Tag Archives | Asia

Biofuel prices and farewell

ICIS has a series of price reports toassess biofuels markets globally. We now cover ETBE, biodiesel andfuel-grade ethanol prices in Europe, Asia, the USA and Latin America.  In addition to price reporting, ICIS also provides news coverage of the biofuels market.This will be the last entry in the blog for quite some time. I am […]

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Asian Biodiesel production economics

Asian Biodiesel production economics are likely to remain tight in 2008 unless the local governments decide to start subsidising their production, according to an article by my colleague Anu Agarwal, writing in ICIS News. (Disclosure: I work for ICIS: About ICIS) Anu’s piece is interesting because it implies that there is so much demand for […]

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Biodiesel and wealth, undreamt of wealth… perhaps

I came across this on YouTube, it was posted a little earlier today… before you watch it, you might be interested to read about what the price of palm oil is doing to the biofuel industry in southeast Asia. If you don’t want to have any doubts about getting rich quickly (oh, if you’ve got […]

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A new Asia Biodiesel report due

A new Asia Biodiesel report from ICIS is due on  21st March. The report will feature an FOB SE Asia assessment for Palm-based biodiesel (PME), much of which is being exported to Europe. (Disclosure: I work for ICIS: About ICIS) ICIS pricing has developed a global portfolio of biofuels reports in the last 12 months, with Fuel […]

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Biofuels demand to 2020

How big is the global market for biodiesel and bioethanol likely to get? That is a key question for firms making large bets on the growth of these businesses. One indication of the potential size has come from Sergio Trindade, R & D director of International Fuel Technology who estimates

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