The Omsk TITAN group will build a bioethanol plant in the village of Pavlovskaya in Krasnodar Territory.
19 September 2007
The production of bioethanol in Kazakhstan is becoming an economically unprofitable project in connection with the rise in wheat prices, the director-general of the VITA agricultural holding, Petr Potapov, thinks.
12 September 2007
Kazakhstan plans to begin producing up to one billion litres of bioethanol annually by 2010, Berik Ospanov, an Agricultural Ministry official said on September 7, 2007.
11 September 2007 Êîììåíòàðèè: 2
ITERA Ethanol LLC announced about their participation in the investment team funding 61.6 million dollar projects undertaken by BioEnergy International LLC, a science and technology company committed to developing technologies to produce biological fuels and specialty chemicals from renewable resources.
11 September 2007 Êîììåíòàðèè: 1
THE long cycles of agriculture are seldom associated with gripping suspense. But on September 12th farmers, grain traders and investment managers around the world will be awaiting news that is generating greater excitement the higher grain prices rise. The monthly report of America's Department of Agriculture (USDA) is so sensitive that department staff go into what they call a «lockup» period for days in advance, often working all night just before its release.
8 September 2007
THE US biofuel industry has been blamed for rising wheat prices, which hit new highs on the Chicago Board of Trade last week. But it appears biofuels may have been falsely accused.
5 September 2007
A combination of weather damage to crops in Europe and Canada, robust demand from food importing countries such as India, and the threat of export bans in countries such as Russia have propelled wheat prices to all-time highs.
4 September 2007 Êîììåíòàðèè: 1
Russia's Krasnoyarsk region authorities plan to launch bioethanol production at Kansky biochemical plant.
3 September 2007 Êîììåíòàðèè: 1
Russian Titan group of companies will invest 7.0 bln Russian roubles ($273 mln/200 mln euro) in the construction of a bioethanol production complex in the republic of Adygea, southern Russia.
27 August 2007 Êîììåíòàðèè: 2
Russia's 2007 grain crop forecast is lowered to 78.0 million metric tons (mmt), including 44.3 mmt of wheat, 17.1 mmt of barley, and 4.8 mmt of corn, due to drought in the major spring grain producing regions south of Volga Valley and in Rostov oblast. The grain export forecast is 11.8 mmt, including 10.1 mmt of wheat, 1.5 mmt of barley, and 200,000 tons of corn.
21 August 2007