March 20, 2017
March 15, 2017
“We see a growing demand for biodiesel and renewable diesel moving forward, regardless of what happens with domestic petroleum production.” That’s according to National Biodiesel Board CEO Donnell Rehagen. And that’s despite the Trump administration’s climate skepticism, its commitments to promote fossil fuels, and its oil-country Cabinet appointments.
March 13, 2017
Global eco vehicle market-focus on China: trends and opportunities (2016-2020) available in new report
The report titled “Global Eco Cars Market-Focus on China: Trends and Opportunities (2016-2020)” provides an in-depth analysis of global eco-car market with special coverage on eco-car market in China. Eco-car also known as green car is a road motor vehicle that produces less harmful impacts to the environment than comparable conventional internal combustion engine vehicles running on gasoline or diesel, or one that uses certain alternative fuels.
March 10, 2017
March 8, 2017
IncBio, a leading Portuguese engineering company, who specializes in state of the art fully automated industrial plants, has been awarded a new contract for a 60.000 MT/year Palm Oil Refining plant. The plant will comprise of degumming, bleaching, deodorization and fractionation of crude palm oil (CPO), which will be used for food and biodiesel applications.
March 6, 2017
Minnesota Soybean Processors (MnSP) and its subsidiary North Dakota Soybean Processors (NDSP) is taking steps toward construction of a $240 million soybean processing plant. The plant will be located in Spiritwood, North Dakota, U.S., and will have a crushing capacity of 125,000 bushels of soybeans per day.
March 2, 2017
Malaysia has been a major player in the palm oil industry for over three decades, but it has failed to make any breakthrough in the field of biodiesel energy due to insufficient research. Economist Jomo Kwame Sundaram said discussions on biodiesel energy – that can be derived from palm oil – had been ongoing for over 30 years, but research and development efforts were too modest.