Thursday, October 2, 2008

News and Notes - Oct. 2, 2008

**Note: Bionews will not be published Friday, Oct. 3 or Monday-Tuesday, Oct. 6-7, 2008**

UTBI-related News

DuPont Biofuels Programs Making Significant Progress With Biobutanol Commercialization and Economic Conversion of Cellulosic Feedstocks for Biofuels

US News

How Washington Cripples The Energy Industry

Scientists on Cellulosic Fuel: Avoid Mistakes Before They Happen

N.Y. Times is wrong says cellulosic industry

Biofuels Center of North Carolina Expands Board of Director

Energy firms would form 'closed-loop' system of power, fuel

EIA: Biomass, biofuels are largest renewable energy source

The 'Clean Coal' Myth

Ethanol Buzz Fuels Planning by Colonial Pipeline Company

Des Moines Ethanol Plant a No-Go

Nova Biosource Fuels Announces Credit Facility Amendment for Its Seneca Biodiesel Refinery

How Biofuels Can Help the UN

University of Illinois Soil Scientist: Best Management Approaches Necessary for Sustainable Cellulosic and Grain-Based Biofuels Production

ICM CEO Dave Vander Griend: To Break Dependence on Foreign Oil, America Needs More Flex-Fuel Cars and More Available Ethanol Blends

Corn tumbles as inventories rise, dollar rallies

King: Tax breaks will boost bailout bill

New Fuels Alliance Blasts Ethanol Lawsuit Filed Today by Tesoro Corporation; Calls Lawsuit Frivolous

Palin not lock step with McCain on energy policy

New Sugarcanes to Deliver One-Two Energy Punch

Pacific Ethanol, VeraSun Energy open to takeover, management says; Pacific CEO says industry needs to consolidate

International News

Ontario won't increase ethanol targets for gas

Brazil’s sugar co-op giant, Copersucar, converts to company; Brazil’s largest producer now aims for 200 percent growth

RWE Innogy announces biomass, biogas plant projects

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