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Jatropha World 2009 Advance Access: Surprisingly Candid Interview Series Examines Biofuel Predictions Compared to Fossil Fuels
Date:12/17/2008

Biofuel Limited has planted Jatropha curcas in over 130,000 hectares of waste farmland by means of an out growers' scheme. Local farmers plant and harvest Jatropha in their waste farmland, for which D1-Williamson Magor group provides a buy-back guarantee.

One of India's most prominent voices in the profit potential of biodiesel, Mr. Bhar stated that his company has new plantations under development and D1-Williamson Magor Biofuels Ltd expects to supply oil on a commercial scale - with an annual production goal of 400 million liters of oil - by 2010.

During his recent eye-opening interview, Mr. Bhar revealed his startling insights on:

  • The future direction of Jatropha as a biodiesel feedstock in 2009.
  • The impact of the global economic slowdown and crude oil volatilities on Jatropha's viability.
  • When Jatropha seeds and oil supplies will hit the market.
  • Jatropha co-products such as seedcake and glycerin.
  • Developing an ideal Jatropha business model; Small-scale vs. Large-scale Jatropha plantation management.
  • Short and long term Jatropha market and applications projections.
  • The importance of educating farmers on Jatropha toxicity.
To access Mr. Bhar's informative question and answer session, a must have for any Jatropha investor or entrepreneur, visit http://www.futureenergyevents.com/jatropha/pradip/ for a free download.

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