31 Jan '12, 4pm

Controlling Feedstock Costs Creates Value in Biofuel Companies: Filed under: Energy News

Note: The companies cited are for illustrative purposes – there are, for example, tons of companies working on micro algae and agricultural residues that we did not have space to mention – and no disrespect is intended if a favorite company of yours is not included. And, yes, some of these feedstocks (e.g. algae) fit to some extent in both the sugars and oils department. But you get the general idea.

Full article: http://www.altenergystocks.com/archives/2012/01/controlli...

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