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Energy Crops Could Cover Energy Demand in Surplus Agricultural Lands

(BioenergyCrops.com)  A brand new study (2013) found that the projected energy demand (2035) in developing countries, can be covered with energy crops in surplus agricultural lands, then not competing with food production. The study, from the Department of Energy Technology, at Aalto

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Biofuel Enviro400s in Canterbury

(BusandCoach.com)  Stagecoach has introduced six new ADL Enviro400s running on 100 per cent biofuel to its fleet in Canterbury. They are running on the Unibus route between the University of Kent and Canterbury bus station.  READ MORE and MORE (BusAndCoach.com)

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Milwaukee Biodiesel Firm Pursues City-Owned Warehouse

by Jeff Engel  (The Business Journal)  A Milwaukee Common Council proposal would sell a warehouse and vacant lot on West National Avenue to Palko Energies LLC, a sustainable energy consulting company that also buys local restaurants’ used cooking oil for

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KiOR Gets $50 Million from Khosla to Double Production

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  In Texas, KiOR announced that it is pursuing plans to double production capacity at its Columbus, Mississippi, cellulosic fuels facility through construction of a second facility incorporating KiOR’s commercially proven technology. KiOR estimates that the project

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Questions Arise on Tier 3 Timing as Automakers Cite Rule Delay

by Jason Plautz (E&E News/Greenwire)  Questions are rising about when U.S. EPA will release a final rule slashing the amount of sulfur in gasoline, as two key automaker groups say the agency has told them the rule will be delayed until

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Enerkem and GreenField, Partners in VANERCO, Announce up to $39.8 Million in Repayable Contribution from the Canadian Government

(PR NewsWire/Yahoo!Finance/VANERCO)  Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver today confirmed SDTC's financial contribution in VANERCO, the joint venture partnership formed by Enerkem (www.enerkem.com and GreenField www.gfsa.com) to build and operate a cellulosic ethanol facility integrated with GreenField's existing ethanol plant in Varennes, Quebec. 

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Poet Venture Primed for Cellulosic Ethanol

by Brenda Wade Schmidt  (Argus Leader)  South Dakota-based Poet and its partner in producing ethanol from leaves, cobs and cornstalks plan to open their first cellulosic plant early next year. By summer, Poet-DSM Advanced Biofuels should have any glitches worked out

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RFS Hasn't Hurt the Poultry Industry

by Gary Pestoriou (The Hill's Congress Blog)    I followed with interest the House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee hearings concerning the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS). I became very skeptical of the statements by those representing the livestock and poultry sectors

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CSC Introduces Biofuels Tech Program

by Allison Goodrich   (The Register-Mail)   Carl Sandburg College is climbing back on the “go green” bandwagon, making further attempts to help jump start the manufacturing job market through means of a new biofuels-focused program. The two-year AAS (associate in applied

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Greenbelt’s Distillation Module Exceeds Benchmarks

by Joanna Schroeder (DomesticFuel.com)  Greenbelt Resources Corporation has announced successful performance testing results from its automated distillation module. The module, available separately or as part of a complete sustainable energy production system, efficiently generated hydrous ethanol, distilled water and fertilizer from beer

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1998 Ethanol Vehicle Challenge: E85 Vehicles Surpass E0 on Dynamometer Tests for Mileage Efficiency

(Argonne National Laboratory) Sponsored by U.S. Department of Energy, General Motors Corporation, Natural Resources Canada In the Advanced Vehicle Technology Competitions sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy, college engineering students work together to design, build, and evaluate a state-of-the-art vehicle. For the 1998 Ethanol Vehicle Challenge,

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Renewable Fuels Make a Difference: Opposing View

by Bob Dinneen (USA Today)  Big Oil is pushing back to preserve its market share. ... The RFS is one of the most successful energy policies ever. Since it was enacted in 2005, U.S. dependence on imported oil has decreased from

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Are Ethanol Fuels Better than Petroleum?

by Robert Moffitt  (Twin Cities Daily Planet)  In response to “Ethanol is a not long term solution,” I’ll begin by saying the author made some valid points. No, ethanol is not an environmental, economic and political cure-all, nor is it

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N.D. Oil Industry Flares Off $1B Worth of Natural Gas…But Balks at Investments in Renewable Fuels

by Geoff Cooper (Renewable Fuels Association) As it turns out, the oil and gas industry really does have “money to burn.” According to a recent study, government data show that nearly 30% of the natural gas extracted as a byproduct of

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Biofuels Center Deserves a Better Fate

by G.K. Butterfield (The Herald Sun)  Without intervention or significant investment from non-profit organizations or the private sector, the Biofuels Center of North Carolina in Oxford is due to close for good on October 1, 2013.  This is a travesty

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EPA Expands Heating Oil Definition to Allow RINs

by John Davis (DomesticFuel.com)  The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is expanding the definition of heating oil as part of the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) program. This means that renewable heating oil, such as bioheat, a mixture of biodiesel and heating

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Grassley Asks EPA if Ethanol Credit Market Is Being Controlled by Wall Street

by Christopher Doering   (Des Moines Register)  As controversy swells over the cost of special credits tied to ethanol, Iowa Sen. Chuck Grassley asked the agency charged with overseeing the country’s renewable policy for details on what is being done

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Farmers Demand Permission to Produce Ethanol from Sugarcane

by Vivek Waghmode (Times of  India)   Farmer leaders on Tuesday stepped up their demand for permission to tillers to produce ethanol from sugarcane they produce and sell the byproducts. "The Centre has permitted to blend only five per cent ethanol into petrol, while countries like Brazil

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New Algal Species for Biofuel Production

(Cordis) ...The EU-funded project 'Biodiesel production from microalgae' (ALGFUEL) investigated new species and processes for the production of next-generation biofuels. The project aimed to identify promising new candidates for biofuel production, and to improve the understanding of microalgal triglyceride production

