Here’s an addition to the editorials pages about ethanol
Ethanol is fueling editorial fodder nationwide
Here is a link to today’s Washington Farm Report in the Des Moines Register which discusses the research into how much energy it takes to make ethanol from corn.
It should be no surprise to anyone that ethanol production set a record in 2005
Veridium announces new patent-pending technology for the conversion of exhaust carbon dioxide from the fermentation stage of ethanol production facilities back into new ethanol and biodiesel
An editorial in the Wall Street Journal this week entitled “What’s Wrong With Free Trade In Biofuels?” questions the need for tariffs on low cost ethanol from Brazil if we are really serious about energy security in this country.
As this ethanol business grows, the Midwest stands to become the next Middle East – holding a pretty big piece of the production pie.
Glacial Lakes Energy of South Dakota has become the first ethanol production company to put in an order for Veridium’s patent-pending Corn Oil Extraction System.
The marriage of Veridium Corporation and Mean Green Biofuels announced earlier this month is now resulting in the former selling corn oil to the latter to make into biodiesel.
The Renewable Fuels Association found out just how time-consuming blogging can be this week during the National Ethanol Conference in Vegas.