Boosting Butanol’s Role in the Biofuel World

first_img SHARE SHARE Previous articleTen Things Consumers Should Know About HarvestNext articleMorning Outlook Andy Eubank Boosting Butanol’s Role in the Biofuel World Facebook Twitter The potential for boosting butanol as a biofuel is more promising thanks to USDA scientists and their partners.  Work by the Agricultural Research Service (ARS) suggests that barley straw and corn stover – which are both agricultural byproducts – could be cost effective feedstocks for producing biobutanol.  ARS is the USDA’s chief scientific research agency – and this work supports the USDA priority of developing new energy sources.Gallon for gallon – biobutanol has 30-percent more energy than ethanol – and only around four-percent less energy than a gallon of petroleum-based gasoline.Source: NAFB News Service By Andy Eubank – Nov 16, 2014 Facebook Twitter Home Energy Boosting Butanol’s Role in the Biofuel Worldlast_img

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