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May 16, 2006

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corndog

Wow! What a great blog. Very informative. You're bookmarked.

ED MILLS

I WOULD LOVE TO BE INVOLVED WITH THIS PROJECT IN LOUISIANA. I WANT TO STAY IN LA. BUT MY OPTIONS OF EMPLOYMENT ARE VERY LIMITED. THIS PROJECT IS IN MY BACKYARD. I HAVE A CONSTRUCTION DEGREE FROM NLU AND WOULD RELISH AN OPPORTUNITY WITH THIS PARTICULAR PROJECT.

BKnox

I would like to know when this project starts and what company has the contract for the pipe department of the construction
job.

wilson

How much oil is used to produce the chemical fertilizers and pesticides that get dumped on all that corn, after increasing need and government subsidies cause farmers to abandon crop rotation and deplete their soil with overproduction of a single crop? How much oil is used in the conversion process? And if ethanol is such a threat to big oil companies, why are they all backing its production?

wilson

How much oil is used to produce the chemical fertilizers and pesticides that get dumped on all that corn, after increasing need and government subsidies cause farmers to abandon crop rotation and deplete their soil with overproduction of a single crop? How much oil is used in the conversion process? And if ethanol is such a threat to big oil companies, why are they all backing its production?

kit p

I have no problems with oil companies using their chemical processing skills to produce bio-ethanol. In the US, refiners are mandated to use s a certain amount of renewable energy ethanol in the gasoline mix.

Biofuels show great promise to provide transportation fuel with lower environmental impact than oil.

wood@laguna.net

I am interested in R&D on the production of lignocellulosic ethanol from wood wastes of the wood-using industries. Are there any commercial plants established already?

wood@laguna.net

I am interested in R&D on the production of lignocellulosic ethanol from wood wastes of the wood-using industries. Are there any commercial plants established already?

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