Inside May/June 2004

Features

Crowning Achievements

BY Tom BryanMinneapolis-based Crown Iron Works is dedicated to continually improving its biodiesel process technology. READ MORE

German Technology, American Fuel

BY Tom BryanMadison, Wisconsin-based Biodiesel Systems LLC has landed a process technology licensing agreement with Germany's Agrar Technik. With a long-term approach, this partnership is poised to accomplish big things. READ MORE

Consider Europe's Most Popular Catalyst

BY Michael MarkolwitzAlkoxide catalysts-a sodium methylate or potassium methylate solution in methanol-can be an economical alternative for commercial-scale biodiesel production where annual capacity exceeds 5 million gallons. The majority of large-scale biodiesel plants in Europe can't be wrong. READ MORE

Learning Curve

BY Jessica WilliamsJames Madison University Fuels Diversification Program graduates brilliant biodiesel minds READ MORE

Brazil: South America's Harvester of Renewables

BY Louisa AronowThe world's top ethanol producing nation has joined the biodiesel revolution. READ MORE

Front End - Biodiesel News & Trends