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Romney's Wind Stance Raises Iowa Risks
Steve King, a Republican, worries that Mr. Romney's stance on wind mirrors John McCain's “reactionary” stance in 2008 against ethanol, another key local energy issue. (Ethanol isn't an issue this year because Congress finally killed its tax credit last ...
Wilbur Ross: These Energy Trades Permanently Changed
However don't paint all railroads with one brush, “Others do a big business hauling nat gas, ethanol and other liquids.
Khosla-Backed Coskata Shelves IPO, Shifting Focus to Gas
Coskata Inc., a biofuel company backed by venture capitalist Vinod Khosla, shelved its $100 million initial public offering and is seeking investors for a plant that will convert natural gas into ethanol. Unfavorable market conditions were the main ...
125 biodiesel, advanced biofuel producers get $19.4M from USDA
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced payments for 125 advanced biofuel producers across the country to support the production and expansion of advanced biofuels from a wide variety of nonfood sources, including waste products.
U.S. Corn Growers Farming in Hell as Heat Spreads: Commodities
The worst U.S. drought since Ronald Reagan was president is withering the world's largest corn crop, and the speed of the damage may spur the government to make a record cut in its July estimate for domestic inventories.
Top U.S. Solar Company Profits Amid Red for Industry: Energy
MidAmerican Energy Holdings Co., a unit of Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc., agreed on Dec. 7 to buy the Topaz Solar Farm in California developed by First Solar.
Former Absolute Fuels CEO arrested, criminal proceedings begin
Criminal proceedings are underway against Jeffrey David Gunselman, former CEO of Texas-based Absolute Fuels, in U.S. District Court as Judge Sam Cummings filed an official complaint last week authorizing Gunselman's arrest.
Worst-in-Generation Drought Dims US Farm Economy Hopes
The drought is eroding the profit outlook for Archer Daniels Midland Co. by boosting costs for the world's largest corn processor, according to Topeka Capital Markets Inc., a broker-dealer with offices in Chicago and New York. The outlook for ADM's ...
RBS Wins Dismissal of Mill Financial Claim
“We do believe that the Brazilian sugar cane milling and also ethanol industry is at a turning point, that we hit the bottom,” said Schroder of Bunge, which moves about 6.5 million tons a year in its sugar and bioenergy division.
Green Diesel offices raided, Absolute Fuels CEO remains in custody
I feel more like a federal crime reporter lately than a biodiesel editor. The former CEO of Absolute Fuels, the second “biodiesel firm” implicated in RIN fraud, was arrested late last week and remains in federal custody.