E-mail: Password:
                    Register For Free Newsletter | Forgot Password?
Latest News
Here’s a sneak peak of what’s to come in the September/October issue of Biofuels International

For all of our subscribers out there, the September/October issue of Biofuels International...
Read more >>

Indiana plant restarts production

Valero Renewable Fuels Company, international transportation fuels manufacturer, has restarted...
Read more >>

Algae Systems turns algae to biofuels

Algae Systems has finished constructing its biofuel production demonstration project in Daphne,...
Read more >>

Coal mining company to invest $239 million in ethanol plant

Indonesia Sekawan Intipratama, a company predominantly involved in the coal mining industry,...
Read more >>


Subscribe to our RSS news feed


Visitor Poll

Do you agree with new policy that reduces taxes for US producers of renewable chemicals?








Upcoming Events
Biofuels International Conference 2014
24 September 2014 - 25 September 2014
Ghent, Belgium
Read more >>
Tank Storage Asia 2014
24 September 2014 - 25 September 2014
Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
Read more >>
Tank Storage Germany
19 November 2014 - 20 November 2014
Hamburg, Germany
Read more >>
National Advanced Biofuels Conference & Expo
13 October 2014 - 15 October 2014
Minneapolis
2nd BBEST Conference
20 October 2014 - 24 October 2014
Sao Paulo, Brazil
World Ethanol & Biofuels
3 November 2014 - 6 November 2014
Budapest, Hungary

-

 

 
Volume 3, Issue 6

Feature: EU biodiesel industry shows resilience
In line with the trend initiated in 2007, 2008 saw a relatively low increase in EU biodiesel production, and a reduction in two major producing member states, Germany and Austria. With 7.7 million tonnes, 2008 production increased by only 35.7% compared to the 2007 level (up from 5.7 million tonnes). 2007 already saw a reduced 16.8% increase compared to 2006. This has to be compared with 2005 and 2006 biodiesel production, which increased by 65% and 54% respectively. The increase of biodiesel production in 2007 and 2008 is still not in line with the EU objective for climate change mitigation outlined in the recently published Renewable Energy Directive (RED) 2009/28 and the EBB believes unfair international trade competition has severely affected the profitability of EU biodiesel producers since early 2007. For more than two years, EU biodiesel producers had to compete with heavily subsidised and dumped biodiesel from the US, known as B99. US B99 has been sold in the EU with a considerable discount, sometimes even at a lower price than the raw material soyabean oil.


Latest Issue
Latest Issue

Volume 8, Issue 4

View full issue contents >>

Go to shopping pages >>

 

 

Homepage | About Us | Magazine Store | Industry News | Global Events | Industry Jobs | Forum | Advertising | Contact | Register Free | Forgot Password?
Published by Horseshoe Media Ltd, Marshall House, 124 Middleton Road, Morden, Surrey. SM4 6RW
Registered in England No. 5635474. VAT GB 867 9796 31
Website Maintained by Fishbowl IT! All content and images copyright 2008 Horse Shoe Media Limited.