M. Interview: Eldorado Biofuels' Paul Laur

by David Schwartz  (Algae Industry Magazine)  ...Up until recently a low profile player in the algae arena, Eldorado Biofuels has developed a niche that may not have received much attention so far, but has the potential to make a strong

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Monsanto Boosts Investment in Canada Canola

By Rod Nickel  (Reuters)  Monsanto Co. has raised its spending on canola research and development to between C$20 million and C$30 million ($19.8 million to $29.7 million), roughly the same investment the company puts into wheat, the president of its Canadian

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Cargill, Copersucar among 8 Brazil Mills Cleared to Export ethanol to US

(Platts)  Eight Brazilian ethanol producers have registered as advanced renewable fuel producers with the US Environmental Protection Agency, easing controls on their exports to the world's largest fuels market, Unica, Brazil's main sugarcane group said Friday. The companies registered are Cargill,

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Washington Could Determine Ethanol's Indiana Future

(Chicago Tribune/AP)  A decision by Congress on whether to extend or gradually phase out a tax credit to oil companies and refiners to blend ethanol with gasoline could make or break some of Indiana's 12 ethanol plants. A study by a

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White House Names Top Mobile Apps

(Information Week Government)  ...In a White House blog post last week, the Obama administration listed 10 "must-have" mobile applications it's made available on its USA.gov mobile applications site. The site, launched in July as part of a redesign of USA.gov, supports

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Ceres Survey: Growers Ready to Put Marginal Lands to Better Use

(Ceres) Energy crop developer Ceres, Inc. reports that growers are ready and willing to produce biomass for biopower and advanced biofuels, and have the land to do so.   A company survey of U.S. growers showed that 71% of respondents were very

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Lufthansa to Use Neste Oil NExBTL Renewable Jet Fuel in 6-Month Commercial Flight Trial

(Green Car Congress)  In April 2011, Lufthansa will begin a six-month trial of renewable jet fuel with an Airbus A321 on scheduled commercial flights on the Hamburg-Frankfurt-Hamburg route. Pending certification, one of the aircraft’s engines will use a 50-50 mix of

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Aim to Meet Biofuel Crop Demand with Better Yields

(Farmers Guardian)  More than 100 delegates attended the HGCA Biofuel Conference at Aldwark Manor, York, supported by Farmers Guardian. A further 100 joined the proceedings online as Farmers Guardian streamed video live from the event. Angela Calvert reports.  Increased demand for wheat

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EcoRoamer: High-tech, Zombie-Proof Survival RV

by Matt Hardigree (Jalopnik/MSNBC)  Family makes full-fledged home on wheels from recycled materials ...With 46-inch tires and a biodiesel engine also used by construction equipment, the EcoRoamer looks and sounds terrifying. Its size belies its sophistication — it also uses a NASA-designed

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New Breakthrough in Pyrolysis Sector Promises to Speed Commercialization

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  In Massachusetts, a team of researchers from University of Massachusetts Amherst reported in Science that they have developed a new process to produce key chemical intermediates from pyrolytic bio-oils. According to the researchers, “the new process

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Biofuels Virtual Special Issue from American Chemical Society's Energy & Fuels Journal

(Energy & Fuels)  Featuring peer-reviewed articles published in 2009 and 2010, the research shows progress on utilizing biomass for fuels production - a hotbed of research with global implications on agricultural, energy, and environmental policy. Editors Jerald L. Schnoor (Environ.

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Catalytic Steam Reforming of Bio-Oil for Sustainable Hydrogen in a Fluidized-Bed Reactor

(Green Car Congress/FavStocks)  A team from East China University of Science and Technology (Shanghai) and Guangxi University for Nationalities reports on a study of hydrogen production via catalytic steam reforming of bio-oil in a fluidized-bed reactor in paper published online 12

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Singapore Opens World's Largest Biodiesel Plant

(Business Green)  Neste Oil cuts ribbon on giant biofuel facility and promises additional plant in Rotterdam early next year. Finnish refinery giant Neste Oil has this month opened a major new biodiesel refinery in Singapore, hailing the facility as the world's largest

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Malaysia Has Little Room for Palm Oil Expansion, Minister Says

by Alex Morales (Bloomberg Businessweek)  Malaysia’s limited room for expanding palm oil cultivation means that industry growth will have to come from improving productivity, its plantation minister said. About 4.6 million hectares (11.4 million acres) of the southeast Asian nation’s 32 million

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Both Forests and Biofuels Likely to Feature at Monday’s Cancun Climate Change Summit

by Joelle Brink (Biofuels Digest Asia)  ...Preserving and increasing the planet’s forest cover is likely to be high on the agenda. Both Indian and China have ambitious reforestation programs under way. For India as well as other Asian first generation biofuels producing nations,

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Report: Europeans Strongly Support Biofuels

by Erin Voegele  (Biodiesel Magazine)  The European Commission released the results this month of a biotechnology report that explores public perceptions of biotechnology, including biofuels. Over all, the Eurobarometer survey found that 80 percent of Europeans are either in favor

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GOP Battle over Ethanol Heats Up: Grassley Swipes at Coburn and DeMint

by Greg Sargent (The Washington Post/The Plum Line)  It looks like Chuck Grassley is not happy with fellow GOP senators Jim DeMint and Tom Coburn for calling on Congress to let billions in ethanol subsidies expire this year. ...Now Grassley has

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Gene Find Could Lead to Healthier Food, Better Biofuel Production

(EurekAlert!)   Purdue University scientists have found the last undiscovered gene responsible for the production of the amino acid phenylalanine, a discovery that could lead to processes to control the amino acid to boost plants' nutritional values and produce better biofuel

