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Posted December 2, 2009



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Canadian support for biofuels tops 80 percent

Canadian support for biofuels is quite strong according to a study released at the opening of the Canadian Renewable Fuels Summit held Dec. 1 and 2 in Vancouver, British Columbia. Eighty-four percent of Canadians support the promotion of low-carbon, homegrown renewable fuels.READ MORE

Envirotek expands California plant

Envirotek's current production facility, Extreme Biodiesel in Corona, Calif., is expanding its capacity from 2 MMgy to 6 MMgy, the company recently announced. "When complete, the Corona facility is expected to operate six days per week with an approximate output of almost 500,000 gallons per month of biodiesel fuel," Envirotek stated.READ MORE Pacific West Biomass Conference

Biodiesel producers respond to Obama's first year

Nothing's definite. That's what biodiesel businessmen are saying about U.S. President Barack Obama and his commitment to the proliferation of the fuel. Looming-and that's the only word for these situations-are the expiration of the federal excise tax credit for biodiesel and implementation of RFS2, and policy decisions certainly are at the forefront of biodiesel brains as 2009 comes to an end.READ MORE

New Jersey's Woolley Fuels increases biodiesel blend levels

Biofuels mandates are "around the corner" in New Jersey, said Norman Woolley Jr., of the state's Woolley Fuels Co., which recently increased its biodiesel blending capabilities from 5 percent to 30 percent.READ MORE

NBB calls on EPA to implement RFS2 biodiesel targets

The National Biodiesel Board has sent a letter to the U.S. EPA reiterating the critical importance of implementing renewable targets for Biomass-based Diesel.READ MORE

Global biodiesel demand to double in 5 years

Thirty countries are implementing biofuels targets in 2010 alone, Tammy Klein, Hart Energy, said at the Canadian Renewable Fuels Summit. Biodiesel demand is expected to double between 2009 and 2015, while supply is expected to grow threefold.READ MORE
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