Latest Ethanol fuel in Brazil Stories
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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.
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.
SAO PAULO, Brazil, Sept.
Brazil is increasingly turning to alternative power generation fuels such as biomass in order to increase electricity supply and reduce its dependence on hydropower.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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