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  • However, recent increases in grain prices mean that production costs are now similar for grain ethanol and second generation biofuels, according to a paper published in the first edition of Biofuels, Bioproducts & Biorefining.

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  • Major Breakthrough in Biofuels in: Health & Fitness

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  • Latest Advances in the Latin American Biofuels Market to Boost Stakeholders to Leverage this Market, Says Frost & Sullivan

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  • BP in Butamax Advanced Biofuels, which is currently embroiled in a lawsuit with Gevo GEVO.

  • Using a newly developed tool known as the Biofuels

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  • Beyond the UK, at a European level, a critical report (pdf) by the European Commission's Joint Research Centre, called Biofuels in the European Context: Facts and Uncertainties, has caused havoc with EU targets. fertiliser used to grow biofuels can also be a significant source of greenhouse gases

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  • "Biofuels" another engine for generating illegal immigration by M. Davis on Friday, Jun 15, 2007 at 9: 40: 29 AM

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  • The term 'Biofuels' might sound like a catchy green buzzword, but these alternatives to petroleum-based staples have been around for a long time.

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  • "Biofuels" (Feb. 10, 2009), a look at large-scale, marine production of algae, which is emerging as a viable source for biofuels

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  • There are alternatives such as Biofuels from trees and beans, hydroelectric technology and development, natural gas, hydrogen cells, atomic energy plants and the development of solar energy.

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