Dennis Langley

CEO, E3 BioFuels

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Chief Executive Officer of Kansas-based E3 BioFuels, which is powered by methane grown in in Mead, Nebraska

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The rush is on for biofuels: to end dependence on oil, help solve global warming and create jobs for the rural poor.

Biofuels: The Benefits and the Bad News

The rush is on for biofuels: to end dependence on oil, help solve global warming and create jobs for the rural poor.

from To the Point

The rush is on for biofuels to end dependence on
oil, help solve global warming and create jobs for the rural poor. In America's
corn-belt, especially in Iowa, there's a rush to…

Do Biofuels Cause More Problems than They Solve?

The rush is on for biofuels to end dependence on oil, help solve global warming and create jobs for the rural poor. In America's corn-belt, especially in Iowa, there's a rush to…

from To the Point

One day after his  State of the Union  address, President Bush was on the road  pushing energy independence  by way of alternative fuels.

Energy Independence and Ethanol

One day after his State of the Union address, President Bush was on the road pushing energy independence by way of alternative fuels.

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