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Energy as Easy as Waffles

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  ... Long-term, there are numerous opportunities for developing the right kind of renewable feedstocks based on careful development of agricultural markets and gaining grower adoption. But anyone who has been through the wringer in trying to

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BIO Urges EPA to Reject Petroleum Industry’s RFS Waiver Petition

(Biotechnology Industry Organization)  The Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO) today wrote to Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Gina McCarthy, asking her to reject the recent petition from American Petroleum Institute and American Fuel and Petrochemical Manufacturers for a waiver of the

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Jyväskylä Bioenergy 2013 Conference - A look into the Bioenergy Situation Present and Future

By Aino Siirala* (Advanced Biofuels USA)  The Bioenergy 2013 exhibition & conference, in Jyväskylä, Finland, was a two-day event organized annually by Benet Ltd., The Bioenergy Association of Finland and Jyväskylän Messut Ltd. The conference included presentations by business consultants

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Program to Send Next-Gen Scientists to Nat'l Biodiesel Conference

(National Biodiesel Board/Biodiesel Magazine)  Look beyond the classroom for educational opportunities, advises Dan Browne, a student at Texas A&M University and co-chair of the Next Generation Scientists for Biodiesel. Browne has done just that by attending the National Biodiesel Conference &

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One-Sided Report on Biofuels Cost is Wrong

by Rob Vierhout  (ePURE/Ethanol Producer Magazine)  ... The “accountancy-model” IISD used was one-sided, looking only at government expenditure but leaving out of the picture the revenues the industry is generating for government and society. A well-respected company, Ecofys Consultancy, analyzed the

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Pounding the Table

by Ron Lamberty (Ethanol Producer Magazine/American Coalition for Ethanol)  An old lawyer’s adage says: “If you have the facts, pound the facts. If you have the law, pound the law. If you don’t have either, pound the table.” The people who

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Believers, Nonbelievers, Activists and Antagonists

by Mike Bryan (Ethanol Producer Magazine)  Some say renewable energy is like a religion. I suppose it has some of the elements of a religion, in that you have believers, nonbelievers, activists and antagonists and many of the same highly

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Analyzing the Influence of Energy Policy

by Jake Ferris (Ethanol Producer Magazine)  ... The change in stock levels from 2001-’05 accounted for about $1.28 of the $2.49 per bushel increase in corn prices (Table 2)—just over 50 percent. About 18 cents per bushel can be attributed

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Concord Energy Announces Agreement to Establish Asia Pacific Joint Venture with Cool Planet Energy Systems

(BusinessWire/Cool Planet)  Concord Energy today announced that it has signed an agreement with Cool Planet Energy Systems to establish a joint-venture in the Asia Pacific Region. The JV will develop commercial production facilities for the conversion of non-food biomass into

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Tides of Prosperity, Past and Present

by Chris Hanson (Ethanol Producer Magazine)  ... Similar to the 1970s period of prosperity, Zulauf (Carl Zulauf, economics professor at Ohio State University) says that in 2012 crop prices increased by roughly 200 percent, which he attributes to China’s growing demand for

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Uneven Crop, Shifting Markets: Considering the Prospects for the Corn and Ethanol Markets Ahead.

by Susanne Retka Schill (Ethanol Producer Magazine)  ... (Bruce) Babcock (the Cargill endowed chair of energy economics at Iowa State University) is more optimistic about the potential for E85 consumption to grow. If corn prices stay low and gasoline prices stay

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Algae Could Fuel Cleaner Road to Future

by Jan Sluizer (Voice of America)  ... “It may not seem as big of an impact, but when you’re talking about potentially millions or billions of gallons in the United States, even a five percent reduction or a 20 percent reduction, is

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Congressional Efforts Needed to Secure Future

by Brian Kuehl  (Ethanol Producer Magazine)   ... Two tax provisions are critical to continued development of the U.S. cellulosic industry. First, the tax code currently provides a Second Generation Production Tax Credit that gives ethanol plants a tax credit of

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Chairwoman Stabenow Calls on CFTC to Review Possible Manipulation of Renewable Fuels Market

by Greg Akagi    (KansasAgNetwork)  Michigan Democratic Senator Debbie Stabenow, Chairwoman of the U.S. Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry, today called on the Commodities Future Trading Commission to review recent allegations about possible manipulation of the markets for

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New Study Refutes Myths about Biofuels’ Impact on Land Use

(AgProfessional.com)  A new report released from researchers in the Netherlands shows that current models assessing the impact of crops grown for biofuel production on land use do not accurately reflect current production and land use realities. Given the impact of

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Time to Rethink Misguided Policies that Promote Biofuels to Protect Climate

(Nanowerk News)  ...His paper concludes that for now, it makes more sense to enable plants to soak up carbon dioxide through reforestation and to redouble efforts to protect forests, rather than producing and promoting biofuels. Corn ethanol production of 14 billion

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Malaysia Launches RM320 Million Clean Energy Fund

(The Malaysia Insider)  Malaysia and Japan-based Asian Energy Investments Pte Ltd. have launched a $100 million (RM320 million) venture capital fund to invest in clean energy projects in Southeast Asia. Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak announced the launch of the

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UFOP Funds Project for B100 Approval in Deutz Agripower Engines

(UFOP/Biodiesel Magazine)  The Deutz Agripower engines of the series TCD 7.8 L6, TCD 6.1 L6 and TCD 4.1 L4 can be approved for operation with biodiesel as a pure fuel. This is the result of the project successfully completed by

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E85′s Value Is Looking Better and Better: Can the Good Times Last?

