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U.S. Department of Energy invests $200 MM in Technip Energies and LanzaTech for decarbonized ethylene facility

Technip Energies and LanzaTech are negotiating $200 MM in funding to develop technology for sustainable ethylene production, cutting emissions and creating jobs.

Safety study demonstrates the need for new safety rules for methanol-fueled vessels

A new fire safety study by global Survival Technology solutions provider Survitec has revealed that existing firefighting methods used to extinguish machinery space spray and pool fires on conventionally fueled vessels are inadequate when dealing with methanol-based fires.

SAF costs must be lower, ExxonMobil VP says

Costs are the main obstacle to increasing the use of SAF said ExxonMobil Senior Vice President Jack Williams.

U.S. eases tailpipe rules, slows EV transition through 2030

The Biden administration slashed its target for U.S. electric vehicle adoption from 67% by 2032 to as little as 35% after industry and autoworker backlash in the political battleground state of Michigan.

Brazil's Raizen scouting locations for SAF plant

Brazil's largest sugar-cane ethanol producer, Raizen, has explored locations in Brazil for an ethanol-based SAF plant, aiming to build the world's second ethanol-to-jet fuel plant.

Air New Zealand seeks innovators in global search for SAF

Air New Zealand has launched a global open invitation to innovators and start-ups in the SAF sector to become a supply partner to the airline. 

Infinium’s Project Pathfinder is world’s first fully operational eFuels facility

Electrofuels leader Infinium is now successfully operating the world’s first commercial scale facility making drop-in ready eFuels in Corpus Christi, Texas (U.S).

Rem Offshore orders next generation vessel powered by dual-fuel methanol engines

Rem Offshore and Myklebust Verft have signed a contract for the construction of an Energy Subsea Construction Vessel with a 250 ton crane and will be equipped with dual-fuel methanol engines in combination with battery packs.

Russia considers altering maintenance schedule at oil refineries

Russian Energy Minister Nikolai Shulginov said that the government and companies are in discussions about changes to the schedule of maintenance at oil refineries to tackle damaged downstream capacity.

New Energy Blue forms New Energy Chemicals to sustainably produce bio-sourced ethylene for carbon-zero jet fuel and Dow’s renewable plastics

New Energy Blue, the clean-energy developer of lowest-carbon biofuel and biochemicals from crop residues, advances its Decarbonizing America agenda by forming New Energy Chemicals.