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Renewable Energy: Decarbonise, Decentralise and Digitalise

Alan Brent (Victoria University of Wellington’s School of Engineering and Computer Science)  … Where we haven’t reached consensus is what to do with heavy transport and aviation, which our economy (like any other) highly depends on. For KiwiRail to switch from electric to diesel locomotives just doesn’t make sense—unless, of course, they

November 16, 2018 Read Full Article

Renewable Diesel Could Offer Kiwis Fuel Price Certainty

by Esther Taunton (Stuff)  Diesel prices could be fixed for up to 12 months in some parts of New Zealand if technology used to turn wood waste and grass into biofuels is adopted here. The technology needed to make biofuels from wood residues, grasses, and industrial waste is already being commercially manufactured in

November 7, 2018 Read Full Article

Kiwis Receive Free Biofuel when They Help ‘Save the World’ DEADLINE: October 12, 2018

(DB Breweries Limited/Scoop) Kiwis receive free biofuel when they help ‘save the entire world’ — New DB Export campaign kicks off with Gull partnership offering Kiwis free biofuel — As a fuel tax excise hits New Zealand today increasing fuel prices around the country by 3.5 cents + GST, Gull and DB Export

October 3, 2018 Read Full Article

Top 10 Biodiesel Trends 2018: What’s up with the World’s Favorite Advanced Biofuel?

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  … We’ve organized the state of biodiesel into 10 areas of vital interest ranging from the development of markets to the entry of ancillary products and new feedstocks. #1 Tax & Trade Free trade vs fair trade: Dumping and tax credit issues continue to mezmerize the

June 7, 2018 Read Full Article

Ethanol Summit of The Asia Pacific Showcases Global Ethanol Opportunities

(GrainNet)  Industry and government officials from 17 countries in Asia and Oceania are meeting with members of the U.S. ethanol industry and U.S. officials in Minneapolis this week at the Ethanol Summit of the Asia Pacific (Summit), focused on current and future prospects for expanded ethanol use throughout the region. The

May 22, 2018 Read Full Article

Air Canada, Red Rock and SkyNRG Move forward on biofuel Initiatives While Air New Zealand Takes Longer View

(GreenAir Online)  … Canada’s Biojet Supply Chain Initiative (CBSCI) is a three-year project between 14 stakeholder organisations, including Air Canada, which are working to enable a biojet supply chain in the country, with testing the feasibility of co-mingling biojet with an airport’s main fuel system an important component. Primary funding for the

April 27, 2018 Read Full Article

Chemicals, a Second Life for Carbon: The Digest’s 2018 Multi-Slide Guide to LanzaTech

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  LanzaTech has developed a fully sustainable integrative gas to fuels and chemicals platform that has no impact on food, water security or high biodiversity land use. LanzaTech’s gas fermentation platform disrupts the current highly centralized global energy system by enabling the regional production of low-cost energy

April 19, 2018 Read Full Article

Lumber’s Lure: Thanks to Physics, Viable Biofuel May Grow in the Woods

by Chris Lee (Ars Technica)  Future biofuel production requires new catalysts—or better training for stubborn enzymes.  … I thought New Zealand would offer some chemistry-minded contrast. The country makes a lot of money on timber exports, but this profit is generally not from primary forest. Rather, New Zealand moves a lot of fast growing exotic

April 6, 2018 Read Full Article

Air New Zealand Says It Will Be at Least 10 Years before Aviation Biofuels Commercial

by Meghan Sapp (Biofuels Digest)  In New Zealand, Air New Zealand says that despite talking with 30 companies following its call to source 20 million liters of aviation biofuels last year, no one is scalable at the moment to be able to supply the kinds of volumes the airline is looking

March 30, 2018 Read Full Article

New Zealand Could Dent Emissions by Switching to Biofuels

(Biofuels International)  A study from a government-owned research group is urging increased biofuel use to develop a renewable low-carbon transport sector. The report follows two years of research by Crown Research Institute Scion and looks at how New Zealand could grow and refine feedstocks into biofuels for heavy transport, shipping and air travel.

March 13, 2018 Read Full Article

NZ Could Forge a Green Transport Fuels Future

(Scion/Scoop)  Study proves New Zealand could forge a green transport fuels future  —  New Zealand could build a renewable low-carbon transport fuels industry – but only if the nation decides to act. A report by Crown Research Institute Scion outlines how the country could grow, process feedstock crops into green fuels particularly

February 27, 2018 Read Full Article

Biofuels Mandates Around the World 2018

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  In Florida, the Digest today releases its annual review of biofuels mandates and targets around the world, looking at the state of biofuels mandates in 65 countries. The bulk of mandates continue to come from the EU-27, where the Renewable Energy Directive (RED) once specified a

