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Farnborough Airport has announced the sale of its millionth liter of SAF, further highlighting its aim to be a sustainability showcase for airports around the world.
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Boskalis has signed a contract with Dutch shipbuilding company Royal IHC to build a large state-of-the-art trailing suction hopper dredger capable of running on diesel and green methanol.
Indonesia flew its first commercial flight using palm oil-blended jet fuel, as the world's biggest producer of the commodity pushes for wider use of biofuels to cut fuel imports.
thyssenkrupp Uhde awarded contract by ENOWA to supply a green methanol and methanol-to-gasoline plant
thyssenkrupp Uhde has been awarded a contract by ENOWA, NEOM’s energy and water company, for engineering services and the supply, design and procurement of equipment for a new CO2-to-methanol and methanol-to-gasoline demonstration plant at ENOWA’s Hydrogen Innovation and Development Center in Saudi Arabia.
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Finland's Neste beat third-quarter core earnings forecasts and said SAF sales from its new Singapore facility would pick up from the second quarter of next year.
Biofuels / Economics / Engineering & Design / Environment / Carbon Management / Greenhouse Gases / Europe
Ireland's offshore wind power plans could see it produce SAF from around 2030 but "significant progress" is needed to develop SAF at scale.
The prices of ethanol and biomass-based diesel renewable identification number credits—the compliance mechanism used for the Renewable Fuel Standard program administered by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency—each fell by more than one third between September 1 and October 16.
Global energy trader Vitol will be delivering specialized bunker barges at Singapore in early 2024, and will be able to offer a range of biofuel blends through its subsidiaries V-Bunkers and Vitol Bunkers.
Asia/Pacific / Biofuels / Carbon Management / Economics / Engineering & Design / Environment / Europe / Greenhouse Gases
Evergreen Marine Corporation and Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to jointly explore production and usage of carbon-neutral e-fuels.
A lack of biofuels demand in Asia-Pacific is making it hard for companies to justify pumping billions of dollars into projects in the region despite growing decarbonization efforts worldwide.
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