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New Generation Biofuels Holdings has awarded Chicago-based ECE Design, a contract to design its first full-production biofuel manufacturing plant, with an anticipated capacity of 25 million gallons of second-generation biofuel per year.
International Coastal Biofuels, Inc. (Pink Sheets:ICBU), announced today that it completed a reverse merger with Interactive Technologies.com, LTD via a stock-for-stock exchange (stock swap) on May 14, 2008. International Coastal Biofuels, Inc.
CleanTech Biofuels, Inc. (OTCBB: CLTH) is pleased to announce that Biomass Magazine, a leading industry publication, highlights our proposed commercial development in Chicago, Illinois, in an article released on the web earlier this week.
It may seem like weird science, but with oil prices pushing through the $150 a barrel barrier, biofuels made from alternative sources are no longer far-fetched.
Text of report in English by influential Indonesian newspaper The Jakarta Post English-language website on 10 July [Attributed to Associated Press: "Indonesia, world's largest producer of palm oil, to force manufacturers to use biofuel"] Indonesia, the world's largest producer of palm oil, plans to force manufacturers to use biofuels for some of their energy needs to reduce dependence on imported oil amid soaring global prices.
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The EU is insisting it will stick with compulsory targets for biofuel use despite growing unease over their ecological benefits.
By Kimberly Chow Associated Press BRUSSELS, Belgium -- The European Union will ignore critics who accuse it of helping to boost food prices by embracing a binding target for the use of biofuels, officials said Friday.