January 2, 2018 Read Full Article

Report from EUBCE 2017 in Stockholm, Sweden

by Maija Sihvonen* (Advanced Biofuels USA) Participants from over 70 countries gathered at Stockholm’s Älvsjömässan for the annual European Biomass Conference, EUBCE 2017 in June 12-15. In the field of advanced biofuels two years is a long time, so it was interesting to see how the topics and focus points

November 9, 2017 0 comment Read Full Article

New Regulations for Fuel Specifications

(National.org)  New regulations for New Zealand’s fuel specifications will support the growth of lower-emission fuels that are better for people, the environment and cars, Energy and Resources Minister Judith Collins announced today. The Regulations set out minimum standards for fuel performance, and change incrementally over time to keep up with

August 23, 2017 Read Full Article

Air New Zealand and Virgin Australia Attract International Interest in Developing Homegrown Jet Biofuels

(GreenAir Online)  A year after issuing a joint Request for Information (RFI) from parties interested in supporting the development and production of sustainable aviation fuel in the region, Air New Zealand and Virgin Australia say they have had strong interest both locally and from abroad. The airlines have now completed

April 7, 2017 Read Full Article

Virgin, Air NZ Working to Develop Biofuel

by Lilly Vitorovich (The Australian)  Virgin Australia and Air New Zealand are hopeful aviation biofuel can be produced locally, in a bid to cut carbon emissions and fuel costs. The airlines have spent the past year investigating the merits of commercially viable biofuel sources within Australasia, and reviewed the input

March 28, 2017 Read Full Article

Bugs Delay Z’s Biodiesel

by Grant Bradley (New Zealand Herald) Z Energy hopes to get its biodiesel plant producing commercial fuel within the next two months after months of delays. The company had hoped to start supplying partners from the plant at Wiri in the second half of last year. However, the $22 million operation – which

March 6, 2017 Read Full Article

Government Policy Action Is Key to the Large-Scale Deployment of Aviation Biofuels, Hears ICAO Seminar

(GreenAir Online)  Although sustainable alternative fuels are key to meeting the aviation sector’s long-term emissions goals, supportive government policies are required to bring these fuels to global deployment. This was a central theme of last week’s ICAO Seminar on Alternative Fuels in Montreal that brought together a range of stakeholders

February 24, 2017 Read Full Article

Second Chance Carbon: The Digest’s 2016 Multi-Slide Guide to LanzaTech

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  LanzaTech has developed a fully sustainable integrative gas to fuels and chemicals platform that has no impact on food, water security or high biodiversity land use. LanzaTech’s gas fermentation platform disrupts the current highly centralized global energy system by enabling the regional production of low-cost

December 13, 2016 Read Full Article
  Science Symposium: International Biofuels Developments   —   November 10, 2016   —   Rotorua, New Zealand

Science Symposium: International Biofuels Developments — November 10, 2016 — Rotorua, New Zealand

The Bioenergy Association and Advanced Biofuels Research Network have combined to host a symposium including international and local speakers providing an update on the latest research and market activities for liquid biofuels. A number of international researchers are in Rotorua for a week of IEA Bioenergy meetings.  This will provide

October 21, 2016 Read Full Article

Biofuel a Long-Term Bet: Luxon

by Grant Bradley (New Zealand Herald)  Air New Zealand chief executive Christopher Luxon says using biofuel in aircraft is a long-term bet as the industry struggles to find a sustainable alternative to traditional aviation fuel. Speaking at a sustainability event in Auckland, he said the airline had received about 30 expressions

October 6, 2016 Read Full Article

Come to Bioenergy Country: or, the Bioenergy Countries’ Report

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  In the EU, the International Energy Agency has released its Bioenergy Countries’ Report, outlining the national renewable energy targets, total primary energy supply and contribution of bioenergy.  We’ve presented the information relating to EU counties, below. The complete report can be downloaded here. This report was

October 6, 2016 Read Full Article

Car Care: Biodiesel a Viable, Green Choice

(AA Motoring/Driven)  Biodiesel offers motorists a choice  —  Like the cars we drive, fuels have evolved — to the point that it feels like we have more choice than before. As car manufacturers strive to reduce the impact of their vehicles on the environment, more electricity-powered, or part-powered, vehicles are

October 4, 2016 Read Full Article

New Zealand Culture Collection Moves to New Home

(Algae Industry Magazine)  In New Zealand is an internationally significant collection of microalgae cultures known as the Cawthron Institute Culture Collection of Microalgae (CICCM). The CICCM was recently moved into a new home in Cawthron Institute’s recently built Envirotech building in central Nelson. The laboratory includes cabinets that are purpose-built

