Latest Ethanol fuel in Brazil Stories

2008-09-18 09:00:42

US-based ethanol producer Green Plains Renewable Energy has announced that it will open a new ethanol plant in Superior, Iowa, on September 20, 2008. Wayne Hoovestol, CEO of Green Plains Renewable Energy, said: "Green Plains is very proud of the Superior ethanol plant.

2008-09-16 09:25:00

Alternately hailed as an energy source that will save us from global warming, or condemned as a pork-barrel payout to agribusiness, biofuels get mixed marks these days in the public mind.

2008-09-11 09:00:41

Brazil is increasingly turning to alternative power generation fuels such as biomass in order to increase electricity supply and reduce its dependence on hydropower.

2008-09-11 03:00:22

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/6c93a7/ethanol_market_out) has announced the addition of the "Ethanol Market Outlook 2008" report to their offering.

2008-09-09 12:00:35

Philippines may need to import around 274 million liters of ethanol in 2009 to maintain compliance with the 5% ethanol mix mandate of the country's Biofuels Act, according to PetrolWorld.

2008-09-09 09:00:44

www.Renewableenergystocks.com, a leading investor news and research portal for the renewable energy sector within Investorideas.com, reports on the controversy and benefits of importing of Brazilian Sugarcane based ethanol.

2008-09-08 09:00:44

Industrial Biotechnology Corp. (Pink Sheets: IBOT) has received a reiterated Speculative Buy rating with a price target of $2.20, by Beacon Analyst Victor Sula, Ph.D. The full report is available at http://www.beaconequity.com/adpages/IBOT.

2008-09-07 15:00:17

according to anba: This week, Brazilian government officials and businessmen are in China exchanging information, with the aim of opening up more investment opportunities in different sectors. One of them is biofuels.

2008-09-05 09:00:32

Brazil's sugarcane yield to hit record high in 2008 RIO DE JANEIRO, Sept. 4 (Xinhua) -- Brazil's sugarcane yield is expected to reach a record high of 559 million tons this year, up 11.4 percent from the 501 million tons registered last year, according to a study released Thursday.