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GREECE-ECONOMY/
RTR4KO3O
January 09, 2015
A woman walks through a field with bio-diesel in the north-eastern Greek region of Thrace near the town...
Xanthi, Greece
A woman walks through a field with bio-diesel in the north-eastern Greek region of Thrace near the town...
A woman walks through a field with bio-diesel in the north-eastern Greek region of Thrace near the town of Xanthi April 18, 2014. In the mid 80s Greece produced 400,000 tons of sunflower yearly, in 2005 this crop nearly disappeared. Therefore, the biofuel production presented as an opportunity to exploit 1,000,000 acres of uncultivated Greek land. From almost zero production in 2011 more than 1,000,000 acres of energy crops were cultivated attributing to the Greek countryside people more than 100.000.000 euros yearly. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (GREECE - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT)
BRAZIL/
RTR2KUPB
April 05, 2011
A view of what the Curitiba City Hall is calling the world's longest articulated bus, as it was presented...
Curitiba, Brazil
A view of what the Curitiba City Hall is calling the world's longest articulated bus in Curitiba
A view of what the Curitiba City Hall is calling the world's longest articulated bus, as it was presented to the press before going into service on the city's public transportation grid, in Curitiba April 5, 2011. The bus, made in Brazil by Volvo with a Neobus chassis, has a capacity of 250 passengers, is 28 meters (92 ft) long, 2.6 meters (8.5 ft) wide, and powered with biodiesel made from soybeans. REUTERS/Rodolfo Buhrer (BRAZIL - Tags: ENERGY TRANSPORT ODDLY)
BRAZIL/
RTR2KUOV
April 05, 2011
A view of what the Curitiba City Hall is calling the world's longest articulated bus, as it was presented...
Curitiba, Brazil
A view of what the Curitiba City Hall is calling the world's longest articulated bus in Curitiba
A view of what the Curitiba City Hall is calling the world's longest articulated bus, as it was presented to the press before going into service on the city's public transportation grid, in Curitiba April 5, 2011. The bus, made in Brazil by Volvo with a Neobus chassis, has a capacity of 250 passengers, is 28 meters (92 ft) long, 2.6 meters (8.5 ft) wide, and powered with biodiesel made from soybeans. REUTERS/Rodolfo Buhrer (BRAZIL - Tags: ENERGY TRANSPORT ODDLY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
MALAYSIA-BIODIESEL/
RTR2BZZ5
March 24, 2010
Biodiesel is pumped into a car at the Sime Darby Biodiesel Plant in Carey Island, outside Kuala Lumpur,...
CAREY ISLAND, Malaysia
Biodiesel is pumped into a car at the Sime Darby Biodiesel Plant in Carey Island, outside Kuala Lumpur...
Biodiesel is pumped into a car at the Sime Darby Biodiesel Plant in Carey Island, outside Kuala Lumpur, March 24, 2010. Malaysia will roll out its biodiesel mandate in phases beginning June 2011, commodities minister Bernard Dompok said. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS ENERGY TRANSPORT)
ARGENTINA-BIODIESEL/
RTR2BXXE
March 22, 2010
General view of the Patagonia Bioenergia biodiesel plant in San Lorenzo February 26, 2010. Argentina...
San Lorenzo, Argentina
To match analysis ARGENTINA-BIODIESEL/
General view of the Patagonia Bioenergia biodiesel plant in San Lorenzo February 26, 2010. Argentina is set to implement a law requiring diesel to be blended with biodiesel in the coming weeks, but the nation's key exports of the green fuel could still rise as production soars. Argentina, a leading exporter of biodiesel and the No. 1 soyoil supplier, was due to introduce the law on Jan. 1, but it was delayed until the government agreed to allocate supply quotas to the country's top producers, industry sources say. Picture taken February 26, 2010. To match analysis ARGENTINA-BIODIESEL/ REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT)
ARGENTINA-BIODIESEL/
RTR2BXX9
March 22, 2010
Biodiesel is seen through a tube at Patagonia Bioenergia biodiesel refinery in San Lorenzo February 26,...
