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Princeton says energy-dense slew of renewable and fossil resources could solve the nation's fuel shortages Princeton University is injecting itself into the corn ethanol debate , suggesting that the U.S. is moving in a very mistaken direction. In a new study published as a whitepaper in the AIChE Journal , the team suggests that 130 synthetic fuel plants built across the country could replace "dirty" corn ethanol, cut fuel shortages, and cut carbon emissions by a whopping 50 percent.
Construction is complete at ZeaChem Inc.’s advanced biofuel production facility in Boardman, Ore., and by the end of the year, the company expects to begin producing. The 250,000 gallons per year facility was finished on budget, according to the company, and will allow ZeaChem to utilize locally sourced willow and other biomass in its advanced fermentation process.
「緑の原油」（green crude）と呼ばれる藻類バイオ燃料の生産を手掛けるサファイア・エナジー（Sapphire Energy）は、ニューメキシコ州南部ルナ（Luna）郡で建設中だった藻類バイオマスプラントの一部稼動を開始した。
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CARD is tracking biodiesel returns over operating costs based on a typical continuous flow plant that uses soybean oil as feedstock for biodiesel production. In the returns calculations, we assume that 7.6 pounds of soybean oil are needed to produce a gallon of biodiesel and 1.04 pounds of glycerin as the main co-product.
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Thousands of jobs supported by the U.S. biodiesel industry are at risk as Congress appears to have reached a legislative impasse without extending a critical tax incentive that is slated to expire on Dec. 31.
By U.S. EPA | December 27, 2011 On Dec. 27, the U.S.
2011 is not only shattering the biodiesel industry's previous record year of 690 million gallons, but it's also proving that the mandate is truly a floor and not a ceiling.
The U.S. Energy Information Administration released its latest Monthly Energy Review in late December.