Biofuels feedstock - Definition, Glossary, Details - OilgaeBiofuels feedstock refers to those starting materials that are used to make biofuels. Some examples of feedstock are corn, sugarcane (ethanol), soybeans, palm (biodiesel)Links
Limited Biofuels Feedstock Supply? - The United States has embarked on an ambitious program to develop technology and infrastructure to economically and sustainably produce ethanol from biomass.
Elephant Grass as Biofuel Feedstock - This is an example of increasing development of larger scale, biomass gasification systems with research into various sorts of feedstock. In addition to other examples of the Biomass Initiative, i.e., gasification of crop residues and recycled urban waste, feedstock development at Oak Ridge National Laboratory since 1978 has included identification and development of fast growing trees and herbaceous crops.
Biofuel Feedstock - Production Economics - To assess farmers’willingness to adopt high-residue cover crops for soil conservation and/or to produce alternative bio-energy feedstocks in the southeastern United States.