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  ...  Instead, it is now gasoline that is upside down, economically — and flex-fuel drivers who value their dollars ought to be considering E85 based on the wholesale prices we’re seeing. The most startling example comes from

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Ford Explains Ethanol Program to ACE Members

by John Davis (DomesticFuel.com)  ... We’re committed to supporting biofuels by providing a range of products that provide biofuel capability in line with consumer demand. And that is key,” explained Dominic DiCicco with Ford Motor Company during the conference session titled, Automaker

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Big News: No More Requirement to Use Ethanol in Gasoline!

by Douglas Durante (The Hill Congress Blog)  ... the Clean Air Act amendments of 1990 included a prescribed formula for reformulated gasoline that included an oxygen content, which ethanol provides. Oxygenated fuels promote more complete combustion and reduce carbon monoxide, particulates,

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“Flex Fuel Fridays” Raise Awareness of Higher Ethanol Blends

by Lynn Grooms (Farm Industry News Blog)  Glacial Lakes Energy, a South Dakota ethanol producer, has been raising awareness about the benefits of higher blends of ethanol at several retail fuel stations this summer with its Flex Fuel Friday campaign.

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Energy Beet Group Working toward Commercialization

by Holly Jessen (Ethanol Producer Magazine)  ... Helgaas  (Maynard Helgaas, president of Green Vision Group) is saying that commercializing the first energy beet plant is planned for 2014 to 2015. “Energy beets will benefit rural North Dakota communities, because the processing facilities we

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Fuel with 15 Percent Ethanol Available in ND

(Associated Press/Grand Forks Herald)  Gov. Jack Dalrymple and members of the state's agriculture and ethanol industries announced the introduction of E15 blended gasoline on Monday in Bismarck. A new blend of gasoline with 15 percent ethanol is available in North Dakota. Gov.

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Commentary: Renewable Fuels Legislation Cuts Crude Prices

by Philip K. Verleger, Jr.  (PKVerlegerlLLC.com)  Just as only Richard Nixon could ironically break the US taboo on trading with China, only George W. Bush could have successfully introduced measures to drive down crude prices. These prices today are between $15 and $40

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First Steps Towards Achieving Better and Cheaper Biodiesel

(Science Daily)  ...Acetals are chemical compounds found in many wines, like port, for example, which give it a unique, sweet smell. However if acetals are blended with biodiesel, they improve its properties. The SUPREN research group of the Department of

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ISU study: Investment in E85 Could Be Cheaper than Purchasing Ethanol Credits

by Christopher Doering  (Des Moines Register)  A study from Iowa State University said the cost of installing tanks to handle fuel with 85 percent ethanol could be cheaper than purchasing energy credits to avoid blending the fuel mostly made from

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Undergraduate Bioenergy Scholars Summer Research Program in Northeast US

The Northeast Bioenergy Scholars Program is an exciting summer research experience program for enthusiastic undergraduates who are interested in exploring bioenergy utilizing cutting-edge techniques. Check out the list of current topics and locations for summer research opportunities. An accepted scholar receives

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Peoria County Corn/Soy Promoters Offers Multiple Blends of Fuel to Consumers

by Steve Tarter (Peoria Journal Star)  ... The FS station in Kickapoo, the first station to offer biodiesel over a decade ago, now features a pump that allows drivers to select various grades of ethanol-blended gasoline, from E10 to E85. It’s also

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Organic Waste Transformed into Industrial Prime Material

(Alpha Galileo Foundation)  Researchers at the Iberoamerican University (IBERO) in Mexico City, look to consolidate a pilot biorefinery that will use the waste of various fruits, vegetables, flowers and plants produced in urban and rural areas, to transform them into

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Is Ethanol Fuel Making Indy 500 Cars 'Greener'? Fuel Chemist Touts Cleaner Emissions

by Roxanne Palmer  (International Business Times)  Car racing is fueled by chemistry -- and the future of race car fuel is looking greener all the time, some chemists say. The race cars in the Indianapolis 500 first started using ethanol blends in 2006, with a fuel

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It All Started with Stale Marshmallows

by Holly Jessen (Ethanol Producer Magazine)  ... When he was a little boy, the current lab manager at Pinal Energy LLC used to go to work with his father, Keith Kor.  Johannes Kor remembers unwrapping bags of out-of-date marshmallows and putting

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Cal Poly Gets $1.5 Million for Algae Biofuel Research

by Kaytlyn Leslie (The San Luis Obisbo Tribune)  Cal Poly will receive $1.5 million to fund biofuel research, according to a Department of Energy news release. Cal Poly was one of two universities in the country to receive money to research the

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Illinois Ethanol Workers Write to Protect RFS

by Cindy Zimmerman (DomesticFuel.com)  The employees of Illinois River Energy and GTL Resources Biorefining sent a letter to their Congressional delegation this week urging support of the Renewable Fuel Standard. “We are the 60 hard working employees of an independently owned and operated corn bio-refinery

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RNCOS White Paper: Asia Pacific Leads Biofuel Production Growth

(RNCOS)  In a world which is ever thirsty for energy, economies eye on renewable energy sources to conserve environment and reduce costs. Our recent analysis of global biofuel industry revealed that in 2012, Asia Pacific witnessed the fastest growth of

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California Resolution Calls for Federal Reform of RFS

by Erin Voegele (Ethanol Producer Magazine)  The California legislature recently passed Assembly Joint Resolution 21, which urges federal lawmakers and the U.S. EPA to reform the renewable fuels standard (RFS), transitioning away from first-generation biofuels. The measure was introduced by

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IEA Task 40: Biomass Provides 10 Percent of Global Energy Use

by Susanne Retka Schill  (Ethanol Producer Magazine)  A new report from the International Energy Agency takes a global overview of biomass use in the industrial and transport sectors, identifying leading countries and the top 15 production companies in each sector.

