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DONG Energy and Neste Oil join forces to develop renewable fuels

DONG Energy and Neste Oil have entered into a collaboration to develop a cost-effective technology for producing renewable diesel and aviation fuel from agricultural residues.

Biofuels Demand for Road Transportation Will Surpass 51 Billion Gallons Annually by 2022, Forecasts Navigant Research

Advanced and drop-in biofuels offer the largest growth opportunities, report concludes. ...
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Aemetis Announces Commissioning of Biodiesel Distillation Unit at India Plant

Biodiesel and refined glycerin production facility in Kakinada, India has been upgraded to produce high-quality distilled biodiesel ...
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Airbus forms a sustainable fuel Centre of Excellence in Malaysia

Partnership aims to promote local production of sustainable jet fuels. ...
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Second generation biofuel from Clariant and Haltermann

A fuel of the future is being introduced to the streets in a fleet test launched by the joined forces of Clariant, Haltermann, and Mercedes-Benz. ...
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Scania delivers 220 biodiesel-powered trucks to leading Austrian transport company

Austrian haulier Nothegger Transport has ordered 220 trucks from Scania with biodiesel engines which meet Euro 6 requirements and are designed for 100-percent biodiesel operation. ...
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Iogen Announces New Drop-In Cellulosic Biofuel

Iogen Corporation today announced it has developed and patented a new method to make drop-in cellulosic biofuels from biogas using existing refinery assets and production ...
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New, Simple Technique May Drive Down Biofuel Production Costs

Researchers at North Carolina State University have developed a simple, effective and relatively inexpensive technique for removing lignin from the plant material used to make ...
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Gevo Supplies U.S. Army With Fuel for the Black Hawk Helicopter

The World's First Isobutanol Bio-Jet Fuel Performs in Multiple Aircraft Platforms ...
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York scientists’ significant step forward in biofuels quest

Reported in Nature Chemical Biology, Scientists at the University of York have made a significant step in the search to develop effective second generation biofuels ...
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DONG Energy and Neste Oil join forces to develop renewable fuels

DONG Energy and Neste Oil have entered into a collaboration to develop a cost-effective technology for producing renewable diesel and aviation fuel from agricultural residues.

Biofuels Demand for Road Transportation Will Surpass 51 Billion Gallons Annually by 2022, Forecasts Navigant Research

Advanced and drop-in biofuels offer the largest growth opportunities, report concludes.

Aemetis Announces Commissioning of Biodiesel Distillation Unit at India Plant

Biodiesel and refined glycerin production facility in Kakinada, India has been upgraded to produce high-quality distilled biodiesel

Airbus forms a sustainable fuel Centre of Excellence in Malaysia

Partnership aims to promote local production of sustainable jet fuels.

Second generation biofuel from Clariant and Haltermann

A fuel of the future is being introduced to the streets in a fleet test launched by the joined forces of Clariant, Haltermann, and Mercedes-Benz.

Iogen Announces New Drop-In Cellulosic Biofuel

Iogen Corporation today announced it has developed and patented a new method to make drop-in cellulosic biofuels from biogas using existing refinery assets and production

Scania delivers 220 biodiesel-powered trucks to leading Austrian transport company

Austrian haulier Nothegger Transport has ordered 220 trucks from Scania with biodiesel engines which meet Euro 6 requirements and are designed for 100-percent biodiesel operation.

New, Simple Technique May Drive Down Biofuel Production Costs

Researchers at North Carolina State University have developed a simple, effective and relatively inexpensive technique for removing lignin from the plant material used to make

York scientists’ significant step forward in biofuels quest

Reported in Nature Chemical Biology, Scientists at the University of York have made a significant step in the search to develop effective second generation biofuels

Gevo Supplies U.S. Army With Fuel for the Black Hawk Helicopter

The World's First Isobutanol Bio-Jet Fuel Performs in Multiple Aircraft Platforms
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