To US politicians (Stephen Webber and I’d like your help to identify the other candidate) debate ethanol on the hustings they are standing for the 23rd district in Missouri in the US, and neither of them particularly likes ethanol… or the mandate. Are these straws in the wind? Let me know.
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The price of dried distillers grains could have a significant impact on the economics of biofuels production, but its one of those commodities which are probably traded pretty locally to plants. I’ve found some guideline prices for dried distillers grains in the mid West. The distillers grains are spent grains from fermentation.
Dynamotive is building a wood chip to biofuel plant in Willow Springs, Missouri. The plan will cost around $24m and will use fast pyrolysis to convert wood waste into bioOil. It will be capable of converting 200 tons per day of wood by-products and residues from nearby sawmills into 34,000 gallons per day of BioOil, […]
ICIS will be holding its own biofuels conference in conjunction with Kline consulting in St Louis, Missouri, on 14-15 November. They seem to have an interesting speaker panel. (Disclosure: I work for ICIS: About ICIS) I might be there myself…
ICIS, my employers, will be holding a biofuels conference in conjunction with the Kline Group in St Louis, Missouri on 14-15 November 2007. Our conference department is some way towards securing the first day’s speakers. When I’ve got any more information I’ll pass it on.
In a move that will make all the difference to the bioethanol and biodiesel industries, President George W Bush has proclaimed October Energy Awareness Month. I thought I should tell you as soon as I became aware of it myself. El Presedente was talking at the Advancing Renewable Energy Conference in St Louis, Missouri last […]