September 8, 2009

Weekly news roundup

The 3-day long weekend comes to an end (pity...) and school is back (pity me...) The battle on climate change bill will again be back on track in Congress although the health care reform will most probably overshadow that. An ICIS insight piece from Washington correspondent Joe Kamalick last week states...
"The once healthy climate change bill soon might be a candidate for end-of-life counselling, its fate perhaps already sealed by a death-panel of congressional Democrats more fearful of constituents’ ire and fire than global warming."

Let me know what you think about this. Meanwhile, here are this week's news roundup:

India ships biodiesel
AE Biofuels through its subsidiary, Universal Biofuels Pvt. Ltd., has completed a $3 million shipment of biodiesel to a large European customer produced from its 50 million gallon per year biodiesel production facility located in Kakinada, India.

Algae Asian negotiation
Negotiations are underway with BioCentric Energy Holdings for an exclusive licensing agreement for the manufacture and use of BioCentric's Patent Pending Algae Pro Closed loop Photobioreactor System in Asia. Terms, licensing fee and the country in question are confidential at this time.

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