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View Resource Well-to-Wheel Energy Use and Greenhouse Gas Emissions of Advanced Fuel/Vehicle Systems North American Analysis Volume I

This massive study analyzed the energy efficiency of 75 different fuel pathways using the GREET model. The fuel pathways analyzed included conventional gasoline and ethanol, as well as natural gas,...

http://egov.oregon.gov/ENERGY/RENEW/Biomass/docs/FORUM/163WT...
View Resource Well-to-Wheel Energy Use and Greenhouse Gas Emissions of Advanced Fuel/Vehicle Systems North American Analysis Volume 2

This massive study analyzed the energy efficiency of 75 different fuel pathways using the GREET model. The fuel pathways analyzed included conventional gasoline and ethanol, as well as natural gas,...

http://egov.oregon.gov/ENERGY/RENEW/Biomass/docs/FORUM/164WT...
View Resource The Energy Balance of Corn Ethanol: An Update

This article describes research that reevaluates the energy efficiency of ethanol production from corn.

http://www.transportation.anl.gov/pdfs/AF/265.pdf
View Resource American Coalition for Ethanol Home Page

This site contains a great variety of information related to U.S. ethanol production and use including brochures, research publications, educational materials for students and instructors, press...

http://www.ethanol.org/
View Resource Illinois Corn Ethanol Page

This site contains information that describes the advantages of oxygenated fuels using ethanol versus nonoxygenation fuels or oxygenated fuels containing MTBE. A breakdown of energy inputs required...

http://www.ilcorn.org/
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