The Mexican company Biofields has announced plans to construct a plant on the Sonora coast that will produce ethanol from algae. The company hopes its facility, which eventually could produce about 2 billion gallons of fuel per year, would provide a viable alternative to corn-based ethanol. The price of corn has risen sharply in the past two years, partly due to a US campaign to promote the use of that commodity in the production of ethanol.
SourceMex writers. "Mexican company announces plan to construct plant in Sonora to produce ethanol from algae." (2007). https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/la_energy_notien/145