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GBF Signs 1000th Member to Oil-to-Fuel Restaurant Program

(Genuine Bio-Fuel Inc./Biodiesel Magazine)  Florida-based restaurants have been flocking to Genuine Bio-Fuel Inc.’s Oil-to-Fuel Program. GBF recently celebrated signing on board its 1000th member, making the recycled used cooking oil for cash program a huge success. ...The company supplies restaurants with

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The Price of Ignoring Climate Change Is Rising; Reducing Petroleum Dependence Is Part of the Solution

(Environmental and Energy Study Institute)  Greenhouse gas (GHG) concentrations in the atmosphere are continuing to rise, and the world’s leading GHG-emitting countries are falling well behind the pace of emission reductions that is needed to avoid harmful climate change. Meanwhile,

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Fulcrum BioEnergy Secures Commitments For $175 Million Of Financing For Commercialization Of MSW To Renewable Fuels Project

(Fulcrum BioEnergy, Inc./Yahoo! Finance)  Fulcrum BioEnergy, Inc. announced today that it has successfully secured commitments and is proceeding toward closing financings totaling $175 million to fund construction of its first municipal solid waste ("MSW") to low-carbon fuels plant, the Sierra

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The Potential Role of Biofuels in Commercial Air Transport - Biojetfuel

(International Energy Agency Task 40)  This report is an overview, not a detailed analysis, of the use of biofuels in commercial aviation. Aviation is a global industry with global problems and challenges that also demands global solutions. Key objectives of commercial

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The Business Case for E15

by Joanna Schroeder (DomesticFuel.com)  While the roll-out of E15 has been a bit slow out of the gate, the ethanol blend is now being legally sold in four states: Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa, and South Dakota. ...(Robert) White (director of market development for

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AAA Warns E15 Gasoline Could Cause Car Damage

by Gary Strauss (USA Today)  E15, a higher blend of ethanol and gasoline, has rolled out in a handful of states. But its use in older vehicles is generating warnings from AAA, which says E15 could be harmful to pre-2012

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NREL Researchers Use Imaging Technologies to Solve Puzzle of Plant Architecture

(US Department of Energy/National Renewable Energy Laboratory)  Breakthrough could help optimize capture of sugars for biofuels Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) and the BioEnergy Science Center (BESC) combined different microscopic imaging methods to gain

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DE-FOA-0000796: RFI - Carbon, Hydrogen and Separation Efficiencies in Bio-Oil Conversion Pathways (CHASE BIO-OIL PATHWAYS)

(US Department of Energy)  This is a Request for Information (RFI) only. DOE will not pay for information provided under this RFI and no project will be supported as a result of this RFI. This RFI is not accepting applications

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FuturaGene and EMBRAPA Sign an Umbrella Cooperation Framework Agreement

(FuturaGene)  FuturaGene, a world leader in the enhancement of yield and sustainability of woody crops for plantation forestry, biopower and biofuel markets, is pleased to announce the signing of a Cooperation Framework Agreement with EMBRAPA, (Empresa Brasileira de Pesquisa Agropecuária)

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New E85 Station Opens in Atlanta

by John Davis (DomesticFuel.com)  ...The E-Z Trip Chevron, Indore Oil Company and Protec Fuel joined forces to launch the 14th E85 station early last week in the metro at 3601 Atlanta Road in Smyrna, Ga., just off I-285 at Exit 18. ...Protec Fuel,

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“Biofuels Have the Momentum”: US Senate Votes 54-41 to Clear Navy’s Path to Affordable, Advanced Biofuels Capacity

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  In Washington, the US Senate voted 54-41 in favor of an amendment offered by Senator Kay Hagan of North Carolina to repeal section 2823 of the annual Defense appropriations bill. Sec. 2823 of the FY13 NDAA

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DuPont Breaks Ground on World’s Largest Cellulosic Biorefinery

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  ... In Iowa, DuPont broke ground today on its $200 million, 30 million gallon cellulosic biofuels facility in Nevada, Iowa. Expected to be completed in mid-2014, the new facility produce cellulosic ethanol from corn stover. ...(W)ith the

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In Race to Develop Aviation Biofuels, Midwest Wants to Win

by Kari Lydersen (Midwest Energy News)  ...Commercial-scale development of aviation biofuels is still in the early stages, and as experts explained at the Airports Going Green conference in Chicago earlier in November, viable aviation biofuel industries would look significantly different in different regions

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Study Finds Biodiesel from Algae, Yeast and Bacteria Can Displace both Petroleum Diesel and Soybean Biodiesel

(Green Car Congress)  Biodiesel (fatty acid methyl ester) derived from oleaginous microbes—microalgae, yeast, and bacteria—can effectively displace both petroleum diesel and biodiesel produced from plant oils, according to the findings of a new study by a team from Utah State

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British Airways Pledges 10-Year Offtake Agreement as GreenSky Project with Solena Gathers Momentum

(GreenAirOnline)  The British Airways and Solena GreenSky London project to build a sustainable jet biofuel facility in East London is gaining momentum, say the two partners. They won’t reveal the location but an exclusive option on a site for the

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DBI, DNREC Partner in Biofuel Education Project

by Laura Crozier (Delaware Biotechnology Institute)   As part of a five-year, $50,000 grant supporting state greenhouse gas reduction projects, the Delaware Biotechnology Institute has partnered with the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control... The Framework for Minimizing Energy Input

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Breakthrough in Research on Super Filter for Biofuels

(Luleå University of Technology)  A new important step has been taken by researchers at Luleå University of Technology when it comes to clean synthesis gas from carbon dioxide, using zeolite membranes. This super filter, which could enable the cost-effective industrial

