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Agricultural & Applied Economics Association: Why Biomass Residue Is Not as Plentiful as It Looks - Case Study on Economic Supply of Logging Residues
July 31, 2020
MILWAUKEE, Wisconsin, July 31 -- The Agricultural and Applied Economics Association issued the following news release:

At current low oil prices, bioenergy is a lower priority nationally than it was when oil was over $100/barrel. But when economic growth gets back underway and energy prices rise, this research shows how to develop an accurate forecast of the economic supply of biomass from logging and crop residues.

In new research released in the journal Applied Econom . . .

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