Biofuel consumers unfazed by rising oil prices

05/2/2005 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Rising energy prices are assuring users of renewable fuels such as soybean that they are making a wise decision in avoiding petroleum-based fuels likely to be more expensive in the long run. With gasoline averaging $2.20 a gallon, paying $3.35 a gallon for more efficient biodiesel is roughly comparable, users say, while they also get the satisfaction of using more energy-efficient fuels.

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