News stories this week point to U.S. ethanol export opportunities with Brazil, while further cooperation between U.S. corn farmers and ethanol producers looks like a win-win for everyone. Those stories, plus a new report finds there’s more than enough biomass for biofuels, without affecting global food supply.
As we cruise through the holiday season toward the new year, there are reasons for farmers and ethanol producers alike to be optimistic. Let’s take a look at a couple of those reasons today, along with a letter from Novozymes’ own Ryan Knight, in this week’s news roundup!
Amid improving technology and globalization, we often hear that the world feels like a smaller place. So why should the biofuels industry be any different?
This week’s top headlines help show how intertwined our economies and supply chains are—and what significant role bioenergy is already playing in that regard worldwide.
This week’s news roundup looks at a few recent global advances for the ethanol industry, from enzyme technology to aviation biofuel. Plus: a new corn ethanol plant in a place you might not expect.