BP scales back E.U. advanced biofuels efforts, citing regulatory uncertainty and feedstock issues

BP announced it will scale back its advanced biofuels presence in the E.U. due to the unpredictable regulatory environment, and instead focus on Brazil. BP also stated that aggregating enough feedstock volume to take advantage of cost reductions from economies of scale is a major issue for biofue...

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