Poll: Majority of Nebraskans want to develop ethanol industry

The majority of Nebraskans who responded to a poll are in favor of developing alternative sources of energy. Nearly 60 percent of poll respondents agreed or strongly agreed that more should be done to develop ethanol or biodiesel.
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Biofuels capacity to grow to 61 BGY in 2018 says Lux report

Ethanol and biodiesel will continue to dominate gobal renewable fuel production with 96 percent of the global capacity, but novel fuels and feedstocks will be major drivers of growth.
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Commodities: China on the sidelines of DDGS buying

The DDGS market continues to move back down to the lower end of the spectrum as a percentage of corn. Chinese buying, which moved the market up through the spring and early summer, has been on the sidelines for the past several months.
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Commodities: China on the sidelines of DDGS buying

The DDGS market continues to move back down to the lower end of the spectrum as a percentage of corn. Chinese buying, which moved the market up through the spring and early summer, has been on the sidelines for the past several months.
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Novozymes release low pH alpha-amylase enzyme

Liquozyme LpH is the latest addition to Novozymes' range of enzyme products for the ethanol industry. Plant trials show improved viscosity and liquefaction, enabling reduced chemical dosing for pH adjustment.
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Chinese company, Algenol partner on multiple biofuels projects

Algenol will partner with South China’s Fujian Zhongyuan New Energy Co. Ltd. to develop projects throughout Southern China, utilizing carbon emissions to create renewable fuels. The goal is to provide solutions for China’s three biggest problems.
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Gevo reports post-Butamax settlement operation, financial targets

Gevo Inc. has announced key initiatives and targets for 2016 following the settlement with Butamax in August, including increasing isobutanol production by seven to 10 times above 2016 production levels and decreasing production costs by 50 percent.
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Irwin, Good analyze ethanol, biodiesel RINs relationships

Ethanol D6 RIN prices have stayed relatively stable over the summer while D4 biodiesel RINs prices plummeted, Illinois economists Scott Irwin and Darrel Good point out in their analysis of RINs markets.
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Senate democrats introduce comprehensive national energy bill

Senate democrats introduced a bill to create the American Energy Innovation Act of 2015, taking a multi-faceted approach to dealing with a number of issues and energy sectors, which they say offers a pathway to a cleaner energy future and economy.
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Trade mission tour to stop at two ethanol plants

An Illinois Department of Agriculture-led tour begins Sept. 21, with stops at a variety of grain-related businesses around the state, including Marquis Energy LLC, a 140 MMgy ethanol plant in Hennepin, Illinois, and ADM's facility in Decatur.
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PhyCO2, MSU develop algae tech to capture power plant CO2

Michigan State University and PHYCO2 have entered into a partnership to develop algae technologies produced from PHYCO2’s revolutionary and patented concept that promotes algae growth and sequesters, or captures, carbon dioxide from power plants.
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