November 2008 Vol. 235 No. 11

Features

Biofuels Industry Takes A Searching Look At Using Pipelines

How best will the growing volumes of ethanol being produced to comply with federal laws be safely transported from producing plants in regions where there are few fuel transportation assets to consumers? That is a question Pipeline & Gas Journal posed to a panel of expert biofuels observers including Russell D. Kane, consultant with iCorrosion LLC; four specialists who comprise a panel from CC Technologies, a DNV Company (Pat Vieth, Tom Bubenik and John Beavers, with technical review by Narasi Sridhar); and John M. Urbanchuk, an expert adviser associated with the LECG firm. One big political hurdle identified by the roundtable is that the market for biofuels – unlike

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