Argus Biofuels & Feedstocks 2016
October 18-20, 2016 - London UK

U.S. Biofuels Exchange opens for trading

Live ethanol and biodiesel trading kicked off Oct. 28 on the U.S. Biofuels Exchange, the US-BX. Registered users can post, buy, sell and make offers on biofuels for sale or biofuels wanted at www.us-bx.com, a web-based biofuels exchange.READ MORE

Growth Energy adds President, COO position

Growth Energy has a new president and chief operating officer. Jim Nussle, who has served on Growth Energy's board of directors since February 2009, began serving in the newly created full-time position on Nov. 1. "I'm very excited about it, certainly for me personally and professionally," he told EPM, "and I hope I can contribute to the great success that Growth Energy has had the last couple of years."READ MORE

INEOS selects EPC provider for cellulosic plant

Cellulosic ethanol developer INEOS New Planet Bioenergy, a joint venture between INEOS Bio and New Planet Energy LLC, has selected British firm AMEC to provide engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services for its first commercial-scale cellulosic production facility.READ MORE

Enerkem gets federal approval for MSW plant

The U.S. DOE has given Enerkem Inc. the green light to move ahead with its proposed 20 MMgy cellulosic facility in Pontotoc, Miss.READ MORE

E15 use limited to FFVs until regulations final

Just because the U.S. EPA on Oct. 13 approved a partial waiver for E15 in vehicle models 2007 and newer doesn't mean the fuel is ready to hit retail stations. The waiver was just a first step in a detailed process to bring the fuel to the marketplace.READ MORE

Post election: Groups continue to lobby for VEETC, California says yes to LCFS

The Republican Party claimed victory Nov. 2 as it regained control of the U.S. House and defeated incumbent Democrats for positions at the local, state and federal level throughout the country. But what effects will this changing of the guards have on the ethanol industry? Perhaps none, according to industry representatives.READ MORE

EIA cuts cellulosic producers from 2011 list

The U.S. DOE's Energy Information Administration has completed its predictions for next year's cellulosic biofuels production and estimates that actual production levels will be much lower than anticipated.READ MORE

Ethanol puts oil imports at a ‘tipping point'

A newly released two-year outlook conducted for oil majors and refiners worldwide predicts that ethanol's growing market share, combined with expanding U.S. refinery operations, will cut the need for gasoline imports by more than half of 2008 levels within the next two years.READ MORE
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