Latest Corn ethanol Stories

2009-05-26 07:05:00

IRVINE, Calif., May 26 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- BlueFire Ethanol Fuels, Inc.

2009-05-12 07:25:00

IRVINE, Calif., May 12 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- BlueFire Ethanol Fuels, Inc.

2009-05-05 16:26:00

Ethanol Expert Dr. Steffen Mueller Says Peer Review Process Critical CHICAGO, May 5 /PRNewswire/ -- DR. S.

2009-04-24 00:45:00

Move Penalizes Green Biofuels and Lets Oil Off the Hook WASHINGTON, April 24 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Today, the California Air Resources Board voted to enact a standard that unfairly penalizes biofuels as compared to other fuels, including gasoline. "We're disappointed with the Board's vote," said General Wesley Clark, co-chairman of Growth Energy.

2009-04-15 11:41:13

Ethanol production in Minnesota and Iowa uses far less water overall than similar processes in states where water is less plentiful, a new University of Minnesota study shows.

2009-04-14 15:21:06

As corn farmers in the US begin readying their crops, many critics claim that increased pressure to produce large portions of crops for biofuels is robbing the public’s water resources.

2009-04-10 15:45:00

Food prices and federal spending on nutritional programs have risen due to the increase in gasoline prices, which has driven demand for ethanol production in the US.

2009-03-02 17:12:33

To avoid creating greenhouse gases, it makes more sense using today's technology to leave land unfarmed in conservation reserves than to plow it up for corn to make biofuel, according to a comprehensive Duke University-led study.

2009-02-24 23:01:00

First-ever bio-manufacturing process to produce methyl ethyl ketone from renewable feedstocks proven in rapid order SAN DIEGO, Feb.

2009-02-24 06:00:00

Proposed EPA and California renewable fuel standards relying upon incomplete science may threaten ethanol market and worsen global warming impact CHICAGO, Feb.

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