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Generation 1.5 Ethanol: The Bridge to Cellulosic Biofuels

by Philip W. Madson (Ethanol Across America)  ...Considering the development path of Gen 1 to better understand the current state of Gen 2 ethanol, several factors require further breakthrough developments and/or inventions for cellulosic ethanol to become commercially viable at the massive scale contemplated

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2 New Tools Can Cut Deforestation And Support Sustainable Palm Oil In Indonesia

by Craig Hanson (WRI Insights)  At the 10th Annual Meeting of the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO), WRI launched two new online mapping applications designed to help the palm oil industry grow while avoiding deforestation. These free tools enable palm oil producers, buyers,

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The False Choice Between Palm Oil And Indonesian Forests

by Nigel Sizer (WRI Insights/The Jakarta Post)  ...The world’s top scientists are also raising concerns. According to a recent study in Nature Climate Change, from 1990 to 2010, 90 percent of lands converted to oil palm plantations in Kalimantan were forested. There need not,

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Carbon Dioxide: Key to Boosting Revenues and Limiting Emissions from Biofuels and Allied Ventures

by Sam A. Rushing (Advanced Cryogenics, Ltd. )   ...Pure carbon dioxide sequestration projects have been evaluated by my office for large US and Brazilian ventures, primarily fed by CO2 from ethanol projects. In the future, it is entirely likely

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Mixing Processes Could Increase the Impact of Biofuel Spills on Aquatic Environments

(e! Science News)  ...A group of researchers from the University of Michigan wondered how ethanol-based fuels would spread in the event of a large aquatic spill. They found that ethanol-based liquids mix actively with water, very different from how pure

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VayuGrid Signs MOU for Biofuel Cluster in Ethiopia

(StarAfrica/PR NewsWire)  Starting With a 2,000 Plus Acre, the Long Term Goal is to Create a Cluster of 1,00,000 Acres Under a Collaborative Model VayuGrid, a biofuel supply chain company based in Bangalore, has signed a MOU to create a biofuel cluster

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Bioenergy Could Bring New Life to Shuttered Mill

by Tom Robertson (Minnesota Public Radio)  There may be hope for the shuttered Ainsworth lumber mill in Grand Rapids, which closed three years ago, a victim of the housing market crash and the Great Recession. The J.M. Longyear company of Marquette, Mich., has

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Cowichan Biodiesel Fueling the Green Fire

by Maeve Maguire (Cowichan News Leader)  The CVS Victoria Cruise bus company is the first in North America to use 100% biodegradable fuel. It buys that fuel directly from the Cowichan BioDiesel Co-op. The non-toxic biodegradable renewable gas made from the

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Direvo Introduces BluCon™ for the Conversion of Non-Food Biomass to Biofuel and Chemical Building Blocks

(Direvo)  Direvo Industrial Biotechnology GmbH is commercializing its BluCon™– platform for complete, one-step conversion of non-food feedstocks to carbohydrates used in the production of fuels and chemicals. In the recent years Direvo has undertaken a huge research program identifying a

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Biofuels Programme Launched in Scotland

(Biofuels International)  A new Scottish biofuel programme officially launched this month after securing over a million pounds worth of investment. The programme is a partnership between five Scottish universities and research institutions, with the £1.6 million ($2.5 million) funding coming via

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Bahamas Waste Running B50 in 75% of Its Fleet

by Jeffrey Todd  (The Nassau Guardian)  In the Bahamas, Bahamas Waste has so far produced 100,000 gallons of B50 with about 75% of its fleet running on the biodiesel that the company produces. Once it reaches 100% penetration, it will

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EU Commission Backs Controversial Sustainable Palm Oil Scheme

by Barbara Lewis  (Reuters)  The European Commission has approved a scheme that would certify as sustainable transport fuel made from palm oil, condemned by environmental groups as one of the most damaging sources of biodiesel. The Commission made public on Tuesday

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US Biodiesel Blends to Be Offered All Year Round

(Biofuels International)  ...The South Dakota Soybean Research and Promotion Council, Minnesota Soybean Research and Promotion Council, Harms Oil Company, National Biodiesel Foundation and Clean Cities have partnered to expand the availability of biodiesel in southwestern Minnesota, eastern South Dakota and

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Deputy Assistant Secretary Of The Navy For Energy Visits Military's Biodiesel-Fueled Steam Plant

(America's Navy)  Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Energy) Tom Hicks toured a steam plant at St. Julien's Creek Annex in Portsmouth now running on B20, a 20 percent biodiesel, 80 percent number two fuel oil blend Nov. 19. The plant

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FTC: US Ethanol Market Remains Unconcentrated in 2012

by Susanne Retka Schill  (Ethanol Producer Magazine)   The market for fuel ethanol in the United States remains unconcentrated, with 154 firms nationwide either producing ethanol or likely to be in production in the next 12 to 18 months, according to

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Aviation Biofuels, Leading the Way to a New Global Economy

by Tom Kadala (Biofuels Digest/ResearchPAYS)  ...Aside from shaving off more capacity than they have already, airlines are looking elsewhere to stay in business. One area that remains unexplored is the diversification from a one fuel source model to multiple fuel

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ARPA-E Awards $130 Million for 66 Transformational Energy Technology Projects

(US Department of Energy)  Today (November 28, 2012), Energy Secretary Steven Chu announced 66 cutting-edge research projects selected by the Energy Department’s Advanced Research Projects Agency – Energy (ARPA-E) to receive a total of $130 million in funding through its

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Colorado State University Receives $2 Million to Develop Biofuels

by Bobby Magill (The Coloradoan)  Colorado State University has been awarded a $2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy to genetically modify plants for use as biofuel. The money will pay for researchers to develop a system that will

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In Indonesia and Malaysia, as Demand for Palm Oil Grows, So Do Environmental, Labor Concerns

by Jason Motlagh (The Washington Post/Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting)  Long a preferred cooking ingredient in developing countries, palm oil is now in greater demand in Western markets because of its low price and long shelf life. Derived from the

