Texas company to build 3 biofuel plants in Mississippi

Aug 27, 2010 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Herald Democrat

Texas-based KiOR, a company with plans to produce a crude oil substitute from wood chips and other biomass, will locate its first three facilities in Mississippi.

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JamesDavis

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There goes the forests and here comes the pollution, all in the name of a hand full of jobs that the EPA will shut down as soon as they get a sniff of the added pollution. Mississippi will allow the oil companies destroy anything in the name of backward progress. Keep on regressing Mississippi, soon you will catch up with Texas and even start looking like them.
Jonathan Freedman

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Mr. Davis:

Did you even read the article?

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Agusto Cardinal

Winder, GA

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Im anti pollution.If this project studied very well in and out im for it.Trees burned by nature we should harvest it first before nature get it.We have plenty of trees becouse we dont use them in cooking.Im in clean environtment and savings.

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