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Forbes reviving old food vs fuel debate in light of E15

Forbes reviving old food vs fuel debate in light of E15

October 25, 2018 |

In Washington, Forbes magazine is reviving the food vs. fuel debate by sourcing a 2015 publication by controversial researcher Timothy Searchinger from the World Resources Institute’s website. The paper is quoted several times identifying the use of corn in ethanol as a misguided notion, such its diversion from food for fuel and alluding towards indirect […]

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Forbes sees rush of ethanol exports to China as just a blip in the market

Forbes sees rush of ethanol exports to China as just a blip in the market

September 15, 2015 |

In China, Forbes believes increased ethanol import demand will be limited despite recent surges during the past few months due to lack of policy support for further blending mandates, and lack of consumer confidence due to the overall economic downturn that has in turn negatively impacted the automotive industry, and competition among advanced technologies for […]

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REX American Resources one of Forbes’ top 20 fastest-growing companies

REX American Resources one of Forbes’ top 20 fastest-growing companies

August 27, 2014 |

In Ohio, REX American Resources ranked among the top 20 fastest growing companies in America, according to the recently released Fortune’s 100 Fastest Growing Companies. The energy company, which has ownership stakes in ethanol plants, has posted a revenue of $644 million in the last year. One-quarter of the companies on the Fortune list “make […]

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FORBES names LanzaTech to 100 Most-Promising Privately Held Companies for 2012

FORBES names LanzaTech to 100 Most-Promising Privately Held Companies for 2012

February 7, 2013 |

In Illinois, Forbes Magazine has ranked LanzaTech, a producer of low-carbon fuels and chemicals from gases, #48 in its annual list of the top 100 Most Promising privately held companies. In 2012, LanzaTech reached key development milestones when it became the first company ever to scale gas fermentation technology to a pre-commercial level. Working closely […]

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Forbes dives into military biofuels debate

Forbes dives into military biofuels debate

September 11, 2012 |

In New York state, Forbes magazine has dove straight into the middle of the military biofuels debate looking at the state of the industry from inside Sapphire, Solazyme and a handful of other companies who are all looking to get a piece of the military fuel budget—if Congress will let it and the pro-biofuels powers […]

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