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TAM and Airbus Biofuel Trial

by Gary Parsons (Key.aero)  Airbus and Brazilian carrier TAM Airlines are trialling a new biofuel that could reduce the carbon footprint by up to 80%, the companies claim. An Airbus A320 has been converted to use a 50% blend of locally-sourced

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China's CNOOC Sells Its First Biodiesel Product

(Alibaba.com)  State-owned China National Offshore Oil Corp (CNOOC) has sold out its first batch of biodiesel on the island province of Hainan, the company said on Wednesday.   The fuel was blended into normal diesel and offered to drivers starting from

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Pennycress, French Weed, Fanweed: by Any Name, a Biofuel Rose

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  ...“How do get growers to grow if there’s no market? How do you get a market if there are no growers?” Arvent CEO Sudhir Seth summed up the problem. ...The problem is in the feedstock. or

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VIEWPOINT: HECO Continues to Push Palm Oil Importation Issue

by Rob Parsons and Lance Holter (Sierra Club-Maui/The Maui News)  In early 2007, Hawaiian Electric Co. and subsidiary Maui Electric Co. announced plans by BlueEarth Biofuels to construct a mega-sized palm oil refinery on Maui, which would have been the largest in

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New Mexico State University Funded to Study Algae-based Jet Fuel

(Algae Industry Magazine)  he U.S. military wants New Mexico State University to find improved ways to turn algae into a sustainable source for jet fuel. The research project is part of a $2.346 million grant funded by the Air Force where

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Biomass-Harvesting Equipment for the Ethanol Market

by Lynn Grooms  (Farm Industry News)   The market for corncobs for cellulosic ethanol production is still new. So, too, is the market for other types of biomass. But new research and new collection equipment are paving the way for the

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Mississippi Foresters Anticipate Biomass Boost

(BioPro NewsWire)   Mississippi tree farmers look forward to new biomass facilities in the state providing a new market for wood, according to an article published this month in the Jackson, Miss., USA-based Clarion-Ledger. The newspaper reported that the state's future as

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The Next Big GOP Intra-Party War: Ethanol Subsidies?

by Greg Sargent (Washington Post/Plum Line)  Fresh off a big victory over the GOP establishment on earmarks, conservative GOP senators are opening up a new front in the battle on government spending that could be similar to the earmarks standoff: They

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Big Isle Farm Promises Rich Biofuel Source

by Alan Yonan Jr. (Star Advertiser)  ...As the algae companies slowly move forward with their research and development, however, another source of renewable energy is blossoming -- literally -- on the Big Island. Hawaii Pure Plant Oil, or HIPPO, is

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Seahawk Helicopter Flies on Biofuel Blend

(UPI)  The U.S. Navy flew a MH-60S Seahawk helicopter on a 50/50 biofuel blend last week as part of its "green" fuel efforts. The helicopter from the Air Test and Evaluation Squadron Two One used a fuel mixture made from camelina seed,

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Sweetwater Delivering Sugar to Jet Fuel Customer

(Sweetwater Energy)   Sweetwater has begun delivering concentrated sugar water from its expanded pilot system in Rochester, NY to sources developing bio-jet fuel. Production is ramping up over the next 3 months in preparation for major-scale deliveries beginning in 2011, utilizing Sweetwater's first commercial-scale processor.  READ MORE  

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Cellulosic Ethanol Logistics Prove Complex in Purdue Study

by James Cartledge  (BrighterEnergy.org)  New research from Purdue University highlights the need to improve efficiencies in the logistics of cellulosic biomass feedstocks for ethanol production. A study from the university’s agricultural and biological engineering researchers found that turning cellulosic feedstocks like corn

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Al Gore’s Flip-flop on Ethanol, He Had it Right the First Time

by Matt Hartwig (Renewable Fuels Association)  Now he tells us: Al Gore was for grain ethanol before he was against it. Speaking at a green energy business conference in Athens, the former vice president declared “it is not good policy to have

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U.S. Corn Ethanol "Was Not a Good Policy": Gore

by Gerard Wynn   (Reuters)  Former vice-president Al Gore said support for corn-based ethanol in the United States was "not a good policy", weeks before tax credits are up for renewal. U.S. blending tax breaks for ethanol make it profitable for refiners to

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GRE Pushing ‘Green’ Venture Capital Fund

by Matthew Daneman (ROC Now)  From fuel cell research and development in Honeoye Falls to the world’s first sustainability doctoral program at Rochester Institute of Technology, the region has a slew of assets that could make it a player in the

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Algae Fuel Inches Toward Price Parity with Oil

by Stacy Feldman ( SolveClimate/Reuters)  With over 100 start-ups hard at work, industry predicts it can deliver success in under a decade if granted production tax credits ...The head of the 170-member Algal Biomass Organization (ABO), Mary Rosenthal, predicts the fledgling fuel

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California Regulator's Move Helps Corn-Based Ethanol Demand: RFA

(Platts) A decision this week by California regulators to lower corn-based ethanol's so-called indirect land use penalty is good for that product's demand, but timing of the change is not, the Renewable Fuels Association said Friday. California is in the midst

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Ohio Company to Build 100-Acre Algae Production Site

(Algae Industry Magazine)  Independence Bio-Products Inc., a Dublin, Ohio-based algae production startup which secured its initial funding from a European investor two years ago, plans to break ground next year on a 100-acre commercial-scale algae production facility. The company is

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New York City Pilots Wastewater to Butanol

(Algae Industry Magazine)  From Sergio Hernandez at the Village Voice comes word that New York City’s Department of Environmental Protection has a new pilot program that will convert algae at a Queens waste-water treatment plant into biofuel for cars, by

