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Denmark: Biofuel plans delayed
Source : cphpost.dk
Vehicles in this country will start to run on biofuel soon but not from the start of the new year as planned. Instead, planners are pushing for the transition to be complete halfway through next year. Oil industry executives say that the pilot programme implemented in Århus in the past couple years has shown that getting biofuel to all petrol stations nationwide will take much longer than originally believed. The conversion of two refineries at Fredericia and Kalundborg to produce biofuel is also taking longer than expected. Danish Petroleum Association (EOF) president Steffen Pedersen said the plan was now for all petrol to contain bioethanol by 1 June next year, while biodiesel would be widely available a year after that.
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2 September 2009 |
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