By Jeff Mason and Jeremy Smith BRUSSELS, Jan 30 (Reuters) - The European Union, seeking to diversify its energy supplies and cut greenhouse gas emissions, is beefing up a strategy to use and produce biofuels, according to a draft paper prepared by the bloc's executive Commission. Biofuels, which are made from biomass -- organic matter such as wood, crops and animal waste -- are used to power vehicles and are seen in the EU as a way to reduce the growing role of the transport sector in ...
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