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Proterro Produces Low-Cost Fermentable Sugars

By Susanne Retka Schill  (Ethanol Producer Magazine)   ...Venture-capital backed Proterro has developed a technology using a microorganism grown in a unique bioreactor that secretes fermentable sugars using sunlight, CO2, water and a few commonly available micronutrients. Economic modeling suggests the

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Defending Ethanol Subsidies

by Bob Hague (Wisconsin Radio Network)  ...Madison based environmental consultant Brett Hulsey said it’s important to realize that while corn-based ethanol is subsidized, it’s not as if petroleum based gasoline isn’t. “Depending on who you listen to, it’s subsidized anywhere from

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Kingdom’s Biodiesel Plans on Hold as Jatropha Disappears

(The Phnom Penh Post) NTC Jacam Energy has halted plans to produce biodiesel because of a lack of raw materials, particularly jatropha, according to the firm’s chairman. The firm had planned to more than triple its production to 2,000 litres of

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Drive toward Energy Independence

by Jason Armstrong  (West Hawaii Today)  Within a year's time, Big Island truckers will be able to run their diesel engines with a sustainable, locally produced fuel made from used cooking oil. That's the goal of Big Island Biodiesel, which on

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Clean Energy and Power, Inc. Launches Renewable Energy Bio Fuels Division

(MarketWire)  Company Is in Final Negotiations With a Strategic Partner Clean Energy and Power, Inc.  announced  that management has decided to launch a new division focusing on renewable energy developed from non-edible feedstock. This decision comes after several months of reviewing the

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Traction: 13 Companies Gaining Momentum in Advanced Bioenergy

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  ...Today, we look at companies that, in the month of November, have made material strdes towards commercialization – through securing of funding, commencement of construction, offtake deals, or in other ways. AE Biofuels – ethanol from cellulosic

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GE Unit Invests in Biofuels Producer

by Candace Lombardi  (Green Tech)  GE subsidiary GE Energy Financial Services and North Bridge Venture Partners will invest $8 million in a company developing a biofuel production process coupled with the production of biochar. Cool Planet Biofuels converts cellulosic byproducts like plant

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Marine Corps to Open First Station for Ethanol Blended Fuel

(Star Advertiser)  The Marine Corps said it will host a ribbon cutting tomorrow for the first "E85" fueling station in Hawaii that utilizes a blend of 85 percent ethanol and 15 percent gasoline. "As always, we are excited to lead the way

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The Thin Line Between Academics and Advocacy

by Matt Hartwig (Renewable Fuels Association)  Earlier this week, Iowa State University Professor Bruce Babcock released a policy brief entitled “Impact of Ethanol, Corn, and Livestock from Imminent U.S. Policy Decisions.”  Much of this analysis is predicated on anticipated fears

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Toward a Clean Energy Deployment Plan For Jobs, Security, and Broad-Based Economic Growth in 2011

by Bracken Hendricks, Lisbeth Kaufman, Ken Berlin, Monty Humble, Reed Hundt, Alex Kragie, Gerry Waldron  (Center for American Progress) ... Congress must move immediately to reduce the cost of clean energy and remove infrastructure and regulatory barriers to its deployment so that

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NAABB Consortium Announces Successful Conversion of Algal Oil to High Quality Biodiesel

(The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center)    National  Method employs cost saving catalyst and produces useful byproducts The National Alliance for Biofuels and Bioproducts (NAABB), a consortium of leading scientists and engineers from universities, private industry, and national laboratories announced today that they

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LanzaTech Gets DOE OK on Alcohol-to-Jet Fuel R&D

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  In New Zealand, LanzaTech announced that its cooperative research and development agreement (CRADA) with PNNL has been given final approval by the DOE.  The first phase of the CRADA work will focus on converting some of

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Neste Oil Starts up Its New Renewable Diesel Plant in Singapore

(MarketWatch) Neste Oil has started up the world's largest renewable diesel plant in Singapore. Production of NExBTL renewable diesel will be ramped up on a phased basis. The plant was completed on-schedule and on-budget and marks a major step forward in

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Liquid Fuel Technology Enables Clean and Green Power

(Earthtimes/PRNewsWire)  LPP Combustion, LLC, a Columbia, Maryland-based innovator in liquid fuel technology, has successfully demonstrated clean and green generation of renewable electric power using both   bio-ethanol   and   bio-diesel. LPP   Combustion   has   developed   a  

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In Crowded Ethanol Market, Waste Has the Edge

by Iris Kuo (VentureBeat/Reuters)  ...The good news is, biofuels and solar technology are the most likely of all alternative energies to reach the holy grail of grid parity in the next decade — that is, they may become competitive with

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EPA Proposes Guidance for Underground Storage Tanks

(US Enviromental Protection Agency)  As part of its commitment to help ensure that biofuels, such as ethanol and biodiesel, are safely stored in underground storage tanks (USTs), the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released draft guidance for UST owners and

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Evaluation Proves Taurus Energy Yeast

(Ethanol Producer Magazine) SEKAB E-Technology and Taurus Energy AB have successfully carried out a three-week long industrial demo scale evaluation of Taurus Energy’s yeast. The yeast has been specially developed, and, in contrast to ordinary yeast, it can ferment pentose

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EU-Wide Study Confirms Hydrogen Is a Key to Zero-Emission Road Transport

(MarketWatch/Linde)  ...Linde is currently researching various production options aimed at gradually increasing the share of "green" sources in the hydrogen landscape. One of these uses liquid biomass (glycerine), a by-product of biodiesel production, as the feedstock.  READ MORE From the report: The

