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Shell Canada Eyes Construction of Biofuel Plant

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Dear U.S. Chamber, Stop Talking

Hey Tom, shush… Does the U.S. Chamber of Commerce have a single crisis PR specialist on staff? How about anyone who’s ever worked in public relations at all? The Chamber’s leadership has been fumbling around in the dark since the country’s most powerful […]

Royal Dutch Shell Takes Equity Stake In Biofuel Maker Virent Energy [UPDATE]

Royal Dutch Shell is taking an equity stake, for  an undisclosed amount,in Madison, Wisc., biofuel maker Virent Energy Systems. UPDATE 06.09.10: Virent Energy raised $46.4 million in third-round funding from Shelland Cargill Ventures, PeHUB reports. The company previously raised nearly $40 million. Virent’s […]

The Week In Green Energy:  Calling For All Available Investors!

Week of April 19 – to – April 23, 2010 This week, biofuel developer Codexis sold shares as part of its much anticipated Initial Public Offering (IPO). The company sold shares for $13, which was on the low-end of the $13 – to […]

Chevrons Green Energy Playbook

Chevron throws a quick slant to green energy. HUT, HUT!!! Is Chevron, which announced yesterday that it has begun testing solar panels at an old California refinery site, positioning itself to become a “pan-energy” company like its competitor BP? Not quite, Chevron’s Vice President […]

Chevron’s Green Energy Playbook

Chevron throws a quick slant to green energy. HUT, HUT!!! Is Chevron, which announced yesterday that it has begun testing solar panels at an old California refinery site, positioning itself to become a “pan-energy” company like its competitor BP? Not quite, Chevron’s Vice President […]

Virent Energy Systems: Partnership With Shell Brings First Biogasoline Plant

Shell and Virent Energy Systems, Inc., announced today that production has started at the world’s first biogasoline plant. The Madison, Wisc., facility converts plant sugars into gasoline instead of ethanol, making it usable in standard gasoline engines. The technology isn’t ready for primetime […]

Biodiesel Demand To Reach $71 bln, Research Report Says

The biofuel sector,  which has been nursing a hangover after the Wall Street money that had poured into the business evaporated, is now a real buyers market, poised for a come back, says a report released today by Pike Research, the Boulder, Colo. […]

This Week In Green Energy: Government Intervention Wanted

This week, Green Energy Reporter traveled to Washington, D.C. for the annual Renewable Energy Technology conference (RETECH). The event was held at the cavernous Washington Convention Center where, maybe because of the size of the place or because of the impending blizzard, attendance […]

Shell Invests in Old School Sugar Ethanol

Earlier this week Royal Dutch Shell announced a joint venture with Cosan, one of Brazil’s largest producer of sugar-based ethanol. The deal confirms what’s been known for a while. When it comes to renewable energy, for Shell, it’s all about biofuels.