ExxonMobil to research biodiesel production from agricultural waste

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ExxonMobil to research biodiesel production from agricultural waste

Agreement with biofuels developer will see the oil giant explore biodiesel production from sugars found in non-food sources

A new agreement between ExxonMobil and biofuels developer Renewable Energy Group (REG) will see the Texas-based oil giant boost efforts to produce biodiesel from sources such as agricultural waste...

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