Algae eyed as possible biofuel source

12/27/2007 | Financial Times (free content)

Researchers are investigating algae as a second-generation biofuel because it could yield 100 times more oil than common biofuel crops. Europe's oil giant Royal Dutch Shell recently partnered with Hawaii-based HR BioPetroleum to build a research plant that the company hopes can produce biodiesel from algae in two years.

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