August 11, 2016 Read Full Article

New Zealand’s First Commercial Biodiesel Plant Prepares to Open

by Ron Kotrba (Biodiesel Magazine)  Z Energy, a $26 million biodiesel processing facility in New Zealand, has begun the commissioning phase at its 5.3 MMgy plant in Wiri, Auckland. On Aug. 2, the company received its first feedstock delivery, and plant officials say commercial production of biodiesel from inedible tallow

August 4, 2016 Read Full Article

Advance Australia Air: Byogy Steps up in Australia in Drive for Low-Carbon Jet Fuels

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  From Australia comes the news that the country’s former Federal Resources and Energy Minister, Martin Ferguson, is now the chairman of the advisory board for Byogy Renewables, the California-based alcohol-to-jet fuel pioneer that has been working towards an Australia-based first commercial project. Now, many people

July 5, 2016 Read Full Article

Fonterra Launches the Switch to Z Biodiesel

(Fonterra)  Fonterra has taken another step forward in its commitment to environmental sustainability, today launching its switch to new Z biodiesel – as a foundation customer for the ZBioD fuel. Fonterra and Z were joined by Minister of Energy and Resources Hon. Simon Bridges, Whakatane Mayor Tony Bonne and other

July 1, 2016 Read Full Article

Why Airbus Wants Slime from Green Algae to Fuel Its Planes

by Ben Rosen (Christian Science Monitor)  Algae grows faster and produces higher energy yields than other plants, but is much more expensive to turn into fuel than traditional petroleum byproducts.   —  …   Airbus researchers are growing algae for biofuel in tanks near Munich, just one in a growing number

June 17, 2016 Read Full Article

Latest Diesel Quality Trends Revealed in Biennial Survey

(Infineum International Ltd./Biodiesel Magazine)  Infineum has revealed the initial results from its latest biennial global Winter Diesel Fuel Quality Survey, offering a unique update on the current trends in the industry across the global marketplace. The Infineum survey collected samples from service stations from across eight countries in order to

April 28, 2016 Read Full Article

Study Undermines EPA, Blames Rising Methane Levels on Farming, Not Fracking

by Valerie Richardson (The Washington Times)  A newly released international study finds that farming, not fracking, is the likely culprit behind rising global methane levels, undermining the Obama administration’s crackdown on methane from oil-and-gas production in the name of climate change. The research published Friday in the journal Science came

March 15, 2016 0 comment Read Full Article

Air NZ and Virgin Australia Launch Search for Aviation Biofuel Opportunities

(Scoop Independent News/Air New Zealand)  Air New Zealand and Virgin Australia today announced a partnership to investigate options for locally produced aviation biofuel.  The trans-Tasman alliance partners are issuing a Request for Information (RFI) to the market to explore the opportunity to procure locally-produced aviation biofuel. Air New Zealand Chief

March 14, 2016 Read Full Article

Leaf Resources Expands Equity Stake in ZeaChem, Signs JV to Develop Celluosic Sugars Project in US

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  In Australia, Leaf Resources and ZeaChem signed a joint venture agreement to establish a Glycell based project in the USA. The new agreenent advances the relationship between the two companies from an October 2014 Collaboration Agreement. That previous agreement covered ZeaChem’s evaluation of the Leaf

March 1, 2016 Read Full Article

TechStory: ZeaKal’s Series B Points the New Way of Accelerating Biotech Companies to Infinty and Beyond

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  …  It’s Toy Story all over again. You remember Woody’s struggle to avoid being tossed onto the shelf when Buzz Lightyear arrives.  So it is with biotechnology. It takes years, and zillions of dollars, to raise up a technology from its bench-scale lab roots. In

February 24, 2016 0 comment Read Full Article

Biofuels Mandates Around the World: 2016

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest) Who mandates what in biofuels? 64 countries have targets or mandates — but how much where, and when, and what? In Florida, the Digest today releases its annual review of biofuels mandates and targets around the world, looking at the state of biofuels mandates in 64

January 4, 2016 Read Full Article

U.S., Japan, Germany Among 18 Nations to Build Carbon Markets

by Mathew Carr (BloombergBusiness)  Markets will help drive emission reductions under Paris deal; Rules needed to ensure markets have environmental integrity —  Eighteen nations including the U.S., Japan and Germany will work together to develop international carbon markets to help speed the pace of emission reductions under the Paris climate

December 15, 2015 Read Full Article

Biofuel Way We Can All Aid Climate Goals, Says Z

by Jamie Gray, Sophie Ryan (New Zealand Herald)  Z Energy says committing to using biofuel is one way people can contribute to the global effort to reduce climate change outlined in the Paris Agreement. New Zealand has committed, along with 195 other countries, to reduce fossil fuel emissions to ensure

December 14, 2015 Read Full Article

New Zealand Biofuels Roadmap Takes Off

(Scion)  A Scion initiative to understand the true potential of a biofuels future for New Zealand has attracted serious players from industry, government and sector interest groups plus the research community. The project, called the New Zealand Biofuels Roadmap, sets out to define optimum pathways for large-scale production and use

