Either the United States or Brazil use the most biofuel depending on either the total gallons used or percentage. The U.S. consumed 4.04 billion gallons of ethanol for transportation uses in 2005. Brazil requires all fuel sold in to be at least 20 percent blend with biofuel. Consequently, both Brazil and the U.S. are the two biggest producers of biofuels. The European Union requires 2 percent of fuel consumption to be from biofuels to join the union with a target of 5.75 percent by this year.
The second link discusses the production of biofuels and the controversy from third world countries because of the arguments about impacting food supplies.
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