March 2012

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Business Briefs

Business Briefs

By Ethanol Producer Magazine Staff

Lars Koller

Business Briefs

By Staff


Business Briefs

By Biorefining Magazine Staff


When considering projected vehicle sales, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates that passenger cars should have an average required fuel economy of 56 miles per gallon by 2025.

Thirsty for More

By Kris Bevill

Ethanol's high octane rating may be the ticket for meeting escalating fuel efficiency standards in engines

Training for Trains

By Kris Bevill

A 130-ton tank car is a unique beast that demands its handlers have proper safety knowledge

The Fan Connection

By Holly Jessen

NASCAR looks back on a year of E15 as the 2012 season kicks off in February

Two companies develop new technologies aimed at revolutionizing fermentation

Can biobutanol provide ethanol producers new paths towards diversification?

A producer and collector tax credit has improved economic sustainability in Oregon's biomass industry

The U.S. Midwest has considerable biomass energy potential, specifically in anaerobic digestion applications

A review of the Algae Biomass Summit and the state of the industry

Why a surge in demand for bioplastics will drive increased volumes

The biorefining sector is poised for commercial scale-up as funding strategies mature and production capacity grows


A close look reveals metabolic conversion of oil content into sugar is possible

Finding the sweet spot requires a holistic view of optimization

Supercritical Water Could Provide Greener Pathway to Corn Ethanol

By G. Graham Allan, John R. Di Iorio and Milo U. Zorzino

High temperatures yield remarkable changes in water's chemical reactivity

Researchers Evaluate Agave's Potential for Ethanol

By Remigio Madrigal-Lugo and Alejandro Velázquez-Loera

High-yielding varieties promise agave-based ethanol could surpass even sugarcane yields

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