Free Essays on Biofuels

  1. Biofuel Proposal

    DATE: September 30, 2008 SUBJECT: Biofuels Executive Summary: The power and prosperity of The United States of America will be severely hindered if changes are not taken within the next few years to reduce its dependency on oil and improve its usage of biofuel. The process to become less dependent...

  2. Biofuels vs. Solar Engery

    produced to power both vehicles and electrical generators around the world; biofuels. Biofuels are renewable gas or liquid fuels made from plant matter such as corn, sugar cane and vegetable oils. The two main types of biofuels are known as ethanol and biodiesel; both made from feedstock and are expected...

  3. Essay on Bio-Fuels

    century progresses. Lately the production of biofuels has been discussed quiet frequently and many people have started focusing on the question if the production of biofuels actually is environmental friendly. Firstly, what is a biofuel? Biofuels refer to any solid, liquid or gas fuel that has been...

  4. Green Fuel

    as biofuel has already set a new dimension to world’s fuel mythologies of exhausting fossil fuels by next century. It paved the way to the scientists to divert from the traditional chase behind the carbon cycle to discover the ideal fuel for man kind’s usage amidst preserving globe. 2. Biofuel is...

  5. Competitive Strategies and Government Policies

    Management The world market for biofuels has expanded leading to global competition. Many countries are passing laws supporting biofuel industries due to the rise in oil prices, global warming, and economic opportunity. As oil prices rise, the demand for biofuel increases. The problem with the increase...

  6. Research on Amylases Biofuel Enzymes Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends And Forecast, 2013 - 2019

    Amylases Biofuel Enzymes Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends And Forecast, 2013 2019 Sandy Researcher  Flat 10% Discount   Free Customization as per your requirement   You will get Custom Report Syndicated Report Price   Report will be Delivered with ...

  7. Dfghjk

    Barbara Passero. Detroit: Greenhaven Press, 2006. Opposing Viewpoints Resource Center. Gale. St Edwards University. 13 Oct. 2008 Support for Biofuels: Nathan Glasgow and Lena Hansen. "Ethanol Can Replace Gasoline." Current Controversies: Alternative Energy Sources. Ed. Darrin Gunkel. Detroit: Greenhaven...

  8. Algea Farms

    analyst with the (NREL) or National Renewable energy Laboratory, states in an interview with Clayton B Cornell that currently two companies, Solix Biofuels in CO, and Greenfuel Technologies Corp. In Mass. Have successfully purchased enough land and researchers to begin production of Algae farms. The...

  9. Road Haulage and the Environment

    There is strong growth in the use of biofuels, allowing the transport sector to reduce its emissions of greenhouse gases when the full life cycle of the fuels is considered. To maximize their environmental benefit, however, it is important to produce biofuels in a way that minimizes negative impacts...

  10. Alternative Fuels in Motor Vehicles

    a little confused, I don’t have a lot of sources that show the history of biofuels because its so new. So should I just leave it out then?] References Aillery, M. and Malcolm, S. (2009, March). Growing Crops for Biofuels Has Spillover Affect. Amber Waves, 7, 10-16. Retreived April 18, 2009 from...

  11. Are Biofuels greener than Nuclear Energy

    Biofuels are greener and more ‘responsible’ than nuclear energy. Evaluate. Fuels that have been extracted from plants and crops are known as biofuels. Of these, the most commonly extracted and used one is Bioethanol and Biodiesel. Biofuels is a renewable source of energy that is often broken into...

  12. Emerging Technology Report

    lipid-content algae grown in ponds, utilizing waste CO2 from coal fired power plants” (Sheehan, Dunahay, Benemann, and Roessler, 1998). “Solix Biofuels is the sole supplier of the AGSTM Technology-a controlled environment for cultivating oil-rich microalgae. The microalgae are used to produce biocrude...

  13. Biodiesel's Competitive Analysis

    alternative fuel that comes from 100% renewable resources. Many people believe that Biodiesel is the fuel of the future. Some people would also call it as Biofuel. Biodiesel does not contain petroleum, but can be mixed with petroleum to produce a biodiesel blend. The most common bio diesel blends are B20 (20%...

  14. Biofuels Pros and Cons

    Environmental Issue Paper 07/31/12 Biofuels: The Pros and Cons A hot topic all over the world today is whether or not biofuels should be implemented to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Biofuels are defined as “liquid fuels derived from biological materials; can be made from plants, vegetable...

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    www.defra.gov.uk Estimating the Cost-effectiveness of Biofuels Economics Group, Defra April 2008 Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Nobel House 17 Smith Square London SW1P 3JR Tel: 020 7238 6000 Website: www.defra.gov.uk © Crown copyright 2008 Copyright in the typographical...

