By Dave Nilles and Kory Wallen
Biodiesel use in vehicle fleets has been catching on in the past few years, creating many success stories along the way. Biodiesel Magazine profiles six companies that prove enterprise mixes well with the renewable fuel.
By Robert Reed
Earth Biofuels stacks the deck with two major celebrities-Oscar winner Morgan Freeman and musician-biodiesel advocate Willie Nelson-and celebrates its new public status with a Wall Street investor party.
By Ron Kotrba
As the U.S. biodiesel industry works hard to meet the growing demand for its domestic product, EarthFirst Americas has begun importing palm oil-based biodiesel through the Port of Tampa, Fla. By 2007, the company plans to boost its imports to 100 MMgy-a number representing an astonishing one-half the U.S. biodiesel industry's projected output for that same year.
By Gary DiGiuseppe
The 22 students in teacher Lynn Strong's Garden Club from Wonder Junior High School in West Memphis, Ark., were introduced to biodiesel-some of them for the first time-during a recent field day excursion. What the children learned has the potential to not only change the way they view transportation fuels and agriculture, but set the dreams of tomorrow's engineers, farmers and policy-makers in motion.