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This report compares some characteristics of ethanol produced with wood via fermentation versus that by corn. We also identify various means of transport available to Kraft pulp and paper mills in Maine, including pipelines, trucking and rail.
Dickerson, Kate and Rubin, Jonathan, "Maine Bioproducts Business Pathways: Ethanol Comparison & Transportation Analysis" (2009). Energy & the Environment. 5.
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