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German motorists are avoiding filling up with Bioethanol

German motorists are avoiding filling up their cars with gasoline with a higher biofuel blend due to concerns it could cause engine damage, German oil industry association MWV said. The German government has from Jan. 1, 2011, permitted a rise

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US lacks the infrastructure to consume more bioethanol

Purdue University study suggests that the United States doesn’t have the infrastructure to meet the federal mandate for renewable fuel use with bioethanol, howver they could meet the standard with significant increases in  next-generation and cellulosicbiofuels. Their findings were published

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Thailand to boost alternative fuel output in 2011

Southeast Asia’s leading bio fuel producer and user, Thailand said alternative fuel development is gathering pace in the country as global oil prices are still rising and the country is committed to energy saving and fossil fuel consumption reduction. According

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Biofueled New Zealand closer as Gull takes leap

New Zealand has its first biofuel station now that every pump at Gull’s Albany station delivers a biofuel blend. But eco warriors in search of a fully sustainable lifestyle will have to wait a while; there’s still very little biofuel

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