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  •  - Ecuadorean scientist Carvajal carries out tests on biofuel in the Neotropical Centre for Biomass Research in Quito

    Ecuadorean scientist Carvajal carries out tests on biofuel in the Neotropical Centre for Biomass Research in Quito

    Posted: 11/30/2009 10:33:52 PM EST
    Ecuadorean scientist Xavier Carvajal carries out tests on biofuel in the Neotropical Centre for Biomass Research at the Pontifical Catholic University of Ecuador in Quito November 30, 2009. Carvajal runs a research project focused on finding new sources for the production of ethanol fuel. New yeast species which are endemic to Ecuador, have been found and some are believed to be potentially useful for the fermentation of a wide range of sugars that can then be used to produce ethanol. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja (ECUADOR SCI TECH ENERGY)
  •  - Ecuadorean scientist Carvajal displays biofuel in a test tube in the Neotropical Centre for Biomass Research in Quito

    Ecuadorean scientist Carvajal displays biofuel in a test tube in the Neotropical Centre for Biomass Research in Quito

    Posted: 11/30/2009 10:30:33 PM EST
    Ecuadorean scientist Xavier Carvajal displays biofuel in a test tube in the Neotropical Centre for Biomass Research at the Pontifical Catholic University of Ecuador in Quito November 30, 2009. Carvajal runs a research project focused on finding new sources for the production of ethanol fuel. New yeast species which are endemic to Ecuador, have been found and some are believed to be potentially useful for the fermentation of a wide range of sugars that can then be used to produce ethanol. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja (ECUADOR ENERGY SCI TECH)
  •  - To match feature WATER-BIOFUELS/

    To match feature WATER-BIOFUELS/

    Posted: 4/13/2009 8:20:37 PM EST
    A truck driver unloads his cargo of corn into a chute at the Lincolnway Energy plant in the town of Nevada, Iowa, in this December 6, 2007 file photo. Proponents say corn ethanol for transportation fuel is far better for the environment, national security and the economy than oil and the first step toward cleaner fuel sources. To match feature WATER-BIOFUELS/ REUTERS/Jason Reed/Files (UNITED STATES ENERGY BUSINESS)
  •  - A worker fills up gasoline at a petrol station in Bangkok

    A worker fills up gasoline at a petrol station in Bangkok

    Posted: 5/28/2008 3:44:59 AM EST
    A worker fills up gasoline at a petrol station in Bangkok May 28, 2008. Thailand passed a tax incentive package on Tuesday to lure motorists and truckers to switch to ethanol or compressed natural gas from gasoline or diesel as the net crude oil importer seeks to counter soaring oil prices. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang (THAILAND)
  •  - A handful of corn is shown as it is unloaded at the Lincolnway Energy plant in Nevada, Iowa

    A handful of corn is shown as it is unloaded at the Lincolnway Energy plant in Nevada, Iowa

    Posted: 12/6/2007 7:52:07 PM EST
    Raw corn is shown as it is unloaded for processing 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)
  •  - Corn is unloaded into a chute at the Lincolnway Energy plant in Nevada, Iowa

    Corn is unloaded into a chute at the Lincolnway Energy plant in Nevada, Iowa

    Posted: 12/6/2007 7:51:12 PM EST
    A truckload of corn is dumped into a chute 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)
  •  - Steering column of the concept Chevrolet Volt automobile is seen on the streets of Washington

    Steering column of the concept Chevrolet Volt automobile is seen on the streets of Washington

    Posted: 7/19/2007 12:35:54 PM EST
    Steering column of the concept Chevrolet Volt automobile is seen on the streets of Washington, July 19, 2007. While not in production yet, the Volt can be configured to run on a rechargeable electric drive system, gasoline, ethanol 85 or biodiesel, and will use the General Motors E-Flex Propulsion system. REUTERS/Larry Downing (UNITED STATES)
  •  - To match feature JAPAN-ETHANOL.

    To match feature JAPAN-ETHANOL.

    Posted: 5/11/2007 6:16:57 AM EST
    A machines produces ethanol made from rice in Shinanomachi, central Japan May 11, 2007. Japanese motorists may one day pump their cars full of sake, the fermented rice wine that is Japan's national drink, under a government-funded project unveiled in a snow-capped mountain resort on Friday. To match feature JAPAN-ETHANOL. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
  •  - Cane farmers burn off before harvest at a cane farm in the city of Sertaozinho

    Cane farmers burn off before harvest at a cane farm in the city of Sertaozinho

    Posted: 4/21/2007 3:43:40 PM EST
    Cane farmers burn off before harvest at a cane farm in the city of Sertaozinho, about 344 km (215 miles) northeast of Sao Paulo April 21, 2007. Brazil, the world's largest producer and exporter of sugar and ethanol, is a pioneer in the use of ethanol made from sugar cane to power cars. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL)
  •  - Workers are seen at the end of the day in Santa Elisa sugarcane farm in Sertaozinho

    Workers are seen at the end of the day in Santa Elisa sugarcane farm in Sertaozinho

    Posted: 4/21/2007 12:40:23 PM EST
    Workers are seen at the end of the day in Santa Elisa sugarcane farm in Sertaozinho, about 344 km (215 miles) northeast of Sao Paulo April 21, 2007. Brazil, the world's largest producer and exporter of sugar and ethanol, is a pioneer in the use of ethanol made from sugar cane to power cars. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL)
  •  - Men work at Santa Elisa ethanol distillery in Sertaozinh