San Lorenzo, Argentina
To match analysis ARGENTINA-BIODIESEL/
Biodiesel is seen through a tube at Patagonia Bioenergia biodiesel refinery in San Lorenzo February 26, 2010. Argentina is set to implement a law requiring diesel to be blended with biodiesel in the coming weeks, but the nation's key exports of the green fuel could still rise as production soars. Argentina, a leading exporter of biodiesel and the No. 1 soyoil supplier, was due to introduce the law on Jan. 1, but it was delayed until the government agreed to allocate supply quotas to the country's top producers, industry sources say. Picture taken February 26, 2010. To match analysis ARGENTINA-BIODIESEL/ REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT)
ARGENTINA-BIODIESEL/
RTR2BXWV
March 22, 2010
A worker goes down by a Patagonia Bioenergia biodiesel plant in San Lorenzo February 26, 2010. Argentina...
San Lorenzo, Argentina
To match analysis ARGENTINA-BIODIESEL/
A worker goes down by a Patagonia Bioenergia biodiesel plant in San Lorenzo February 26, 2010. Argentina is set to implement a law requiring diesel to be blended with biodiesel in the coming weeks, but the nation's key exports of the green fuel could still rise as production soars. Argentina, a leading exporter of biodiesel and the No. 1 soyoil supplier, was due to introduce the law on Jan. 1, but it was delayed until the government agreed to allocate supply quotas to the country's top producers, industry sources say. Picture taken February 26, 2010. To match analysis ARGENTINA-BIODIESEL/ REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT)
COLOMBIA-BIOFUELS/
RTR273MV
August 25, 2009
A Colombian engineer explains the process of oil palm extraction in a laboratory in Villanueva Casanare...
Villanueva, Colombia
A Colombian engineer explains the process of oil palm extraction in a laboratory in Villanueva Casanare...
A Colombian engineer explains the process of oil palm extraction in a laboratory in Villanueva Casanare province, August 21, 2009. Colombia's palm oil industry will focus on the local market over the years ahead, taking advantage of a national biodiesel development program. Picture taken on August 21, 2009. REUTERS/Nelson Bocanegra (COLOMBIA SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT ENERGY BUSINESS)
MEXICO/BIOFUEL
RTXCM86
March 11, 2009
Samples of Biodiesel (L) and Jatropha oil are seen at a processing plant outside Guatemala City March...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
To match feature MEXICO-BIOFUEL/
Samples of Biodiesel (L) and Jatropha oil are seen at a processing plant outside Guatemala City March 5, 2009. All his life elderly Mexican farmer Gonzalo Cardenas has planted a stalky weed that grows wild in southern Mexico to form a sturdy live fence around his tropical fruit trees. It turns out the weed, jatropha, could be used to fuel jet planes and the Mexican government wants farmers to grow entire fields of it to turn into biodiesel. Picture taken March 5, 2009. To match feature MEXICO-BIOFUEL/ REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA ENERGY)
MEXICO-BIOFUEL/
RTXCM3B
March 11, 2009
A worker at Biocombustibles, a Guatemalan company producing biodiesel from a non-edible plant jatropha,...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
To match feature MEXICO-BIOFUEL/
A worker at Biocombustibles, a Guatemalan company producing biodiesel from a non-edible plant jatropha, poses before fueling up a vehicle in Guatemala City March 5, 2009. All his life elderly Mexican farmer Gonzalo Cardenas has planted a stalky weed that grows wild in southern Mexico to form a sturdy live fence around his tropical fruit trees. It turns out the weed, jatropha, could be used to fuel jet planes and the Mexican government wants farmers to grow entire fields of it to turn into biodiesel. Picture taken March 5, 2009. To match feature MEXICO-BIOFUEL/ REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA ENERGY POLITICS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
AUSTRALIA/
RTR235TY
January 08, 2009
The Earthrace vessel is seen at Manly Wharf in Sydney January 8, 2009. The vessel, powered with 100%...
Sydney, Australia
Earthrace vessel is seen at Manly Wharf in Sydney
The Earthrace vessel is seen at Manly Wharf in Sydney January 8, 2009. The vessel, powered with 100% renewable biodiesel fuel, set a world record for a powerboat to circle the globe. Its voyage of over 24,000 nautical miles took 60 days, 23 hours and 49 minutes in June 2008. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA)
USA
RTR21TOD
August 29, 2008
US Democratic presidential nominee Senator Barack Obama (D-IL) looks at a sample of bio diesel fuel during...
MONACA, UNITED STATES
US Democratic presidential nominee Senator Barack Obama (D-IL) looks at a sample of bio diesel fuel during...
