Britain's biggest oil company, BP, has left a venture to produce biofuel from a poisonous tropical shrub, which was once heralded as a wonder crop for its ability to grow on marginal land. BP does not plan to exit the biofuels business, but had decided to target other crops and the advanced fuel molecule biobutanol. The decision is the latest blow to a new energy source that only two years ago had seemed to hold great promise for developing countries that were keen to plant a new cash crop that would not encroach on land used for growing food. As of last month, they had planted about , hectares with the treelike plant that bears oily seeds. In that same year, Scientific American described jatropha oil as "green gold in a shrub".
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Jatropha Biodiesel Business plans preparation needs expertise, a better understanding of how to prepare, analyze and interpret financial statements. Therefore, the C J P have formulated various business plans from farming to fuel based on its extensive experience, research and knowledge. Biodiesel is simply a powerful trend today. Both small and big players in the industry would like to have a slice in its success. Biodiesel is a very good alternative to common fuel. And it is good for the environment as well.
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In , the Central Bureau of Investigation arrested a miracle man of different sorts. Ramar Pillai did not pretend to be the almighty, but he declared he could make petrol using secret herbs. The curly-haired, smooth-talker from Tamil Nadu sold the fuel under the brand name Ramar Petrol. The CBI found that Pillai had, in fact, sourced petroleum products such as benzene from contacts in oil marketing companies to produce fuel. Thanks to Pillai, for a while, anybody who spoke of biofuels was treated with suspicion in India.
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