Feedstocks on the mind at the Advanced Biofuels Summit

Much like at the World Biofuel Markets Congress in Rotterdam last month (see the March 27, 2012 LRAFJ), feedstocks were on everyone's mind at last week's Advanced Biofuels Leadership Summit in Washington D.C. Presenters discussed wood, waste, energy crops, algae, corn, jatropha, and others, while th...

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