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Extend Wind Production Tax Credit and Preserve Military Biofuels Program

by Paul Clarke (The Hill E2Wire/Truman National Security Project)  ...To free us from the whims of distant countries, America must invest in renewable technologies and take advantage of our energy resources here at home. Our dependence on oil from unstable and

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Response to National Council of Chain Restaurants RFS Guest Editorial

by Bob Dinneen (Renewable Fuels Association)  ... In regard to the November 28th op-ed, “A Mandate to Raise Food Prices” by Rob Green, Executive Director of the National Council of Chain Restaurants: If he really believes that the major cause of higher

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Affordable Naval Biofuel: First Comes the Feedstock

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest) Is the US government right in aiming to commercialize aviation biofuels production – or should it be aimed at ensuring affordable feedstock? Pain at the pump. $5 gasoline in California. $8 gasoline in the EU. We

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US Company in Refinery Search

by Peter Hemphill (Grain & Hay WeeklyTimes) An American biofuels company is looking to build a refinery in Australia to produce ethanol from wheat straw and other residues. ...Investors in the biorefineries include Australia's Macquarie Bank and Japanese commodity trader Itochu Corporation. ZeaChem

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Brazil Local Sugar Sale More Profitable Than Exports, Cepea Says

by Marvin G. Perez (Bloomberg BusinessWeek)  ...Making crystal sugar from cane was 29 percent more profitable than producing anhydrous ethanol, the type blended into gasoline, and 36 percent more advantageous than hydrous ethanol, used in flex-fuel cars, (University of Sao

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Ennesys Launches “Green Building” Demo in France

(Algae Industry Magazine)  French biotech startup Ennesys will today launch its first demonstrator system for “truly green” buildings – in the Nanterre district of La Defense near Paris. It’s a simple idea: to turn buildings into energy production units by

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Sweet Potatoes-to-Ethanol Plant for Barbados

(Stabroek News)  A plant to produce ethanol from sweet potatoes is in the pipeline, according to Dr Leroy McClean, chief executive officer of the Barbados Investment and Development Corporation (BIDC). Without providing details, he said, “I have a Chinese company .

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True or False: 10 Percent of US Corn Crop Used for Ant Repellent

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  Well, that’s an absurd headline, isn’t it? False, false and false. It’s ridiculous, misleading and harmful to conclude that 10 percent of the US corn harvest is used for ant repellent – just because 10 percent

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Use of Corn Fiber Could Increase Ethanol Production

by Nat Williams (AgriNewsOnline)  Ethanol production could be increased by as much as 5 percent from the same kernel of corn already being used, research has shown. And the only hurdle preventing it from being a commercial reality may be

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University of Kentucky Project Looks at Creating Biofuel on the Farm

by Tim Thornberry (Business Lexington) ...Producing biofuels on the farm, however, is a bit different and is the focus of a relatively new project being led by the University of Kentucky. Sue Nokes, professor and department chair of biosystems and agricultural

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Biofuels Mandates Around the World: 2012

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  Brazil, India, the US, China and the EU point the way towards a 60 billion gallon biofuels market by 2022 – but can the capacity be built, and can the mandates survive pressure from opponents? In

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Mighty Danes: BioGasol Raises $19.2M for Advanced Biofuels and Materials

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest) ... BioGasol ApS, the renewable energy company announced today that it has raised $19.2M — €5 million in new equity financing — and received a confirmation of €10 million grant allocation from The Energy Technology

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Biodiesel Facility Launched at Parramatta Terminal

(Shell Australia)  Shell Australia today (11/21/12) opened a new biodiesel facility at its Parramatta Terminal in western Sydney – responding to customer demand to reduce diesel excise liabilities and reduce the environmental impacts of fossil fuel use. The new facility will

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The Top 10 Financing Paths for Biofuels, 2012-13

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  Dozens of deals – what are the hottest paths to $$$? Who’s forming capital in bioenergy this year, and when, where, why and how? In the old days, the process seemed simple: seed round to fund

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Cultivating the Promise of Agricultural Cleantech

by Dallas Kachan (Renewable Energy World/Kachan & Co.)  ...In its new report on agricultural cleantech, Kachan uses the following criteria to differentiate cleantech developments from generic agricultural innovations: improved efficiency of resource use reduced ecological impact smaller carbon footprint sustained or enhanced profitability Technologies that reduce

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Carbon vs Rural Economic Development

by Jim Lane (BioBased Digest)  ...World Growth warns that the REDD+ program to reduce emissions from deforestation is fatally flawed. At the UN climate conference in Qatar, World Growth released “Immoral Aid: The effect of REDD+ on developing country economies”. It

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Commission Ignores Own Research and Labels Biofuels from Palm Oil 'Sustainable'

(Greenpeace and Friends of the Earth Europe)  The European Commission last Friday approved a certification scheme which would brand biofuels produced from palm oil as ‘sustainable’ [1], despite evidence that their production contributes to deforestation, peatland degradation, disputes over land

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Agriculture Under Secretary Announces Support for Producers of Advanced Biofuels

(US Department of Agriculture)  Agriculture Under Secretary for Rural Development Dallas Tonsager today (November 16, 2012) announced payments to 189 companies to support the production and expansion of advanced biofuels. “These payments support the nation’s expanding alternative fuels industry by encouraging

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BioMCN Signs Agreement for Biogas

(BioMCN) Suiker Unie, GasTerra and BioMCN sign agreement for production and delivery of biogas The companies Suiker Unie, GasTerra and BioMCN signed a biogas supply agreement at the official opening of the Suiker Unie biomass fermentor at Vierlaten (the Netherlands). The agreement

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Biodiesel for Bands Plans Launch Party

