Inside November 2002

Features

Hawaiian Islands eye ethanol

BY Tom BryanState ethanol production incentives in place, technology providers interested, economic impact assessment looks promising READ MORE

Rail car builder offers 6351 for DDGS transport

BY Tom BryanTrinity Rail sees growth in U.S. ethanol industry, distillers dried grains market READ MORE

Fuels agreement will survive in 108th Congress

BY Tom BryanSize, complexity of energy bill means it could be several months before RFS is passed in 2003 READ MORE

‘Bio-Fuels…Driving India's Future'

BY Mike Bryan, President BBI InternationalNine states, two provinces have government mandate to use 5 percent ethanol blends in 100 percent of the gasoline, 10 percent ethanol blends is ultimate goal READ MORE

500 attend Bioenergy 2002 in Boise, Idaho

BY Kathy Bryan, BBI International Vice President

Distilled - Ethanol News & Trends

ChevronTexaco discusses ethanol patents

Company says patents will be used ‘defensively' READ MORE

Missouri Conoco to pump ethanol for Postal Service

28 of city's 100 postal trucks can use E-85. READ MORE

Germany poised to enter world biofuels market

BY Mike Bryan, President BBI InternationalNation's biodiesel market is virtually unlimited, ethanol picking up pace READ MORE

North Dakota's ethanol industry making big strides

BY Tom BryanGov. Hoeven has asked legislature to approve ethanol initiatives, including up to $3 million in annual subsidies for new plants READ MORE

Ethanol project moves forward in Illinois

Williams ethanol marketer speaks at Pike County meeting READ MORE

Ethanol industry sets all-time monthly production record

Over 166,000 barrels per day produced in November READ MORE

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