By W.R Stephens
Alright, bio-oil may not actually share a family tree with biodiesel, but it is an environmentally sound product derived from biomass. This dark, viscous renewable fuel is produced through the thermal cracking of molecules, a process known as pyrolysis. An ambitious anadian firm is on a mission make this stuff work commercially-and it's something biodiesel stakeholders should keep an eye on.
By Alexandra Lambrinidis
Cool fuel pioneers: 16,000 miles of American road and not a drop of gas