  16. Sources of Environmental Pollution

    Table 1: Some Important Air Polluting Sectors (2) |Sector |Air Pollutants Emitted | |Biofuel Combustion |Mostly CO; | | |also SO2...

  17. Global Enzymes Market Applications, Analysis, Trends And Segment Forecasts To 2020: Hexa Research

    This growth is mainly attributed to reduction in nitrogen and phosphorus pollution coupled with increased demand in protein. Application Insights Biofuels, food & beverages, animal feed and detergent are the key application segments. Food and beverage industry accounted for over 37% of global revenue...

  18. Bullsh*T

    cars filled with “premium” fuel in rallies as they can show incredible results for the bio-vehicles. In the future plans company is going to sponsor “biofuel” races in Dubai. [VGT] oil is the business organization, which is providing the product of future. Our product is the vegetable oil, for...

  19. Global Biochar Market Outlook and Forecast up to 2020: Grand View Research, Inc.

    was at development stage in 2014 and key operating companies include BioChar Now, Biochar Solutions, Inc., Cool Planet, Mantria Corporation and Vega Biofuels. High R&D expenditure and lack of technology are anticipated to pose as market barriers for new entrants over the forecast period. In 2013, Cool Planet...

  20. The Societal, Environmenta, L and Economic Implications of Biofuels

    feedstock, any raw material used for an industrial process, and can be made into liquid or gas form. Bio Diesel and Bio gas are the two main types of biofuel. Bio diesel can be obtained from the fermentation of corn, sugarcane, vegetable oil, used frying oil or other starch- or sugar-rich crops. There are...

  21. Algae Biofuel Prospects Market Value Share, Analysis and Segments 2014 – 2020 by Future Market Insights

    GCC Algae Biofuel Prospects Market Share, GCC Trends, Analysis, Research, Report, Opportunities, Segmentation and Forecast, 2014 - 2020 Future Market Insights www.futuremarketinsights.com sales@futuremarketinsights.com Report Description Report Description Algae was first discovered...

  22. Rising Food Prices

    a sharp change in tone in the biofuels industry. In the U.S., a number of senators, including presidential candidate John McCain, have called for relaxing or suspending the ethanol mandates and subsidies that are fueling an industry boom. Rising demand for biofuels, used in both ethanol and biodiesel...

  23. Religion Buddhist

    generation. In order to qualify for the tax credit, diesel fuel was added to the black liquor to create a mixture that contained a high percentage of biofuel (the black liquor) and a small percentage of fossil fuel (the diesel). Thus, a government incentive that was designed to encourage the production...

  24. challenges for world agriculture today

    Agriculture, also called farming or husbandry, is the cultivation of animals, plants, fungi, and other life forms for food, fiber, biofuel, medicinals and other products used to sustain and enhance human life.[1] Agriculture was the key development in the rise of sedentary human civilization, whereby...

  25. Barack Obama: Making History

    or attempt farming practices that capture carbon dioxide from the atmosphere Invest $150 billion over 10 years to advance the next generation of biofuels and fuel infrastructure, accelerate the commercialization of plug-in hybrids, promote development of commercial-scale renewable energy, invest in...

  26. Biofuel: Energy Independence

    Growth Potential for Biofuels 1 RUNNING HEAD: Growth Potential for Biofuels Biofuel: Energy Independence? December 13, 2009 Growth Potential for Biofuels 2 Executive Summary This paper will discuss the history and growth potential for biofuels as a way to relieve our dependence on foreign...

  27. Global Biofuels Market

    Transparency Market Research Global Biofuels Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth and Forecast, 2013 - 2019 Published Date 27-June-2014 85 Page Report Buy Now Request Sample Press Release The Production of Global Biofuels Market is expected to Reach 50,921.4...

  28. Oil and Gas Industry Portfolio

    increase in supply of liquid hydrocarbons will come from the use of hi-tech production methods and alternative fuels such as natural gas liquids and biofuel. * OPEC policy Today OPEC countries control about 42% of global oil production. Oil prices act as a decisive factor for budget revenue planning...

  29. Analysts forecast the global bio-based butanol market to grow at a CAGR of 9.27% over the period 2014-2019

    is expected to emerge as an important bio-fuel in the near future as it is eco-friendly, delivers double the renewable content compared to existing biofuels, and is also compatible with current engine technologies. Thus, automobile manufacturers do not need to innovate or compromise on performance for...

  30. Biofuel

    Biofuels are a wide range of fuels which are in some way derived from biomass. The term covers solid biomass, liquid fuels and various biogases. Biofuels are gaining increased public and scientific attention, driven by factors such as oil price spikes and the need for increased energy security. Biofuels...