US Democratic presidential nominee Senator Barack Obama (D-IL) looks at a sample of bio diesel fuel during a tour of the Pennsylvania Bio Diesel Plant in Monaca, Pennsylvania, August 29, 2008. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES) US PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN 2008 (USA)
GREECE-RALLY
RTR21QNL
August 27, 2008
A woman holds a funnel as she waits to refill the fuel tank of an eco-friendly car that took part in...
Athens, Greece
Woman holds funnel as she waits to refill fuel tank of eco-friendly car in Athens
A woman holds a funnel as she waits to refill the fuel tank of an eco-friendly car that took part in a "Grease to Greece" rally from London to Athens August 27, 2008. Fuelled only by used cooking fat, eight teams completed the 2,500-mile rally in a bid to promote awareness of alternative bio-fuels. The race, the brainchild of 34-year-old Londoner Andy Pag, took the teams on a 10-day "fat-finding mission" across Europe, begging oil from restaurants, motorway cafes and fast-food joints along the way. REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis (GREECE)
GREECE-RALLY
RTR21QNH
August 27, 2008
A sticker is seen on the car of an eco-friendly team that completed a "Grease to Greece" rally from London...
Athens, Greece
Sticker is seen on car of eco-friendly team participating in "Grease to Greece" rally in Athens
A sticker is seen on the car of an eco-friendly team that completed a "Grease to Greece" rally from London to Athens August 27, 2008. Fuelled only by used cooking fat, eight teams completed the 2,500-mile rally in a bid to promote awareness of alternative bio-fuels. The race, the brainchild of 34-year-old Londoner Andy Pag, took the teams on a 10-day "fat-finding mission" across Europe, begging oil from restaurants, motorway cafes and fast-food joints along the way. REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis (GREECE)
Energy
Energy
Biodiesel Production Plant in Switzerland - 14 Aug 2008
11 PICTURES
SWITZERLAND/
RTR211ZL
August 13, 2008
A worker checks rapeseed quality at EcoEnergie's rapeseed biodiesel production plant in Etoy near Geneva,...
ETOY, Switzerland
A worker checks rapeseed quality at EcoEnergie's rapeseed biodiesel production plant in Etoy near Geneva...
A worker checks rapeseed quality at EcoEnergie's rapeseed biodiesel production plant in Etoy near Geneva, August 13, 2008. EcoEnergie produces 3 million litres of biodiesel per year, equivalent to more than 30 percent of Switzerland's global biodiesel production, while being one of the few companies to operate the full process from seed to oil. REUTERS/Valentin Flauraud (SWITZERLAND)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR211ZJ
August 13, 2008
A worker checks rapeseed quality at EcoEnergie's rapeseed biodiesel production plant in Etoy near Geneva,...
ETOY, Switzerland
A worker checks rapeseed quality at EcoEnergie's rapeseed biodiesel production plant in Etoy near Geneva...
A worker checks rapeseed quality at EcoEnergie's rapeseed biodiesel production plant in Etoy near Geneva, August 13, 2008. EcoEnergie produces 3 million litres of biodiesel per year, equivalent to more than 30 percent of Switzerland's global biodiesel production, while being one of the few companies to operate the full process from seed to oil. REUTERS/Valentin Flauraud (SWITZERLAND)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR211ZC
August 13, 2008
Oil and biodiesel containers are pictured at EcoEnergie's rapeseed biodiesel production plant in Etoy,...
ETOY, Switzerland
Oil and biodiesel containers are pictured at EcoEnergie's rapeseed biodiesel production plant in Etoy...
Oil and biodiesel containers are pictured at EcoEnergie's rapeseed biodiesel production plant in Etoy, near Geneva, August 13, 2008. EcoEnergie produces 3 million litres of biodiesel per year, equivalent to more than 30 percent of Switzerland's global biodiesel production, while being one of the few companies to operate the full process from seed to oil. REUTERS/Valentin Flauraud (SWITZERLAND)
GERMANY-BIOFUELS/
RTR1Z7JZ
April 07, 2008
A car drives behind a biodiesel fuel filled petrol can during a Greenpeace environmental activists protest...
Berlin, Germany
Greenpeace environmental activist protest with biodiesel fuel filled petrol cans in front of the federal...