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Online Course: Algae Production Certification Course

Name of Provider: National Algae Association Type: introduce individuals to the multifaceted concepts of not only strain selection, cultivation, harvesting, and bioproduction methods; but also the economic considerations prevalent in the commercial algae production industry. Course: NAA Algae Production and Certification Course Course description: The National Algae

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EIA: E85 Fuel Becoming Price-Competitive with Gasoline in US Midwest

by Conglin Xu (Oil & Gas Journal)  E85 motor fuel—gasoline blended with as much as 85% ethanol and commonly used by flexible-fuel vehicles (FFV) in the US and Europe—is becoming increasingly price-competitive with gasoline in several Midwestern states on an energy-content basis,

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Ethanol Requirements Good, Not Bad, for America's Economy, Energy Security

by Pam Johnson (Fox News) Opinion:   ...That critique has been around for years. But it doesn't jibe with the facts. Indeed, Big Oil's call to loosen the nation's ethanol requirements is misguided. Corn-based fuel has proven to be a clean-burning

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Letter, 9/22: Facts on Ethanol

by Todd Brodersen  (Lincoln Journal Star)  In a response to Todd Sneller's letter, "Ethanol the choice for many reasons," Steven McManus responded negatively and seemed to substitute fiction for fact to make his points ("Ethanol costly, inefficient," Sept. 10). McManus took exception

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NASCAR Putting Pedal to the Metal on Ethanol

by Gabrielle Karol (Fox Business)  When it comes to defending ethanol’s reputation, Illinois Corn Growers Association president Paul Taylor simply points to the race track. In a Conference Room interview with FBN’s Jeff Flock at Chicagoland Speedway, Taylor says the 4 million

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The Pope Runs on Biofuels. Why Can't You?

by Maxx Chatsko (The Motley Fool)  The Vatican splashed down in the news feeds of green enthusiasts everywhere last week when it announced that Pope Francis will trade in his Ford Focus for a 1984 Renault 4. The vehicle was

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Report: Bioenergy Deployment Consortium Fall Symposium

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  In Canada, the Biofuels Development Consortium held their 2013 Fall Symposium a little early this year in Sarnia, Ontario, Canada on August 27–28, its first meeting outside the U.S. Sarnia is known for their petroleum industry

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Indonesian Government Forces Shell, Total to Boost Biodiesel Mix

by Amahl S. Azwar  (The Jakarta Post)  PT Shell Indonesia and PT Total Oil Indonesia will have to increase the proportion of biodiesel in the diesel fuel mix they sell at their gas stations to at least 10 percent by

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An Ethanol-Fueled Comeback for Sugar Beets

by Alice Daniel  (California Report)  California once grew a lot of sugar beets to supply the state's sugar mills. Most of those the mills are closed now, and farmers have turned to other row crops. But in the Central Valley, growers

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Iowa Cellulosic Ethanol Plant Opens Next Year

(Associated Press/Lincoln Journal Star)  South Dakota-based Poet LLC and its Dutch partner say a cellulosic ethanol plant being built in northwest Iowa will open early next year. By next summer, Poet-DSM Advanced Biofuels should have any glitches worked out at the

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Show Me the Gallons: KiOR’s Progress towards Steady-State Operations

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  Landmark cellulosic drop-in biofuels producer releases update on early-stage production: is the increasing gallonage enough to silence the critics? ... In July and August, the Columbus facility produced 172,398 gallons of fuel, bringing the 2013 production

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Algae Biofuel Can Cut CO2 Emissions by at Least 50% Petroleum Fuels

(UPI.com)  Algae-derived biofuels can reduce the life cycle of carbon dioxide emissions by at least 50 percent compared to petroleum fuels, a U.S. university study found. The peer-review study -- the first to analyze real-world data from an existing algae-to-energy demonstration

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ABO Encourages CCR and CCS

(Algae Industry Magazine)  The Algae Biomass Organization (ABO) has just encouraged the EPA to include the carbon capture and reuse (CCR) as an approved strategy for compliance under its New Source Performance Standard, a draft version of which was released

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Ethanol Blend Wall? What Blend Wall?

by Ned Stowe (Environmental and Energy Study Institute)  The oil industry has formally petitioned the EPA to reduce the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) volume requirements for 2014, arguing that the ethanol market is saturated. But now that corn and ethanol

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Cellulosic Leaders Talk Feedstock Procurement at Nebraska Event

by Chris Hanson (Ethanol Producer Magazine)  In front of an attentive crowd at the 2013 National Advanced Biofuels Conference & Expo in Omaha, Neb., representatives from Abengoa Bioenergy S.A., Poet-DSM Advanced Biofuels LLC and Ineos Bio presented updates on their

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Seminar Focuses on Corn Stover as a Biofuel Feedstock

by Anna Simet (Ethanol Producer Magazine)  As a precursor to the National Advanced Biofuel Conference and Expo in Omaha, Neb., Sept. 10-12, the Corn Stover Harvest & Transport Seminar hashed over the technological, logistical and environmental issues of using corn

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Gas Prices Stuck at $3 and Above

by Joanna Schroeder (DomesticFuel.com)  Today (September 17, 2013) marks the 1,000th day in a row that gas prices have been above $3 per gallon. While ethanol provides drivers savings while filling up, AAA says that these gas prices are here

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Report Recommends Improvements to RFS Monitoring

by Erin Voegele (Biomass Magazine)  The U.S. EPA Office of Inspector General has released a report recommending ways the agency should improve monitoring activities for the renewable fuel standard (RFS) program. According to the report, the audit was conducted in

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Clearing Up A Few Myths About Brazilian Biofuels Trade

by Leticia Phillips (The Energy Collective/UNICA) ...  Let’s turn to the facts to debunk two leading myths circulating around Washington, D.C. about Brazilian sugarcane ethanol. Myth #1: Brazil can’t supply sufficient sugarcane ethanol to meet America’s needs. Reality: Brazilian sugarcane ethanol is on