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Sweet Sorghum for Ethanol Collaboration Announced

by Joanna Schroeder (DomesticFuel.com)  Two major organizations have announced that they will collaborate on key issues moving forward. The National Sorghum Producers (NSP) and the Sweet Sorghum Ethanol Association (SSEA) will begin working together to develop and expand the sweet sorghum

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Governor Rendell Says Latest Investments in Alternative Fuels Make PA More Energy Independent, Spur Innovation

(Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection)  Announces Nearly $8 Million for 21 Projects Promoting Biofuels, Natural Gas- and Electric-Powered Vehicles Governor Edward G. Rendell said today that Pennsylvania is cutting its appetite for foreign oil by more than a half-million gallons as

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Harkin Threatens to Oppose Electric Vehicles Bill if Ethanol Provisions Aren’t Added

by Andrew Restuccia  (The Washington Independent)  Sen. Tom Harkin (D-Iowa), in a floor speech today, called for expanding electric and natural gas vehicles legislation slated to come up for a procedural vote during the lame-duck session to encourage the use of

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America Needs New Investment: In the Next Generation of Biofuels

by Christopher G. Standlee (Abengoa Energy/The Hill's Congress Blog)  ...(T)here is bipartisan support for answering an urgent national challenge: replacing imported high-pollution petroleum with clean-burning American biofuels.  ...There is bipartisan support for biofuels because their development, production and use serve great

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Bogus Logic in E15 Suits

by Mike Bryan (Ethanol Producer Magazine)  In a thinly veiled attempt to further line their pockets, the meat and poultry industry, and the grocery and convenience store associations, are once again trying to stop the advance of ethanol use in

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Survey: Interest in Electric Cars Is growing, but Practical Concerns Remain

by Eric Evarts   (Consumer Reports)   ...Overall, 63 percent expect to get a significant increase in fuel economy, regardless of the type of vehicle they buy. Only 67 percent said they are considering a traditional gasoline engine in their next new-car

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Uniting Producers

By Robert Vierhout   (Ethanol Producer Magazine)   The eBIO brand is no longer. For five years it served the European fuel alcohol industry well. In those years, the industry has changed. Few players became many players and small players became big

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Biofuel Potential in Coastal Districts Will Be Tapped

(Deccan Herald)  Sardine oil, cashew apples, jackfruit are good source of bio-ethanol State Taskforce on Biofuels is ready with several initiatives and programmes to boost the production of biofuels. In coastal districts, the taskforce will produce biofuel using cashew apples, jackfruit

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Trial to Run Buses on Old Chip Fat to Boost Biofuel Confidence

(Click Green)  Liverpool's bus operators Merseytravel and Stagecoach Merseyside are launching a new green initiative which will see buses run on recycled vegetable oil. The initiative forms part of a commitment to the European BIONIC project which is funded by the

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Fulcrum BioEnergy Project Selected by the U.S. Department of Energy to Advanced to the Final Stage for a Loan Guarantee

(Fulcrum BioEnergy)  Fulcrum Receives Detailed Term Sheet Proposal from DOE Fulcrum BioEnergy, Inc. announced November 16, 2010, that the U.S. Department of Energy (“DOE”) has selected Fulcrum’s Sierra BioFuels Plant to enter the final phase of DOE’s Loan Guarantee Program. Fulcrum has

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Biofuels Industry CEOs Predict Parity with Oil in 12-36 Months, for Leading-Edge Companies

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  ...In contrast to the “five years away” and subsidy-driven discussions that framed advanced biofuels conversations just two years ago, CEOs are widely reporting that they expect their companies to reach commercial scale within 12-36 months,

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A.I.M. Interview: Gregory L. Bafalis, CEO, Aurora Algae

by David Schwartz (Algae Industry Magazine)  Since June of this year, Greg Bafalis has been CEO of Aurora Algae, formerly Aurora Biofuels, overseeing the Company’s strategy, operations, and high-level relationships. ...Aurora was founded in 2006 by three gentlemen from U.C. Berkeley.

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Report Questions Cellulosic Ethanol Merits

by Philip Brasher (Des Moines Register)  A study making its way around the Agriculture Department raises doubts about the prospects for biofuels made from crop residue and other types of plant cellulose and calls for shifting the focus of government

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Letters: Stoking the Ethanol Debate

by Bob Dinneen (Renewable Fuels Association/Houston Chronicle)  Letter to Editor   ...The Chronicle says natural gas from shale deserves federal subsidies for production, but says ethanol doesn't because it requires too much water to produce. The water needs of fracking and

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E-100-4 The Revolutionary Fuel - Just Add Water

by Aureon Kwolek  (E-100-4)  ...Today’s gasoline engines are not currently designed to exploit the attributes of ethanol and blends of ethanol-water, which already carry most of the oxygen required for combustion. Mainstream engine specifications (including spark plugs) are optimized for

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Ethanol Production Nears A Million Barrels Per Day

(New Energy and Fuel)  ...The U.S. is closing in on the million barrel per day milestone.  Cheers in some sections, groans in others, but for America, slashing off the equivalent of 750,000 b/d of imported oil is a good thing. Most

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PetroAlgae and Sky Airline to Collaborate on Offtake Strategy to Bring Green Jet Fuel to Chile

(PetroAlgae)   Joint Effort with Leading Airline Focuses on Renewable Jet Fuel PetroAlgae Inc., a leading U.S. renewable energy company that licenses its commercial micro-crop technology globally, today announced it has entered into a non-binding offtake supply agreement with Sky Airline, a

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2011 Global Energy Prize Now Accepting Nominations

