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THE BIOFUEL BUBBLE
It's a bold vision: Replace billions of gallons of gasoline not with ethanol from corn or other food crops but with made from plants, such as prairie grass in Tennessee pastures or algae percolating in Florida.
I am also a co-owner of an ethanol production facility.
The grain required to fill a twenty-five gallon SUV gas tank with ethanol will feed one person for a year.
Made by converting crops or waste material into combustible liquid, these fuels include ethanol and biodiesel, both of which can be used as substitutes for petroleum fuels.
The high cost of oil makes ethanol and other alternative fuels increasingly attractive.
The first is an industrial process that may make ethanol far cheaper to produce than ever before, with the potential of making this much-maligned--and over-subsidized--biofuel economically competitive with gasoline.
I first saw Paul Dana of Team Ethanol and the Indy Racing League (IRL) Menards Infiniti Pro Series several months ago at the Mid America CropLife Association annual meeting where he spent an hour or so motivating agribusiness folks about what it takes to succeed.
Get the lead out, put the ethanol in, and the sound of gasoline running through service station pumps will be music to the ears of Denis Morin.