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Is Ethanol Starving Africa?

by Amar Toor (The Verge)  Accusations of land grabbing revive debate over "food versus fuel"  ... But some experts say that when it comes to biofuels and food security, it’s not an “either-or” question. "At the moment we have a false dichotomy

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Zip’s Military Cooking Fuel UK Launch at DSEI

(DSEI)  Zip is unveiling its NEW, powerful, lightweight, non-toxic Military Cooking Fuel at the DSEI exhibition in London in September 2013. On show in the UK for the first time, Zip’s unique formulation is made from naturally-derived, fully sustainable biofuel.The product,

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Biofuel Pilot Plant Planned for Site of fFrmer Bowater Mersey Mill

(Pulp and Paper Canada)  A pilot project to convert wood into biofuels has plans to be operational by next February after getting loans from the province of Nova Scotia. The Chronicle Herald reported Aug. 30 that Cellufuel Inc. is receiving a

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POLL: 8 in 10 Want E15 Renewable Fuel at Their Local Gas Station

(Fuels America)  After 1,002 consecutive days of paying more than $3 for a gallon of gas, Americans are demanding choices at the pump. Our new poll found that 82% of US adults support having E15, renewable fuel made of 15

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Biofuel Crop in Need of Insurance Protection, Says University Professor

by Claire Everett (Daily Illini)  ... Jody Endres, professor in environmental, natural resources and energy law, said while the USDA and other government agencies employ a variety of methods to encourage the growing of miscanthus for biofuel production, there is no crop

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ARPA-E Awards $34M in R&D for Advanced Liquid Fuels from Methane

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  In Washington, the US Department of Energy announced that 15 breakthrough energy projects will receive approximately $34 million from the Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) via the REMOTE program (Reducing Emissions using Methanotrophic Organisms for

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New Study: Algae Biofuel Cuts CO2 >50% vs. Petroleum

(Algae Industry Magazine)  Algae-derived biofuel can reduce life cycle CO2 emissions by 50 to 70 percent compared to petroleum fuels, and is approaching a similar Energy Return on Investment (EROI) as conventional petroleum, according to a new peer-reviewed paper published in

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Ninth Circuit Upholds California's Low Carbon Fuel Standard

by Dana Hull (San Jose Mercury News)  In a victory for environmentalists, clean energy advocates and state regulators, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals upheld California's clean-fuel standards in a 2-1 decision Wednesday. The fuel standard is a cornerstone of

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Accusing RFS of Driving Food Prices is a Whopper

by Joanna Schroeder (DomesticFuel.com)  The National Council of Chain Restaurants (NCCR), the lobbying arm for the fast food industry, is returning to the Hill today to continue its anti-RFS (Renewable Fuel Standard) campaign. Food preparation is a tough job. With rising

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Argentinean Biofuels Production

by Cindy Zimmerman (DomesticFuel.com)  ... Argentine ethanol production is much smaller, but on the rise. “I would say that Argentina is moving forward with corn-based bioethanol, but we are betting on sugarcane bioethanol,” Argentina’s Secretary to the Minister of Agriculture Lorenzo

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Rep. Enyart Calls for Energy Independence, Growing Agriculture Economy With New Bill

(Congressman Bill Enyart (D-IL))  Legislation Would Support Research & Development for Biofuels in U.S. Air Force Surrounded by agriculture leaders at a farm near Scott Air Force Base, Congressman Bill Enyart (D-IL) today announced a major push to power the nation’s

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Iowa Biodiesel Board Survey Shows Iowans Bullish on Biodiesel

(Iowa Biodiesel Board/Biodiesel Magazine)  New public opinion research commissioned by the Iowa Biodiesel Board shows strong awareness of—and favorability towards—biodiesel. The research, conducted in early September, shows 87 percent of Iowans surveyed are familiar with biodiesel. Of those familiar, 74 percent

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Tri-State Biodiesel's Triple Play in Fashion, Tribute and Heating

by Ron Kotrba (Biodiesel Magazine)  ...Dehran Duckworth, a managing partner at Tri-State Biodiesel, said this was the first year Tri-State Biodiesel won the contract to supply the Aggreko plc generators and temperature control equipment for the virtual “tent city” with

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STUDY 198 -Biodiesel Industry Insight

(CIMA Green)  In the spring and summer of 2013 CIMA Green, LLC joined with Augsburg Energy, LLC to conduct a survey of the US biodiesel industry. The goal was to obtain a more comprehensive perspective on biodiesel plant status and

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US Soybean Oil Demand Gets Big Boost from Biodiesel Industry

(The United Soybean Board/Biodiesel Magazine)  The biodiesel that fuels semis, farm tractors and bus fleets continues to fuel market potential for U.S. soybean oil and profit opportunities for U.S. soybean farmers. In order to meet federal biodiesel-usage requirements of 1.28 billion

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Trains to Be Trialed on Jatropha Biodiesel

(Biofuels International)  Biodiesel made via jatropha has been cleared for field trials on trains in India. The Research Design Standard Organisation, a division of Indian Railways, has passed the fuel developed by the Central Salt Marine and Chemical Research Institute to

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SkyNRG Diversifies with Schiphol Agreement to Supply Sustainable Diesel for Ground Vehicles

(GreenAir Online)  Amsterdam-based sustainable jet fuel company SkyNRG is to supply Schiphol Airport with a 30% sustainable waste based diesel for its ground transport vehicles. The agreement follows a successful pilot in 2011-12 in which 45 vehicles were tested on

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An NGO Message for the ICAO Assembly: Introduce a Global Market-Based Measure Now

(GreenAir Online)  ...  On regional measures, where the subtext is aviation’s future in the EU Emissions Trading Scheme (EU ETS), any environmental credibility was nullified by US insistence on limiting emissions covered to those within regional airspace. If all 191 member

