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While ethanol makes the headlines, some investors are seeing a lot of opportunity in the quieter biodiesel boom. The RNCOS group is releasing a biodiesel market report titled Biofuel Market Worldwide (2006). The report says that with the reintroduction of diesel trucks to the U.S., declining diesel supply and pending legislation that could make biodiesel cheaper than standard diesel (it's currently about 21 to 32 cents more expensive), biodiesel is currently worth investing in. Between 2002 and

AutoblogGreen was sent an email the other day asking the following question: "We are starting a biodiesel venture, and have been trying to get good info without spending $12,000 or more to finish our business plan. Do you have any leads that could help?" I asked the sender to explain further and he said that his group, Amerigy, has been "putting together a business plan, and have been wading through government information about diesel sales, biodiesel sales, and other market information relating