April 2007

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HP In Brief: HPInBrief April 2007

    Examining role of ethanolBiofuels, especially ethanol, have gained strong interest in the transport..

Weirauch, Wendy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

    Examining role of ethanolBiofuels, especially ethanol, have gained strong interest in the transportation fuels market. At his company's recent LPG seminar, Bill Sanderson, president of Purvin & Gertz, took a look at this controversial product's role in the energy mix. In the US, ethanol producers have been increasing domestic supplies. They are on track to meet 2005 Energy Bill mandates, which set a requirement to use 7.5 billion gallons of ethanol and/or biodiesel in the nation's fuel supply by 2012. However, the "20 in 10" ethanol goal announced in the

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