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  1. Gevo Secures 2 Quarters Of Funding But Nothing MoreRead the original story w/Photo

    55 min ago | Seeking Alpha

    ... right around the corner (SOURCE: GEVO Alaska Airlines PR)," The airline has set a goal to using sustainable aviation biofuel at one or more of its airports by 2020". Hey Pat (Gruber, referring to the CEO of GEVO), when can we expect licensing deals? ...

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  2. Cutting Warming to 1.5A C Could Endanger Food SupplyRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Truthdig

    ... that so far remains untested on a large scale. It would also increase hunger, as the crops needed to produce enough biofuel would compete for land with food plants. Another idea is to grow more forests, which would sequester carbon in their trees, ...

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  3. Unilever uses food waste to save over 1 million metric tons of C02Read the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Inhabitat

    ... anaerobic digester to generate power to make-you guessed it-Marmite. One of the greater issues associated with biofuel is that the sheer amount of grain required to create it could potentially feed millions of people. Proving that there's life ...

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  4. UK wheat stocks to end season near record highRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | Agrimoney.com

    ... levels pre-2012, with imports remaining far stronger this season than had been expected. While the Vivergo and Ensus biofuel plants, with capacity to consume more than 1m tonnes of wheat between them, have altered somewhat the UK's demand dynamics, ...

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  5. Darling Ingredients: At the MarginRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | Alternative Energy Stocks

    ... personal care manufacturers and textile users, among others. Darling used to sell its non-edible oils to the biofuel industry until it entered into a joint venture called Diamond Green Diesel with oil and gas giant Valero Energy, Inc. (VLO: NYSE). ...

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  6. Apprehension grows as EPA prepares to issue new rules for clean fuelsRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Washington Examiner

    The oil and biofuel industries are both expressing fears that the Environmental Protection Agency may be getting it wrong, as the agency prepares to issue its latest attempt to redesign its flagship renewable fuels program. The Renewable Fuel Standard is slated to be re-proposed June 1 after months of delays that both biofuels and oil industry groups complain have led to extreme uncertainty.

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  7. Brazil CS cane crush to rise, but sugar output to drop - UnicaRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | Agrimoney.com

    ... market, and the potential ethanol price in the domestic market, still show a recipe favourable for making biofuel," Mr Rodrigues said. Centre South production of ethanol, demand for which has been supported by tax and blending changes in Brazil, ...

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  8. Study Reports Palm Will Provide 45% Of The Global Vegetable Oil Market In Five YearsRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | Agri Marketing

    ... crop. Palm oil is predominantly consumed for food applications. In the last decade, palm oil consumption for Biofuel has increased considerably. Global palm oil production is expected to grow at a CAGR (Compound Annual Growth Rate) of 5.9% in the ...

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  9. API: Consumers demand for ethanol free gasoline is strong and risingRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Boating Industry

    ... was 3.4 and has reached almost 7 percent in 2014. "The EPA must take this into account as it prepares to release biofuel mandates for 2014, 2015 and 2016," API Downstream Group Director Bob Greco told reporters in a joint conference call Wednesday ...

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  10. Oilseeds send ADM profits upRead the original story

    17 hrs ago | The Western Producer

    Archer Daniels Midland has reported higher-than-expected quarterly profit on strong oilseed crushing margins and robust global demand for soybean meal.a However, revenue fell 15 percent because the strong dollar limited U.S. grain exports, and corn processing profit fell on weak ethanol margins and lower biofuel production volumes.a Revenue dropped to $17.51 billion from $20.70 billion a year earlier. Analysts, on average, expected revenue of $20.58 billion.a ADM's agricultural services business, its largest in terms of revenue, posted a net profit of $194 million, up from $142 million a year earlier.

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  11. Newly Created Fungus Is Part Human, Part YeastRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | How Stuff Works

    ... hurdles to clear before it could be a reality in cotton-growing areas. Food or energy? With gas prices soaring, biofuel advocates find themselves going toe-to-toe with farmers. Jatropha is an inedible plant whose seeds produce a liquid like palm oil ...

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  12. Solazyme's CEP Jonathan S. Wolfson To Receive The 2015 BIO George Washington Carver AwardRead the original story

    Yesterday | Agri Marketing

    ... and purchase Solazyme oils, making the company first to market with algae-based ingredients for chemicals and biofuel. In November of 2014, Solazyme was awarded the Presidential Green Chemistry Challenge for its groundbreaking microalgae-based ...

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  13. Mike Huckabee can't make up his mind about ethanolRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Grist Magazine

    ... sense in Iowa, where corn is big business. Ethanol made from corn constitutes the vast majority of domestic biofuel consumption. And roughly 40 percent of corn grown in the United States is used to produce ethanol. So it was a bit surprising when ...

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  14. Metro Vancouver support for Burrard Thermal comes with a catchRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | Langley Times

    ... said. "Natural gas is cleaner than the other fuels. It's cleaner than burning pellets and its cleaner than burning biofuel when you have to lose farmland to do it." The City of Port Moody, which stands to lose property tax grants if the plant is ...

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  15. Subsidize them! No, they hurt the poor and the environment! No, wait, we need mandatesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Mother Jones

    ... sense in Iowa, where corn is big business. Ethanol made from corn constitutes the vast majority of domestic biofuel consumption. And roughly 40 percent of corn grown in the United States is used to produce ethanol. So it was a bit surprising when ...

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  16. Women and Biodiversity Feed the World, Not Corporations and GMOsRead the original story

    Wednesday | Common Dreams

    ... Only 10 percent of the annual GMO corn and soya crop goes to feed people. The rest goes to animal feed and biofuel. This is clearly not a food system that feeds the world. Secondly, monocultures undermine nutrition by displacing the biodiversity ...

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  17. Labour leader quotesRead the original story

    Tuesday May 19 | Kiwiblog

    ... 2050. 50 by 50. We will write the target into law. 07 - National Ltda will provide a consistent incentive for both biofuel and biodiesel by exempting them from excise tax or road user charges 09 - If they came to us now with that proposal [re ...

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  18. Renewable Energy Mandates Under Fire for Huge Economic CostsRead the original story

    Wednesday | The Heartland Institute

    ... renewable power's legislated advantage, ethanol mandates have also fallen from favor at the federal level, and biofuel companies, according to The Economist, are starting to give up." In 2007, North Carolina became the first state in its region to ...

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  19. Biofuels Decision May Signal Big Oil's Influence in White House | CommentaryRead the original story

    Tuesday May 19 | Roll Call

    On June 1, the Environmental Protection Agency is scheduled to release its new plan for implementing the Renewable Fuel Standard. The RFS is a federal mandate dictating how many gallons of biofuel should be blended into our transportation fuel supply.

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  20. Crop-based biofuels will take years to truly help the environmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | Ars Technica

    ... improved this process through the development of a greenhouse gas payback time (GPBT), which assesses the impact of biofuel production on multiple classes of greenhouse gas emissions. The GPBT essentially indicates the number of years it takes ...

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