U.S. House committee OKs bill to promote biofuels


By Tom Doggett WASHINGTON, Jan 31 (Reuters) - The U.S. House Science and Technology Committee approved legislation on Wednesday to promote the development of alternative biofuels and create the infrastructure to handle the supplies. The legislation requires the government to carry out research to make alternative biobased fuels, such as gasoline made of 85 percent ethanol, compatible with existing infrastructure to store and deliver the fuels to the point of final sale. Specifically, ...

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