QUOTE AND NEWS
The Economic Times  Jul 1  Comment 
"If we start making ethanol from bamboo in North-East, lakhs will get employment and several industries will come up," Gadkarisaid.
Benzinga  Jun 30  Comment 
Hand sanitizers kills 99.9 percent of germs and is effective in promoting health and wellness, right? Perhaps if this claim were true the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) wouldn't find it necessary to initiate a probe and ask for new studies on...
The Hindu Business Line  Jun 21  Comment 
OMCs have been unable to procure adequate ethanol from sugar mills
Biomass Magazine  Jun 16  Comment 
California Ethanol & Power LLC has awarded a engineering services agreement to Technip for its proposed biorefinery project in Imperial Valley, California. The facility will produce ethanol, electricity and biogas.
Japan Today  Jun 15  Comment 
Nissan says it is developing fuel-cell technology that can power cars using plant-based ethanol, a first for the auto industry, and hopes to launch the system in time for Tokyo's 2020 Olympics. Japan's number-two automaker said its experimental...
Bulk Transporter  Jun 15  Comment 
The Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) announced $1 million in grant funding for training and outreach programs to help local communities prepare for transportation incidents involving hazardous materials, including...
Forbes  Jun 14  Comment 
Nissan is developing a fuel cell system that converts low-cost ethanol to hydrogen, eliminating the need for a heavy hydrogen tank on the vehicle, or for building out a network of hydrogen refueling stations.
Motley Fool  Jun 10  Comment 
Investors might be beginning to see the potential value of the long-term strategy at Pacific Ethanol.
Biomass Magazine  Jun 6  Comment 
Scientists from the ARC Centre of Excellence in Plant Cell Walls at the University of Adelaide have discovered that a variety of sorghum growing wild in Australia has the potential to yield over 10,000 liters of ethanol per hectare per year.
OilVoice  Jun 3  Comment 
Source U.S. Energy Information Administration Petroleum Supply Monthly Although pipelines tankers and barges are widely used to transport liquid fuels to from and within the United States seve




 

that it could also be that the alcohol has aeoksd up more than the allowable amount of water, and the engine is trying to run on water part of the time. They suggested letting it sit for at least a day, then siphoning off the bottom third or so of the tank, top up with premium, and try that, repeat as necessary.I'm going out to my boat tonight, so I'll just stop at the marina and get a couple of jugs of boat gas to put in, but take enough jugs to DRAIN the tank into. Total replacement of the fuel. The yacht club can use some accelerant for their burn pile, it gets pretty soggy this time of year.Rivrdog

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