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Ethanol imports from the U.S. drop
Ethanol imports from the U.S. dropped 36 per cent in January 2014, making Brazil the new number one importer of American ethanol.
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Biomass Secure Power Inc. applies for TSX listing
Biomass Secure Power Inc. has officially applied to become a publicly listed company on the TSX Venture Exchange.
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Wood pellets scarce in U.S. northeast
Wood pellets remain in high demand and short supply in the U.S. northeast as it prepares for another blast of winter weather.
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U.K. biomass plant project halted
RES has stopped its development in Northumberland as a result of what the company is calling inconsistent government subsidies.
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BCN adds Dr. Victor Cheng to team
The Biorefining Conversions Network has announced the appointment of Dr. Victor Cheng as its Scientific Extension Lead.
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