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EURO-PACIFIC FUELS TECH CORPORATION ACQUIRES 75% OWNERSHIPS OF 2 RENEWABLE ENERGIES COMPANIES (part 2)

"This is only the beginning of our contribution to Balance the Problems brought by Global Warming and preserve our Planet where we give every individual the best Environment Living Conditions in the best way we can offer in this sincere effort and self-initiative to lead the world in a simple way that we can afford." confided Founder and Chairman Nestor C. Buenaflor.

Photobioreactors Type 1
 

"Once we have completed very soon this year the concrete establishment of our Supply-Chain Infrastructure then we can count that in the next 6 months to one year there will be a dramatic drop in Atmospheric Pollution and also the start of introduction of BIO-PLASTICS made human accessories like Electronic Gadgets, Home Appliances, Building Materials, Entertainment Products, Vehicles Spare Parts, and so many other applications. The Distribution of Bio-Gasoline, Bio-Diesel, Bio-Kerosene, Bio-Jet Fuel, LBG (Cleaner Alternative to LPG) and other BIO-FUELS Products we have will give a new statistical implications on our Atmospheric Pollution status and hopefully we will experience good weather patterns very soon,"added Nestor C. Buenaflor.

EURO-PACIFIC FUELS TECH CORPORATION ACQUIRES 75% OWNERSHIPS OF 2 RENEWABLE ENERGIES COMPANIES (part 1)

Microalgae biomass grow photobioreactors Type 1
 

These Renewable Technologies are part of the “Acquisition Agreement” that EURO-PACIFIC FUELS TECH CORPORATION has just “SIGNED” with its European Cooperation Partners involving Scientists who are experts in this field, including Bio-Chemistry and Bio-Physics Inventions where BIO-PLASTICS in several specifications are also one of its Pro-Environment Products that is ready for market distribution.

The Acquisitions allowed EURO-PACIFIC FUELS TECH CORPORATION to own 75% Stake of the 2 European Companies based in Iceland and in Ukraine. Strategic Building of Distribution Infrastructure is now under establishments by EURO-PACIFIC FUELS TECH CORPORATION in order to create a very seamless structure of its SUPPLY-CHAIN MANAGEMENT INFRASTRUCTURE.

Can a Shell be a Biofuel? (part 2)

ethanol made from Brazilian sugar cane produces approximately 70% lower CO2 emissions from production than conventional petrol, and with Biofuels predicted to account for as much as 30% of the world road transport fuel mix by 2050, this is a smart and profitable move. Doing the right thing is a theme that Just4theplanet has captured during our reports and Shell are most certainly proving to its customers that they are investing into environmental alternatives that will benefit not only the environment but also their financial bottom line.

Can a Shell be a Biofuel? (part 1)

brazil sugar cane shell biofuel

Vegetable oil diesel or Biofuels in general are a prolific source of energy and Shell were the world’s biggest distributor of Biofuels in 2009. During 2010 they signed an agreement with Cosan to form a joint venture for producing ethanol from sugar cane in Brazil; a shift from petrochemical to Biofuels is surely a massive first step for this world leader. Their movement towards Corporate Social Responsiblity is encouraging.

Is It Time To Form a Methanol Lobby?

We have been in a discussion on the many benefits of methanol as a fuel source, and how China has been expanding its use of methanol as a fuel for cars. It is adding 30% methanol (M30) to gasoline in certain regions, and just approved in December 2009 the use of M85 (85% methanol) for use in certain cars. Here is a brief comment on the develop of "methanol gasoline" being promoted in China.
methanol fuel cells

Since 2006, the Chinese have found a good way to use methanol gasoline. It helped them to solve the problem of gasoline shortage, also help their national to have good control of pollution from car emission. In 2009, Chinese car sale has reached number one in the world, but the fuel consummation has not increased much. The answer is simple. Methanol gasoline is in the fuel station for sale. It is clean and cheaper than the regular gasoline. Petro China Company Limited ("Petro China"), the China's largest oil and gas producer and distributor, has selected the high clean methanol gasoline to be used in the province of Zhejiang. According to Salvador Trinxet Llorca, co-CEO of Brascan, Sinopec, the other China's largest oil and gas producer is currently using high clean methanol gasoline in the province of Sanxi. In 2010, the high clean methanol gasoline will be used in many provinces.

Bioenergy: Biomass and Biofuel (Bio-fuel) in China

China emerged as the world's third largest producer of ethanol bio-fuels (after the U.S. and Brazil) as of the end of the 10th Five Year Plan Period in 2005. At present ethanol accounts for more than 20% of total automotive fuel consumption in China.

biofuel

Based on planned ethanol projects in some provinces in China, the output of corn would be insufficient to provide the raw material for those plants in those provinces. In the recently published World Economic Outlook, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) expressed concern that there would be increasing competition worldwide between bio-fuels and food consumption for agricultural products and that that competition likely would continue to result in increases in prices of crops.
bioenergy

the future of China's bioenergy

Bioenergy development has become a top government priority, and China's law on renewable power (alternative energy, green energy) was implemented a few years ago (in January 2006).

The current focus is on electricity generation from surplus agricultural residues, which are estimated at 200 million tonnes yearly. The government has set up a long-term target of 30 gigawatts of electricity generated from biomass by 2020, which will require billions of US dollars in investment. And there is also a growing interest in the development of biofuels such as biodiesel and ethanol, intended to reduce oil imports, which currently account for more than 46% of China's total oil supply – a major energy security concern for the government.

China needs to make a massive transition from traditional to modern uses of biomass as part of its strategy for sustainable rural development. This act of leapfrogging requires innovative policy support from the government.
The bio-energy system:
bioenergy system

Bioenergy development has become a top government priority, and China's law on renewable power (alternative energy, green energy) was implemented a few years ago (in January 2006).

The current focus is on electricity generation from surplus agricultural residues, which are estimated at 200 million tonnes yearly. The government has set up a long-term target of 30 gigawatts of electricity generated from biomass by 2020, which will require billions of US dollars in investment. And there is also a growing interest in the development of biofuels such as biodiesel and ethanol, intended to reduce oil imports, which currently account for more than 46% of China's total oil supply – a major energy security concern for the government.

China needs to make a massive transition from traditional to modern uses of biomass as part of its strategy for sustainable rural development. This act of leapfrogging requires innovative policy support from the government.
The bio-energy system:
bioenergy system

Bioenergy Will Account for 4% of China's Renewable Energy in 2020

Bio-energy strategic development in rural China will help China meet the rising demands for energy (power).
bioenergy

In fact developing bio-energy in rural China will promote the development of the agriculture, rural areas and the farmers in China.

And bioenergy utilization has been developing rapidly in China.  According to statistics, by the end of 2005, more than 18.07 million peasant households were using methane gas as fuel. Further, more than 3550 bio-energy facilities produce nearly seven billion cubic meters of methane each year.

And China's installed capacity of bio-energy electricity will reach 5.5 million kilowatts (kw) by 2010, and 30 million kilowatts (kw) by 2020.

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