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Raizen, Wartsila to research use of ethanol in maritime transportation

Raizen, the world's largest producer of sugarcane ethanol, and Wartsila, a leader in maritime transportation propulsion, will cooperate in a research program to test ethanol as a fuel option for vessels.

Inditex to use Maersk’s low-carbon fuels for maritime logistics

The world's biggest fashion retailer, Spain's Inditex, has agreed with the freight group Maersk to incorporate alternative fuels on all its inbound routes with the carrier as a way to reduce its global greenhouse gas footprint.

Scientists monitor emissions from aircraft engines running on sustainable fuels

The National Centre for Atmospheric Science has completed tests to quantify the emissions from the combustion of sustainable aviation fuels.

Embraer’s Phenom 300E and Praetor 600 aircraft complete 100% SAF flight tests

Embraer announced it has successfully tested the Phenom 300E and Praetor 600 on 100% neat SAF.

Maersk and Hyundai Heavy Industries launch first of 12 methanol powered container ships

The first in a new series of 12 methanol-enabled container ships achieved its launching and undocking milestone.

Damen wins class and flag states approval in principle for future methanol-fueled workboats

Starting in the summer of 2022 and working closely from the outset with classification society Bureau Veritas, Damen has developed and gained approval in principle for designs of methanol-powered compact vessels.

The Methanol Institute welcomes Royal Caribbean Group

The Methanol Institute is pleased to welcome Royal Caribbean Group as our newest member with their recent announcement that the 5th ship ordered in their Celebrity Cruises’ Edge-series will be powered by Wärtsilä 46 methanol-capable engines.

GE Aerospace fuels expert: SAF is here to stay

Review various roadmaps for the aviation industry to reach a target of net zero CO2 emissions by 2050, and you’ll find one thing in common: SAF is a linchpin for getting there.

Boeing, NASA, United Airlines to test SAF benefits with air-to-air flights

In a collaboration to strengthen sustainability in aviation, Boeing is partnering with NASA and United Airlines for in-flight testing to measure how SAF affects contrails and non-carbon emissions, in addition to reducing the fuel's life cycle climate impact.

European airlines say sustainable fuel targets may mean higher fares, consolidation

European airline chiefs said the industry needs to make more money and may consolidate further to pay for sustainability targets, a trend likely to lead to higher fares for passengers on top of rising demand for air travel.