ICIS pricing launches Asian biodiesel news
- Counting Our (Commodity) Blessings. Salimando, Joe // Energy & Power Management;May2006, Vol. 31 Issue 5, p10
The article presents the views of the author on the current U.S. export and import market. The author says that the U.S. is a good place to cultivate food. He says that the U.S. is so good at producing food that it tax Americans and collectively pay people not to grow things. Biodiesel is one...
- EU plans stiff duties on biodiesel, report. // Energy Today (Hungary);10/7/2013, p3
The article focuses on the plan of the European Union to impose a 22% to 25% stiff tax on Argentinian and Indonesian biodiesel imports for alleged trade dumping starting in 2014, a report from news agency Agence France-Presse (AFP).
- Malaysia's biodiesel hopes suffer a blow. Kovac, Matt // ICIS Chemical Business;2/19/2007, Vol. 2 Issue 54, p15
The article looks at the challenges facing the plan of Malaysia to be the world's leading biodiesel supplier. High palm oil prices and lower crude oil prices could dent Malaysia's plan, as concerns about short-term profitability surround projects. The licences for biodiesel plants that was...
- Markets Watch. // ICIS Chemical Business;4/3/2006, Vol. 1 Issue 13, p30
The article presents news briefs on the chemical industry as of April 2006. France will turn from a net importer of diesel to a significant producer with the addition of major biodiesel capacities by 2015. Chinese anti-dumping laws have forced Japanese, Korean and U.S. toluene diisocyanate...
- EU hits Argentina, Indonesia with biodiesel duties. // Energy Today (Hungary);11/22/2013, p3
The article reports that the Europe Commission enforced new anti-dumping duties on the import of biodiesel from Indonesia and Argentina.
- Global oleochem market in transition. de Guzman, Doris // Chemical Market Reporter;5/23/2005, Vol. 267 Issue 21, p24
The article focuses on the Global oleochemicals market. European supply of glycerine from biodiesel manufacture jumped from 225,000 tons in 1998 to more than 300,000 tons. Biodiesel production is expected to reach 4.3 million tons by 2006. The European Union's animal by-products regulation has...
- Six ways to reduce the pain of high gas prices. Ewing, Josh // Enterprise/Salt Lake City;9/5/2005, Vol. 35 Issue 10, p8
Focuses on ways to reduce the pain of high gasoline prices. Use of biodiesel for diesel trucks or fleet; Creation of list before sending an employee out on errands; Use of the right automobile for the right purpose.
- Available for a price. McGuffie-Schyhol, Deborah // Fleet Owner;Aug2008, Vol. 103 Issue 8, p48
The article reports that the cost of biodiesel has been one of the major reason in getting truck operators to accept it as an alternative to conventional diesel in the U.S. It states that with fuel accounting for 20 to 25 percent of a fleet's total operating costs, even slightly higher prices...
- The tortilla effect. Graff, James // Time International (South Pacific Edition);4/9/2007, Issue 13, p65
This article discusses the growing market for biofuel and the effects it has on nutritional staples. A discussion is presented about protests over tortilla prices in Mexico City, the effect of biodiesel production on the German beer industry, and nonfood crops like Jatropha, that can be used to...