Arguably, entrepreneurs are always risk takers, and will always go for any opportunity that is capable of making profit. There are various entrepreneurial issues that surround the oil and ethanol made from cellulose in the United States. The EPA is fining companies yet the product does not exist. As a matter of fact, there is a lack of supply of the products in question, yet the entrepreneurs do not jump for this business. There are various reasons for this entrepreneurial behavior on the issue. One of the reason is that despite the lack of supply, there is no single sell of cellulosic ethanol in the year 2011.
For entrepreneurs, this is an unrealistic business that does not prove to be productive. Every entrepreneur depends on the flow of cash into and out of the business, but the fact is that the products do not exist; hence, it does not guarantee the entrepreneur value for their investment. This is why the entrepreneurs do not jump into the business despite the low supply.
One of the crucial factors that influence entrepreneur is the political environment and policies. In this scenario, the policies that the US government has implemented through EPA is unrealistic and oppressive. Therefore, entrepreneurs are not quick to jump to the business due to unfavorable existing policies. The low supply is actually a guarantee of the ready market, the presence of the market is neutralized by non existing products and bad policies.
Another crucial reason is the fact that the product that the entrepreneurs are supposed to jump into is not available. It is worth noting that entrepreneurs are affected by the availability of the resource. The oil entrepreneurs are aware of the unproven productivity and cost effectiveness of the products in question. In general perspective, the entrepreneurs are not willing to jump into business despite the low supply due to the existing situations that are not favorable for entrepreneurs.