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Philippines needs to import 2/3 of ethanol mandate this year
30-Oct-14   By: Meghan Sapp

In the Philippines, the USDA estimates the island archipelago will need to import 200 million liters of ethanol to compliment the 100 million liters of local production in order to reach this year’s blending mandate. Without significant increases in investment, by 2020 when the E20 policy comes into place, the country will need to import […]

EIA says exports pushed down stocks despite higher production
30-Oct-14   By: Meghan Sapp

In Washington, the Energy Information Agency says that a steady stream of ethanol exports has dragged down stocks nationwide to a five-week low. Stocks hit 17.039 million barrels, down 901,000 barrels the end of last week. Production soared to 937,000 barrels per day, up 40,000 barrels a day, but even so export volumes were such […]

India to invest $150 million in ethanol ethylene in Egypt
30-Oct-14   By: Meghan Sapp

In Egypt, India’s Sanmar group plans to invest $150 million in a 60,000 metric ton per year green ethylene facility that will use ethanol as feedstock. It is part of phase two investments at its chemicals complex in Port Said.  

Critics respond to study claiming poor GHG performance of cellulosic biofuels
30-Oct-14   By: Meghan Sapp

In the UK, a slew of critical responses to a study published earlier this year by a University of Nebraska-Lincoln assistant professor has been published in the journal Nature Climate Change, the same journal where the controversial research claimed cellulosic biofuels don’t stack up as intended in regards to GHG emissions. The researcher and her […]

US estimates gasoline energy content fell 3% in 20 years due to ethanol
30-Oct-14   By: Meghan Sapp

In Washington, the Energy Information Agency has adjusted its estimates of the energy content of retail motor gasoline in the Monthly Energy Review (MER) to reflect its changing composition. Ethanol and other oxygenates, which have lower energy content than petroleum-based gasoline components, have seen their share of total gasoline volumes increase from 2% in 1993 […]

More corn farmers line up to sue Syngenta over China’s DDGS ban
30-Oct-14   By: Meghan Sapp

In Illinois, more corn farmers have sued Syngenta over their GMO corn that is banned in China, the main import market for DDGS. The case filed in federal court in Chicago follows on the heels of another case where Cargill filed a $90 million claim against the company in Louisiana. A federal court in Charleston, South […]

North Carolina research breaking down cell walls
30-Oct-14   By: Meghan Sapp

In North Carolina, researchers are using biotechnology to chip away at barriers to producing biofuels from woody plants and grasses instead of the corn and sugarcane used to make ethanol. NC State’s Forest Biotechnology Group, which has been responsible for several research milestones published this year, summed up biofuel research progress and challenges for a […]

LCFS in Washington state would boost fuel prices 2 cents a gallon by 2020
30-Oct-14   By: Meghan Sapp

In Washington state, consultants have determined that the implementation of a proposed clean fuel standard would increase the price of fuel by 2 cents per gallon by 2020. The analysis outlines a variety of policy options, their costs and the investment required to implement the various infrastructure needs in order to achieve the policy.

Biofuels Digest Index edges up to 69.41 as large caps gain
30-Oct-14   By: Jim Lane

The Biofuels Digest Index, an index of publicly traded biofuels stocks, edged up 0.35 percent to 69.41 as large caps gained. For the day, Sacom (SAM.MI) plunged 9.39 percent to $3.01, while Dyadic (DYAI) dropped 4.40 percent to $1.52. Among other equities, Gevo (GEVO) slipped 3.04 percent to $0.35. Overall, advances led declines 2 to […]

Good times for now, headwinds on the horizon: Q3 earnings time for the advanced bioeconomy, energy
30-Oct-14   By: Jim Lane

Novozymes, Shell, BP, Clariant, Green Plains and Pacific Ethanol report — what’s the trend, what’s new, what’s troubling? The Digest looks into the results. In the first half of November we will be hearing from a slew of companies regarding Q3 earnings — but earnings season is well underway already, and we have good indicators […]

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