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View Resource Growing Energy: How Biofuels Can Help End America's Oil Dependence

The United states does not have to rely on oil to drive our economy and quality of life. We can replace much of our oil with biofuels - fuels made from plant materials grown by American farmers.
View Resource Industry Trends Report Spring 2008

A Quarterly Publication from Mitchell International, this document has features including: ?Measuring Alternate Parts Usage,? ?The Economy & Short-Term Energy Outlook,? plus a Special Editor?...
View Resource Biodiesel Handling and Use Guidelines

This document is a guide for those who blend, distribute, and use biodiesel and biodiesel blends. It is intended to help fleets and individual users, blenders, distributors, and those involved in...
View Resource Mitchell Releases Third Quarter 2008 Industry Trends Report

This edition's Quarterly Feature, "The Average Severity of Hybrid versus Gas Vehicles," by Mitchell's Senior Director, Information Services, Jamison Day, discusses the recent results of a study...
View Resource Vehicle Technology: Enabling a Better Automotive World

The new technologies presented here by Valeo confirm the appropriateness of the company?s strategy to develop global solutions which improve safety, comfort and driving pleasure while at the same t...
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