(Coloradoan.com)  Biodiesel for Bands, a new nonprofit organization aimed at helping musicians tour more efficiently by providing biodiesel at a discount, will hold its launch party next month.  READ MORE

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US Senate Votes 62-37 to Back Military Aviation Biofuels

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  In Washington, the US Senate voted 62-37 in favor of an amendment offered by Senator Mark Udall of Colorado to repeal section 313 of the annual Defense appropriations bill. Section 313 language, which was offered by

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API Files Suit against US EPA for 2013 Biodiesel Usage Increase

by Ron Kotrba (Biodiesel Magazine)  The American Petroleum Institute filed a lawsuit in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Nov. 26 against the U.S. EPA for its decision to mandate the use of 1.28 billion gallons

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Active and Passive: Competing Voices in Biofuels Design

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  ...Generally, renewables compete in the short term against fossil fuel prices – but in the long-term, against fossil fuel extraction costs. Even if a new process produces a renewable at less then, say, the equivalent of

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Another Path to Biofuels

by Matthew Wald (New York Times)  The company, SEE Algae Technology of Austria, is building a 2.5-acre factory on a sugar plantation near Recife, Brazil, that will use genetically modified algae that can eat carbon dioxide from the sugar. Adding urea and

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Algal Scientific Corporation Takes Home $500,000 Cash Grand Prize at the 2012 Accelerate Michigan Innovation Competition

More than $1 Million in cash and prizes was awarded last evening at the 2012 Accelerate Michigan Innovation Competition in downtown Detroit, with Algal Scientific Corporation taking home the $500,000 cash grand prize. Last evening’s Gala and Awards Ceremony at

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Qatar University Reveals Progress of Aviation Biofuels Project

(The Peninsula) ...This was the first time the team publicly detailed the progress of the state-backed QR45.5m biofuel project - the first time in the region. The university’s project, in collaboration with Qatar Airways and Qatar Science and Technology Park

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Could Sunflowers Turn Chicago Vacant Lots into a Source for Biofuels?

by Drew Kann (Medill Reports/NWI Times)  ...Chicago Biofuels, a local company that specializes in collecting used cooking oils from city restaurants for conversion into biodiesel, planted sunflowers on the lot this summer and harvested them. Sunflower seeds can be pressed and

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Home News Energy First Large-Scale US CCS Plant Reaches Capture Milestone

(Business Green)  Illinois Basin-Decatur Project has stored 317,000 metric tons of CO2 from an adjacent ethanol plant in an underground reservoir The first demonstration-scale carbon capture and storage (CS) plant in the US has successfully injected 317,000 metric tons of CO2

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The New Syngas: New Catalysts, Opportunities for Advanced Biofuels

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest) ... In the biofuels revolution, the primary focus has been not on producing methanol (and, ultimately, gasoline) from syngas, but primarily on the production of ethanol. Three of the major names in the field- LanzaTech,

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Green Chemistry: Waste from Palm Oil Extraction Can Be Converted Into Useful Sugar

(Science Daily)  Palm oil extraction annually produces approximately 13 million tons of waste plant matter. Some of this by-product, known as empty fruit bunch (EFB), is currently incinerated to produce heat and electricity to run palm oil mills, but it

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Camels' Stomachs Could Provide Key to Cheap, Renewable Biofuel

by Alya Al Tunaiji (The National)  ...At the Masdar Institute of Science and Technology, I am currently focusing my master's thesis research on the biogas-producing potential of the microbes that live in camels' stomachs. Large ruminants - plant-eating mammals such as cows, goats and

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Bioengineered Marine Algae Expands Environments Where Biofuels Can Be Produced

(E! Science News)  Biologists at UC San Diego have demonstrated for the first time that marine algae can be just as capable as fresh water algae in producing biofuels. The scientists genetically engineered marine algae to produce five different kinds

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Lack of Bio Fuel Demand Puts Cassava Farmers in Quandary

(Saigon GP Daily)  ...The Department of Agro-Forestry Processing and Salt Industry, under the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, was approved by the government in 2010 for the production and consumption of E5 bio fuel. As a result bio fuel

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Brazil’s Petrobras Plans to Start Producing Ethanol in Mozambique in 2014

(Macau Hub)  Brazilian oil company Petrobras plans to start producing ethanol in Mozambique in 2014, the chairman of Petrobras Combustíveis, Miguel Macedo said Tuesday in Maputo. Speaking in Maputo at a conference entitled “Brazil and Africa: Opting for Sustainable Development,” Macedo

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Ohio Researchers Trying to Turn Algae into Fuel

(Capital Press)  Researchers already know how to turn algae into fuel. The challenge is how to make that profitable. A group from the University of Toledo is trying to make the process more efficient and says coming up with a solution

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Schools Shy from Making Biodiesel

by Morgan Josey Glover (News & Record)  Guilford County Schools will reduce air pollution by buying more cleaner-burning biodiesel from a state-approved supplier.  But officials backpedaled on a plan to get into the biodiesel-making business. ...Members also asked Harris to research

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Sweet Sorghum: the Engine for Brazil’s Biofuels Expansion?

