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Anti-ethanol arguments are easily debunked

Editor's note: This is the first of a two-part opinion piece on ethanol. Read part two.

Madison, Wis. - There has been a great deal of media coverage on biofuels and ethanol, much of it confusing. I want to save you the trouble of reading all this confusing information, so let's straighten out all the ......

Full article >>> ard and ethanol will fall from its lofty heights. Ethanol is economically competitive when oil is $40 per barrel or above. Currently oil is at nearly $80 per barrel, China and India are just beginning their march up the consumption curve, and the situation in the Middle East is hotter than ethanol-charged Indy racing fuel.

Does anyone think this will change anytime soon? I'm sure there is......

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The byproduct of ethanol production is a protein-rich animal food that is approximately one third the weight of the corn that comes into the ethanol plant. Although the production of ethanol reduces the corn weight by two thirds, it doesn't change the protein content. Ethanol production reduces the feed bulk but not the feed value of corn. This byproduct is c......

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Source:wistechnology.com By John Biondi 08/01/06


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