(PR Newswire)  Energy Efficiency Innovation and Environmental Impact Advances Prized The Global Energy Prize is now accepting nominations for its $1 million 2011 award. The globally recognised prize, which has thus far been awarded to three prominent US scientists, rewards innovation and

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Scientists Join Hands to Develop Biofuel from Microalgae

by Vijaysinh Parmar (Times of India)  Scientists from across the country, belonging to a consortium of nine laboratories, are working on an ambitious project called 'New Millennium India Technology Leadership Initiative' ( NMITLI), to develop a viable and scalable process

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AMG Bioenergy Resources Holdings Ltd Signs Letter of Intent With China Zhejiang Biodiesel Co, Ltd ("CZBC")

(Digital Journal/Marketwire)  AMG Bioenergy Resources Holdings Ltd. (The Company) announced that it has just signed a Letter of Intent with China Zhejiang Biodiesel Co, Ltd ("CZBC") to acquire the Eucalyptus and Jatropha Plantation assets that CZBC has developed in Guangdong province,

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Thailand to Shift Focus on Jatropha for Biofuel

(Financial Express)  Shifting focus to its biodiesel programme, Thailand is planning to open large scale jatropha seed based plants to produce the much needed commodity. Analysts said long-neglected jatropha ready for a starring role and a rival to palm oil as

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New US Special Relationship with India Is Set to Benefit Advanced Biofuels Technology Companies in Both Nations

by Joelle Dent (Biofuels Digest)  ...The US president’s visits to four key Asian democracies were scheduled long in advance to coincide with the G20 Summit in Korea and boost US sales of technology and equipment in Asia. Deals worth $10 billion in

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Summary of Cellulosic Biofuels Summit Day 2: Taking Biofuels to the Next Level

by Joanne Ivancic (Advanced Biofuels USA)  Technologies proven at the bench scale and biofuel feedstocks developed or identified are worthless until they come together at a successful biorefinery.  Getting there involves a series of choices: new, "greenfield" construction "from scratch" or

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Summary of Cellulosic Biofuels & Biorefineries Summit Day 1

by Joanne Ivancic (Advanced Biofuesl USA)  The Renewable Fuel Association's Bob Dinneen started the Cellulosic Biofuels & Biorefineries Summit with a call to the biofuels community--ethanol, cellulosic ethanol, advanced biofuels, renewable and biodiesel--to realize their common bonds and interests. Particularly,

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Summary of Cellulosic Biofuels Finance & Investment Forum

by Joanne Ivancic (Advanced Biofuels USA)  Faith and Belief.  Most impressive about the 2010 Cellulosic Biofuels Finance & Investment Forum, as compared to the 2009 event, was the whiff of positive belief that somehow, some  way, cellulosic biofuels are becoming

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OPEC Pans Biofuels Programmes in Industrialised Nations

by Tamsin Carlisle  (The National)  OPEC has sharply criticised the biofuels programmes of industrialised countries as it raised its forecast for global oil demand next year. In the US, a federal biomass programme introduced this month "pays farmers to experiment with energy" at

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King: GOP House Good for Ethanol, Biodiesel Tax Cuts

by John Davis (DomesticFuel.com)   Republicans taking control of the U.S. House is good for the chances of the federal ethanol and biodiesel tax breaks seeing renewal … that’s according to a GOP member from Iowa. AgriNews.com reports that U.S. Rep. Steve

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Will GOP Gains Mean Ethanol Producer Losses?

by Gary Clark and Rachel Ziemba  (Forbes)  Doctor Doom:  With Congress gridlocked, the U.S. may put the brakes on biofuels support. Following the Republican Party's capture of the House of Representatives in the midterm elections, U.S. policy on the use of biofuels for

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Utilities’ Perspectives on Biomass-to-Power Opportunities

by Cindy O'Connor  (Advanced Biofuels USA)  Washington, DC Biomass Finance & Investment Summit, October 13-15 2010:  Friday Session Highlights The physical location of the utility plants determines the biomass –to –power opportunities.  Reed Willis, President, ADAGE (Duke Energy investor) said currently power is

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Veteran’s Day - Honoring Those Who Have Served

Robert White (Renewable Fuels Association)  ...The U.S. ethanol industry has the capacity to produce nearly 14 billion gallons of domestic renewable fuel annually, or more than 10% of our fuel supply.  The Renewable Fuels Standard (RFS) calls for this to

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Montana State University Using Baking Soda for Algae

(Algae Industry Magazine)  From Dan Boyce at Montana State University comes word that researchers there have found a way to get four times as much biofuel from a given amount of algae by adding baking soda, a concentrated source of carbon

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Gevo’s Isobutanol Secures EPA Registration

(Gevo)  First Isobutanol to Receive Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Registration as a Fuel Additive Gevo, Inc., a privately held renewable chemicals and advanced biofuels company, announced November 11, 2010, that it received notification that its isobutanol had successfully cleared registration with the U.S.

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DOE Launches New Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Advisory Committee

(Department of Energy)  The U.S. Department of Energy today announced the establishment of the Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Advisory Committee (ERAC). ERAC is a federal advisory committee whose members will report directly to the Secretary of Energy with advice

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GreenGold Ray Energies to Benefit From Europe's Bio-Diesel Inceased Demand

(Marketwire)  GreenGold Ray Energies announced today that due to the increase target by the European Union of 10% of fuel sold at the pump be bio-diesel by 2020, the company will expedite its land acquisition.  According to GreenGold Ray Energies, the current

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Meeting National Goals: Pulp and Paper Industry – A Major Partner

by Harry Seamans, Ben Thorp and Masood Akhtar (Bioenergy Deployment Consortium, Inc./Biofuels Digest)   The Pulp and Paper Industry (PPI) can play a major role in addressing three national issues our nation is currently confronting: •    jobs, •    energy independence, and •    the health of our

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Young Algae Industry Getting Government Push

by Matthew Rivera (MSNBC.com)   ...Not only has the federal government invested heavily in the emerging biofuel, but the military has stepped up as a potential customer. Algae biofuel, while still experimental, also is attracting the attention of big oil companies

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Ninety Per Cent of Vehicles to Use Alternative Fuels?

