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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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Local biofuel projects could share in $200 000 in Latin America

Donors are offering up to $200 000 for a prize winning idea in the Hemispheric energy innovation contest, according to the Temasactuales Blog. The competition is based around ideas for energy innovation and efficiency in the Caribbean and Latin America. Check it out.  

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Battle of the videos

I don’t profess to understand a word of this. I have no Spanish, as I’ve said before, but we have a battle of ideas in Spanish in video over on YouTube. I hope it is more about the pre-eminence of different Latin American states in ethanol than politics… This is the original This is the […]

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Curing one addiction could cure another

It is possible that farmers in parts of Latin America are turning from drugs to another cashcrop, produce for biofuels, according to Making Biodiesel. It would be great wouldn’t it if we could cure two addictions with one biofuel crop?

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