Sneak peek: The 2016 Print Edition of Biodiesel Magazine

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The 2016 Publish Edition of Biodiesel Publication is almost total, and I wish to share a few of its materials with you as we liquidate the 2015 calendar year.

The 2016 print edition of Biodiesel Journal, combined with the 2016 Biodiesel Market Directory, is developed to have a 12-month shelf life as well as will certainly be dispersed at nine opened sector occasions throughout the year, including flow in participant handbags at the National Biodiesel Conference & & Expo in Tampa, Florida, this January. The predominant motif interweaved throughout the 2016 print concern of Biodiesel Journal is an overview for the market, and also exactly what the coming year has in store. Featured short articles include:

Tasks to View in 2016

A number of distinct as well as innovative U.S. biodiesel projects are moving onward with vitality, prepared to maximize a new period of stability and also development following 2 years of uncertainty as well as downed markets. Read regarding the current job advancements in the industry.

Markets Expectation

A testimonial of diesel, feedstock, biodiesel and also RIN costs over the past year and also forecasts on exactly what these markets will certainly carry out in 2016 provided EPA’s release of the final renewable quantity obligations (RVOs) under the sustainable gas specification (RFS), as well as the reinstatement of the biodiesel blender tax credit.

U.S. Business Developing International Projects

Numerous U.S. biodiesel firms are working vigilantly to establish projects as well as demand for their products abroad to capitalize on expanding international markets. Check out their motivations and progression.

Overall’s Oil Refinery Conversion

Paris-based supermajor oil business Total S.A. will convert its 150,000-barrel-per-day oil refinery in La Mède, France, to create renewable diesel utilizing Axens’ Vegan procedure. Biodiesel Publication interviews Philippe Billant, task director for Overall as well as the head of the La Mède improvement, and reports on all the task information. Final RVOs and Sector Reaction EPA’s final RFS policy, with RVOs for

biomass-based diesel from 2014 -’17 was released Nov. 30. Exactly what are manufacturers and industry stakeholders saying concerning the new guideline? The 2016 print edition of Biodiesel Journal will certainly have the solutions. A Vendor’s Perspective A payment short article from biodiesel driver vendor

Evonik Corp. on the international biodiesel market

and just how biodiesel programs across the globe assistance battle environment change. Why The golden state Will Be the Biodiesel Market to See in 2016 A Lawful Viewpoints column from Keyes, Fox & Weidman Lawyer

Graham Noyes on California’s modified reduced carbon energy criterion (LCFS)and other state procedures, consisting of ABDOMINAL 1032 and AB 692, all & which are anticipated to considerably enhance biodiesel need in the Golden State. A New Acid for Your Biodiesel Refine A Talking Factor column by Joseph Borst with BASF on the advantages of switching process acids to Lutropur MSA. Inside NBB The four-page part from the U.S. biodiesel profession association, the National Biodiesel Board,

will certainly feature the latest information and viewpoints issues facing the industry. And more, including my annual editor’s note

, an occasions calendar and also the

2016 Biodiesel Industry Directory site. Lastly, I would like to thank those who promoted in the 2016 Publish Edition of Biodiesel Publication for their support: American Controls Inc. AMERIgreen Energy ARKEMA

Avalara BDI – BioEnergy International AG D3Max LLC Desmet Ballestra North America Dexsil Company Future International Diversified Inc. GEA Westfalia Separator Iowa Central Energy Testing Laboratory Lanxess Energizing Chemistry Louis Dreyfus National Biodiesel Board Oil

Trades Supply Corp.

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