December 10, 2015 Read Full Article

Recycling All that Waste Carbon: The Digest’s 2015 8-Slide Guide to LanzaTech

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  LanzaTech has developed a fully sustainable integrative gas to fuels and chemicals platform that has no impact on food, water security or high biodiversity land use. LanzaTech’s gas fermentation platform disrupts the current highly centralized global energy system by enabling the regional production of low-cost

December 2, 2015 Read Full Article

Global Markets and Technologies for Biofuel Enzymes

(PR Newswire/BCC Research)  This BCC Research report explores present and future strategies within the biofuel enzymes market, which includes amylase, cellulose, xylanase, lipase and other enzymes such as protease, lysomax, FermaSure, etc. Forecasts provided through 2020. Use this report to: Analyze the future direction of biofuel enzymes as important instruments

November 18, 2015 Read Full Article

Merging Refinery Tech with Biofuels: The Digest’s 2015 8-Slide Guide to Honeywell’s UOP

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  Honeywell’s UOP has developed a renewable jet fuel processing technology, a renewable diesel process, as well as a joint venture, Envergent Technologies, that will market technologies and equipment for generating power, transportation fuel and heating oil from biomass using pyrolysis. UOP also owns a Renewable

October 30, 2015 Read Full Article

Fuelling Mackay’s Job Market into the Future

by Emily Smith (Daily Mercury)  NOTHING creates jobs like the resource industry.  It’s a widely held view in the Mackay region but Carl Morton is throwing it up for debate.  The national operations manager for Wilmar’s bioethanol distillery said employment opportunities in biofuels one day may rival the resource industry,

September 4, 2015 Read Full Article

IEA Bioenergy Newsletter Features New Zealand Biofuel Prospects

by Katie Fletcher (Biomass Magazine)  IEA Bioenergy Task 39, a group of international experts working to commercialize sustainable transportation biofuels, recently released its latest newsletter, featuring an update on opportunities for biofuels in New Zealand. Newsletter Issue No. 40 distributed by Task 39 includes a feature article on New Zealand

September 4, 2015 Read Full Article

Top 10 Low Carbon Fuels Made from Greenhouse Gases All Around You

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  No fossil fuel, no biomass, low carbon, no kidding. —  …  The top 10 new technologies. Note: Some amazing technologies such as Industrial Microbes, Trelys, Kiverdi and Mango Materials fell outside the concept for this rankings — generally because of a focus on chemicals, nutraceuticals, proteins

September 2, 2015 Read Full Article

Some Of The Coolest Biofuel Stories Of The Year (So Far)

by Meagan Parrish (Manufacturing.net)  …It’s always a fun game to see what’s being used to make new fuels — so let’s play it, with a look at some of the coolest biofuel stories to hit the news this year. Bacterial spores power a “floating engine”: It’s been called one of the

August 21, 2015 Read Full Article

Beer-Based Fuel: It’s One for the Road

by Susan Strongman (New Zealand Herald)  In what is claimed to be a world first, from today Aucklanders can top up their cars with Brewtroleum. Kiwis can now use a beer byproduct to fill their cars, with a new biofuel being unveiled at an Auckland service station today.  The fuel, dubbed

July 6, 2015 Read Full Article

Researchers Examine Alternative Switchgrass Breeding Methods to Increase Biofuel Production

(AZO CleanTech)  Using switchgrass to produce biofuel is one way to decrease the United States’ dependence on oil, but growing it and making it profitable can be complicated. Switchgrass is an excellent candidate for biofuel production. It is an adaptable plant that can grow on millions of acres of U.S.

June 22, 2015 Read Full Article

Beer By-Product Turned into Biofuel

(Scoop Culture/DB Export)  Drink Beer And Save the World — Today (June 15, 2015), DB Export is announcing it is on a mission to harness the power of drinking beer to save the world. In a New Zealand first, DB Export is attempting to make the country’s first ever commercially viable

June 16, 2015 Read Full Article

China Steel Green-Lights Commercial-Scale LanzaTech Advanced Biofuels Project

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  In Taiwan, China Steel Corporation announced formal Board approval of a $46M capital investment in a LanzaTech commercial ethanol facility. This follows the successful demonstration of the revolutionary carbon recycling platform at the White Biotech Demonstration Plant in Kaohsiung using steel mill off gases for

April 28, 2015 Read Full Article

Engineered Softwood Could Transform Pulp, Paper and Biofuel Industries

by Krista Eastman (University of Wisconsin-Madison)  Scientists have demonstrated the potential for softwoods to process more easily into pulp and paper if engineered to incorporate a key feature of hardwoods. The finding, published in this week’s Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, could improve the economics of the pulp, paper