(The Green Car Website)  It may be an aggressive prediction – but a report by the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute is suggesting that 90 per cent of vehicle fleets in the USA, China, Western Europe, Brazil and Japan could

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Solar, Wind And Biofuels Are Alternative Energy’s Most Likely Disruptors, Says New Report

by Kerry A. Dolan (Forbes)  Billions of dollars have been poured into alternative energy technologies and companies in the past several years. The four areas most likely to reach cost competitiveness over the next decade? Advanced biofuels, onshore wind, solar photovoltaic

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You Can Have Your Opinion, but Not Your Own Facts

by Matt Hartwig (Renewable Fuels Association)  That the Houston Chronicle would be anti-ethanol is not surprising to anyone.  It is Houston, Texas, after all.  But that the editorial board would play fast and loose with the “facts” they use to support

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Rentech and ClearFuels Integrated Bio-Refinery Project to Receive Full Construction and Operations Funding

(Rentech/Enhanced Online News)  U.S. Department of Energy Approves Remaining $19.7 Million of Funding Rentech, Inc., and ClearFuels Technology Inc., jointly announced today that a cooperative agreement has been signed with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to receive the remaining $19.7 million

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Biofuel Plan Will Cause Rise in Carbon Emissions

by Oliver Wright (The Independent)  Britain is signed up to a European guarantee to source 10 per cent of its transport fuel from renewable sources, such as biofuels, within the next 10 years.  But ministers have said that the policy is

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Growing Sorghum for Biofuel

(EurekAlert!/American Society of Agronomy)  Iowa State researchers examine the efficiencies and environmental impacts of growing sorghum for ethanol Conversion of sorghum grass to ethanol has increased with the interest in renewable fuel sources. Researchers at Iowa State University examined 12 varieties of

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Waste Plastics to Diesel Being Scaled up in the UK

by Al Fin (OilPrice.com)  STA UK is gearing up to build 10 new waste plastic to diesel plants in the UK. The first plant is to be built in Port Laoighise, Ireland. The process utilises pyrolysis (heating in absence of oxygen)

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Power Fund Gives Corncob Ethanol Plant First Approval

by Dan Pillar  (Gannett/Des Moines Register)  The Iowa Power Fund Board voted Wednesday to enter into negotiations with a joint venture of DuPont and Danisco, for an $19.8 million grant for the joint venture to build an ethanol plant in Story

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The Development of Butamax

(Butamax)  This PowerPoint presentation describes the development of Butamax as a company, a joint venture between Dupont and BP.  It also diagrams the process of biobutanol production and explores their analysis that isobutanol production combines economic manufacture with high value

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GreenShift’s Patented Corn Oil Extraction Process Demonstrates Record Yield: 4 Gallons of Corn Oil for Every 100 Gallons of Ethanol Produced

(BusinessWire)  GreenShift Corporation announced that its patented corn oil extraction processes have consistently demonstrated record levels of performance. David Winsness, GreenShift’s Chief Technology Officer, said: “We are proud to announce that one of our licensees, the first to have installed our full patented

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Butamax Hits Milestones on Path towards Commercial Biobutanol in 2012

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  ...Previewing the bolt-on biobutanol technology that Butamax is expecting to commercialize with corn as a feedstock by 2012, and sugarcane by 2013-14, Potter confirmed that the company is in discussions for “conversions…that’s with an s”

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Benefits of GE Guidelines for the Algae Industry

(Algae Industry Magazine)  Algae are an agricultural product and algae producers should consider the Genetically Modified Organism (GMO) guidelines developed in Europe and Asia as well as the US guidelines for genetic engineering (GE) of agricultural products.  ...  While algaculture will

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Renewable Energy Subsidies Worldwide Reached $57 Billion in 2009, IEA Says

by Alex Morales  (Bloomberg)  Global subsidies for renewable energy totaled $57 billion in 2009, International Energy Agency Chief Economist Fatih Birol said today, providing the agency’s first estimate of assistance for the industry.  The support compares with $312 billion for fossil

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U.S. Biofuel Production, Use Lags

by Philip Brasher (Zanesville Times Recorder)  Motorists will use just a fraction of the next-generation biofuels in 2011 that Congress intended, and even that small amount depends on a single project in Iowa that isn't ready yet. ... Cellulose and algae are

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As Oil Runs Out, Alternative Fuels Need a Boost

by Stephen E.F. Brown (San Francisco Business Times)  Oil supplies are likely to run out 90 years before there are viable alternative fuels readily available, according to a study from U.C. Davis. Researchers Debbie Niemeier and Nataliya Malyshkina found that oil is

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RFA Urges White House to Support Cellulosic Ethanol

by Cindy Zimmerman   (DomesticFuel.com)   In a letter hand (delivered) to President Obama this week, RFA President and CEO Bob Dinneen urged the Obama Administration to maintain its commitment to the commercialization of cellulosic ethanol and other advanced biofuels. The RFA letter is

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Oil Industry Joins Others Attempting to Block E15

by Philip Brasher (Des Moines Register)  The oil industry is joining with food manufacturers, livestock producers and fast-food restaurants in an effort to block an increase in the amount of ethanol that can be added to gasoline. They say the Environmental

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Brazil Needs $50 Billion To Meet Ethanol Demand By 2015-16

by Tony Danby  (NASDAQ)  Brazil's ethanol sector needs around $50 billion of new investments by 2015-16 to meet the country's surging demand for the alternative fuel, according to the president of local ethanol giant ETH Bioenergia. Brazil's consumption of ethanol is expected

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Report Slams G-20 Nations on Fossil Fuel Subsidies

by Ben Geman (The Hill)  Two environmental groups are trying to ratchet up pressure on G-20 nations meeting in South Korea this month to make good on pledges to slash fossil fuel subsidies. White House officials say they’re looking to the Nov.

