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    Google and the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) collaborate on making public an Atlas of the World's Environment, showing satellite info on environmental degradation. France Matin - September 20, 2006.

    Copenhagen based Novozymes, developer of enzymes for cellulosic ethanol, becomes partner in Denmark Technical University's 2G ethanol plant. Copenhagen Capacity - September 20, 2006.

    Record oil import costs have pushed the US current account deficit to $218.4bn (£116.3bn) in the second quarter, a 2.4% increase on the previous period. BBC - September 18, 2006.

    A unit of China National Offshore Oil Corp (CNOOC), plans to invest over 2.3 bln yuan (€220mio / US$290mio) to build a biodiesel complex in Panzhihua, Sichuan province. Projected annual output: 100,000 tons in 2010. China's biodiesel output is expected to reach 1 mio tons in 2010 and 9 mio tons in 2020. Forbes - September 15, 2006.

    Denmark's Technical University in Lyngby builds an experimental cellulosic ethanol plant that will only use biomass waste, to demonstrate its technology and to attract investors. United Press International - September 13, 2006.

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Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Germany's EnviTec Biogas creates daughter company in India

Quicknote bioenergy business
German green gas company EnviTec Biogas has created a daughter company in Bangalore, India, in a join-venture [German] operation in which Malavi Power Plant Ltd holds 50%. Last week, India's Energy Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde made a visit to the German company in Saerbeck.

EnviTec's goal is to create biogas plants with a capacity of 16MW. The know-how is German, obtaining licences and making project analyses are done by the Indian partner. The Indian subcontinent is a large emerging market with great potential for biogas as a renewable energy source, a sector strongly supported by the national government.
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