Item of General Interest
April 14. I am back at home, after four weeks in China. I am even mostly over jet lag. I had a very interesting time there, thanks to Prof. Feng, his students, and his many friends.
Tag Archives: ethanol
Brian Westenhaus, over at New Energy and Fuel, has been telling me what a good product corn ethanol is. He is very familiar with raising corn for ethanol, and can see how the process has been improved in recent years. … Continue reading
This is Chapter 1 of a Peak Oil Booklet I am working on, with the assistance of folks from TheOilDrum.com. Chapter 1: What Is Peak Oil? In this chapter, we discuss some of the basic issues relating to peak oil … Continue reading
Many people have high hopes for ethanol made from corn–that it will prevent future gasoline shortages, prevent global warming, be a wonderful investment, and improve the income of farmers, among other things. Other observers raise a whole host of concerns … Continue reading