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Search results for: Jathropha-(Plant)

MEXICO/
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April 02, 2011
Jatropha seeds, the oil of which is used to produce biofuel, are seen in Chiapas April 1, 2011. An Interjet...
Chiapas, Mexico
Jatropha seeds, the oil of which is used to produce biofuel, are seen in Chiapas
Jatropha seeds, the oil of which is used to produce biofuel, are seen in Chiapas April 1, 2011. An Interjet Airlines Airbus 320 passenger plane using biofuel landed at Angel Albino Corzo of Tuxtla Gutierrez airport in Chiapas on Friday. The flight, from Mexico City's International Airport, was the first in Mexico partially powered (27%) by biofuel, the Mexican airport authority Aeropuertos y Servicios Auxiliares (ASA) said. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO - Tags: TRANSPORT ENERGY)
INDIA OILS JATROPHA
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November 01, 2006
A woman clears wild grass near jatropha plants in a jathropa plantation field in Malegaon, 260 km (162...
MALEGAON, India
To match feature INDIA OILS JATROPHA
A woman clears wild grass near jatropha plants in a jathropa plantation field in Malegaon, 260 km (162 miles) northeast of Mumbai, October 9, 2006. Dozens of private firms are contracting villagers to grow the hardy, oil-rich plant in their mostly barren plots of land as India seeks to replace around five percent of its current 40 million tonnes of annual diesel consumption with jatropha biodiesel within about five years. To match feature INDIA OILS JATROPHA REUTERS/Prashanth Vishwanathan (INDIA)
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