- Crude comfort for oil retailers. // Telegraph (Calcutta, India);1/14/2015, p9
The article reports on the decline of state-owned oil firm revenue losses and oil import bill due to decrease in global crude oil prices in 2015.
- Fill up your fuel tanks with Chardonnay; wine-powered world. Cline, Harry // Western Farm Press;5/21/2011, Vol. 33 Issue 13, p4
In this article, the author suggests that vehicles designed to utilize wine as fuel is a good and less expensive alternative to high-priced gasoline.
- FERTILISER MARKET REPORT. Chesher, Roger // Farmers Weekly;5/5/2006, Vol. 144 Issue 18, p27
The article reports on various issues related to the fertiliser market in Great Britain. The grassland compound fertiliser market has finally started. Prices have eased a little. Despite the pick up of sales, deliveries are still down 10 percent. There is time for the market to pick up, but...
- Price Rise of Oil Products Results in Fertilizers Sector. // China Chemical Reporter;5/6/2006, Vol. 17 Issue 13, p6
The article reports on the impact of price increases for natural gas and oil products on the fertilizer industry of China in 2006. Key issues discussed include the close association between fertilizer production cost and the prices of oil products, as well as the direct increase in production...
- Ethanol dreams. de Klerk, Vic // Finweek;1/25/2007, p24
The article reports on the increase in the prices of yellow maize in all world markets. In South Africa, the price of yellow maize for immediate delivery is 1,650 rands per ton. It has also announced that the expected maize crop in the U.S. is low. In addition, the fall in the price of crude oil...
- Fill'er up with ethanol. Harris, Shaun // Finance Week;11/1/2004, p31
This article reports that the twin developments of various protocols worldwide aimed at phasing out the use of fossil-based fuels and the oil price breaking U.S.$50/barrel are making ethanol production look viable. Durban-based Illovo Sugar, Africa's largest sugar producer, is well placed to...
- Ethanol coming under fire once again. Stallman, Bob // Southeast Farm Press;3/16/2011, Vol. 38 Issue 9, p24
The article focuses on the increasing demand for corn to be used as a source for ethanol production in the U.S. It reveals the factors that increase the demand for corn including energy prices and weather-related issues. It discusses the economic implications of corn when used to produce ethanol...
- Fuel prices impacting food companies. Manning, Dexter // Food Processing (00156523);Aug2007, Vol. 68 Issue 8, p11
The article comments on the findings of the 2007 Survey of U.S. Food and Beverage Companies commissioned by Grant Thornton and sponsored by "Food Processing," with focus on the impact of high fuel prices on the food industry. Besides the decrease in profits due to high logistics, transportation...
- Economist: Don't blame gas prices on corn, ethanol markets. // High Plains Journal;11/21/2011, Vol. 129 Issue 48, p4-A
The article focuses on the statement of Mark Welch, Texas AgriLife Extension Service grains marketing economist in College Station, which comments on the influence of corn and ethanol markets on the price of petroleum products in the U.S.