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Volume 1, Issue 2
Published: May 1, 2007
US National Biodiesel Board comments on the support given to biodiesel. ... [Read more]
In a document released by the South African Government at the end of last year, the programme for developing a biofuels industry is outlined for discussion by stakeholders. In essence, the Government wants... [Read more]
Biofuels have slowly become part of the landscape in Europe- not only in the countryside as fields have been turned to produce biofuel feedstock - but also at filling station forecourts where drivers are... [Read more]
With climate change climbing up the political agenda, the biofuels industry has looked set to enjoy a boom. ... [Read more]
As the ethanol industry shifts from traditional feedstocks, such as corn, to cellulosic biomass, producers will need to address possible material compatibility issues for safe and proper handling. ... [Read more]
Germany headquartered rail freight transportation company Transpetrol is one of the major Europeanplayers in the biofuels industry. ... [Read more]
Today, over 180,000 vehicles use biodiesel. With a distribution of 1.5 million tonnes in 2005, it is arguably the most important and marketable biofuel. ... [Read more]
The Renewable Transport Fuel Obligation (RTFO) legislation is intended to provide the market impetus necessary to deliver large volumes of liquid biofuels into the UK. ... [Read more]
Much has been written recently about biofuels and sustainability. Sadly, much of it is wrong. Over the past few months, the government has come in for a fair degree of criticism for moving too far, too... [Read more]
On average, three unit trains a week, which are typically 100 linked railcars, lumber in from ethanol production facilities in the midwest to Carson City, California, a key supply hub for ethanol in the... [Read more]
Biofuels have been likened to the dotcom boom, an environmental playground for shaky get-rich-quick schemes, and memories of that particular bubble bursting are still painfully fresh for many. ... [Read more]
Removing the impurities from raw materials used in biofuel production is a basic requirement in order to eliminate fibrous materials and contaminants. ... [Read more]
The small/medium biodiesel production sector is rapidly expanding as more production facilities start up and biodiesel increases in popularity. ... [Read more]
With changes to tax laws in many countries favouring biofuels, businesses such as farming and haulage are diversifying into fuel production, sometimes with more enthusiasm than expertise. ... [Read more]