November 2011

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Business Briefs

5. ICM Inc.

Business Briefs

By Ethanol Producer Magazine Staff

Patty Tometich will be responsible for testing at CPM's pellet and particle size reduction center.

Business Briefs

By Staff


Business Briefs

By Biorefining Magazine Staff


The bull's-eye on corn ethanol could fade if the industry steps up and makes corn production and stover harvesting more environmentally friendly

As the ethanol industry matures, potential corrosion issues call for a watchful eye

Proving the sustainability of crop residue removal

Gauging 2012 Volumes

By Kris Bevill

Will RINs prove that the RFS needs modifying?

Aloterra's BCAP project areas are promoting job growth and helping set the stage for a major miscanthus presence in the biopellet industry.

With a plethora of different wood pellet standard programs, mills' quality measures vary depending on which set their customers adopt.

With the availability of agricultural biomass, North American companies are promoting the benefits of converting grass into energy in an effort to spur the industry.

The 2011 U.S. Billion-Ton Update enhances its 2005 predecessor and finds potential for dedicated energy crops through direct inventory analysis and rigorous sustainability modeling.

The U.S. DOE's Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy targets the “white space� of existing energy research

Intellect, experience and business sense make them the industry's dream

Royal DSM is making significant inroads in the biorefining sector, and it shows no signs of slowing down

ASTM contemplates several updates, including a new grade of biodiesel

Why quality for glycerin is just as important for biodiesel

OPEN HOUSE: In 2009, REG Inc. held an open house at its feedstock characterization laboratory in Ames, Iowa, where high-tech testing equipment fills the room.

Easier Than Ever

By Luke Geiver

Testing services are abundant, and there's a reason why

Expiring biofuel tax credits and a dysfunctional Congress


Syngenta's enzyme-producing corn variety requires redesigned farm-to-plant system

E15: Cracking the RVP Nut

By Jeremy P. Greenhouse

New blend won't qualify for One Pound Waiver, presenting huge hurdle

New EU sustainability criteria for biofuels and other bioliquids must be complied with and verified by an independent third party at every stage of the production process.

How to improve briquetting operations to efficiently densify fibrous agricultural residues from crops, horticulture operations and forests.

Focus group illuminates what petroleum marketers are missing

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