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New Biodiesel Facility for Tunisia

(Biofuels International)  Incbio, a Portugal-based biodiesel technology provider, has signed a contract with Biokast Energy to supply an 8,000 tonne capacity a year ultrasonic biodiesel plant for installation in Tunisia, North Africa. The pair expect the plant, to be located in

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Helping Bacteria Tolerate Biofuels

by Erika Gebel Berg  (Chemical and Engineering News)  Protein Engineering: Scientists evolve a bacterial protein pump that pulls butanol out of cells to make microbes into better biofuel factories Biologists can engineer microorganisms to make biofuels, such as butanol or octanol,

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Southeast Asian Airlines Drafting Biofuel Roadmap

by Boonsong Kositchotethana  (Bangkok Post)  Airlines in Southeast Asia have begun to draw up plans to develop affordable and sustainable aviation biofuels. On Friday, the first workshop under the Southeast Asia Sustainable Aviation Fuel Initiative (SEASAFI) gathered policymakers, regulators, industry stakeholders

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Evofuel's Improved Castor Seeds Expected to Go Commercial in 2016

(Evogene, Ltd./Biodiesel Magazine)  Evogene Ltd., a plant genomics company specializing in enhancing crop productivity for the food, feed and biofuel industries, announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, Evofuel Ltd., has completed three years of successful field trials in Brazil for

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Algae Aquaculture for Bioethanol Production

(The Fish Site)  A team of European scientists is on a mission to prove that microalgae can be used to produce bioethanol as a biofuel for less than €0.40 a litre. ... The EU-funded project DEMA ('Direct Ethanol from MicroAlgae') is focusing

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USDA Solicits Additional Bids Under the Feedstock Flexibility Program

(US Department of Agriculture)  The Farm Service Agency (FSA) of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) today announced another iteration of the Feedstock Flexibility Program (FFP). These invitations are subsequent to the first series of invitations issued Aug. 15. Congress created

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Graphene Nanochem PLC : PlatClear Receives EPA Approval

(4-Traders.com/Graphene NanoChem plc)   Graphene NanoChem (AIM: GRPH), the performance chemicals and advanced materials company, is pleased to announce that PlatClear, the Group's waste-based second generation biofuel and the Group's Senawang chemicals facility ("Senawang") have both received approval from the US

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API Releases More of the Same Old, Disproven Misinformation

(Growth Energy)  Following the American Petroleum Institutes’ recent release of skewed data used to advance their flawed agenda to repeal the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS), Tom Buis CEO of Growth Energy released the following statement: “Once again, API has held another

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Switzer Builds 2000 hp Ethanol-Fueled Nissan GTR (w/ video)

by Jo Borras (Gas 2)  Switzer Performance has carved out a few special little performance niches for itself in recent years – most notably in alternative fuels tuning and for “advancing the state of the art” when it comes to electronic engine

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$100M Biodiesel Fraud in Indiana? E-Biofuels Ring Nabbed by Feds

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  In Indiana, federal officials are saying that a group of biodiesel operators associated with E-Biofuels stole nearly $100 million in a fraud scheme, and seven have been arrested in what has been described as the

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Project on Bioenergy in Africa Successfully Completed

(Netzwerk Biotriebstoffe)  The ERA-ARD project “Bioenergy in Africa: Opportunities and Risks of Jatropha and Related Crops” was officially closed at the end of March 2013. Within this project the coordinator published 5 Policy Briefs with the results of the project

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Future Perspectives of International Bioenergy Trade

by Matzenberger, J., Daioglou, V., Junginger, M., Keramidas, K., Kranzl, L., Tromborg, E. ( IEA Bioenergy Task 40)  According to IEA World Energy Outlook 2012, primary demand for bioenergy will strongly increase up to the year 2035, the demand for biofuels and biomass

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New Approach to Upstream Verification of Waste Materials Released

(Biofuels International)  The Roundtable on Sustainable Biomaterials (RSB), a voluntary sustainability scheme approved by the European Union, has introduced a new report regarding upstream verification for waste materials. The RBS, which covers all types of feedstock and all biomaterial products, outlines

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In the Black: Advanced Biofuels and Chems: Sizzling Carbon and Parity-Pricing Updates

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  A report published by strategic energy consultancy Element Energy finds that by 2030, higher levels of advanced biofuels could cut Britain’s annual car CO2 emissions by 27% or 12 million tonnes a year — at

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‘Sorghum Ethanol’ Is a Topic in Nebraska

by Ken Anderson (Brownfield Ag News)  Sorghum Field Days are being held at six locations in Nebraska this week.  One of the stops will be the John Dvoracek farm near Farwell, where there are more than 50 sorghum varieties planted

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Summer Volatility Restrictions on E15 End, Fuel Now Available

by Holly Jessen (Ethanol Producer Magazine)  E15 is again available after summer volatility restrictions ended Sept. 15.  ... E15 is approved for use with vehicles model year 2001 and newer. However, because the U.S. EPA has awarded E10 a waiver to

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Amyris Applies for RSB Sustainbility Certification

(Amyris)  Amyris's Farnesene Production Unit would be First RSB-Certified Plant in Brazil The RSB Services Foundation, the implementing entity of the Roundtable on Sustainable Biomaterials (RSB), a global sustainability standard and certification system for biofuels and biomaterials production, is pleased to

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Product May Clean up Mine Tailings

by Julie Hare (The Australian)  Researchers from James Cook University are close to producing a low-cost biofuel extracted from seaweed that will be powerful enough to fly jet aircraft. That same seaweed may also have helped to clean up tailings at a

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Ukrainian Grain Company Wins Certificate for EU Biofuel Supplies

by Alexander Bor  (Platts)  Ukraine's State Food Grain Corporation, one of the country's largest grain traders, has won a certificate allowing it to export raw materials for biofuel production in the EU, the company said Friday.  "After getting access to

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As Miscanthus Crop Matures, Producers Find More Uses

by Chris Kick (Farm and Dairy)  ...At 10 feet tall and higher, (Jon) Griswold’s “giant miscanthus” surpasses even the tallest of corn hybrids and the tallest of farmers. And its dense, wide-reaching foliage makes for a fort-like appearance from the roads. ...Griswold

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Brazil’s Big Six in Advanced Biofuels & Chemicals: Who’s Doing What Now?