  31. Dependence of Man on the Environment

    Comparison of Biomass and Biofuels Leslie Stillwagon SCI207: Dependence of Man Instructor: Dr. Dariush Azimi June 13, 2011 Revised June 21, 2011 When having to wonder how the environment is fairing with all the global warming and climate changes on going in the world. There are...

  32. Biobutanol Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends And Forecast, 2013 - 2019

    markets for Biobutanol while Asia Pacific and rest of the world are still depending much on the conventional fossil fuels. Although demands of biofuels is rising in global market but the fermentation method is highly inefficient and produces a less amount of Biobutanol, thus scientists are working...

  33. Sugar

    a surging demand for biofuels in the wake of increasing oil prices and rising environmental concerns. The most common biofuel is bio-ethanol accounting for more than 90% of total biofuel usage. It is increasingly produced from sugar cane making cane a strategic crop for biofuels. Given the growing demand...

  34. biomass fuel use project

    neutral process. Biomass is often called ‘bioenergy’ or ‘biofuels’. These biofuels are produced from organic materials, either directly from plants or indirectly from industrial, commercial, domestic or agricultural products. Biofuels fall into two main categories: Wood biomassᄃ includes forest...

  35. IB ECONOMICS COMMENTARY

    published on the 11th of October 2011, IPS reports out on an increase in food prices due to dramatic climate changes and the increase in demand for biofuels (See Figure 1), which are fuels derived immediately from living matter. Just before World Food Day, which occurred five days after the report was...

  36. Essay on Environmentally Friendly Technologies

    ecological degradation skeptics argue that they equally pose a threat to the environment. The question that these skeptics should answer is whether Biofuels generally are good or bad for this generation and the environment as a whole. Global food crisis experienced in the recent past coupled with the...

  37. Biofuel

    Biofuel is defined as solid, liquid, or gas fuel derived from recently dead biological material. The difference between our petroleum and biofuel is that petroleum is derived from long dead biological material. Sources of biofuel include plants with high contents of sugar and starch or plants with high...

  38. Blog Entry

    development lead to the production of a device that will change the way we fuel our cars. The Gas Replacer will transition a gas-powered engine to run on Biofuels. Since this device is unprecedented, there are many questions out there about the product. Should I buy it? What are the benefits of installing one...

  39. Terrorism and the Link to the Us Energy Problem

    worth mentioning are biofuels, fossil fuels, hydrogen fuel, and nuclear energy. Each of these must be analyzed to see which would be the best option for the United States considering the economic and environmental consequences that will occur because of the switch from oil. Biofuels are clean burning...

  40. The Efficency of Bioethanol Fuel

    time. Bioethanol Fuel 4 Fuels - http://www. Educationalelectronicsusa.com/fuels-VII.htm http://www.esru.strath.ac.uk/EandE/Web_sites/02-03/biofuels/what_bioethanol.htm#what_benefits http://www1.eere.energy.gov/biomass/pdfs/renewable_fuel.pdf http://www.rsc.org/chemistryworld/News/2007/April/18040701...

  41. Biodiesel

    Abstract: The purpose of this experiment was to compare biodiesel to other fuels. The ecotoxicity of biodiesel was estimated, along with that of other biofuels through the germination of seeds in the presence of different concentrations of fuels. This resulted in biodiesel having an average of 79.4% germinated...

  42. Biofuels, a Healthy Alternative?

    restorative measures which we take must be calculated with prudence and creativity, but always through an emphasis that puts precedent on earth’s residents. Biofuels have quickly become a popular response towards offsetting our addiction to oil. Its development and promotion, however, has ignored this modis operandi...

  43. GB519 Decision Making and Measurement: Unit 5 Discussion

    com/news/business/local-business/2012-03-11/higher-gas-prices-affect-prices-other-consumer-goods Rice, T. (2011). Biofuels are driving food prices higher. The Guardian. Retrieved from http://www.theguardian.com/global-development/poverty-matters/2011/jun/01/biofuels-driving-food-prices-higher The state of food and agriculture. (2008).Food...

  44. Position Paper

    not cause a bigger issue. The government should look at other options to produce alternatives to fuel. "In the United States, the growth of the biofuel industry has triggered increases not only in the prices of corn, oilseeds, and other grains but also in the prices of seemingly unrelated crops and...

  45. Food Topic:Food for Fuel

    E.K. Environmental Issue 22 May 2014 Food Topic: Food for Fuel As the terrible social impacts of food-crop based biofuels continues to stir debate, so do questions about pollution and global warming, and the issues that need to be addressed to curve this ecological problem. Most scientists and environmentalists...

