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This is a very interesting article.

"...this is not a battle over ethanol, much less a battle over biofuels. For most, it is a proxy battle over corn."

"One thing all groups are agreed about - advanced biofuels offer options for farmers, for the environment, for meat producers, for consumers."

Also: biobutanol, sugarbeet feedstock, and "diverting" biomass to producing electric power instead of liquid fuels could kill off the nascent advanced biofuels industry.

http://biofuelsdigest.com/bdigest/2010/07/20/the-mad-scramble-over-the-ethanol-tax-credit/

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