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  After taking a leading role in the global first generation wave of ethanol production, here come the Brazilians — with some hot North American technologies in tow — to take on next-generation biofuels and chemicals.

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Algix Welcomes Guests to Grand Opening

by Josh Bergeron (Selma Times-Journal)  ...Algix, a company based in Georgia, opened its newest facility in Dallas County that will help turn catfish-pond algae into biodegradable plastic. “It’s really quite a revolutionary to take algae, which is seen as waste, into a

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Methane Emissions from Onshore Natural Gas Drilling Found Lower than Estimates

by Steven Mufson (The Washington Post)  A new study by the University of Texas at Austin shows that methane emissions from onshore natural gas drilling are much lower than previous estimates, in part because of the effectiveness of techniques required

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Volunteer Profile: Peter Davey

By Nicholas De Filippis  (Advanced Biofuels USA)  Successful pioneers have been remembered for ages for their discoveries. Christopher Columbus, Albert Einstein, and Marie Curie were all pioneers in their fields. Peter Davey, the first intern at Advanced Biofuels USA to

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CALL FOR PAPERS: RETECH 2014 September 3-5 National Harbor, MD DEADLINE: October 18, 2013

RETECH 2014 will take place September 3-5, at the Gaylord National in National Harbor, MD just south of Washington, DC, and serves the entire renewable energy marketplace. RETECH brings together key stakeholders from the vertical markets within renewable energy (wind,

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Are Lower Fat DDGs Still Economical?

by Barb Glen (Western Producer)  Lower fat content in corn-based dried distillers grains imported by Canadian livestock feeders has caught many by surprise. Feed suppliers and feedlot operators who use the ethanol production byproduct have become accustomed to DDG fat content

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Day: Fort Dodge Ethanol Plant Deemed Healthy

by Larry Kershner (The Messenger)  ...While employees were treated to a company lunch under an awning outdoors, Bill Day, vice president of media and community relations, held a press conference to discuss the outlook for the Valero plant and ethanol

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‘Blend Wall’ Closes in, and Lobbies Spar over Impact

by Javier E. David (CNBC)   ..."They act as if they didn't see this coming," said Adam Monroe, president of Novozymes North America, a biotechnoloy company that makes enzymes used in biofuel production. Given the onset of the 2008 recession

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New Ethanol Survey Misleads Consumers

by Joanna Schroeder (DomesticFuel.com)  A new online survey conducted by Harris Interactive finds that U.S. consumers are ill-prepared for the introduction of higher ethanol fuel blends such as E15. Commissioned by the Outdoor Power Equipment Institute (OPEI) the survey is misleading because

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Sundrop Hopes New Plant Fuels Renewable-Energy Growth

by Jeff Thomas (Boulder County Business Report)  ... “You have to have hydrogen to mass produce renewable biofuels. Natural gas is cost effective and it’s plentiful,” said Steven Silvers, spokesman for Sundrop Fuels Inc. “Every gallon of domestically made biofuel is

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IATA Calls for Smarter Eastern European Aviation

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has urged governments in Eastern Europe to work with industry stakeholders to realise the benefits of aviation across the region. "Aviation connectivity can play a key role in the economic success of Eastern Europe. But

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Running Late, 4FRI Plan Gets New Steward

by Raquel Hendrickson (Bugle/Verde Independent)  ... The unprecedented project intends to treat and restore ponderosa pine forests in the Coconino, Kaibab, Tonto and Apache-Sitgreaves national forests in Arizona. Now, the massive stewardship contract has been transferred from Pioneer Forest Projects to

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Washington State University Tri-Cities to Head Federal Jet Bio-fuel Research Center

by Anna King (KPLU)  Washington State University will lead a new federal research center focused on finding new biofuels for jet airplanes. ...WSU will work closely with the FAA, MIT near Boston and the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. The project,

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Wall St. Exploits Ethanol Credits, and Prices Spike

by Gretchen Morgenson and Robert Gebeloff (The New York Times)  ...But a little known market in ethanol credits has also become a hot new game on Wall Street. ...But many people believe that is what happened this year when the price

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Farmer’s Markets

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  As farmer’s markets boom — bringing great foods and prices directly to consumers — what can we learn about the real story of food vs fuel, when it comes to the use of crops that

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CALL FOR PAPERS: European Biomass Conference and Exhibition June 23-26, 2014 Hamburg, Germany DEADLINE: October 28, 2013

The European Biomass Conference and Exhibition (EU BC&E) ranks as one of the top world leading events in the Biomass sector, combining a highly respected international Conference with an Industrial Exhibition. It highlights progress in research, technological development and production processes. It brings together

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CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS: Ecochem November 19-20, 2013 Basel, Switzerland DEADLINE: September 27, 2013

We bring together the world’s most influential industry and government leaders, scientists, young future leaders and innovators from across the chemical industry and value chains to accelerate innovation, research, commercialisation and market uptake in the design, production and use of

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CALL FOR PAPERS: Canadian Renewable Fuels Summit 2013 December 2-4, 2013 Montreal, Quebec, Canada DEADLINE: October 4, 2013

Canada is now a frontrunner in the worldwide effort to create clean, renewable sources of transportation fuel. The benefits of this approach are many. From an economic standpoint, our industry generates $2 billion in economic activity each and every year

