Friday, June 6, 2008

News and Notes - June 6, 2008

US News

Senate action on climate bill seems doomed;_ylt=AobwEFHmYRJjxi_eqF9.PdwE1vAI

Statement by Sec. of Agriculture Ed Schafer on the high level Conference on Food Security in Rome, Italy!ut/p/_s.7_0_A/7_0_1OB?contentidonly=true&contentid=2008/06/0151.xml

Considering Both Food and Fuel, Ethanol saves families money

Morgan Stanley Says WTI Crude May Reach $150 by July on Freight

What Comes First? (Industry or Educated Workforce?)

Cellulosic Ethanol Path is Paved With Various Technologies

S.D. voters OK plan for first new U.S. oil refinery in 30 years

Pennsylvania pushes for passage of $850 million clean energy, biofuels plan

Dow sees bright future in biotech

Camilla (GA) ethanol plant nears completion (100 mgy)

International News

International Energy Agency says 2050 baseline scenario is for oil demand to rise 70% - equivalent to five times today’s production of Saudi Arabia

Mexico blasts U.S., EU biofuel subsidies

FACTBOX-World biofuels production and its impact

Canadian ethanol capacity soon to hit billion-litre mark

Energy experts: China not to sacrifice food for fuel

Formula 1 considering switch to ethanol?

Biofuel industries pleased by U.N. summit resolution

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