Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) December 6, 2007
$80.00 a barrel? $4.00 a gallon? Political instability in the Middle East together with the catastrophic hurricanes of 2005 brought about sharp rises in the cost of fossil fuels, and, in some cases, led to acute scarcity. All Americans felt the impact, and, as a result, the U.S. government, along with state governments and the nation's energy industry, has ramped up support for alternative energy sources, particularly ethanol.
The "U.S. Ethanol Plant Map and Company Database," is a high resolution, printable map published by EnergyBusinessReports.com. This map includes a break out box of North and South Dakota, Nebraska, Minnesota, and Iowa.
It is delivered in PDF format allowing it to be used in PowerPoint presentations. With printable dimensions of up to 2 feet by 3 feet, the map serves as a reference tool to hang on an office wall.
This map includes charts showing:
- Ethanol production from 2002-2006
- Average Ethanol and Gasoline price comparison
- U.S. Production and Capacity from 1999-2007
- Projected Biomass ethanol production from 2000-2020
- Cellulose ethanol production forecasts from 2005-2030
This product also includes a separate Excel file listing contact information for 25 ethanol producers including Company, Address, Phone, Fax, Website
About the Publisher: The "U.S. Ethanol Plant Map and Company Database" is published by Energy Business Reports (http://www.EnergyBusinessReports.com), an energy industry think tank and leading source for energy industry information and research products. Details can be found at http://EnergyBusinessReports.com/shop/template.asp?id=1422&affillink=EPRW20071204
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