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REG, Neste Oil Settle US, Singapore IP lawsuits
19-Dec-14   By: Jim Lane

In Iowa, Renewable Energy Group and Neste Oil have entered into a Settlement and License Agreement whereby the parties have settled Neste’s US patent infringement lawsuit against REG and REG’s Singapore patent infringement lawsuit against Neste and REG has licensed certain Neste Oil NEXBTL technology and intellectual property rights for use at REG Geismar. REG […]

BNDES OKs $116M in financing for Abengoa cellulosic ethanol plant in Sao Paulo State
19-Dec-14   By: Jim Lane

In Brazil, the National Bank for Economic and Social Development (BNDES) approved $223.38 in financing for four sugarcane projects. The largest announced financing is for Abengoa Bioenergy SA Agribusiness, which will receive $116.8M to implement its second-generation ethanol plant. The new project will be integrated with the Usina São Luiz first-generation ethanol plant in Pirassununga, in São Paulo […]

Leifmark teams with New Holland on biomass harvesting technology
19-Dec-14   By: Meghan Sapp

In Iowa, Leifmark, LLC and New Holland Agriculture teamed up to test equipment and methods used to gather, bale, and store the corn stover left behind after the grain harvest in two Iowa cornfields in early November. Paul Kamp, Leifmark’s Chicago-based partner, coordinated the 520-bale collection. “Using local specialists and best practices, we showed stover […]

UNICA says hard for ethanol to compete with $60 oil as nine more mills shut
19-Dec-14   By: Meghan Sapp

In Brazil, UNICA says that ethanol and all renewable energies become a challenge with oil at $60 per barrel, but that the choice of ethanol over gasoline has to be about more than just price. The ethanol industry is suffering from a lack of confidence, which has partly led to more mills mothballing. Nine more […]

Novozymes pushing forward with advanced biofuels despite $60 oil
19-Dec-14   By: Meghan Sapp

In Denmark, Novozymes isn’t phased by the drop in oil prices to 2009 levels, saying that it will stay the course in cellulosic biofuels that it has invested in since 2002. The company says that commodity prices change but that cellulosic biofuels will eventually be competitive with oil, and it’s willing to wait around a […]

New York state awards bioenergy projects with economic development grants
19-Dec-14   By: Meghan Sapp

In New York state, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced that $709.2 million in economic and community development funding has been awarded through Round IV of the Regional Economic Development Council (REDC) initiative. Bioenergy projects that received funding include: Seneca Bioenergy LLC: Seneca Bioenergy was awarded a $250,000 ESD grant to support the expansion of biodiesel […]

Shanks Group leads preferred bidders for Surrey Biofuels Processing Facility
19-Dec-14   By: Meghan Sapp

In the UK, waste-to-product company Shanks Group plc announced that Iris Solutions, a consortium led by Orgaworld Canada, part of Shanks’ Organics Division, has been selected as the preferred proponent for the Surrey Biofuels Processing Facility project in Canada. Shanks will build the biofuel processing facility, which will process 115,000 tonnes of residual kitchen and […]

Biofuel developer may get $550,000 soft loan from Indian town to build plant
19-Dec-14   By: Meghan Sapp

In Indiana, Delaware-based S.G. Preston Company is negotiating with Logansport city council for a $550,000 forgivable loan towards the development of a $400 million biodiesel or biojet facility in the community that would use waste oils as feedstock. The facility would have an annual production of between 120 million and 400 million gallons. The final […]

Brazil’s CTBE signs MOU with York’s Biorenewables Development Centre
19-Dec-14   By: Meghan Sapp

In the UK, Brazil’s National Laboratory of Science and Technology of Bioethanol (CTBE) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Biorenewables Development Centre (BDC), based in York. For the past five years, plant biologists, geneticists and green chemists from across Europe have been working with CTBE experts on sugarcane breeding and bioethanol production, […]

Biofuels proponents think 2015 might be their year with greener legislature
19-Dec-14   By: Meghan Sapp

In Oregon, biofuels supporters expect to have a better go in the 2015 legislative session to get the Clean Fuels Act finally operational. Democrats picked up two state senate and one house seat, tipping the balance to a decidedly democratic majority, which is expected to help the policy that requires gas and diesel to low […]

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