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  • Higher Soybean Prices Are Helping Renewable Energy Group's Margins [View article]
    Robert, a good article.

    Your article also shows that there is no need to implement any artificial biodiesel BTCs.

    In overall, EPA with its policy should encourage/award the biodiesel industry to move towards Renewable diesel. That is sustainable - environmentally.


    Mar 10 09:39 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Senate Biodiesel Tax Credit Could Dramatically Change Outlook For The Industry [View article]
    every year since 2001 - in a growing mode.

    http://1.usa.gov/1nH9zwM

    http://1.usa.gov/1nH9zwO
    Feb 17 12:10 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Senate Biodiesel Tax Credit Could Dramatically Change Outlook For The Industry [View article]
    The bill is against all free trade agreements. The immediate consequence is that US biodiesel export will be in trouble to Asia and to Europe. There is no sense from the US point of view to approve this kind of tax credit incentive. This is not the right way/weapon how to boost world wide free trade and biofuel business.

    In over all the bill (if it will be approved) will harm export business, not only biodiesel export, to Europe, Asia and to South America. It will also hurt US credibility to talk about the importance of free trade. There is no sense with the bill.
    Feb 17 11:32 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Heading Into 2014, Shorts Return With A Vengeance [View article]
    I meant "like" not "lake"
    Dec 27 04:37 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Heading Into 2014, Shorts Return With A Vengeance [View article]
    Well, let's see, if I a pure MBA&engineer is better to quess the future of REGI than a former investment banker (Richard Pearson).

    I don't see any reason why Congress will not extend the tax credit.
    It is always good to remind that even if diesel consumption continues to fall, the country's overall blending ratio of 1.16% is nowhere near the theoretical limit of 7% for diesel-based fuels. However, that's not the case,because diesel consumption seems to increase as the case in other developed countries lake in european countries etc. So why to limit biodiesel consumption?
    Dec 27 02:34 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • 2014 Will Be A Tough Year For Renewable Energy Group And Other Biodiesel Producers [View article]
    and do you believe what you're talking about......

    Sorry, but I don't take your article seriously. The reason for that is...

    ...... I fully disagree your wishes..........

    However, it is much more easier to agree with aedius' thoughts.

    Finally, diesel consumption is growing in USA. Even if diesel consumption continues to fall, the country's overall blending ratio of 1.16% is nowhere near the theoretical limit of 7% for diesel-based fuels. So, that's why it is impossible to see any sense with your statements. Sorry.
    Dec 22 06:03 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • The Biodiesel Tide Is Going Out: Neste Oil Is Swimming Naked, 75% Downside [View article]
    Asset Plays Investing claims in his article that

    " Biomass-based diesel were privileged compared to ethanol and received 1.7 RINS per gallon."

    So far, each gallon of Biomass-based biodiesel is considered to be equivalent to 1.5 gallons of corn-starch ethanol. If however Neste Oil's biodiesel gallon is considered to be equivalent to 1.7 gallons of corn-starch ethanol, as Asset Plays Investing claims in his article, then I claim and say that is A STRONG BUY reason on Neste Oil stock!
    Nov 1 07:50 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • The Biodiesel Tide Is Going Out: Neste Oil Is Swimming Naked, 75% Downside [View article]
    I wonder why to use 1.7 instead of 1.5 with Neste Oil's biomass-based diesel to generate RINs.

    Could you please explain why do you use the ratio 1.7? I claim that is the wrong RIN ratio number for Nextbl. You should replace 1.7 by 1.5!

    Your claim enclosed:
    " Biomass-based diesel were privileged compared to ethanol and received 1.7 RINS per gallon."
    Oct 31 11:15 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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