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The Hottest Companies in the Advanced Bioeconomy: Winning Photo Votes for the week of September 15, 2014
21-Sep-14   By: Jim Lane

Here are the winning photo votes chosen for the week starting 9/15/14 in this years’s competition for the Hottest Companies in the Advanced Bioeconomy, Renewable Chemicals & Biomaterials. “There’s nothing like a photo vote to help a company — in the strange and microscopic world of industrial biotechnology — to visualize its creativity, company spirit, and communicate […]

Inside the US Navy’s new cost-competitive military biofuels program
21-Sep-14   By: Jim Lane

$210 million towards public-private partnerships — that will result in $3.45 (or better) drop-in military biofuels that reduce foreign oil imports, create good-paying jobs, reduce carbon, and diversify the military’s energy supply. Those are the headlines out of DC. But what are the details of the program – how does it work? The Digest speaks […]

The Advanced Bioeconomy Dashboard for 9/22/14: equities, fuels, chemicals, and feedstock prices and data
21-Sep-14   By: Jim Lane

About The Digest Dashboard. Biofuels Digest’s Dashboard is a convenient “news you can use” 5-Minute summary of current markets including key commodity prices, relevant futures, bioenergy-related stocks, and historical equities data. Latest prices – key commodities. Most recent commodity closing prices, and price changes, for NYMEX’s crude oil, Brent Crude, Ultra-Low Sulphur Diesel, Natural Gas, […]

4 Minutes With…Ron Cascone, Principal, Nexant
21-Sep-14   By: Jim Lane

If you’ve been to ABLC, you’ve likely seen a hugely-popular session where we turn the tables — instead of having CEOs present their companies and technologies, we have technical diligence experts look at companies and technologies with a critical eye — pointing out the question marks and “still to be proven” aspects as well as […]

Biofuels Digest Index slips to 76.58 as ethanol equities head downwards
21-Sep-14   By: Jim Lane

The Biofuels Digest Index, an index of publicly traded biofuels stocks, slipped 0.28 percent to 76.58 as ethanol equities continued to correct downwards. For the day, Aemetis (AMTX) dropped 5.99 percent to $8.01, while Gevo (GEVO) soared 14.57 percent to $0.40. Among other equities, Ceres (CERE) tumbled 8.60 percent to $0.44. Overall, declines and advances […]

US Navy, DOE, USDA award $210M for 3 biorefineries and mil-spec fuels
19-Sep-14   By: Jim Lane

In Washington, the Department of Defense has awarded $210 million under the Defense Production Act to Emerald Biofuels, Fulcrum BioEnergy and Red Rock Bio towards the construction of biorefineries that produce cost-competitive, drop-in military biofuels. Under the grants, the companies will build biorefineries to produce military spec fuel that is expected to cost the US military, on […]

US ethanol stocks hit five-week high as production soars
19-Sep-14   By: Meghan Sapp

In Washington, the Energy Information Agency says that ethanol stocks reached 18.81 million barrels during the week ending Sept. 12, up 4.3% and the highest in 18 months. Ethanol production reached 931,000 barrels during the week, the third week in a row where production increased. Cheap corn thanks to a bumper harvest as most production […]

Biodiesel blending factor seesawing as market waits for better D4 RIN prices
19-Sep-14   By: Meghan Sapp

In New York state, the biodiesel blending factor rose to its highest level since Aug. 8 at minus 28.43 cents/gal despite lackluster demand as buyers wait to see if D4 RIN prices improve. Fifteen straight sessions saw the factor climb eight times, but never rose for more than two days in a row.  

Brazil approves 10% farnesene in diesel blends
19-Sep-14   By: Meghan Sapp

In Brazil, the ANP is now allowing diesel to be blended with 10% of Amyris sugarcane-based farnesene along with 6% biodiesel, reducing the fossil component of diesel to 84%. The biodiesel component will increase to 7% from Nov. 1. Amyris Brasil is required to submit monthly reports of fuel quality and every six months submit […]

Data on small used cooking oil supplies falling through the cracks in Taipei
19-Sep-14   By: Meghan Sapp

In Taipei, the national environmental protection agency says it can only monitor roughly half of the used cooking oil produced domestically during the past two years, or just 38,000 metric tonnes. Policy only requires facilities of a certain size to report its used cooking oil supplies, meaning about half of the facilities are too small […]

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