April 24, 2015 Read Full Article

Lake Weed May Turn into Biofuel

by Aaron Leaman (Waikato Times)  Invasive weeds choking the region’s waterways could be harvested and turned into valuable biofuel in an idea being floated by Waikato Regional Council.  The health of the river’s hydro-lakes has come under increasing scrutiny in recent months after the appearance of a red algal bloom

March 27, 2015 Read Full Article

Digital Soil: The Four Secrets of the New Agriculture

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  To make fuel, chemicals, fiber, food more productively than ever before — it starts in the field with the New Agriculture.  Here’s what’s happening as Silicon Valley converges with Silicon Farm. … Well, ultimately land productivity is the ultimate measure of agriculture, whether a venture

March 10, 2015 Read Full Article

Car Care: Is Ethanol Fuel Okay to Use?

by Jack Biddle    (The New Zealand Herald)  Blended fuel is fine in suitable cars.  … Ethanol blended biofuel was introduced by Gull in August 2007 amid controversy over its suitability for a high percentage of the New Zealand fleet. Concerns were the risks of some fuel systems and components not

February 8, 2015 Read Full Article

The Worldwide Push for Aviation Biofuels

by Keith Campbell  (Engineering News)  On October 19, 2004, the world’s first exclusively biofuel powered production aircraft received its certification, allowing it to be flown operationally. That aircraft was (and is) the Neiva (now Embraer) EMB-202A Ipanema crop duster. This is the most recent version of a design that first

January 16, 2015 Read Full Article

Z Plant Turns Meat Waste into Diesel

by Adrien Taylor (3News)  Z Energy has started construction on a south Auckland plant to convert meat waste into biofuel.   The plant will produce 20 million litres of the fuel every year, but Z says that’s just the beginning of a green transition, if consumers want it. In a

January 13, 2015 Read Full Article

Biofuels Mandates Around the World: 2015

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  Who mandates what in biofuels? 64 countries have targets or mandates — but how much where, and when, and what?  In Florida, the Digest today releases its annual review of biofuels mandates and targets around the world, looking at the state of biofuels mandates in

January 5, 2015 Read Full Article

10 Biggest Bioeconomy Blockbuster Stories of 2014: Asia and Oceania

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  The East is Green. Asia is confirmed as “the new Brazil” as project developers head en masse to the friendly receptions in Asian countries — based on energy diversification and rural development opportunities. Whether you look at financing, mandates or project announcements, there’s no question

December 29, 2014 Read Full Article

Chicago Based NZ Company LanzaTech Has Helped Develop a Process that Turns CO2 Emissions into Omega-3 Rich Fatty Acids.

(The New Zealand Herald)  A leading carbon recycling company has developed a way to turn CO2 emissions into essential omega-3 fatty acids – offering a sustainable alternative to feeding the world’s demand for fish oil. Now based in Chicago, New Zealand-founded company LanzaTech has been heralded for recycling the carbon-rich

November 10, 2014 Read Full Article

Two Forestry PGP Programmes Completed

(Ministry for Primary Industries, New Zealand)  Work by two recently completed Primary Growth Partnership (PGP) programmes will pave the way for future efforts towards a potential biofuels industry in New Zealand from forestry residues and reduced emissions from the fumigant methyl bromide. The Stump to Pump PGP programme, led by

October 15, 2014 Read Full Article

'Green Bank' Would Fund Private Eco-Energy Projects

by Hamish Rutherford (Stuff Business Day)  Increased royalties from oil and gas would be used to create a profit-oriented Green Investment Bank under Green Party proposals. Co-leader Russel Norman has unveiled plans for “an enduring, government-owned, for-profit bank” that would partner the private sector to fund projects from renewable energy

May 15, 2014 Read Full Article

$21 Million New Zealand Biodiesel Plant Plans Announced

(Biofuels International)  Z Energy has revealed plans to build a $21 million (€15 million) domestic biodiesel plant that will produce fuel from inedible tallow feedstock. … The Wellington-based company hopes to produce 20 million litres of sustainable biodiesel from tallow every year, using approximately 10% of the country’s inedible tallow

April 17, 2014 Read Full Article

The Fuel that Keeps on Growing and Growing

by Michael Daly (Fairfax NZ News/The Nelson Mail)   Researchers at Lincoln University trying to boost the biofuel industry have found ways to lift yields of crops that can be turned into fuels, while reducing inputs.  Their work has focused mostly on canola, which is turned into biodiesel, but the researchers

February 7, 2014 Read Full Article

Biofuels Mandates Around the World: 2014

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  In Florida, the Digest today releases its annual review of biofuels mandates and targets around the world, looking at the state of biofuels mandates in 62 countries. The bulk of mandates continue to come from the EU-27, where the Renewable Energy Directive (RED) specified a

