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Weyburn terminal posts rare loss
Reduced seeded acres and flooding have caused Weyburn Inland Terminal's first loss since 1985, says the company's chief executive officer.
First Dedicated Biorefinery Could Wean Hawaii Off Imported Oil
The same is true for other forms of transportation fuel, whether corn ethanol for cars or algal oil to power ships. The new ... Potential partners thus range from the U.S. Pacific Command (USPC), based in Honolulu, to local electricity cooperatives ...
Spiders in Borneo: The spiders who wouldn't be
After we catch the specimens, we preserve them that day in 95% ethanol. Traditionally spiders were preserved in 80% ethanol, which is better for studying their body structures (95% makes them brittle and prone to break), but 95% is much better for ...
Trash Saved by Waste Management Worth Up to $40 Billion
Waste Management owns 11 percent of Enerkem Inc. and 12.3 percent of Fulcrum BioEnergy Inc., which are developing systems to process waste into ethanol. It also has 25 percent of Agilyx Corp., which converts waste plastic into a synthetic crude oil.
Butamax Taps Fagen for First Ethanol-to-Butanol Conversion Plant
Butamax Advanced Biofuels LLC, a joint venture of BP Plc and DuPont Co., is working with the construction company Fagen Inc. to convert an ethanol plant in Minnesota to one that produces a more efficient renewable fuel. The plant will be the first ...
Green Chemicals Show Game-Changing Potential
A new generation of renewable-chemical startups could soon begin breaking the industrial behemoths' grip on the sector. Volatile oil prices could allow bio-based chemical-makers like Gevo and Solazyme Inc. to make inroads on their well-established ...
US-Philippine Troops Stage War Drills Despite China's Warnings
In an article published in Foreign Policy titled America's Pacific Century, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said in November that the future of politics will be decided in Asia.
Industry's Exhorbitant Cost Claims about Renewable Fuels Don't Hold Water
Antares Group Inc (2008). Strategic Assessment of Bioenergy Development in the West: Bioenergy Conversion Technology Characteristics.
Global food prices on the rise again, says World Bank
In addition, maize use for ethanol production in the United States has slowed down, remaining flat in 2011-12 after years of double-digit annual growth, and the Eurozone currency crisis is also contributing to keep demand, and therefore price pressures ...
Slumping U.S. Crop Reserves Raising Food Costs in Election Year
The grain, used mostly in livestock feed and to make ethanol, is the biggest U.S. crop by value, followed by soybeans, hay and wheat.