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Worl Energy outlook 2006, International Energy Agency
Uploaded on Thursday 16 Feb 2012
Two scenarios for biofuels by 2030
Biodiesel is produced from oil, which can be sourced from oil seed crops such as rapeseed, soy bean, sunflower or jatropha and from waste oil such as cooking oil. Water and other contaminants are removed from the oil and the fatty acid content present in the oil is separated and ransformed.
Biodiesel can be blended with conventional diesel in vehicles, usually in a 5 per cent blend (B5).In some countries it is sold in blends up to 20 per cent (B20) or in pure form (B100) that some specially modified diesel
vehicles can handle.