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What is the state of biofuel mandates?

Inform SmartBrief | Jan 07, 2015

This article reviews the state of biofuel mandates, including those of the EU, which scaled back its Renewable Energy Directive to between 5% and 7.5%, and Brazil, which is considering raising its ethanol mandate from 25% to 27.5%. Also noted are China, which is considering a 10% biofuel mandate, and the U.S., which delayed the finalization of its 2014 Renewable Fuel Standard Renewable Volume Obligations. BiofuelsDigest.com (12/31)


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Book chronicles the flawed arguments against saturated fat

Inform SmartBrief | Jan 07, 2015

Hair care goes shampoo-free

Inform SmartBrief | Jan 21, 2015

Monsanto and DuPont Pioneer end court battle over seed technologies

Inform SmartBrief | Jan 07, 2015

Colombia's palm-oil boom has its costs

Inform SmartBrief | Jan 07, 2015

How did renewable-chemical companies fare in 2014?

Inform SmartBrief | Jan 07, 2015

8 advanced biofuel developers that could compete with cheap oil

Inform SmartBrief | Jan 21, 2015

Animal fats make comeback in kitchens across the country

Inform SmartBrief | Jan 21, 2015


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