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Cummins Filtration introduces glycerin coolant

Nashville, Tenn.-based Cummins Filtration Inc., a worldwide designer and manufacturer of filtration products, and exhaust, coolant and fuel additive technology for engine-powered systems has released a new heavy-duty engine antifreeze/coolant, which is produced using nontoxic glycerin.READ MORE

Great Plains–The Camelina Co. hires Reder

Great Plains–The Camelina Co. has hired David Reder as its new chief financial officer. He will be based out of the company's corporate headquarters in Cincinnati, Ohio.READ MORE Methes

Ultra Green Energy Services expands distribution

Chicago-based Bioheat heating oil dealer Ultra Green Energy Services LLC has expanded its wholesale biodiesel distribution in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut with the addition of two new wholesale biodiesel terminals in Newark, N.J., and Southington, Conn.READ MORE

Newark airport gas station to offer biodiesel

Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey will provide biodiesel at a soon-to-be-built Super Station. Gaz Realty Inc. recently announced that it has been awarded the right to design, construct and operate a Super Station at the airport.READ MORE

University of Kansas produces, tests biodiesel

Researchers at the University of Kansas in Lawrence are preparing to road-test biodiesel produced as part of the school's Feedstock to Tailpipe initiative. According to Susan Stagg-Williams, associate professor in the chemical and petroleum engineering department at the University of Kansas, the initiative includes converting recycled waste cooking oil and methanol from the campus into B20, which will be used to power all of the university's vehicles.READ MORE

Algae harvesting advances in New Mexico

The Center of Excellence for Hazardous Material Management in Carlsbad, N.M., has successfully performed a commercial-sized harvesting experiment at its pilot-scale algae pond. The algae was extracted from 12,000 gallons of water, approximately half the contents of the pond, and its oil content was used to produce biodiesel.READ MORE

NABD provides funding for Texas biodiesel project

Global Alternative Fuels LLC recently announced a $20 million loan agreement with North American Development Bank to fund a biodiesel plant in El Paso, Texas. The $26.6 million project will be completed in two phases. Phase one will consist of building a 5 MMgy biodiesel plant. During the second phase, the existing facility's capacity will expand to 25 MMgy.READ MORE

Patriot Biodiesel partners with restaurant chain

North Carolina restaurant chain Libby Hill Seafood Inc. has struck an agreement with Patriot Biodiesel LLC in Greensboro, N.C., to supply waste vegetable oil for the production of biodiesel.READ MORE

EPA delays RFS2 rule

The U.S. Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works held a subcommittee hearing July 10 to discuss the renewable fuels standard (RFS) enacted in the Energy Policy Act of 2005 and how the U.S. EPA plans to implement the second stage of the RFS enacted in the Energy Independence & Security Act of 2007.READ MORE

WASDE: Soybean price increases

In the July 11 World Agriculture Supply and Demand Estimate report, the UDSA said the price for soybeans and soybean products increased this month. The U.S. season average price for 2008-'09 is projected to be $12 to $13.50 per bushel, up $1 on each end of the range.READ MORE
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