Ryanair to power all of their flights from Amsterdam with a 40% blend of Neste MY SAF

Neste and Ryanair have expanded their collaboration to enable Ryanair to power its full schedule of flights from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol with a 40% blend of Neste MY Sustainable Aviation Fuel.

Maire Tecnimont completes the acquisition of the majority stake of Conser, expanding its technology portfolio in bio-degradable plastics

Maire Tecnimont S.p.A. announces that, through its subsidiary NextChem Holding S.p.A., it has finalized the acquisition of an 83.5% stake of Conser, a technology licensor and process engineering design company based in Rome, Italy.

BASF gains ISCC PLUS certification to expand its VALERAS offerings for plastic additives

BASF announced that it has received the International Sustainability and Carbon Certification PLUS for certain grades of plastic additives produced at its manufacturing sites in Switzerland and United States.

Axens has acquired stakes in the BioTJet project for the production of SAF in France

Axens has acquired stakes in the BioTJet project, the aim of which is to build and operate the largest European SAF production unit relying on the BioTfueL technology

Technip Energies wins contract from LanzaTech UK Ltd. for a SAF facility in the UK

Technip Energies announces the award of a contract for the FEED phase of LanzaTech’s DRAGON SAF Project based on LanzaJet Alcohol to Jet Technology.

Britain's Harbour Energy, bp to develop Viking CCS project

Harbour Energy, Britain's largest oil and gas producer, said on Tuesday it has entered into an agreement with bp to develop the Viking CCS transportation and storage project.

Evonik sells Lülsdorf site to ICIG

Evonik is selling its site in Lülsdorf, Germany and the associated cyanuric chloride business in Wesseling, Germany to International Chemical Investors Group.

Russia boosts diesel exports to Latin America since EU embargo

Russia has increased its diesel exports to Brazil and other parts of Latin America following an embargo on shipments to Europe.

EU draws criticism as it proposes green label for some aviation investments

The European Commission has proposed labelling certain investments in aviation as green, after a months-long row over whether to add the sector to the EU's list of sustainable investments.

Western curbs on Russian oil products redraw global shipping map

Global fuel suppliers are turning to longer and costlier routes that produce more carbon emissions to move their diesel and other products as Western restrictions on Russian cargoes have reshuffled global energy shipping patterns.