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In Nevada, Methes Energies has received a deposit from Antilla Energy VBA (formally known as BioFuel Aruba) to start the manufacturing process of one Denami 600 to be delivered to Aruba. The Denami 600 is expected to be delivered in September 2014. Antilla will utilize locally collected waste cooking oil to produce biodiesel that will […]
In Singapore, grease from waste traps at restaurants is making its way to biodiesel producers for use as feedstock, which goes against national law. The National Environmental Agency is investigating cases of the trade, circumventing current laws that require waste oil to be collected by licensed operators and then disposed in a water reclamation plant […]
In Indonesia, the Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry is preparing a new calculation for biodiesel prices that will come into effect in 2015 in an attempt to facilitate more diverse participation in the market. The move comes as a result of Pertamina’s failure to secure the 6.6 billion liters of biodiesel needed to reach B10 […]
In California, Springboard Biodiesel, a leading provider of small-scale biodiesel processing systems, has announced the creation of a local biodiesel buyers club for interested individuals and companies in and around Butte County. The company, which has been manufacturing and selling state-of-the-art biodiesel production equipment for nearly 6 years, was a recent recipient of a grant […]
In Arkansas, alt.Consulting is implementing its new rural biodiesel business model in the town of DeWitt by leasing a small-scale biodiesel plant to a local farmer who will on-sell the up to 80,000 gallons of biodiesel annually to the city for use in its fleet. The company plans to up-scale this model with other farmers […]
In Indonesia, growing demand for biodiesel is expected to weigh on export availability of the fuel. Exports are expected to remain steady on the year at 21 million metric tons, thanks to increased domestic demand of around 38%. Production could reach as high as 31 million tons this year, up from 26.5 million tons last […]
In Hawaii, the state is looking to raise $50 million in bonds to help support Florida-based BioTork to implement a demonstration facility that would produce algae-based biofuels from papaya waste. The state loses 35% of its papaya production annually to wastage, so the project would allow the industry to recuperate some of that lost investment. […]
In Spain, Indonesian company Musim Mas, through its Spanish arm Masol Iberia Biofuels, has purchased the Infinita Renovables biodiesel facility in Ferrol. The government recently approved a supply quota for the facility of up to 300,000 metric tons for this year and next year.
In Washington, House Ways and Means Committee Chairman David Camp, R-Mich. has proposed a bill that would repeal tax credits for ethanol that expired in 2011 as well as the $1.01 per gallon tax credit for cellulosic ethanol that expired at the end of 2013. In addition, the bill proposes to also repeal the biodiesel […]
In Utah, a proposal recognizing the benefits of biodiesel successfully passed the state’s House of Representatives Natural Resources, Agriculture and Environment Committee on Tuesday, a move that is meant to support the introduction of biodiesel blending in the state. Currently the two commercial biodiesel producers, Washakie Renewable Energy in Plymouth and Washington County’s Pleasant Valley, […]