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BP Invests $30M in Waste-to-Biofuel Producer Fulcrum BioEnergy

BP will invest $30 million in Fulcrum BioEnergy, which makes transportation biofuels from waste, and buy 500 million gallons of renewable jet fuel over 10 years in an effort to curb aviation emissions.

Why Corporate Fleet Owners Should Test Drive Renewable Natural Gas

Renewable natural gas has the potential to reduce the US heavy transport sector’s reliance on diesel and gasoline.

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EPA Proposes Renewable Fuel Standard Program Changes, Cracks Down on RFS Violators

The EPA this week proposed changes to the Renewable Fuel Standard that the agency says will support market growth of ethanol and other biofuels in the US. The proposal would allow biofuel producers to partially process renewable feedstocks at one facility and further process them into renewable fuels at another … Read more »

Bill Gates, Total Invest $14M in Bioproduct Technology

Microsoft founder Bill Gates and global energy giant Total are investing $14 million to help commercialize a technology that may produce cheaper bioplastics and biofuels. Renmatix’s Platrose technology converts waste biomass to cellulosic sugars, which then can be used as feedstock for chemicals and fuels. This process uses supercritical water … Read more »

JetBlue to Buy 330 Million Gallons of Renewable Jet Fuel Over 10 Years

As the global aviation industry prepares for carbon emissions limits, expected to be finalized by a UN body later this month, JetBlue has announced a 10-year purchase agreement to buy more than 330 million gallons of renewable jet fuel. JetBlue says this is one of the largest renewable jet fuel … Read more »

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EPA Didn’t Report Renewable Fuel Standard Impacts, Inspector General Says

As part of the US Renewable Fuel Standard program, the EPA is required to report to Congress every three years on the affect of the biofuels mandate. The agency hasn’t made a report since 2011, according to a report from the EPA’s Office of Inspector General. The Aug. 18 report, … Read more »

Navy Ship Runs on 100% Biodiesel

A US Navy ship has operated on a 100 percent drop-in renewable diesel fuel — a first, according to the biofuel makers Applied Research Associates and Chevron Lummus Global. Last week the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Port Hueneme Division’s Self Defense Test Ship completed final-phase testing of a 100 percent drop-in … Read more »

Biojet Fuels Key to Aviation Emission Cuts, Report Says

Biojet Fuels Key to Aviation Emission Cuts, Report Says

Biojet fuels will be key to achieving the aviation industry’s pledge to cut CO2 emissions to 0.2 billion tons (GT) in 2050 — half the 2005 figure — as opposed to the 2.1 GT projected by current growth rates, according to Lux Research. Biojet fuel innovations, led globally by Honeywell … Read more »

Is Big Oil’s Transportation Fuel Dominance Coming to an End?

Is Big Oil’s Transportation Fuel Dominance Coming to an End?

Big oil has dominated the transportation fuel market for decades. But according to Lux Research, its days are numbered. “Oil’s dominant position in transportation fuels has proved impregnable for more than a century, but real threats abound now,” said Brent Giles, Lux research director and lead author of the report, … Read more »

EPA’s 2017 Biofuels Proposal Draws Ire from Big Oil, Big Ag, Biofuels Industry

EPA’s 2017 Biofuels Proposal Draws Ire from Big Oil, Big Ag, Biofuels Industry

The EPA’s 2017 proposed Renewable Fuel Standard volume requirements, announced yesterday, would require refineries to blend 18.8 billion gallons of biofuels into the nation’s gasoline supply next year.

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Aemetis Biofuels Plant to Use LanzaTech Waste-to-Fuel, Edeniq Cellulosic Ethanol Technologies

Biofuels company Aemetis will use technologies from LanzaTech and Edeniq at its 60 million gallon per year ethanol production facility in Keyes, California. Aemetis said it acquired carbon recycling company LanzaTech’s waste-to-fuels technology to use at its Keyes facility, which will allow it to convert local California biomass wastes — including … Read more »