  46. Food Crisis in Pakistan

    prices. Oil prices further heightened the costs of fertilizers, food transport, and industrial agriculture. Other causes may be the increasing use of biofuels in developed countries and an increasing demand for a more varied diet (especially meat) across the expanding middle-class populations of Asia. These...

  47. Price Elasticity of Demand

    production and the demand for alternative biofuels. According to the article by Scott, the share of total domestic corn production has increased drastically over the last several years as the demand for ethanol continues to increase. This demand for biofuel will alter the way cash crops are farmed a...

  48. Global Biofuels Market Size, Share, Trends, Growth, Industry 2014

    Global Biofuels Market Size, Share, Trends, Growth, Industry, Report and Forecasts 2014 Report Overview Research Beam adds a report titled “Global Biofuels Industry Market Research Report 2014” that provides detailed information of the Global Biofuels Industry. The report is an excellent piece...

  49. Alternative Fuels essay

    maize, a grass indigenous to the Mexicans which is used as food also serves as a biofuel, this causes many issues ethically as the working class find this as their main source of food. The use of maize as a biofuel has indirectly raised its price, and in this economical climate it is becoming more...

  50. An Essay On The Advantages And Disadvantages Of Biofuels

    determining the advantages and disadvantages to the use of biofuels, it is first necessary to establish what biofuels are. With the increasing costs of barrels of oil and the negative effects imposed on the environment by these fuels, biofuels were created. By dissecting the word, its meaning can be discovered...

  51. American Histoy 101

    Article #2 10/9/08 In bloom: growing algae for biofuel Paul Henley BBC NEWS 10/9/08 There are many different alternatives to gasoline that are now trying to be established as a new source of fuel for our vehicles and other transportation. Algae, is a type of plant that grows in aquariums on the...

  52. Chemistry in 2050

    cost-effectiveness of biofuels as far higher, because they focus on what bioenergy technologies will deliver after they have been developed to commercial maturity and are operating on a large scale, rather than as they are today. [FIGURE 1 OMITTED] Essential to the success of biofuels is that they could...

  53. Global Warming: a Close Look at the Current Solutions Proposed

    Another temporary solution would be biofuels. While politicians have conveniently put biofuels as the solution to all our problems, it unfortunately is not. Once all the CO2 production involved with creating biofuels is accounted for, the only truly carbon neutral biofuel is one based off sugarcane, not...

  54. Technological Factors

    introduction of sustainable biofuels, which will make a major impact on CO2 emissions from aviation. Biofuels’ emissions are no less than fossil fuels’, but their plant feedstocks fix CO2 as they grow, so offsetting what will be emitted when they are burned. Sustainably produced biofuels – including feedstock...

  55. ETHC 445 WEEK 8 FINAL EXAM

    structures according to a social contract in order to overcome what problem identified by Thomas Hobbes? (Points : 5) 7. (TCOs 3, 6)Agricultural biofuels are not properly a renewable source of energy in the environmental ethics debate. Which of the following also is not a renewable….? (Points : 5) ...

  56. Biofuel Industry- By Size, Share, Trends, Growth, Region, Profile and Forecast to 2018

    World Biofuels to 2018 Price: Single User: US$6200 Corporate User: US$8800 World Biofuels to 2018 World demand to be driven by government policies World biofuel demand will continue to rise through 2018, supported by government policies designed to promote energy independence, support...

  57. Alternative Fuels for Cars

    30 & 40% [3]. However, certain modifications need to be made on the cars and their tanks in order to use the fuel [4]. Ethanol Ethanol is a biofuel used to run engines that originally used petrol. There are a few modifications done to the vehicle so that it can run efficiently on Ethanol. A vehicle...

  58. Food Insecurity in Developing Countries

    bargaining process, riddled with inequities, which frequently go against the poor. Recently, there have been major strides in producing and using biofuels worldwide, especially in Brazil, China, India, the United States and South Africa, in response to climate change and rising oil prices. Today, Brazil...

  59. Venezuelan problems

    by aiding in reforming its Policies specifically regarding human rights and agriculture while Venezuela agrees to make the United States their sole biofuel trader partner. * We reserve the right to clarify. **Policies: Mission Zamora and IACHR*** (don't read) ***Inter-American Court on Human Rights...

  60. Sustainable Transport

    other alternatives such as biofuels, hydrogen and electricity. However, they will lead to undesired increase in carbon emissions whereas biofuels, hydrogen and electricity offer an opportunity to completely eliminate the carbon foot-print in the transport system. Biofuel is a term for fuel produced...