January 2, 2014 Read Full Article

New Zealand Company to Open Kearney Plant, Office

(Sioux City Journal/Associated Press)  A New Zealand company plans to move its headquarters to Kearney and set up a production plant for its biomass resin product. The plant will use distillers grains to produce a functional filler for the plastics industry. Marge Lauer, of Kearney Area Ag Producers Alliance, says LignoTech

December 11, 2013 Read Full Article

Report: Carbon Taxes, Trading Bring Most Cost-Effective Pollution Cuts

by Ben Geman (The Hill E2Wire)  A new report finds that the most cost-effective climate change policies are the ones with the least political traction in the United States. Imposing an explicit cost on carbon pollution is the best way to put countries on a path toward steep emissions cuts,

October 15, 2013 Read Full Article

Cost of Biofuels No Longer Sky High

by Peter Hannam (The Age)  Whether it’s the use of organisms first found in the guts of rabbits in New Zealand or converting the mountains of rubbish disposed of by Londoners, airlines around the world are hunting for ways to power their planes without using fossil fuels. In Australia, the focus

May 23, 2013 Read Full Article

Camelina on the Move: Global Clean Energy Holdings Acquires Sustainable Oils

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest) In California, Global Clean Energy Holdings announced that it has acquired Sustainable Oils, a leader in Camelina genetics and production. The acquisition includes 100% ownership interest of Sustainable Oils and the ownership of the key intellectual property and operational assets. Camelina is the only non-food based

March 15, 2013 Read Full Article

Beta Renewables Sees 2015 as Boom Year for Cellulosic Biofuels

by Nina Chestney (Reuters)  * U.S. cellulosic biofuel goals not reached * Beta sees industry stepping up output by 2015 * New players could emerge from eastern Europe Biofuels made from wood waste and sugarcane have languished well below expectations for years but new production coming on line promises explosive

March 5, 2013 Read Full Article

Licella’s Fibre Fuels – Drop-In Biofuels, in Pictures

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  What is fibre fuel, how does it displace petroleum via supercritical technology, and what does the plant look like? … For those less familiar with New Zealand’s energy brands, Z Energy (“pronounced “Zed”) is the company that took over over the management and ownership of

February 25, 2013 Read Full Article

Solid Energy Sells Its Biofuel Arm to Management

by Michael Berry (The Press/Stuff.co.nz)  Solid Energy’s biofuel company has been sold to its management, two Christchurch men who are confident of making a profit with the business that stumped the state. Biodiesel New Zealand has been sold for an undisclosed sum to former fuel business manager Martin Johnson and

February 19, 2013 Read Full Article

Fracking Success Hits Biofuels Investment

by Jason Krupp (EIN News)  Petrol retailer Z Energy says world oil prices could plunge by almost half in the next five years, as United States oil and gas production booms because of “fracking”. Fracking is the hydraulic fracturing of underground formations of shale rock to release the gas trapped

February 15, 2013 Read Full Article

Z Energy Renews Quest for Biofuels

(Radio New Zealand News)  Service station chain Z Energy is expecting a new push to replace some of its fossil fuels with renewables will be a struggle. The company wants to revive a biofuel project in Auckland that earlier went bankrupt. The fuel retailer says it could produce 20 million

February 14, 2013 Read Full Article

Biofuels Mandates Around the World: 2012

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  Brazil, India, the US, China and the EU point the way towards a 60 billion gallon biofuels market by 2022 – but can the capacity be built, and can the mandates survive pressure from opponents? In Florida, the Digest today releases its annual review of

November 28, 2012 Read Full Article

The New Syngas: New Catalysts, Opportunities for Advanced Biofuels

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest) … In the biofuels revolution, the primary focus has been not on producing methanol (and, ultimately, gasoline) from syngas, but primarily on the production of ethanol. Three of the major names in the field- LanzaTech, INEOS Bio and Coskata – developed pathways for fermenting syngas

November 27, 2012 Read Full Article

NZ's Key Green Growth Areas Outlined

by Grant Bradley (The New Zealand Herald)  …A major report out today reviews New Zealand’s green growth opportunities and outlines how the Government and the private sector can best complement each other in helping New Zealand get ahead in the “green race”. …The potential green growth export opportunities for New

November 27, 2012 Read Full Article

Z Energy Says It May Switch to Ethanol-Blended Petrol

(Radio New Zealand)  Z Energy says it may switch to ethanol-blended petrol, but this could cost the Government up to $180 million in lost revenue if other major players follow suit. The New Zealand-owned fuel retailer says ethanol-blended petrol receives a tax exemption of 60 cents per litre. Chief executive