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Biofuel Focus Falls on Next Generations

by Paul Hanley (The StarPhoenix)  ...Today, algal growth is being looked at as a new source of biofuel. Biofuel -- fuel made from new plants (corn, canola, sugar cane) instead of old plants (petroleum) -- already makes up a small but

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Foodlink Teams with Epiphergy to Turn Its Waste into Ethanol

by Erinn Cain  (Messenger Post)  Foodlink, the regional food bank for Central and Western New York, is teaming up with a local alternative-energy company to transform its organic food waste into a golden opportunity. Foodlink has partnered with Epiphergy, out Pittsford,

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The BioBusiness Alliance of Minnesota Announces Recommendations for Minnesota’s Forestry Industry

(BioBusiness Alliance)  The BioBusiness Alliance of Minnesota announces the release of Minnesota’s Forest Biomass Value Chain: A System Dynamics Analysis. The paper is the result of a yearlong project involving over 100 experts in the forestry community to develop a

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Russia Could Use Sawdust to Fuel Airplanes

(Ria Novosti)  Russia may start using biofuel made from sawdust to power aircraft, Deputy Transport Minister Valery Okulov said on Tuesday. "We have a country full of forests and plenty of sawdust; why not make biofuel from it as an alternative source

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Singapore Biofuel Plant: Slow Legislation May Impede Biofuel Demand

(Eco-Business.com)  Finland’s Neste Oil - which is in the midst of starting up a $1.2 billion renewable diesel plant here - has warned that demand may be crimped by the slower-than-expected progress in biofuel legislation in Europe and the US markets. Giving an

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World Biofuel Demand to Reach 121 Million Metric Tons in 2014

(TransWorldNews)  Growth in world biofuel demand will continue to expand at a rapid double-digit annual pace, reaching 121 million metric tons in 2014.  Bioethanol will experience the greatest gains, as continued steady growth in the large North American market will be

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POET Biorefining – Caro (Mich.) Helps Bring Two New Ethanol Blender Pumps to Area Drivers

(POET/Renewable Energy World)   Sebewaing, Elkton stations now offering blends of E30, E50, E85 and more POET Biorefining – Caro has helped two area businesses install new blender pumps, providing more alternative fuel options for drivers in Sebewaing and Elkton, Mich. The plant

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SG Biofuels and Bunge Form Strategic Alliance to Process Jatropha Seeds Into Sustainable Crude Oil

(PR Newswire)  SG Biofuels, a bioenergy crop company developing and producing elite seeds of Jatropha, today announced it has established a strategic partnership with Bunge North America, the North American operating arm of Bunge Limited, to research and develop a model

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First European Ethanol Swap Traded Against Argus Price

The first Argus-based European ethanol swap was traded November 8, 2010. The December swap for 1,000m3 was sold by AOT to Total at $695/m3 and brokered by Prebon. International energy price reporting agency Argus produces daily price assessments for T1 and

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Researchers Find New Switchgrass Virus

(High Plains/Midwest Ag Journal)  University of Illinois researchers have confirmed the first report of a potential new virus belonging to the genus Marafivirus in switchgrass, a biomass crop being evaluated for commercial cellulosic ethanol production. The virus is associated with mosaic and

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Energy Commission Awards $9.6 Million for Electric Vehicles, Biofuels, More

(California Energy Commission)  Hundreds of Jobs Created in California's Alterative Vehicle and Transportation Fuel Sector The California Energy Commission has approved eight grants that leverage more than $9.6 million in state funding with $11,969,855 in private funds. The projects will reduce

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US to Develop Sugarcane Ethanol Industry

(ITS International)  The first major sugarcane ethanol refinery in the continental United States will be built in the Imperial Valley of California, said to be one of the best locations for growing sugarcane in the world. The ethanol will meet California’s

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OriginOil Achieves Hydrogen Production Comparable to Photovoltaics

(Origin Oil)  Research breakthrough points to a highly scalable and renewable source of hydrogen OriginOil, Inc., the developer of a breakthrough technology to transform algae, the most promising source of renewable oil, into a true competitor to petroleum, today announced that it

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Solazyme and Roquette Sign Agreement to Create Global Nutritional Joint Venture

(Solazyme)  Joint Venture will accelerate the Commercialization of Revolutionary Microalgae-Based Healthy Food Ingredients and Oils olazyme, Inc. the California-based leader in renewable oil and bioproducts and Roquette Frères, the global starch and starch-derivatives company headquartered in France, today announce that they

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Sheetz Creating E-85 'Clean Fuel Corridor'

(PRNewswire)  Pennsylvania motorists wishing to use E-85, a cleaner fuel consisting of 85 percent Ethanol, will soon have a more consistent source of fuel as they travel between Pittsburgh and Harrisburg. Sheetz today unveiled its "East-West Clean Fuel Corridor" where E-85

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Guidance for Boat Owners: E10 and Winterization

