BLOG: Throuput


Southeast Biomass Conference & Trade Show kicks off
Posted November 3, 2010



National Biodiesel Conference
February 4-7, 2013 - Las Vegas Nevada

Proposed plant in Illinois moves forward

Bio-NRG LLC is moving forward with plans to construct a new biodiesel plant in LaHarpe, Ill. The facility, which will be operated under the name LaHarpe-NRG LLC, will have an estimated production capacity of 15 MMgy.READ MORE

Carbohydrate-to-lipid project wins award

A research team at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has won a $50,000 ConocoPhillips Energy Prize to support the development of a carbohydrate-to-biodiesel process. The technology, which is designed to significantly increase yields, may also provide a pathway for the direct conversion of hydrogen and carbon dioxide into biofuels.READ MORE 2011 Pacific West Biomass Conference & Trade Show

Schwarzenegger attends fuel station opening

California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger was on hand Oct. 28 for the grand opening of a new alternative fuel filling station in San Jose, Calif. The station, which was developed by Propel Fuels, offers both B5 and E85 to retail customers.READ MORE

Fort Bragg may have new use for biofuels

A recent tour put on by the Sustainable Sandhills organization of North Carolina at the state's largest military institution has revealed a new use for biodiesel and other biofuels. The tour, called the Green Living & Design Tour, was held to showcase the efforts by Fort Bragg to create a sustainable future. The tour highlighted recycling efforts, energy efficient buildings and a shuttle system that runs on B20.READ MORE

ADM announces Brazil plant, net earnings drop

Decatur, Ill.-based agribusiness firm Archer Daniels Midland Co. plans to build a 164,000 metric ton (49.2 MMgy) biodiesel facility in Joacaba, Santa Catarina, Brazil. Construction on the plant is slated to begin in March 2011 with completion during the first half of 2012.READ MORE

General Biodiesel streamlines operations

General Biodiesel Inc. tapped digital prototyping and piping and instrumentation diagramming (P&ID) software from Autodesk Inc. to streamline the production process at its 15 MMgy multi-feedstock facility in Seattle, Wash. The improvement project cut more than $500,000 on traditional upgrade costs to the plant, according to the company.READ MORE
Biorefining magazine
Biomass Power & Thermal
2011 International Biomass Conference & Expo
Subscribe     Unsubscribe

308 Second Ave. N., Suite 304 | Grand Forks, ND 58203 | | 701-746-8385

© BBI International 2011