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest) Ceres and Syngenta sign a major deal to stimulate sweet sorghum adoption. Brazilian producers seek paths for expanding ethanol production.  What are sorghum’s chances of being the darling of the expansion story? ...The companies will work

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The Institute for Energy Research Gets It All Wrong on Regional Energy

by Kate Gordon (Center for American Progress)  ...The second problem is even more obvious: The fossil fuel industry takes billions in direct tax incentives and subsidies every year. According to analysis by TR Rose Associates, for the past three decades, the

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The Information Source for Alternative Fuels and Advanced Vehicles

(US Department of Energy)  The Alternative Fuels Data Center (AFDC) provides information, data, and tools to help fleets and other transportation decisions makers find ways to reduce petroleum consumption through the use of alternative and renewable fuels, advanced vehicles, and

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NZ's Key Green Growth Areas Outlined

by Grant Bradley (The New Zealand Herald)  ...A major report out today reviews New Zealand's green growth opportunities and outlines how the Government and the private sector can best complement each other in helping New Zealand get ahead in the

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From Fryer To Fuel: Making Biodiesel from Vegetable Oil

Many restaurants are becoming more energy conscious and are taking initiative, by the simple act of giving up their vegetable oil waste! Now you may ask, what good is left over vegetable oil? Well for starters, chefs use a ton

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Govt Urged to Reduce Land Size Granted to Biofuel Businesses

(IPPMedia/The Guardian Reporter)  The government has been urged to reduce the maximum land size of each bio-fuel developer from the proposed 20,000 ha to 10,000 ha and give investors conditions which would enable them deliver. Speaking during a two-day workshop which

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How Does Plant Cell Wall Nanoscale Architecture Correlate with Enzymatic Digestibility?

Shi-You Ding, Yu-San Liu, Yining Zeng, Michael E. Himmel, John O. Baker, Edward A. Bayer (Science Magazine)  Greater understanding of the mechanisms contributing to chemical and enzymatic solubilization of plant cell walls is critical for enabling cost-effective industrial conversion of cellulosic

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Solazyme and its Hybrid Vigor

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  Solazyme lands monster capacity expansion agreements with ADM and Bunge – what’s the sector’s hottest company up to now? ... The Bunge agreement will expand joint venture-owned oil production capacity at Solazyme Bunge Renewable Oils from

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Global Clean Energy Holdings Earns Roundtable on Sustainable Biofuels (RSB) Certification

(RSB Services Foundation/Global Clean Energy Holdings)  The RSB Services Foundation, the implementing entity of the Roundtable on Sustainable Biofuels (RSB) which has developed a global sustainability standard and certification system for biofuel production, is pleased to announce that Global Clean

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NIST Posts Presentations for 4th International Conference on Biofuels Standards

The National Institute of Standards and Technology announced that it has posted presentations from the 4th International Conference on Biofuels Standards:  Current Issues, Future Trends on its web site.  The purpose of the meeting was to provide a forum for

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The 2012 Maryland Energy Forum

by Bradley Frieze (Advanced Biofuels USA)  On Wednesday, October 3rd, four leading activists for the use of renewable energy sources held a forum at Frederick Community College. This ‘Maryland Energy Forum’ focused mainly on four present energy issues: hydrofracking, coal,

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Biofuels Fight Flares Before Possible Defense Debate

by Geof Koss (Roll Call)  More than one-third of the Senate is calling for removal of provisions in the defense authorization bill that would limit military efforts to develop alternative fuels. In a Nov. 16 letter to Senate leaders, 38 senators

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National Farmers Union and Coalition Urge Congress To Pass New Farm Bill This Year

(National Farmers Union)  National Farmers Union (NFU) and a wide-sweeping coalition of 235 agriculture organizations including Advanced Biofuels USA sent a letter to Congressional leadership today urging for the passage of a new five-year farm bill to be signed into law by the end

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Pilot Facility Launched in Ghana to Transform Human Waste into Renewable Biodiesel Fuel

(EurekAlert!)  To celebrate World Toilet Day on November 19, researchers at Columbia University's Engineering School, working in Ghana with Waste Enterprisers Ltd., the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), and the Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly, are launching a pilot

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Greenpeace Supplying Power via Biodiesel-Powered Mobile PV Hubs

by Meghan Sapp (Biofuels Digest)  In New York, Greenpeace is providing power in Hurricane Sandy-ravaged neighborhoods via Rolling Power, its biodiesel-powered trucks that house mobile PV units to generate and store solar energy. The trucks are being used to provide power

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Acclaimed Canoga Park Movers Acquires Four New Biodiesel Trucks

(Acclaimed Canoga Park Movers/PR WEB)  Acclaimed Canoga Park Movers purchases four new biodiesel trucks to take better care of the environment Canoga Park has a history of development dating back to the 1800s, and the conscious efforts upheld by the city

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Little Big Tech: Can Fischer-Tropsch Technology Work at Smaller Scale?

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  While companies pursue alternatives to Fischer-Tropsch technologies, Velocys is seeking to make F-T work economically with micro-reactors. In last week’s Digest, Robert Rapier aptly stated the challenge in front of XTL technologies – companies whose primary focus is

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The Solyndra Effect, or Why Alcohol-to-Jet Fuel Is a Tough Sell

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  ...What we keep running into is what Aemetis CEO Eric McAfee once described to me as the immutable “Natural Law of Alternative Commodity Markets”. ...NLACM states that “the value of any intermediate products produced in any

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Ensyn: Biofuels’ Big, Fast Cracker, in Pictures

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  Ensyn – moving rapidly towards scale as a transport fuel technology after decades in smaller, high-value markets.  What does Ensyn’s signature RTP technology, that’s making such a splash, look like? ...Ensyn has become a signature part

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Petrobras Completes Performance Tests Using Fuel with 20% Biodiesel

(GazetaWeb.com)  The goal of the research project is to evaluate the performance of engines using the B20. Petrobras concluded today (09), in Rio de Janeiro, performance testing of vehicles using B20 biodiesel, a fuel that has mixture of 20% biodiesel in

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New Fort Myers Plant Creating Biodiesel out of Restaurants' Used Cooking Oil

by Laura Layden (NaplesNews.com)  ...Now he's (Christian Colarusso) challenged, with the new biodiesel plant revving up a few weeks ago. The multimillion-dollar plant is owned and operated by FL Biofuels LLC, a start-up that now has more than a dozen employees. "The

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Gas-to-Liquids: A Risky Investment?

