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Neste welcomes a new distributor to sell Neste MY Renewable Diesel in the Danish market

Neste is partnering with Biofuel Express to sell Neste MY Renewable Diesel in Denmark. Biofuel Express will distribute and sell Neste MY Renewable Diesel, while Neste will ensure sufficient volumes of the fuel.

Air bp SAF test complete and flight date set for November 2023

Virgin Atlantic and Rolls-Royce confirmed a successful sustainable aviation fuel blend ground test on the Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 engine, marking a key milestone in the project, with plans for the world's first 100% SAF flight from London Heathrow to New York JFK on a Boeing 787 scheduled for takeoff on 28 November 2023.

Indonesia's Pertamina launches sales of gasoline with 5% ethanol mix

Indonesian state-owned energy company Pertamina has launched sales of gasoline containing 5% of bioethanol made from sugar molasses in two cities, as the country aims to expand the availability of renewable fuels.

UK minister: petrol car ban immovable but some green policies to be relaxed

Britain is sticking to its plan to ban the sale of new petrol and diesel cars from 2030 but some measures to reduce the carbon footprint of residential homes will be relaxed, senior government minister Michael Gove said.

Engie, Air France and CMA-CGM partner on renewable industrial fuels

French energy provider Engie said it was partnering with Air France and CMA CGM on two projects to develop alternative industrial fuels, contributing to France's transition to green energy.

UN starts removing oil from decaying tanker near Yemen in Red Sea

The United Nations said it had started the removal of more than 1 million barrels of oil from a decaying supertanker off Yemen's Red Sea coast in a complex operation it hopes will ward off a regional disaster.

Greenpeace challenging UK's new North Sea oil and gas licenses

Britain's decision to authorize new licenses for oil and gas exploration in the North Sea came under scrutiny at London's High Court, as Greenpeace argued the government failed to assess emissions produced by burning extracted fuel.

Canada releases framework to phase out inefficient fossil fuel subsidies

Canada released a framework for eliminating inefficient fossil fuel subsidies, making it the first G20 country to deliver on a 2009 commitment to rationalize and phase out government support for the sector.

G20 bloc fails to reach agreement on cutting fossil fuels

The Group of 20 (G20) major economies meeting in India failed to reach consensus on phasing down fossil fuels following objections by some producer nations.

Chinese petchem firms betting big on energy transition products

Chinese oil refiners and petrochemical companies are investing tens of billions of dollars to produce high-end chemicals for solar panels and lithium-ion batteries to profit from growing demand for energy transition technologies.