    Men work at Santa Elisa ethanol distillery in Sertaozinh

    Posted: 4/21/2007 12:17:08 PM EST
    Men work at Santa Elisa ethanol distillery in Sertaozinho, about 344 km (215 miles) northeast of Sao Paulo April 21, 2007. Brazil, the world's largest producer and exporter of sugar and ethanol, is a pioneer in the use of ethanol made from sugar cane to power cars. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL)
  •  - Raul Castro talks with Venezuela's Minister of Energy Rafael Ramirez in Havana

    Raul Castro talks with Venezuela's Minister of Energy Rafael Ramirez in Havana

    Posted: 2/28/2007 10:54:41 PM EST
    Raul Castro (R), head of Cuba's armed forces and brother of Cuba's President Fidel Castro, talks with Venezuela's Minister for Energy Rafael Ramirez during a bilateral meeting between Cuba and Venezuela in Havana February 28, 2007. The two countries signed cooperation projects budgeted for this year at $1.5 billion, which includes the building of 11 ethanol plants in Venezuela with Cuban technology. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA)
  •  - U.S. President George W. Bush takes a look at a race car that runs on ethanol in Franklinton, North Carolina

    U.S. President George W. Bush takes a look at a race car that runs on ethanol in Franklinton, North Carolina

    Posted: 2/22/2007 12:35:25 PM EST
    U.S. President George W. Bush (L) takes a look at a race car that runs on ethanol as he tours Novozymes North America Inc. with Garrett Screws, Senior Manager of Government Relations in Franklinton, North Carolina, February 22, 2007. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES)
  •  - Promoters pour ethanol into a Brazil made multi-fuel car during a demonstration in Taipei

    Promoters pour ethanol into a Brazil made multi-fuel car during a demonstration in Taipei

    Posted: 2/1/2007 6:08:38 AM EST
    Promoters pour ethanol into a Brazil made multi-fuel car during a demonstration in Taipei, February 1, 2007. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) will release a long-awaited report assessing the human link to pollution, global warming and climate change, in Paris on February 2. A draft of the report, which draws on research by 2,500 scientists from more than 130 countries, projects a big rise in temperatures this century and warns of more heatwaves, floods, droughts and rising sea levels linked to greenhouses gases released mainly by the use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/Richard Chung (TAIWAN)
  •  - Silhouette of a protester is seen on a Mexican flag during a march on the streets in Mexico City

    Silhouette of a protester is seen on a Mexican flag during a march on the streets in Mexico City

    Posted: 1/31/2007 8:09:08 PM EST
    The silhouette of a protester is seen on a Mexican flag during a march on the streets in Mexico City January 31, 2007. Thousands of farmers and trade unionists protested against the rising price of tortillas, thin corn patties that are a staple of the Mexican diet. Soaring U.S. demand for ethanol fuel made from corn has pushed the grain to its highest prices in a decade. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO)
  •  - Protester takes part in a march on the streets of Mexico City

    Protester takes part in a march on the streets of Mexico City

    Posted: 1/31/2007 7:58:46 PM EST
    A protester takes part in a march on the streets of Mexico City January 31, 2007. Thousands of farmers and trade unionists protested against the rising price of tortillas, thin corn patties that are a staple of the Mexican diet. Soaring U.S. demand for ethanol fuel made from corn has pushed the grain to its highest prices in a decade. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO)
  •  - A protester holds up a corn during a march on the streets in Mexico City

    A protester holds up a corn during a march on the streets in Mexico City

    Posted: 1/31/2007 7:53:10 PM EST
    A protester holds up a corn during a march on the streets in Mexico City January 31, 2007. Thousands of farmers and trade unionists protested against the rising price of tortillas, thin corn patties that are a staple of the Mexican diet. Soaring U.S. demand for ethanol fuel made from corn has pushed the grain to its highest prices in a decade. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO)
  •  - Managing Director of Ford Britain de Waard speaks at British International Motor Show London

    Managing Director of Ford Britain de Waard speaks at British International Motor Show London

    Posted: 7/18/2006 10:50:32 AM EST
    Chairman and Managing Director of Ford Britain, Roelant de Waard speaks at the launch of Ford's new environmentally friendly cars that run on bio ethanol fuel at the British International Motor Show in London July 18, 2006. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN)
  •  - Ice sculpture of car unveiled by Ford at British International Motor Show London

    Ice sculpture of car unveiled by Ford at British International Motor Show London

    Posted: 7/18/2006 10:31:44 AM EST
    An ice sculpture car is unveiled as part of the launch of Ford's new environmentally friendly cars that run on bio ethanol fuel at the British International Motor Show in London July 18, 2006. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN)
  •  - US Senator Schumer speaks about reducing the tariff in New York

    US Senator Schumer speaks about reducing the tariff in New York

    Posted: 5/7/2006 3:00:50 PM EST
    US Senator Charles Schumer speaks about reducing the import tariff on gas additive ethanol, as a way to reduce gasoline prices, during a news conference in front of a gas station in New York May 7, 2006. Schumer plans to introduce legislation on Monday in hopes of easing the prices consumers pay, by encouraging the importation of ethanol from outside the US, which will increase the supply and hopefully reduce the overall price at the pump. REUTERS/Chip East