by Robert Rapier (Biofuels Digest)   ...Oxford Catalysts claims that with natural gas at $3.89 per million BTU (MMBTU), they can produce diesel for $1.57 per gallon. But I would caution investors in this situation. Without a doubt the technology is

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$500 Million and No One to Dance with? Canada and Advanced Biofuels

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  Canada’s $500 million NextGen Biofuels Fund, five years after formation, gets close to making its first investments just as Canada’s leaders consider pulling the plug It was the most amazing sovereign commitment to biofuels of its

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Hurricane Sandy: "It's Global Warming, Stupid"

by Garvin Jabusch (Green Alpha Advisors, LLC/Renewable Energy World)  On a recent broadcast of the news show Democracy Now hosted by Amy Goodman, Cynthia Rosenzweig, co-chair of the New York City Panel on Climate Change, went out of her way to

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Hillsboro Council Will Discuss Setting Limits on Homemade Biodiesel Production

by Andrew Theen (The Oregonian)  Biodiesel is a popular alternative for some drivers who want to save money at the pump and put spent vegetable oil to good use. Making the fuel at home is increasingly becoming the next step. But

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New Biofuel Conversion Process Cuts Costly Separating Step

(University of Wisconsin-Madison)  Using a biomass-derived solvent, University of Wisconsin-Madison chemical and biological engineers have streamlined the process for converting lignocellulosic biomass into high-demand chemicals or energy-dense liquid transportation fuel. Their new method eliminates the need for costly pretreatment steps that

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False Hope: The Harmful Promotion of Agrofuels in Asia and Canada

by Jack Litster  (CCCI-CCIC)  When the price of agrofuel production finally became economically competitive with the high price of oil around 2005, a debate soon opened up about whether transport fuel produced from crops (such as palm oil, corn, sugarcane,

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A Better Route to Xylan

by Lynn Yarris (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)  Joint BioEnergy Institute Researchers Find New Access to Abundant Biomass for Advanced Biofuels After cellulose, xylan is the most abundant biomass material on Earth, and therefore represents an enormous potential source of stored solar

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Goodbye Biofuels!

by Andrew McKillop (Market Oracle)  To be sure, there are biofuels and biofuels. Some, called second-generation non-crop biofuels have "good long-term outlooks", but others are clearly uneconomic and a recipe for bankruptcy for any unwary producer and investor. The first

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Illawarra Rescue Package Will Help Fund Biodiesel Plant

(ABC Rural)  The Illawarra, south of Sydney, has received another rescue package from Federal and State Governments to help it rebuild after major job losses in the steel industry. ..."What we're able to do as a result of facilities like this

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Z Energy Says It May Switch to Ethanol-Blended Petrol

(Radio New Zealand)  Z Energy says it may switch to ethanol-blended petrol, but this could cost the Government up to $180 million in lost revenue if other major players follow suit. The New Zealand-owned fuel retailer says ethanol-blended petrol receives a

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Biodiesel Industry on Brink as Waste Oil Use Plummets

by Elinor Zuke (The Grocer)  The amount of used cooking oil being re-purposed as fuel has plummeted since a tax incentive was axed - and industry insiders are warning that the situation could spell the end of the British biodiesel

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Renewable Diesel on the March

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  UOP, Eni update on the complete conversion of Eni’s Venice refinery to renewable diesel. Why is renewable diesel getting traction – and where, and when? ...Unlike biodiesel, Green Diesel is a drop-in replacement for traditional diesel.

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ENN, EADS/Airbus to Collaborate on Algae-based Aviation Fuels

(Algae Industry Magazine)  China’s ENN and Europe’s EADS have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to co-develop microalgae-based aviation fuels. The agreement was made public at the China International Air Show in Zhuhai, Guangdong province. ... The scope of the companies’ new

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Fuel From Waste, Poised at a Milestone

by Matthew L. Wald (New York Times)  For years, scientists and engineers have been juggling various combinations of acids, steam, bacteria, catalysts and the digestive juices of microorganisms to convert agricultural waste and even household garbage into motor fuel. So far,

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Slow Rollout of E15 in California Means Higher Prices at Pump

by Holly Jessen (Ethanol Producer Magazine)  Approval of E15 in California is moving slowly and, ultimately, the losers are consumers, who will pay more for gasoline, said Andy Foster, spokesperson for Aemetis Inc., a biofuel producer that’s a member of

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NASA-Rooted Biofuel Project Aims for Shores of Mobile Bay

by Marc D. Anderson (AL.com)  A company using NASA-licensed technology is looking at a small patch of bayfront property to launch what one day could be a revolutionary wastewater-treating and biofuel-creating endeavor. Since 2009, Algae Systems LLC of Carson City, Nev.,

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Effort to Kill Trash-to-Ethanol Contract Fails

by Marc Chase (Northwest Indiana Times)  ...The board voted at the beginning of the year to find Powers Energy in breach of contract for failing to deliver on its promise to secure land and financing to construct a plant in

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Farm Foundation Blog: Food & Fuel for 9 Billion in 2050

by John Davis (DomesticFuel.com)  How do you keep an expected world population of 9 billion people by the year 2050 fed AND meet the world’s energy needs? Our friends at Farm Foundation are taking on those challenging questions, hopefully with

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Iowans Drive on E15

by Joanna Schroeder (DomesticFuel.com)  Since E15, a fuel blend of 15 percent ethanol and 85 percent gasoline, has been sold in Iowa, drivers have already successfully driven more than 125,000 thousand miles, or the equivalent of driving around the world

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Obama Delays Action On Climate Change Until After 'Wide Ranging' Talks

(Inside EPA's Clean Energy Report)  President Obama is planning to launch wide-ranging talks with experts on what can be done in the short-term to address climate change, as well as a public “education process” to consider realistic long-term actions that

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The Global Biofuel Enzymes Industry is Expected to Reach USD 1,653.1 Million in 2018: Transparency Market Research

