Volume 11, Issue 1
Published: January 27, 2017
The new year has seen increasing mandates andhigher greenhouse gas (GHG) requirementsacross many countries withinthe EU. Coupled with are surgent mineral oil sector,the year has started with enthusiasm.... [Read more]
The surprise election of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States has sparked concern that the ten-year old Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) might come under attack by his administration, despite... [Read more]
Brazil is committed to doubling its domestic usage of ethanol over the next 15 years,a goal which undoubtedly sounds good for investors in the sector. The big question, of course, is can such an expansion... [Read more]
Production quotas for sugar and isoglucose will be eliminated in  as of 1 October,2017. Sugar beet growers will no longer benefit from a guaranteed minimum purchase price for their crop and sugar... [Read more]
As the global ethanol industry works to expand production, tackle climate change challenges, and grow a sustainable economy, it should consider the“Brazilian experience” with biomass and biofuel.... [Read more]
Emily Skor, CEO At Growth Energy. 2016 was a game-changing year for America’s biofuel industry. From exports to the production of cellulosic biofuels, we set a new pace for success. And for the first... [Read more]
Maximising profits by operating the most efficient process possible is the primary goal of all biofuel companies. To help create efficient operations,companies use process simulation, which is the application... [Read more]
As the 115th US Congress begins in Washington, DC, comprehensive tax reform is set to be one of the top priorities for congressional leadership and for the new Trump administration. There is a high likelihood... [Read more]
The 2017 growth edgef or the US ethanol industry will be the implementation of kernel fibre technology and product diversification to include D3 cellulosic ethanol. Kernel fibre technology has inherent... [Read more]
The Asia-Pacific regionis a large growth market for green energy consumption of biofuels. But Thailand, in particular, stands out. Due to existing capacity and its robust domestic ethanol market structure,... [Read more]
Microbes can convert everything from agricultural waste to urban refuse into molecules of great value– food, medicines, useful chemicals, and, perhaps most ambitiously, fuels. Not very long ago,... [Read more]
Plants using large quantities of straw as feedstock have existed for a while, and due to the CO2 reduction schemes around the world, more will come. Straw is a natural and non-uniform product, which is... [Read more]
The world is shifting inexorably – ifat an uncertain speed – away from fossil fuels. One California headquarted company is aiming to help with bringing a low-cost solution to some of the world’s... [Read more]