The 2015 survey provides snapshot of new crop quality for ethanol production. This story appears in the February issue of EPM.
Off to a slow start, 2015 margins improved, thanks to exports and strong driving demand. What will 2016 bring? This article appears in the February issue of EPM.
For eight years, Joule has been working under the radar to develop and commercialize its CO2-to-fuel technology. This story appears in the February issue of EPM with the headline 'Industrializing photosynthesis.'
Global trade for U.S. ethanol has been trending up in the past decade, becoming an important part of the industry's growth strategy. This article appears in the February issue of EPM.
By Anna Simet
A perfect storm of conditions can result in an explosion or fire at a biomass-using facility, events that are often preventable.
Cost-effective techniques to mitigate dust-related risks are available to less sophisticated wood pellet mills, where a lack of capital, education, code knowledge, and proper cleaning and maintenance protocols may exist.
Wood pellet-derived carbon monoxide has been a cause of concern for indoor storage scenarios, but research suggests it's an easy fix.
A case study examines strategies that leave openings for upside opportunities while mitigating risk. This contribution appears in the February issue of EPM.
Feedstock sourcing is a critical aspect in the development of cellulosic biofuel businesses.