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Cathay Pacific Sees a Biofueled Future: Q&A with Philippe Lacamp

Cathay Pacific Sees a Biofueled Future: Q&A with Philippe Lacamp

Philippe Lacamp, senior vice president of Cathay Pacific Airways for the Americas, discusses the biggest challenges around biofuel adoption in the airline industry.

FedEx Finds Unexpected Benefits from New Fuel Technologies: Q&A with Mitch Jackson

FedEx Finds Unexpected Benefits from New Fuel Technologies: Q&A with Mitch Jackson

Each business day, FedEx serves over 220 countries and territories with more than 600 aircraft as well as more than 190,000 on-road and off-road vehicles, which includes around 132,000 company-owned vehicles. The shipping company, which has $60 billion-plus in revenue, operates on an immense scale. Over the past decade, FedEx … Read more »

Singapore Air’s 1st ‘Green’ Flight Takes Off; Supplier to Develop Biofuel Supply Chain

Singapore Air’s 1st ‘Green’ Flight Takes Off; Supplier to Develop Biofuel Supply Chain

In a bid to adopt more efficient and sustainable processes, Singapore Airlines (SIA) has begun operating what it calls “green package” flights on its non-stop San Francisco-Singapore route, powered by sustainable biofuels produced from used cooking oils and conventional jet fuel. The flights – the first of which took off … Read more »

Clean Fleets: Ford Electrifies Work Trucks, Carbon Fiber Subframe Improves Fuel Efficiency

Clean Fleets: Ford Electrifies Work Trucks, Carbon Fiber Subframe Improves Fuel Efficiency

Several new innovations, including a lightweight carbon fiber composite subframe, electrified work trucks and biofuel made from wastewater can help corporate fleets reduce emissions and meet fuel economy regulations.

How to Reduce Aviation Emissions, On the Ground and In the Sky

How to Reduce Aviation Emissions, On the Ground and In the Sky

Advances in biofuel infrastructure and ground-based operations can help the aviation industry comply with strict emissions limits and save money on fuel, according to two new studies.

GAO Says Renewable Fuel Standard ‘Broken,’ American Petroleum Institute and Advanced Biofuels Association Say Don’t Change Point of Obligation

The Renewable Fuel Standard is unlikely to meet its goals of reducing greenhouse gas emissions or expanding the nation’s renewable fuels sector, according to two Government Accountability Office reports.

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