A car drives behind a biodiesel fuel filled petrol can during a Greenpeace environmental activists protest in front of the federal environmental ministry in Berlin April 7, 2008, against the German governments decision to stop plans to raise compulsory bioethanol blending levels in fossil gasoline. German Environment Minister Sigmar Gabriel said more than three million cars were not ready for the new fuel and could be forced to switch to more expensive unblended gasoline grades because of possible damage. Germany had viewed biofuels blending as a way of achieving reductions in greenhouse gases without imposing restrictions suggested by the European Union which could hit its performance car industry. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY)
Environment
Environment
Biodiesel Made from Castor Beans - 03 Apr 2008
5 PICTURES
BRAZIL-BIOFUELS/
RTR1Z162
April 02, 2008
A worker shows a sample of biodiesel made from castor beans at a biodiesel refinery in Iraquara, 310...
IRAQUARA, Brazil
A worker shows a sample of biodiesel made from castor beans at a biodiesel refinery in Iraquara
A worker shows a sample of biodiesel made from castor beans at a biodiesel refinery in Iraquara, 310 miles (500 km) west of the Bahia state capital, Salvador March 31, 2008. Investors, including many foreigners, have flocked to Brazil's hinterland with its enormous farm potential and some of the world's lowest costs to produce biofuels. Picture taken March 31, 2008. REUTERS/Jamil Bittar (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL-BIOFUELS/
RTR1Z15Y
April 02, 2008
A worker shows a sample of biodiesel made from castor beans (L) at a biodiesel refinery in Iraquara,...
IRAQUARA, Brazil
A worker shows a sample of biodiesel made from castor beans at a biodiesel refinery in Iraquara
A worker shows a sample of biodiesel made from castor beans (L) at a biodiesel refinery in Iraquara, 310 miles (500 km) west of the Bahia state capital, Salvador March 31, 2008. Investors, including many foreigners, have flocked to Brazil's hinterland with its enormous farm potential and some of the world's lowest costs to produce biofuels. Picture taken March 31, 2008. REUTERS/Jamil Bittar (BRAZIL)
THAILAND-PALM OIL/IMPORT
RTR1VV6M
January 16, 2008
A worker moves a crude palm oil tank in Petchaburi province, 123 km (76 miles) south of Bangkok on January...
Bangkok, Thailand
A worker moves a crude palm oil tank in Petchaburi province, Bangkok
A worker moves a crude palm oil tank in Petchaburi province, 123 km (76 miles) south of Bangkok on January 14, 2008. Demand on biodiesel as a alternative fuel jumped as oil prices surged, pushing crude palm oil prices higher as it is used as a raw material for making biodiesel. The government has had to allow the import of crude palm oil for the first time in a decade to soften domestic prices. Picture taken January 14, 2008. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang (THAILAND)
PHILIPPINES/
RTR1VSAV
January 14, 2008
The shadow of an attendant is cast upon a pump in a gasoline kiosk which sells biodiesel in Quezon City,...
Manila, Philippines
The shadow of an attendant is cast upon a pump in a gasoline kiosk which sells biodiesel in Quezon City,...
The shadow of an attendant is cast upon a pump in a gasoline kiosk which sells biodiesel in Quezon City, metro Manila January 14, 2008. For many of southeast Asia's struggling biofuel makers, the global debate over using crops for food or as transport fuel is irrelevant as a surge in palm oil prices has brought the industry to a standstill.
REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES)
USA-ENERGY
RTX4H0I
December 07, 2007
A fuel pump at a gas station in Des Moines advertises E85 ethanol fuel, December 6, 2007. More companies...
Des Moines, UNITED STATES
A gas pump advertises E85 ethanol fuel in Des Moines
A fuel pump at a gas station in Des Moines advertises E85 ethanol fuel, December 6, 2007. More companies are coming online across the country that are converting corn to ethanol fuel to be used in flexible-fuelled vehicles as an alternative energy source to oil. One such business, the Lincolnway Energy Company in Nevada, Iowa, operates around the clock seven days a week, processing approximately 50,000 bushels (1.27 tonnes) of corn daily, and creating 150,000 gallons (567,752 litres) of ethanol per day. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES)
USA-ENERGY/
RTX4H0H
December 07, 2007
E85 ethanol fuel is shown being pumped into a vehicle at a gas station selling alternative fuels in the...
