CANBERRA – The Australian government says it remains committed to achieving its biofuel production target of 92.5 million gallons (350 million L) by 2010, despite a taskforce report that says the target cannot be met. The government taskforce says there potentially are significantly greater health benefits from ethanol use than previously thought, but the biofuels industry faces considerable market barriers, including low consumer confidence and high commercial risk. (See related story: ...
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