Friday, October 24, 2008

News and Notes - Oct. 24, 2008

Feature Article

New ethanol plant at the ready line (Obion, TN corn plant coming online)

Ethanol Grain Processors of Obion, TN is preparing to begin ethanol production at the $170 million plant. When operating at capacity, the plant will grind 100,000 bushels a day to produce 100,000,000 gallons of ethanol each year.

US News

Americans Increasingly Concerned about Food Prices, U.S. Ethanol Policy, According to The 2008 Hormel Hunger Survey

Ethanol no longer seen as big driver of food price

Ethanol group's PBS protest may reveal industry panic,0,7054199.column

A New OPEC for (Natural) Gas?

Leading Advanced Biofuel Companies, Researchers, Investors Call on Air Resources Board to Reconsider Draft Low Carbon Fuel Regulations (CA)

POET Opens Marion, Ohio Biorefinery

Santee Cooper & Allied Waste Generating 3.2 MW of Bioenergy

Ethanol support irks cattle groups

Pennsylvania experiences delay with B2 mandate

Making The Switch

Surprise: Government Mandates Behind Ethanol ‘Bubble’

Camelina crush plant to go on line this month

Biofuel investors hot for pond scum

Make Your Own Ethanol for $1 Per Gallon with New Microfueler From E-Fuel Corp

'Algae Can Be the Solution' States Vinod Khosla at 2008 Algae Biomass Summit

International News

Lignol and Suncor Sign Cellulosic Ethanol Project Development Agreement

French ethanol makers welcome reduction of tax hike

Biofuels in the Americas: Driving Farmers off Their Lands

Biofuel additive makes pigs fly (Austrailia)

DSM launches U.S. Department of Energy-funded research initiative for second generation biofuels (Netherlands)

Algae Biofuels Challenge (UK)

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