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Posted December 31, 1969



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

U.S. Biofuels Exchange establishes marketplace

In an effort to bring order and efficiency in the chaotic world of the ethanol and biodiesel industries, U.S. Biofuels Exchange Inc. has established a new Internet-based biofuels marketplace intended to link producers of all sizes with more buyers and sellers of their product.READ MORE

GIS tool available for potential Illinois plants

The Illinois Value Added Sustainable Development Center has developed a sophisticated program to prospect locations for new ethanol and biodiesel plants, as well as locate existing facilities and other resources. The project was funded with an Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity grant.READ MORE Methes

Iowa biodiesel outlets receive grants

Two biodiesel terminals and three retail stations received Iowa Renewable Fuel Infrastructure Program grants that cover up to 70 percent of total expenses, or a maximum of $40,000, for biodiesel dispensers or blender pumps and E85 dispensers or blender pumps.READ MORE

Biodiesel additive extends storage stability

International Fuel Technology Inc. has developed an additive which improves the oxidative stability of biodiesel. The St. Louis-based company recently announced the results of tests conducted by the Bio-Energy Innovation and Testing Center at Montana State University-Northern.READ MORE

Tri-State Biodiesel fights myths

Brent Baker, president of Tri-State Biofuels in New York City, became so frustrated by misinformation and myths about biodiesel that he began writing statements to potential clients and other interested parties setting the facts straight about the renewable fuel. Now, he's leading a national grassroots movement to help others do the same.READ MORE

CGF to break ground on Saskatchewan plant

Regina, Saskatchewan-based Canadian Green Fuels Inc. made three announcements June 19 on the development of its McLean, Saskatchewan, biodiesel plant. Dynamo Electric and Mechanical has been appointed project development partner and project lead, P3 Architecture Inc. will provide key advisory services and lead the environmental assessment component of the project, and Greenline Industries LLC will provide the majority of the infrastructure technology for the biodiesel processing systems.READ MORE

Nova Biosource Fuels advances Seneca facility

Nova Biosource Fuels Inc. has commissioned the final 20 MMgy train at its flagship biodiesel production facility in Seneca, Ill. The 60 MMgy plant consists of three sets of machinery, each capable of producing 20 MMgy.READ MORE

Propel opens Seattle Clean Fuel Point station

Seattle, Wash.-based Propel officially launched its sixth Clean Fuel Point in Seattle on June 28. The 24-hour station offers B20 and B5 biodiesel fuel. A leading retailer of renewable fuels, Propel's Clean Fuel Point stand-alone stations use environmentally-friendly standards for design, construction and operation.READ MORE

Canada passes renewable fuels standard

On June 26, the Canadian Senate passed Bill C-33, which will require the use of 5 percent renewable content in gasoline by 2010 and 2 percent renewable content in diesel fuel by no later than 2012.READ MORE

USDA NASS reports soybean planting up 17 percent

Midwestern flooding in late May and early June sent the USDA's National Agricultural Statistics Service back to the field to reinterview approximately 1,200 farmers June 23-25 in flood-affected areas. U.S. farmers intend to harvest 96.8 percent of their planted soybean acres - up 17 percent from last year. Prior to the additional survey information, NASS estimated that 98.7 percent of soybean acres would be harvested.READ MORE
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