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Old 04-12-2006, 09:24 PM
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I have little doubt that we are in the infant stages of a diesel revolution. And although some may not believe biodiesel to be the "Answer" I believe that it will play a major role in the future. That said, I don't have money flowing but would be interested in a small investment in the right biodiesel company. Anyone have some thoughts on this issue?

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Check on Motiva Enterprises LLC, see press release below:

Motiva Enterprises LLC's announcement - complete with an appearance by country music star and biodiesel fan Willie Nelson - addresses President Bush's call for more alternative fuels and marks an important step toward bringing the fuel to more drivers. Biodiesel remains unavailable in wide swaths of the country, though sales tripled last year. Proponents believe Motiva's pilot program, under which fuel already is being blended and loaded, will lead to more biodiesel pumps at gas stations.

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