Nevada, UNITED STATES
E85 Ethanol biodiesel fuel is shown being pumped into a vehicle at a gas station in Nevada, Iowa
E85 ethanol fuel is shown being pumped into a vehicle at a gas station selling alternative fuels in the town of Nevada, Iowa, December 6, 2007. Nearby, the Lincolnway Energy company is converting corn to biodiesel ethanol fuel to be used in flexible-fuelled vehicles as an alternative energy source to oil. The business operates around the clock seven days a week, processing approximately 50,000 bushels (1.27 tonnes) of corn daily, and creating 150,000 gallons (567,752 litres) of ethanol per day. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES)
USA-ENERGY
RTX4H0F
December 07, 2007
Logistics Supervisor Travis Harrison watches as a string of railroad tank cars are filled with ethanol...
Nevada, UNITED STATES
Logistics Supervisor Harrison watches as railroad tank cars are filled with Ethanol at the Lincolnway...
Logistics Supervisor Travis Harrison watches as a string of railroad tank cars are filled with ethanol fuel, converted from corn, at the Lincolnway Energy plant in the town of Nevada, Iowa, December 6, 2007. The company, one of a growing number across Iowa and the United States, converts corn to ethanol fuel to be used in flexible-fuelled vehicles as an alternative energy source to oil. The business operates around the clock seven days a week, processing approximately 50,000 bushels (1.27 tonnes) of corn daily, and creating 150,000 gallons (567,752 litres) of ethanol per day. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES)
USA-ENERGY/
RTX4H09
December 07, 2007
Truck driver Randy Walker fills his rig's tanks with biodiesel fuel at a gas station in the town of Nevada,...
Nevada, UNITED STATES
Truck driver Randy Walker fills his rig with biodiesel fuel in Nevada, Iowa
Truck driver Randy Walker fills his rig's tanks with biodiesel fuel at a gas station in the town of Nevada, Iowa, December 6, 2007. Nearby, the Lincolnway Energy company is converting corn to ethanol fuel to be used in flexible-fuelled vehicles as an alternative energy source to oil. The business operates around the clock seven days a week, processing approximately 50,000 bushels (1.27 tonnes) of corn daily, and creating 150,000 gallons (567,752 litres) of ethanol per day. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES)
USA-ENERGY/
RTX4H00
December 07, 2007
Load out technician Slade Whetro fills a railroad tank car with ethanol fuel, converted from corn, at...
Nevada, UNITED STATES
Slade Whetro loads a rail tank car with Ethanol at the Lincolnway Energy plant in Nevada, Iowa
Load out technician Slade Whetro fills a railroad tank car with ethanol fuel, converted from corn, at the Lincolnway Energy plant in the town of Nevada, Iowa, December 6, 2007. The company, one of a growing number across Iowa and the United States, converts corn to ethanol fuel to be used in flexible-fuelled vehicles as an alternative energy source to oil. The business operates around the clock seven days a week, processing approximately 50,000 bushels (1.27 tonnes) of corn daily, and creating 150,000 gallons (567,752 litres) of ethanol per day. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES)
USA-ENERGY/
RTX4GZY
December 07, 2007
Thomas Wallace of the Enzyme Development Corporation empties an analytical sample from a tank where corn...
Nevada, UNITED STATES
Thomas Wallace takes a sample from the production line as corn is converted into ethanol at the Lincolnway...
Thomas Wallace of the Enzyme Development Corporation empties an analytical sample from a tank where corn is being converted into ethanol inside the Lincolnway Energy plant in the town of Nevada, Iowa, December 6, 2007. The company, one of a growing number across Iowa and the United States, converts corn to fuel ethanol to be used in flexible-fuelled vehicles as an alternative energy source to oil. The business operates around the clock seven days a week, processing approximately 50,000 bushels (1.27 tonnes) of corn daily, and creating 150,000 gallons (567,752 litres) of ethanol per day. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES)
USA-ENERGY/
RTX4GZW
December 07, 2007
Load out technician Slade Whetro closes the hatch after filling a railroad tank car with ethanol fuel,...
Nevada, UNITED STATES
Slade Whetro caps a loaded railroad tank car with Ethanol at the Lincolnway Energy plant in Nevada, Iowa...
Load out technician Slade Whetro closes the hatch after filling a railroad tank car with ethanol fuel, converted from corn, at the Lincolnway Energy plant in the town of Nevada, Iowa, December 6, 2007. The company, one of a growing number across Iowa and the United States, converts corn to ethanol fuel to be used in flexible-fuelled vehicles as an alternative energy source to oil. The business operates around the clock seven days a week, processing approximately 50,000 bushels (1.27 tonnes) of corn daily, and creating 150,000 gallons (567,752 litres) of ethanol per day. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTX478Q
November 29, 2007
Pipes used in the filtration and production of biodiesel carries the product through production at the...