November 17, 2012 Read Full Article

The GM Tree Plantations Bred to Satisfy the World's Energy Needs

by John Vidal (The Guardian)  Israeli biotech firm says its modified eucalyptus trees can displace the fossil fuel industry It’s a timber company’s dream but a horrific industrial vision for others: massive plantations of densely planted GM eucalyptus trees stretching across Brazil, South Africa, Indonesia and China, engineered to grow 40% faster for

November 16, 2012 Read Full Article

Solar Power, Coconut Biofuel to Meet 150% of Pacific Nation’s Electricity Demand

by Mridul Chadha (Clean Technica)  Solar power plants and coconut biofuel-powered generators will be switched on in Tokelau next week as the three-atoll administered region of New Zealand gears up to become the ‘the world’s first truly renewable nation.’ The renewable energy system comprising of solar panels, storage batteries and generators running on

October 30, 2012 Read Full Article

Biofuels Mandates Around the World – Who Is Moving the Targets?

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest) … United States   Concerns over the price impacts of a devastating US drought have led to call for a waiver in the US Renewable Fuel Standard volumetric targets. Proposed waivers have ranged from small, symbolic down-shifting of the targets to a zeroing out of mandates for

October 25, 2012 Read Full Article

The Top 10 Advanced Biofuels and Biorefining Companies in Asia

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  …While the economic growth in China has been drawing virtually all the headlines in recent years, the “Tiger” economies of Southeast and South Asia have been fast-growing for a long time, and with resources including palm and cassava waste and sugarcane bagasse – not to

September 4, 2012 Read Full Article

Aviation Biofuels: Which Airlines Are Doing What, with Whom?

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  …(M)ore than 30 airlines now trialing, deploying biofuels – but who’s doing what, exactly? In Brazil, Azul Airlines announced that Amyris’s innovative renewable jet fuel sourced from Brazilian sugarcane has passed all required testing and will be used during a demonstration flight on an Azul Embraer 195 aircraft

June 5, 2012 Read Full Article

Pacific Nations under Threat from Rising Seas Vow to Abandon Diesel

(Radio New Zealand International)  Pacific nations which are most under threat from rising seas have vowed to abandon diesel and other dirty, expensive fuels and replace them with clean sources of energy. Using coconut biofuel and solar panels, Tokelau plans to become self-sufficient in energy this year. The leaders of

May 24, 2012 Read Full Article

Otago University Has Begun a Trial of a Large Asian Grass with the Aim of Using It as Biofuel to Power Its Heating Systems.

(Radio New Zealand)  The researchers are putting 7000 Miscanthus giganteus plants on sites near Port Chalmers and Oturehua in central Otago to test its growth patterns and frost-resistance. Lead botanist Janice Lord says the grass has great potential because it is dry, easy to handle, and grows three metres high yet does

April 25, 2012 Read Full Article

Corrections Signs on to Supply Biodiesel New Zealand

(Scoop/Solid Energy NZ)  The Department of Corrections has signed on to supply used cooking oil from all 18 of its prison kitchens across the country to Biodiesel New Zealand. The deal will see about 5,000 litres of used cooking oil a month avoid the landfill and instead be converted into

April 19, 2012 Read Full Article

LanzaTech Seeks Success Where Another Failed

by S. Heather Duncan (Macon Telegraph)  Although the company that purchased a defunct ethanol refinery in Soperton has some of the same financial backers as previous owners who lost the plant to foreclosure, leaders of LanzaTech Freedom Pines say their company will make the plant succeed where Range Fuels failed.

February 6, 2012 Read Full Article

Hundreds of Jobs Planned by New Owner of Range Fuels

by S. Heather Duncan (Macon.com)  The new owner of a shuttered ethanol plant in Soperton plans to eventually add hundreds of jobs there to produce ethanol and other chemicals, a company official said this week. That would boost Treutlen County employment even more than the plant’s former owner, Range Fuels,

February 2, 2012 Read Full Article

Eye-Catching Rape Crop Fuelling the Country’s Future

by John Lewis (ODT)  Large colourful crops of oil-seed rape may become a more common sight on Otago farms in the future as the biofuel revolution gathers momentum. A warm growing season has turned a 23ha crop of bright yellow rape on State Highway 1 near Palmerston, into a tourist

January 6, 2012 Read Full Article

LanzaTech to Convert Acquired Ethanol Plant for Biochemicals

(Bloomberg)  LanzaTech NZ Ltd., a closely held biofuels company backed by billionaire Vinod Khosla, will convert a U.S. cellulosic ethanol plant it bought from Range Fuels Inc. to produce chemicals from biomass. The $5.1 million deal completed on Jan. 3 provides LanzaTech with its first plant, Chief Executive Officer Jennifer Holmgren

January 6, 2012 Read Full Article

Licella, Air NZ, Virgin, Norske Skog Ink Pacts to Develop Aviation Fuels from Bio-Oil

