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Europe’s biofuel dispute splits the industry

A divisive European debate over the green credentials of biofuels has stalled investment and threatens the future of some producers, but could also create lucrative opportunities, companies said on Tuesday. After a two-year investigation, the European Commission has decided that

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EU bioethanol group weighs U.S. subsidy lawsuit

European bioethanol producers will decide by the end of March whether to file a legal complaint with the European Commission over U.S. subsidies, the EU’s main bioethanol lobby said. Producers such as Germany’s CropEnergies and Spain’s Abengoa are gathering data

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Biofuel crops to fall within assurance chain

Grain destined for the biofuel chain looks set to fall within farm assurance following negotiations between Assured Food Standards, the NFU and the European Commission. Ensuring there was a single assurance programme was a key objective of bringing biofuels crops under

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Biofuel operators slam European Commission for legislative vacuum

Biofuel market operators slammed the European Commission Tuesday for a legislative vacuum on the implementation of sustainability criteria for renewable fuels in Europe after a deadline to adopt a directive came and went in December. The December 5, 2010 deadline

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