Biofuels languish

May 2008
BRW;5/22/2008, Vol. 30 Issue 20, p72
Trade Publication
The article speculates on trends in the biofuel industry and opportunities for stock trading in the sector in Australia as of May 2008 in the face of continuing oil price increases, according to Goldman Sachs. Natural Fuel is trading at 10.5 cents after floating in 2006 at $1.50 while Australian Renewable Fuels is trading at 4.8 cents after floating for $1 in 2005.


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