The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) plans to issue monthly reports that expand upon biofuels data. EIA’s first edition of Monthly Biofuels Capacity and Feedstocks Update was published Wednesday (March 31) with January data. “We developed the Monthly Biofuels Capacity and Feedstocks Update because of the significant growth in U.S. production of renewable fuels,” said…
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Proponents of natural gas vehicles (NGV) on Thursday cheered the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for its increased allocation of volumes of cellulosic biofuel for next year as a boost to the steadily increasing use of renewable natural gas (RNG) in NGVs.
BP plc, long North America’s largest natural gas marketer, as well as one of the biggest global natural gas and oil, in recent days has turned its attention to bulking up its alternative fuels portfolio.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit on Tuesday upheld the federal government’s waivers for small refineries, which allows them to not include minimum renewables volumes in their transportation fuels to the chagrin of renewable natural gas (RNG) stakeholders.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) last week offered a sharp upgrade to renewable natural gas (RNG) in its proposed 2019 Renewable Fuel Volume Obligations (RVO).
A trio of companies has agreed to pursue a gas-to-liquids (GTL) demonstration project in Houston with the goal of bringing the technology to the gas patch, where stranded wells could be enlisted to produce synthetic crude oil.
Production from the nation’s shale plays will grow to 12.2 Tcf in 2035, when it will be 47% of total U.S. production, up from 16% in 2009, according to the Energy Information Administration’s (EIA) “Annual Energy Outlook 2011” (AEO2011), which was released Tuesday.
ConocoPhillips has slashed its capital budget for 2007, and it warned that if service costs continue to escalate, its medium-term oil and natural gas production likely will be impacted.
Intrepid Technology and Resources Inc. (ITR), an Idaho-based biofuels company, signed a preliminary 15-year gas supply agreement with local utility Intermountain Gas, covering all of the expected methane supply delivered to the Intermountain distribution system from ITR’s anaerobic digester technology plants at participating dairies in southern Idaho.