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BOZEMAN, Mont., Sept. 24 /PRNewswire/ -- Sustainable Oils has reached a key milestone in its efforts to build camelina production and marketing opportunities for Montana farmers.
By Anonymous Sustainable production of bioenergy is in the spotlight. It is estimated that one billion tons of biomass are needed to replace 30 percent of current annual petroleum consumption in the United States alone.
By Buchanan, Gale A Dunn, Joseph A; Fischer, James R; Johnson, Stanley R; Finnell, Janine A Opportunities to increase biofuels This feature on biomass feedstocks is the first in a series of four examining biomass energy.
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.
To: ENERGY EDITORS Contact: Kim Ryan for Destiny, +1-770-932-0695, kryan@fish- consulting.com DELRAY BEACH, Fla., Aug. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Destiny, Florida, America's first eco-sustainable city, announced today it has created Florida's first sustainable energy farm.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., July 14 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Verenium Corporation , a pioneer in the development of next-generation cellulosic ethanol and high-performance specialty enzymes, today announced that it has been awarded a grant from the U.S.
U.S. bioenergy scientists say abandoned or degraded agricultural land might be the key to biofuels becoming a sustainable part of the world's energy future.
THE GOVERNMENT has given the go-ahead to the building of one of the UK's first "green" electricity generation stations on the banks of the River Humber.
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University of Maryland research that started with bacteria from the Chesapeake Bay has led to a process that may be able to convert large volumes of all kinds of plant products, from leftover brewer's mash to paper trash, into ethanol and other biofuel alternatives to gasoline.
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