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Biodiesel Dumping Controversy Pushes German Producer to Cut Production

Submitted by on April 12, 2018 – 5:18 pmNo Comment

(Biofuels International)  German renewable fuel producer Natural Energy West is to reduce its biodiesel output by 50%. According to Reuters, the company is making the cuts in response to surging biodiesel imports from Indonesia and Argentina to the EU.

Reuters reports that the company will cut output ‘immediately and for an indefinite period’. Natural Energy West produces around 240,000 tonnes of biodiesel a year from its plant in Marl.

It is the second biodiesel producer to reduce or cut production in recent weeks in response to the surge in imports. As Biofuels International reported in March, Archer Daniels Midland Company temporarily ceased production at its facility in Mainz.

Since 2013 a controversy has surrounded alleged dumping of Argentine and Indonesian biodiesel into the EU market. The trading bloc placed anti-dumping duties on imports from the two countries, but faced continued resistance, culminating in the European Court of Justice ordering the bloc to remove the duties in March of this yearREAD MORE

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