April/May 2005

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Business Briefs

Iowa's BEEP receives more funding



Editor's Note

By Tom Bryan

NBB In Sight

By Joseph Jobe


Legal Perspective

By Mark Hanson & Todd Guerrero

Talking Point

By Mark Palmer


Dr. Dan's Alternative Fuel Werks on 50th St. N. W., in Seattle is an auto repair shop in addition to a biodiesel and CNG retailer.

Sound of Success

By Jesssica Williams

Dr. Dan's Alternative Fuel Werks is spreading the benefits of biodiesel throughout Washington's Puget Sound. Business is booming, and expansion is on the horizon.


One Stop Shop

By Dave Nilles

The partners in Renewable Energy Group share a vision of a 1 billion-gallon-per-year biodiesel market in the United States. REG is charging toward that goal by creating a network of successful and innovative biodiesel production facilities capable of helping the industry meet its work.

It didn't happen overnight, but the program known as BQ-9000 is beginning to take root in the U.S. biodiesel industry. Following the lead of the first accredited producer, Peter Cremer North America, other companies are expected to opt in soon

Taylor Oil Co. Regional Manager Robert DiLullo

Growth Opportunity

By Jeff Adler

The 85-year-old fuel supplier, Taylor Oil Co. Inc., ventured into the biodiesel field just over two years ago, and has been looking to expand its presence in the renewable fuels marketplace ever since.

The passing of the federal JOBS bill remains an encompassing boon for the biodiesel industry, but state incentives ultimately provide strong influence over where biodiesel projects may geographically take root.

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