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2008-11-13 09:00:31

Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas) -- Investor-owned Ethanol Grain Processors (Rives, Tennessee), a subsidiary of Green Plains Renewable Energy Incorporated (NASDAQ:GPRE) (Omaha, Nebraska), has performed the ceremonial "first grind" this past weekend to start ethanol production at a new plant in Rives.

2008-10-16 21:00:17

A major U.S. pipeline operator says it successfully test-shipped ethanol over a standard gasoline pipeline in a breakthrough in ethanol development.

2008-10-02 15:00:57

Q&A with Pedro Seraphim of TozziniFreire Advogados, Brazil's largest law firm.

2008-10-01 09:00:00

Following the collapse of global trade talks in Geneva, Brazil threatened to issue a formal complaint to the World Trade Organization regarding the U.S. tariff of 54 cents per gallon on Brazilian sugar cane ethanol. This dispute has added a powerful dimension to the ongoing debate in the U.S.

2008-09-29 03:00:29

By Shuffler, Jason Just weeks before Eastern Oregon gas stations will be required to sell fuel blended with ethanol, one lawmaker is already reconsidering the state's year-old renewable fuel mandate, provoking an industry that's invested upward of $300 million to produce ethanol in, and for, the Oregon market.

2008-09-23 09:01:02

By JAMES MACPHERSON Companies seek ways to solve corrosion problems with the bio- fuel. BISMARCK, N.D. -- Outside of the debate over how big a role ethanol will have as a viable U.S.

2008-09-23 03:00:24

By Franz, Paul pfranz@lnpnews.com Even with an efficient Toyota Prius hybrid, J. Howard Hankins isn't getting the gas mileage he once did. "I was getting 53 miles per gallon, and now it's down to 47," said the Manheim Township resident.

2008-09-21 03:00:26

By Anonymous Overshadows Farm Bill in its ag implications On Dec. 19, 2007, President George W. Bush signed into law an energy bill that will have larger long-term impacts on U.S. agriculture than the pending Agriculture Bill, said Christopher A. Hurt, a Purdue Extension agricultural economist.

2008-09-20 15:00:41

By Clinton Thomas It's the economy, stupid. Political pundits pull the phrase out for their audiences every four years when searching for the key issue in the upcoming presidential election.


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