Biodiesel use around the world

Biodiesel use around the world

Biodiesel has been produced commercially in Europe since 1992, and European countries account for more than 80% of global biodiesel consumption. Since 2006, biodiesel capacity has more than doubled and in 2013, EU countries produced 10,367,000 tonnes of biodiesel. Biodiesel markets are experiencing double digit growth in the United States and Asia, in particular India … Read More

RFA files lawsuit against the EPA and DOE over denial of agency records

RFA files lawsuit against the EPA and DOE over denial of agency records

On 30 August 2018, bioethanol trade association Growth Energy announced in a press release that it, alongside the Renewable Fuels Association (RFA), has decided to file a lawsuit in federal district court against the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Department of Energy (DOE) for improperly denying access to agency records, particularly those surrounding … Read More

Indonesia’s biodiesel mandate can help Malaysia cut palm stockpile: Analyst

Indonesia’s biodiesel mandate can help Malaysia cut palm stockpile: Analyst

KUALA LUMPUR: Indonesia’s plans for more widespread use of biodiesel could reduce its exports and global palm oil supplies, leaving Malaysia to fill in the gap in the export market, said industry analyst James Fry today. “That (Indonesia’s biodiesel mandate) is quite a significant help towards taking surplus palm oil out of the market, and that … Read More

NBB asks Farm Bill Committee to support biodiesel

NBB asks Farm Bill Committee to support biodiesel

The US National Biodiesel Board has reiterated the industry’s strong support for the passage of a new Agricultural Improvement Act of 2018 (commonly known as the Farm Bill) that includes funding for programmes that support biodiesel, in a letter to the Conference Committee working to finalise the legislation. The 2018 Farm Bill would lay out … Read More

Development status of biodesel in the Americans

Development status of biodesel in the Americans

United States The United States is the world’s largest soybean producer. Its soybean oil has surplus in addition to its own use and exports, and there is still room for further development of soybean production. Therefore, the main raw material for biodiesel production in the United States is soybean oil. According to the statistics of … Read More

Benefits Of Biodiesel Instruction

Environmental Benefits In 2000, biodiesel became the only alternative fuel in the country to have successfully completed the EPA-required Tier I and Tier II health effects testing under the Clean Air Act. These independent tests conclusively demonstrated biodiesel’ s significant reduction of virtually all regulated emissions, and showed biodiesel does not pose a threat to … Read More