(Renewable Fuels Association)  It's time to take your boat out of the water and store it for the winter months. To assure proper storage and preparation guidelines are followed, the Renewable Fuels Association has put together three bulletins providing watercraft

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EU Biofuels Goals May Increase Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Lobby Groups Say

by Alex Morales  (Bloomberg)  Biofuels targets in the European Union could raise emissions of greenhouse gases because forests and wetlands will be destroyed to grow the crops necessary, nine environmental groups said in a study. ...The EU aims to get 10 percent

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Exxon’s SVP Swiger Says Lower Carbon with Algae

(Algae Industry Magazine)  In a keynote speech at this week’s Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference, Andy Swiger, senior vice president of Exxon Mobil Corporation, said that strong partnerships and innovation are crucial to meet rising global energy demand while

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Grass Could Turn Toxic Waste into Energy

by Carl Holm  (ABC Science)  A team of Australian and Chinese scientists claims to have pioneered a method to decontaminate polluted land and provide an ecologically renewable energy resource in the process. They say the secret lies in a relative of the

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USDA Looks into Pennycress for Biodiesel

by John Davis (DomesticFuel)   The USDA is looking into turning a common weed into biodiesel. Researchers with the Agricultural Research Service (ARS) have found that field pennycress, better known in some circles as stinkweed, puts out a large amount of oilseeds good

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Valley Company to Test New Crop for Biofuel

(The Business Journal)  A $2-million grant from the California Energy Commission (CEC) will help to install a testing facility in Hanford to evaluate biofuel production using a crop new to the Central Valley. The grant, part of a $9.6-million allocation across the

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Ethanol Queries Welcomed

by Diane Krieger Spivak (Post-Tribune)  Earl Powers said he is ready to answer questions regarding his proposed nearly $300 million garbage-to-ethanol plant. Powers, president of Evansville-based Powers Energy of America, said Wednesday he will attend the Lake County Solid Waste Management District's

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Cellulosic Biofuel Output Will Lag 2011 Requirements, EIA Forecast Shows

by Andrew Herndon (Bloomberg)  Oil companies won’t be able to get as much cellulosic biofuel as they might need next year, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. EIA, a unit of the Energy Department that compiles industry data, expects cellulosic biofuel

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BP Sees Biofuel Growth from U.S. Grass, Brazil Sugar

by Laura MacInnis   (Reuters)  BP is focusing its biofuel efforts on Brazilian sugar cane and U.S. energy grasses, holding off on investments in the rest of the world for the moment, a senior executive of the global energy group said on

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PetroAlgae Protein Concentrate Confirmed as Replacement for High Quality Fishmeal in Tilapia Farming by University of Idaho Study

(BusinessWire/PetroAlgae) New Source of Protein Can Replace Menhaden Fishmeal in a Variety of Farmed Fish Species PetroAlgae Inc., a leading renewable energy company that licenses its commercial micro-crop technology globally, announced today that a third party study done by the Aquaculture Research

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Obama May Kill Key DOE Loan Guarantee Program

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  Washington, the Obama Administration developed and has been debating an option to kill the Section 1705 DOE Loan Guarantee program, and transfer remaining funds to a pool for Section 1603 investment tax credits that, as currently

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Are Algae Genes Nature or Patentable?

by Dr. Mark Edwards (Algae Industry Magazine)  There are several firms in the algae industry engaged in genetic engineering, (GE), with the intention of patenting designer algal strains. Some organizations have filed patents for naturally occurring species that have valuable qualities

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The Case for Energy Beets as Advanced Biofuel

by Alan Anderson (Energy Boom)  A few brave farmers up in North Dakota have taken on the fight of a lifetime.  The brave folks at Green Vision Group have been working with a high potential new advanced biofuel feedstock, sugar beets. ...There

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Amyris “Renewable” Diesel Gets EPA OK for Blend Level to 35%

by Wendy Leavitt  (FleetOwner)  Amyris, Inc. has announced that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has furthered its official registration of Amyris’s renewable diesel fuel, raising the registered blend level with ultra-low sulfur diesel from 20% to 35%.  According to the company,

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First U.S. Commercial Scale Advanced Biofuels Plant Opens

(Stockhouse)  Dynamic Fuels Producing World's Leading Fuels From Non-Food Fats, Greases Operations are underway at the new Dynamic Fuels plant, which is successfully converting animal fats and greases into high quality renewable fuels, officials from Syntroleum Corporation and Tyson Foods, Inc. 

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Ethanol Sees Friend in Likely House Agriculture Chairman

(Platts)  Ethanol producers could hold onto a strong position in the new Republican-controlled House of Representatives, an ethanol lobbyist said Wednesday.  Oklahoma Republican Frank Lucas, who is poised to become chairman of the House Agriculture Committee, has warned some groups that being "anti-ethanol" would be

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Ricardo Wins Green Innovation Award

(The Green Car Website)  TheGreenCarWebsite.co.uk has announced the winner of its third annual ‘Green Innovation’ award today. This year’s winner Ricardo, was selected after much deliberation for its multidisciplinary approach to producing solutions to designed to reduce emissions within the automotive

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Algae Biofuel Business Won’t Bloom Soon

by Steven E.F. Brown  (San Francisco Business Times)  A report from Berkeley’s Energy Biofuel Institute says developing and testing biofuel based on algae will likely take at least a decade. Even though about 100 companies in the United States are seeking this

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How House Republicans May Control the Energy Debate

by Lindsay Morris (Renewable Energy World/Power Engineering)  Rep. Dave Camp enters the energy policy spotlight as top Republican on the House Ways and Means Committee. Is that good or bad for renewables? ...Rep. Dave Camp (R-MI) is in line to become

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