(Transparency Market Research/PR NewsWire)  According to a new market report published by Transparency Market Research (http://www.transparencymarketresearch.com) "Biofuel Enzymes Market- Global Industry Size, Market Share, Trends, Analysis and Forecast, 2012 - 2018," the global biofuel enzymes demand was worth USD 1,021.9

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Drive On: Algae-Based Diesel Biofuel Goes on Sale

by Chris Woodyard (USA Today)  Now, some motorists can really drive green, as in algae-green. A chain of biofuel stations in the San Francisco Bay Area have started selling fuel made from algae, one of the most promising technologies when it

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Report: Military Biofuels Programs Poised to Drive Major Economic, Job Growth

(Environmental Entrepreneurs)   Plans in Congress to kill military biofuels programs could also derail $10 billion+ in economic activity; creation of more than 14,000 jobs, study finds The military’s plans to expand its use of biofuels in planes, ships and other vehicles would

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World Energy Outlook: A New Global Energy Landscape Is Emerging

(International Energy Agency)  The 2012 edition of the World Energy Outlook was released on 12 November 2012. Drawing on the latest data and policy developments the report presents analytical insights into trends in energy markets and what they mean for

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EPA Keeps Renewable Fuels Levels in Place After Considering State Requests

(U.S. Environmental Protection Agency)  The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) today announced that the agency has not found evidence to support a finding of severe “economic harm” that would warrant granting a waiver of the Renewable Fuels Standard (RFS). The

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25x'25 Commends EPA Decision to Uphold RFS

(25 x '25) In response to the EPA decision today upholding volume requirements of the federal Renewable Fuel Standard, 25x'25 Co-chairmen Read Smith and Bart Ruth issued the following joint statement: "EPA's decision today finding no evidence that the federal Renewable Fuel Standard

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Renewable Fuels: Notices--Denial of Requests for a Waiver of the Renewable Fuel Standard

(U.S. Environmental Protection Agency)  In August 2012, Governors from several States requested a waiver of the national volume requirements for the renewable fuel standard program (RFS) pursuant to Section 211(o)(7) of the Clean Air Act. EPA's extensive analysis makes clear

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The GM Tree Plantations Bred to Satisfy the World's Energy Needs

by John Vidal (The Guardian)  Israeli biotech firm says its modified eucalyptus trees can displace the fossil fuel industry It's a timber company's dream but a horrific industrial vision for others: massive plantations of densely planted GM eucalyptus trees stretching across Brazil, South Africa,

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Energy Beets for Ethanol

by Rich Keller (Ag Professional)  “Energy beets” have proven to produce double the ethanol of corn per acre in research studies. But what are the full economics and will a large-scale demonstration ethanol plant using beets as the feedstock prove

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Standards: Assurance of Quality or a Path toward Exclusion?

by Joanne Ivancic (Advanced Biofuels USA)  You know you have benefited from a conference when you come away from three days of presentations, panel discussions and a solid dose of audience participation with new understandings and clarifications; and with a

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European Commission Backs Down on EU ETS and Agrees to 'Stop the Clock' on International Aviation Emissions

(GreenAirOnline)  EU Climate Commissioner Connie Hedegaard announced this morning the EU will suspend enforcement of the EU Emissions Trading Scheme (EU ETS) to airlines flying to and from Europe in order to allow ICAO to continue its progress towards a

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EPA Releases Draft QAP Requirements for RIN Validation

by Ron Kotrba (Biodiesel Magazine)  The U.S. EPA has released its draft quality assurance plan requirements as part of its work to restructure the renewable fuel standard program to ensure renewable identification number (RIN) credits generated are valid before entering the marketplace. These

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Italy's Largest Refiner To Use Honeywell's UOP/Eni Ecofining(TM) Process Technology At Venice Refinery

(PRNewsWire/MarketWatch)  Innovative project marks first conversion of a process unit producing petroleum-based fuel into a unit for renewable fuel UOP LLC, a Honeywell company, announced today that Italy's largest energy company, Eni S.p.A., will produce renewable diesel using Honeywell's UOP/Eni Ecofining

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A.I.M. Interview: Incitor’s Jacob Berman and Troy Lapsys

by David Schwartz  (Algae Industry Magazine)   There is a new process that algae producers can use in the conversion stage to help increase their capacity and add to the bottom line, says Incitor’s VP of Business Development Jacob Berman.

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COMMUNITY ADVISORY BOARD — ‘Ethanol’ Shouldn’t Be a Dirty Word

by Cliff Meeuwsen (Holland Sentinel)  Ethanol has become a dirty word for some, and I’m not sure why. How did the cleanest burning, highest quality, cheapest form of liquid renewable fuel ever get to be such a punching bag for politicians,

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Copersucar and Eco-Energy Join Ethanol Operations

(Eco-Energy/Ethanol Producer Magazine) Eco-Energy Inc., a leading biofuel marketer and logistics company in North America, and Copersucar S.A., the largest sugar and ethanol trader in Brazil, have announced the internationalization of their ethanol operations with a joint investment in Eco-Energy

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Senators Bring Biofuels to Post-Sandy N.J., Address Climate Change

by Erin Voegele (Ethanol Producer Magazine)  Climate change may gain more attention during the next legislative session. During a press conference to discuss post-election results broadcast by C-SPAN on Nov. 7, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., stressed how important

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Green Jet Fuels Could Take off in Chicago and the Midwest

by Alan Yu (Medill Reports)  Boeing, United Airlines and several other Chicago entities hope to make the Midwest a hub for the production of green jet fuels. Although most of the technology required to produce biofuels for aircraft on a large

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BBC World News Horizons: How San Francisco and Brazil Are Pioneering a New Generation of Biofuels

