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    Re: Anyone with Glycerin !!!

    What I know about Glycerin could fill the blank space on a postage stamp, so stupid questions "are us".
    1) Does Glycerin dissolve in water?
    2) Assuming No. 1 is "Yes" - is the dissolved glycerin...
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    Re: Anyone with Glycerin !!!

    What affect does Glycerin have on weeds, and if glycering has a negative effect on weeds - how do you apply it? Great options, and I am sure I know farmers that would take it - if it actually has an...
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    Anyone with Glycerin !!!

    I have a new contact that is looking for Glycerin. If you have a bit you need to get rid of, this might be your man. Paul - pau@r-trade.com.au

    He is handling large quantities, but might be...
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    Re: Soy Biodiesel @ TBS

    Hi Reverb,
    There is a small difference in the energy content of various Biodiesel feedstocks. The oils that are long-chain saturated fatty acids (tallow & palm) generally exhibit better ignition...
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    Sticky: Re: Current Biodiesel Suppliers in Sydney

    Dave & ALL members of the Forum,

    Please do not buy B100.

    Buy B20 diesel, it does not demonstrate the weird characteristics of B100, delivers the same power as fossil diesel, and helps to reduce...
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    Sticky: Re: Current Biodiesel Suppliers in Sydney

    Dave,
    Much of what you write is correct. Feedstock prices doubling was a significant problem, but conversely, the price of fossil fuel was climbing in proportion to the increased feedstock prices,...
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    Sticky: Re: Current Biodiesel Suppliers in Sydney

    Dave,
    Thanks for your comments. I am not sure what comments you are referring to, but I am unaware of other retail sites selling Soybiodiesel. However, there is a growing list of Customers, just...
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    Soy Biodiesel @ TBS

    The Soy-based Biodiesel that is being sold at The Biodiesel Station has a CFPP (Cold Filter Plug Point) of -4C, complies with both the Australian Standard & EN14214 (the EU standard), and compliant...
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    Sticky: Re: Current Biodiesel Suppliers in Sydney

    The Biodiesel Station is pleased to announce that for the first time in Australia, TBS is offering soy-based B100 from its Marrickville location. The SoybiodieselŪ is purchased from National...
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    Re: Biodiesel from bowsers in SA

    Now that SAFF is has gone into receivership & been repurchased; is the new owner continuing to sell Biofuels, or have they switched to fossil fuels entirely?
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    Re: Volkswagen's Position on Biodiesel

    Hi Blueytoo
    The issue is the Diesel Standard, not the Biodiesel Standard -
    1) VW must produce vehicles that can use a fuel that complies to the Australian Diesel Standard.
    2) Everyone accepts...
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    Re: Volkswagen's Position on Biodiesel

    Hi Blueytoo,
    You have identified the very reason the Department of Environment is dead-set on changing the Australian Diesel Standard to mirror EN590. EN590 restricts diesel to a max of 5% FAME...
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    Re: The Death of Commercial Biodiesel in Australia?

    Thanks for sharing the reply form Government.

    The body of the reply restates the dogmatic policy of DEWHA, but the last sentence of the reply really shedssome insight on the vision of our...
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    Re: Human Induced Global Warming - Fact or Fiction

    Regardless of whether humans are responsible for climate change is not really an issue. The issue is; are we going to sit on our butts while the opportunity to change our destiny melts in front of...
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    Re: Human Induced Global Warming - Fact or Fiction

    As much as I appreciate Marc's alerting us to the potential of being led by the nose (or is it knows?). I keep comiong back to the same question: What difference does it make whether humans or...
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    Re: Human Induced Global Warming - Fact or Fiction

    I have enjoyed this thread even though, at times, it tends to reduce complex issues to a point of convenient simplicity. I believe this is what was meant by "rants" and hardly directed at any one...
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    Re: The Death of Commercial Biodiesel in Australia?

    Nitramluap,
    I think you convey your point well. Your submission is a great addition to the submissions that have been generated through this thread.

    The DEWHA has extended the deadline to the...
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    Re: Peak oil - 4 Corners ABC TV Monday 10/7/06

    Regardless of whether you are pro or con on Global Warming, the absence of increased petroleum production is a clear indicator that either there is something to the “Peak-Oil Myth”, or the Oil-Rich...
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    Re: The Death of Commercial Biodiesel in Australia?

    Quoting from the Position Paper:

    "In the short term supply above 5% can be accommodated through existing procedures within the Fuel Quality Standards Act 2000. It is proposed that this approval...
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    Re: Peak oil - 4 Corners ABC TV Monday 10/7/06

    This is from Geo Science Autralia, the Nation manager & inventory agent.
    "Crude oil and condensate remaining reserves in 2003 could sustain production of 33.4 GL or 210 million bbl per year for 13...
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    Re: The Death of Commercial Biodiesel in Australia?

    Tim,
    Great Submission, thank you on behalf of us all.

    Geoffwin,
    The elimination of a >B5 blend from the Fuel Tax Rabte will mean that the BIG users of B20 will not buy B20 any longer becasue it...
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    Re: Peak oil - 4 Corners ABC TV Monday 10/7/06

    Your observation is completely in agreement with IEA projections that there will be Severe shortages of liquid fuels as soon as 2015. The wall is there, and we are hurtling towards it at 90+mph, and...
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    Re: The Death of Commercial Biodiesel in Australia?

    Slippery,

    You have pointed out a key feature in Govt's position paper. DEWHA is NOT proposing a mandated 5% Bio in ALL diesel. Fuel companies will have the "option" to blend, or not. DEWHA's...
  24. Biodiesel - Starvation, Deforestation, & Increased Food Prices

    It is as if the world has taken a petroleum-based ecstasy tablet. The scientific and media worlds have fallen in love with petroleum products and have condemned Biofuels.

    The media says...
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    Re: The Death of Commercial Biodiesel in Australia?

    Slippery,
    B100 (neat Biodiesel) was given a Aus. Standard in 2003. There current policy paper is vague about the retailing of B100, but let's assume it can will not be restricted.

    However, the...
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