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USDA Announces Support for Producers of Advanced Biofuel

(US Department of Agriculture)  Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced today that the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is making payments to support the production of advanced biofuel. USDA is making nearly $15.5 million in payments to 188 producers through the

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Scientific Symposium on the Toxicology of Alternate Fuels

(EurekAlert)   "Biofuel" has become a global buzzword, with cars and trucks powered by fuel made from corn, corncobs and stalks, switchgrass and even waste oil from cooking french fries, envisioned as a way to stretch out supplies of crude oil

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Follow-up Audit of the Department of Energy's Financial Assistance for Integrated Biorefinery Projects

(U.S. Department of Energy)  ...Despite over 7 years of effort and the expenditure of about $603 million, the Department had not yet achieved its biorefinery development and production goals. Specifically, the EPAct mandate 2 to demonstrate the commercial application of integrated biorefineries

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New Biodiesel Facility for Tunisia

(Biofuels International)  Incbio, a Portugal-based biodiesel technology provider, has signed a contract with Biokast Energy to supply an 8,000 tonne capacity a year ultrasonic biodiesel plant for installation in Tunisia, North Africa. The pair expect the plant, to be located in

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Biodiesel Feedstock Plantation Certified Sustainable

by John Davis (DomesticFuel.com)  One of Cargill’s palm oil plantations in Indonesia used for providing a feedstock for biodiesel is certified as a sustainable operation. The company announced the PT Harapan Sawit Lestari (HSL) plantation was awarded the certification under the International

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Marine Biofuel Plant Planned for Development in Denmark

by Erin Voegele (Biomass Magazine)  The Denmark-based Port of Frederikshavn, Canadian biofuel company Steeper Energy, and Denmark-based Aalborg University have announced a partnership to develop a biofuel plant in Denmark that will produce sulphur-free, drop-in marine fuel from wood feedstock. ... Roughly

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8 Billion Gallons of Fuel from Corn Crop Waste: USDA, Iowa State Report Confirms Potential

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  Corn stover. It’s that inedible leftover from the corn crop, and if you’ve ever noted how big a corn plant is in comparison to the size of the ear, you know there’s a lot of

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Leveling That Old Playing Field: As Biofuels Rise, What about Biobased Chemicals?

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  ... (B)iobased chemical producers have been mentioning for some time that, ahem, there’s no Renewable Chemical Standard, no tax incentive, no RINs for them – and they help reduce carbon, too. It becomes especially complex when

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U.S. to Pass Russia in Liquid Fuels Production, Says IEA

by Benoit Faucon, Wayne Ma and Summer Said (The Wall Street Journal)  A top energy watchdog forecast the U.S. will bypass Russia in the production of liquid fuels—everything from crude and gasoline to biofuels like ethanol—solidifying America's growing importance in

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A Market in Desperate Need of Transparency

by Mike Lux (Huffington Post)  ...If the 2009 financial crisis taught us anything, it's that market manipulation and speculation is a recipe for disaster. Four years later, we don't seem to have learned our lesson. Wall Street has found another,

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Ohio Firm Will Buy Little Falls Ethanol Plant: Green Biologics to Make Butanol with Facility

(St. Cloud Times)  The Central Minnesota Ethanol Co-op on Wednesday made a deal to allow Green Biologics Inc. to acquire substantially all of its assets. CMEC was established in 1995 as an ethanol company based in Little Falls. Green Biologics, which specializes

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Analyst Says Ethanol Rush Is Over, Corn May Drop to $3.25

by Brett Wessler (Ag Professional)  Livestock producers are likely to see shrinking feed costs ahead with one market analyst forecasting lower corn prices as ethanol demand will be “flat-lining” into 2022. Dan Basse, AgResource Company, told the good news to cattle producers

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How Big Poultry Sided with Big Oil

By Reid Detchon (The Baltimore Sun)  Our ability to break our dependence on foreign oil is threatened by the effort to repeal the Renewable Fuel Standard Oil is essential to our economic and national security because our transportation system runs on

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CA Ethanol and Power Project Approved by Board of Supervisors

by Krista Daly  (Imperial Valley Press)  The California Ethanol and Power Project is moving forward with its plan to generate clean fuel from sugar cane and sweet sorghum. Imperial County Board of Supervisors approved seven resolutions Tuesday dealing with water, zoning,

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Researchers Create Biofuel out of Used Coffee Grounds

By James A. Foley (Nature World News)  An estimated 1 million tons of coffee grounds are generated by java-loving Americans each year, and researchers at the University of Cincinnati have found a way to take what is usually thrown in

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E15 Additions At the Right Price

by Joanna Schroeder (DomesticFuel.com)  According to some new information from the Petroleum Equipment Institute (PEI), the cost of upgrading an existing retail gas station to sell E15 is much less than recently suggested by ethanol opponents. For the past year, several stations throughout

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Celebvocate: Neil Young for Ethanol, Farm Bill

by Reliable Source (The Washinton Post) ...Event: National Farmers Union rally promoting passage of a five-year farm bill and touting the renewable fuel standard.   Venue: Capitol Hill’s Lower Senate Park.   ...What he wants: Fuel standards mandating an increased amount

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V4 Agriculture Group Urge EU Support for Biofuel

by MTI  (Politics.HU)  The agricultural chambers of the Visegrad Four countries called on European decision-makers to support sustainable, crop-based biofuels, at a meeting of their leaders in Szekszard in southern Hungary on Monday. The V4 group of the Czech Republic, Hungary,

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Food Price Fears Push EU Lawmakers to Put a Lid on Biofuels Growth

(EurActiv)  The European Parliament has voted to limit the use of fuels made from food crops because of fears that biofuels can push up grain prices or damage the climate, further undermining the once booming industry. Lawmakers voting in Strasbourg on

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