(The NonProfit Press)    Broadcasting on 17th November and 18th November 2012, in the seventeenth episode of the Horizons series, presenters Adam Shaw and Saima Mohsin take a closer look at a new generation of energy crops in Brazil and

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US Ethanol Lobby Expects Hearings on Renewable Fuel Mandate Next Year

(Platts)  The US ethanol industry's loudest voice in Washington expects to have to defend the Renewable Fuel Standard during congressional hearings next year. Bob Dinneen, president of the Renewable Fuels Association, told reporters Friday he considers it likely that ethanol opponents

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EU Must Ensure Biofuel Producers in Indonesia Respect Land Rights

(The Guardian)  Tighter EU rules on biofuel production are failing to protect the land rights of Indonesia's indigenous communities ...To understand the scale of the problem, Sawit Watch (sawit means palm oil in Indonesian) is supporting smallholders and indigenous people in more than 660

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The Next US Secretary of Energy: Poll

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest) In Washington, rumors abound that US Secretary of Energy Steven Chu may step aside shortly for a new Secretary – with President Obama seeking a number of cabinet-level changes to inject fresh faces and thinking

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Everyday Low (Fuel) Prices: Drop-In Advanced Biofuels for under $100 per Barrel

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  Brent Crude trades this past week at a transorbital $109 per barrel (West Texas Intermediate at a suborbital, if high, $85).  It puts the conventional wisdom that biofuels are too infrastructure incompatible and too costly

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ACORE Releases 2012 State-by-State Resource for Renewable Energy

(ACORE)  The American Council On Renewable Energy (ACORE) released the 2012 edition of its report, Renewable Energy in the 50 States, as an interactive, online resource. Compiling updated financial data, resource potentials, market and policy information in one easily-accessed, online

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With ‘Fiscal Cliff’ Looming, Carbon Tax Getting Closer Look

by Steven Mufson  (The Washington Post)  Here’s a riddle: If Congress doesn’t want to raise income tax rates but wants to raise revenue, what can it do? One answer: Pass a carbon tax. A relatively moderate-sized carbon tax could raise $1.25 trillion over the next

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Blender Pumps at Jackson Gas Station Blend Local Ethanol On Demand

by Staci DaSilva (KCAUtv.com)  ...Along with a refurbished convenience store, it's Taylor Nelson and the new gas pumps that are the story here. "I wanted to take advantage of our locally grown and locally produced fuel source," said Taylor Nelson. Using only

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Enhanced and Updated USDA Energy Website Makes Information Easy to Access

(U.S. Department of Agriculture)  In January 2012, USDA launched its brand new Energy Web site.  The site contains agricultural, economic, and social data on renewable energy to assist stakeholders, public users, state and local government in identifying opportunities, activities and USDA’s

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25x'25 REsource: The Path Forward for America's Energy Future

(25 x '25)  ... However, most post-election analyses say that voters want meaningful solutions, not political rhetoric, to address our economic and energy challenges. The best tool that must be given a high priority is a comprehensive national policy that will rapidly

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Scripps Grad Burns Algae on Baja Road Race

(Algae Industry Magazine)  ristian Gustavson, a master’s degree graduate of Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego, is taking his algae-based biofuel message on the road. Starting Nov. 15, Gustavson will ride a motorcycle fueled with a mixture of

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US Researchers Say that Indirect Land Use Numbers Should Fall 75% on New Analysis

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  In Michigan, a research team led by Michigan State’s Bruce Dale, writing in the November 2012 issue of Biomass & Bioenergy, that they believe that a lifecycle analysis approach to ILUC requires replacing the nutritional functions

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IHI Unveils Algae Biofuel Test Facility

(Daily Yomiuri Online)  IHI Corp. on Wednesday unveiled to reporters its facility to test the cultivation of algae for biofuel in Yokohama.  The company hopes to mass-produce the biofuel for use in jet fuel, with a target of practical use

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Aemetis Selects Edeniq Platforms To Boost Biofuel Production

(Next-Gen Transportation News)  Aemetis Inc., an advanced fuels and renewable chemicals company, has entered into an agreement to install technology from Edeniq at its plant in Keyes, Calif. Aemetis will use Edeniq's Cellunators ethanol platform and test the company's Pathway technology. ...Cellunator produces

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Gusher! KiOR Starts Production of US Cellulosic Biofuels at Scale

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  500 ton per day wood biomass to biocrude plant commences oil production – the long wait for cellulosic biofuels at scale is over. ...But the news from Columbus, Mississippi, that cellulosic biocrude production has started up,

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International Renewable Jet Fuel Value Chain Integrators Join Forces to Develop Feedstocks and Commercial Opportunities

(GreenAirOnline)  Two jet biofuel companies, JATRO and BioJet, have announced a collaboration agreement on feedstock development and commercialisation efforts. The strategic alliance is intended to create a mutually beneficial business operation across global markets to drive the commercialisation of sustainable

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Carbon Offsetting Rather than Emissions Trading Becoming Favoured Route as ICAO Looks towards a Global Scheme

(GreenAirOnline)  As ICAO expert groups continue their work on a global market-based approach to limiting the growth of international aviation emissions, it is beginning to emerge that carbon offsetting, rather than emissions trading, is the favoured option for States and

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Ethanol Going Ugly Turns Bush Plan Into Obama Test

by Mario Parker (Bloomberg BusinessWeek)  U.S. ethanol production is headed for the first decline in 16 years, jeopardizing the nation’s drive to boost alternative fuels, as higher costs and lower demand close plants. Shrinking distilling margins have resulted in a 14

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The Biofuels Era - A Changing of the Guard?

by Darrel Good and Scott Irwin (FarmDocDaily/University of Illinois)  ...We begin our analysis by tracing out the implications for biofuels consumption over the next three years based on one potential scenario involving all of the listed factors. This scenario represents

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