Colombia touts its sugarcane, palm resources for biofuels projects

May 18, 2012 |

In Colombia, the Ministry of Mines and Energy stated that biodiesel production from its sugarcane and palm resources can reduce GHG emissions by 83 and 74 percent.

Biodiesel Magazine is reporting that Colombia is banking on hopes that a combination of attractive carbon savings and the local growing conditions will spark a biofuels boom in the country; local policymakers also point to the country’s stable political and courts systems, as well as the natural resources.

 

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