Newark, UNITED STATES
Pipes used in the filtration and production of biodiesel carries the product through production at the...
Pipes used in the filtration and production of biodiesel carries the product through production at the Innovation Fuels plant in Newark, New Jersey, November 29, 2007. The facility is part of network of production plants in development along the eastern seaboard designed to produce non-toxic, biodegradable biodiesel from a variety of natural sources. REUTERS/Jeff Zelevansky (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTX478N
November 29, 2007
A chemist holds a bottled sample of biodiesel produced at the Innovation Fuels plant in Newark, New Jersey,...
Newark, UNITED STATES
A chemist holds a bottled sample of biodiesel produced at the Innovation Fuels plant in Newark, New Jersey...
A chemist holds a bottled sample of biodiesel produced at the Innovation Fuels plant in Newark, New Jersey, November 29, 2007. The facility is part of network of production plants in development along the eastern seaboard designed to produce non-toxic, biodegradable biodiesel from a variety of natural sources. REUTERS/Jeff Zelevansky (UNITED STATES)
Oddly Enough
Oddly Enough
Thai Cops Collect Cooking Oil to Fuel Fleet - 14 Nov 2007
10 PICTURES
BIOFUELS-THAILAND/POLICE
RTX9SA
November 13, 2007
A Thai policeman blends biodiesel in a police station in Bangkok November 8, 2007. Thai police have put...
Bangkok, Thailand
A Thai policeman blends biodiesel in a police station in Bangkok
A Thai policeman blends biodiesel in a police station in Bangkok November 8, 2007. Thai police have put out an all-points bulletin for used cooking oil to fuel its patrol fleet as ballooning oil prices eat away the annual crime-fighting budget. Anyone is welcome to contribute a source for biodiesel, from large food processing plants to roadside fried banana stalls. Picture taken November 8, 2007. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang (THAILAND)
BIODIESEL-SPAIN/
RTR1NXPA
March 26, 2007
A guard stands next to the entrance of the new biodiesel plant owned by Spanish energy group Natura in...
Ocana, Spain
A guard stands next to the entrance of the new biodiesel plant owned by Spanish energy group Natura in...
A guard stands next to the entrance of the new biodiesel plant owned by Spanish energy group Natura in Ocana, central Spain, March 26, 2007. The 100,000 tonne a year biodiesel plant is the biggest so far in Spain and will start full scale production using imported soy oil in April, Natura's Chairman Juan Carlos Jimenez told a news conference. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN)
BIODIESEL-SPAIN/
RTR1NXP3
March 26, 2007
The new biodiesel plant owned by Spanish energy group Natura in Ocana, central Spain, March 26, 2007....
Ocana, Spain
The new biodiesel plant owned by Spanish energy group Natura in Ocana
The new biodiesel plant owned by Spanish energy group Natura in Ocana, central Spain, March 26, 2007. The 100,000 tonne a year biodiesel plant is the biggest so far in Spain and will start full scale production using imported soy oil in April, Natura's Chairman Juan Carlos Jimenez told a news conference. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN)
ENERGY PHILIPPINES BIOFUELS
RTR1D0SO
May 03, 2006
Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo press the button during the ceremonial switch on at the...
Manila, Philippines
Philippine President Arroyo attends a bidiesel plant opening in Manila
Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo press the button during the ceremonial switch on at the inauguration of a biodiesel plant in Quezon City north of Manila May 3, 2006. The Philippines opened on Wednesday what it described as Asia's biggest coconut-based biodiesel plant as the country turns to crops that it produce in abundance like coconuts and sugar to cut its dependence on imported oil.REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo
ENVIRONMENT CLIMATE BIODIESEL
RTR1BNOA
November 30, 2005
Two sample jars, one showing used restaurant frying grease (R) and the second showing the refined end...
Ville Ste. Catherine, Canada
To match feature Environment Climate Biodiesel
Two sample jars, one showing used restaurant frying grease (R) and the second showing the refined end product of biodiesel, is seen at the Rothsay plant in Ste-Catherine, Quebec on November 30, 2005.The plant is producing biodiesel, a non-polluting fuel, from recycled restaurant grease as well as from the bones, innards and other parts of farm animals that Canadians do not eat. To match feature Environment Climate Biodiesel. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
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