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Zim may lose $500-million
Zim may lose $500-million
Controversial businessperson Billy Rautenbach is eyeing a potentially lucrative move into Zambia after nasty rows with Zimbabwean state officials...
Zim: Politics fuels blending case
Zim: Politics fuels blending case
The Constitutional Court case in which a motorist is challenging the government's mandatory blending of fuel with ethanol has become a...
Anger fuels ethanol U-turn in Zim
Anger fuels ethanol U-turn in Zim
Fearing that it would be unable to contain a possible flurry of lawsuits from a disapproving public, the government has been put in the embarrassing position of having to back down on its unilateral decision to raise the mandatory blending of unleaded fuel and ethanol from E10 (10%...
Big plans for ethanol ignore fears
Big plans for ethanol ignore fears
Businessman Billy Rautenbach has big plans for his Green Fuel biofuel company, despite the controversy dogging the government's decision to...
On full tanks and empty bellies
On full tanks and empty bellies
In the pantheon of great human follies, subsidising food producers and processors to grow food crops only to burn them as fuel in cars certainly...
Zim: Transporting ethanol a major safety concern
Zim: Transporting ethanol a major safety concern
The road accident involving a Green Fuel ethanol tanker and a truck, which killed 24 people, many of whom were burnt beyond recognition, in...
Blended petrol fuels Zim motorists' ire
Blended petrol fuels Zim motorists' ire
The government's plan to blend petrol with ethanol is supposed to chip away at Zimbabwe's huge fuel import bill, but it has car owners...
Zim to blend imported petrol with ethanol
Zim to blend imported petrol with ethanol
Zimbabwe's plan to blend imported petrol with 10% of locally produced ethanol is in accordance with a drive to lower fuel import bills, the energy regulator said on...
R2bn ethanol plant planned for completion by 2014
R2bn ethanol plant planned for completion by 2014
South Africa plans to invest R2-billion to build an ethanol plant and help a hopeful biofuels sector that could reduce the country's reliance on...
One quarter of US grain crops fed to cars, not people
One quarter of US grain crops fed to cars, not people
One-quarter of all the maize and other grain crops grown in the US now ends up as biofuel in cars rather than being used to feed people, according...

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