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Palm Oil As A Cheaper Source for Biodiesel Feedstock

Refined palm oil or crude palm oil are the right solutions in today market to stay competitive as the cost of rapeseed oil, soyabean oil or palm oil feedstock accounts for around 80–95% of the operating cost of the biodiesel process and in the same rank for co-firing unit. A substantial increase in the production capacity and number of biodiesel manufacturers would create greater competition for the supply of vegetable oil feedstock, leading to upward pressure on prices.

In terms of production volume, palm oil is the world's second most produced vegetable oil after soybean oil. Palm oil exports come predominantly from Malaysia and Indonesia and these two countries can be expected to maintain their dominant position in exports of oils and fats, accounting for 45% of total trade.
Even without biodiesel, demand for palm oil would still be driven by the food segment. In Europe , there is less rapeseed for food purposes as more rapeseed are being used as feedstock for biofuel. Palm oil can come in to fill in the gap left by rapeseed in the food segment.

Crude and refined palm oil have not only economics advantage for fuel for CHP / co-firing industry but also have the better power properties than rapeseed and soya 

Palm oil itself can be used in plants as an ignition fuel, replacing fossil-derived heavy fuel oil. In this way, the CO2 emissions that would have been created by the fuel oil (approximately 3 tonnes of CO2 per tonne of heavy fuel oil) are avoided.


Mukesh Speak said...

Amyris oil appears to lack the well documented, historically rich background of other essential oils. This is largely due to the fact that the botanical origin of the tree that is used to produce amyris oil,
The sweet, balsamic, wood-like fragrance of Amyris oil allows it to blend well with geranium oil, pine oil, spruce oil, cedar wood oil, myrrh oil, galbanum oil, frankincense oil, cypress oil, clove oil, aniseed oil, lemon oil, orange oil,

Commonly found in soaps and other 'Sandalwood' products in place of 'true' Sandalwood, Amyris supports vibrant physical health by helping to remove physical and etheric toxins that congest and distort the body. An alternative choice in place of the endangered 'true' Sandalwood, Amyris is a healthy, inexpensive and sustainable substitute in many aromatherapy applications.
Amyris Oil

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