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(C) Private 2013 - Christopher Standlee, Esq.Lobbying cellulosic ethanol plants:
“Some expectations were very aggressive…”

February 2014. Christopher Standlee, Vice-President Global Affairs for Abengoa Bioenergy US on lobbying for Renewable Fuel Standards (RFS) facing opposition of the petroleum, gas and coal industries, on the bioenergy industry’s promises for a long time, on yield and production of the new Hugoton plant, and his company’s strategic perspective on Brazil and Europe. Exclusive for readers of B2Bioworld.

 

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