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  In Australia, Licella had a big day, announcing the opening of its demonstration plant, a JV with Norsk Sko called Licella Fibre Fuels to commercialize the technology, and MOUs with Virgin Australia and Air New Zealand to develop aviation fuels from Licella’s bio-oil.  READ MORE

December 14, 2011 Read Full Article

A Tiny Pacific Island Is Now Powered By Coconuts

by Michael J. Coren (FastCoExist.com)  It’s not a joke. Coconuts—and not much else—are plentiful on the islands of Tokelau. So they’re making good with what they have, and converting the entire region to solar and coconut biofuels. The head of the New Zealand islands of Tokelau just announced a new

December 8, 2011 Read Full Article

Monster Mash, or the Case of the Micro-Spider’s Web

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  …Philippe Marlière, co-founder of Global Bioenergies and president of its Scientific Advisory Board, comments: “Carbon monoxide combines the attractive features of biochemical versatility and virtuous sourcing. Most importantly, carbon monoxide retains a large part of the energy stored in photosynthetic biomass when it is generated

November 28, 2011 Read Full Article

Solid Energy/Christchurch City Council Biodiesel Research a success

(Scoop/Christchurch City Council)  A wastewater treatment process that recycles biodiesel glycerol and produces ‘green’ renewable energy is now underway in Christchurch. The process, which is the result of three years’ of testing and research between the Christchurch City Council and Solid Energy, is currently being used at the Council’s Wastewater

October 25, 2011 Read Full Article

Conversion Pathways for Bioenergy: Upgrading of Intermediates: Hybrid Routes to Fuels and Chemicals

Laurel Harmon (LanzaTech Inc.) LanzaTech, Inc., was founded in January 2005 by CSO Dr. Sean Simpson in New Zealand. Funds were mainly from New Zealand government US$ 10M, Khosla Ventures US$ 12M in 2007 and Qiming Ventures US$ 18M. More than 60 patents are filed and 3 branches operate in

September 20, 2011 Read Full Article

Uttarakhand to Replicate Kiwi Biofuel Experiment

by Shishir Prashant (Business Standard)  Ruchi Soya, an oilseed company, with a Rs 13,000-crore turnover, wants to replicate the experiment done by New Zealand — of using biodiesel as an alternative green fuel from Jatropha plants, to successfully fly airplanes. For this purpose, the Indore-headquartered company has already acquired Uttaranchal Biodiesel

September 20, 2011 Read Full Article

How To Choose What To Plant For Biofuel

By: Sarah Zielinski  (Smithsonian Magazine)   If one of the goals of growing plants for biofuel is to be kinder to the environment than you are by extracting oil from the earth, you wouldn’t want to plant anything that could be harmful to the environment. But how could a plant harm the environment?

September 16, 2011 Read Full Article

New Zealand, Texas Companies Collaborate on Algae Process

by Luke Geiver (Biodiesel Magazine)  Aquaflow Bionomic Corp., a New Zealand-based algae technology developer, is taking a broad approach to algae-to-fuel development—one the company’s director Nick Gerritsen said may include nonalgae feedstocks. Aquaflow recently agreed to work with Texas-based CRI Catalyst Co. to further develop a process that can potentially

August 31, 2011 Read Full Article

Biofuel Firm’s US Deal Paves Way for Major Plant

by Bill Moore (Stuff.co.nz)  Nelson-based biofuel company Aquaflow Bionomic Corporation has announced a deal with a Texas-based renewable fuel company that paves the way for the building of a multimillion-dollar biofuels plant. Its agreement is with CRI Catalyst Company, a provider of catalyst and process technology to the global renewable

August 24, 2011 Read Full Article

Is New Zealand’s New Government Killing Biofuels?

by Joelle Brink (Biofuels Digest Asia)  Months are passing but New Zealand ’s new government still won’t say whether or not it will incentivise biofuels production and new plant construction. Latest in this shoot-your-own-economy-in-the foot saga is Ecodiesel’s multi-million dollar plant to turn waste tallow into biodiesel–now on hold while

August 9, 2011 Read Full Article

Gull Biofuels Launches E85 Amid Fading Support for New Zealand’s Biofuels Subsidy

by Joelle Brink (Biofuels Digest Asia)  In New Zealand, the government’s policy to promote biofuels is facing the axe on the same day that Gull New Zealand launches GullForcePro, its new E85 offering for Kiwi performance drivers.  READ MORE and MORE (TVNZ)

July 29, 2011 Read Full Article

Asia Scrambles to Hasten Biofuels Scale-Up

by Joelle Brink (Biofuels Digest Asia)  Suddenly it’s scale-up time in Asia and everyone is scrambling for biofuels. Only a few years ago no one believed this could happen. Indian Railways was the only national-scale producer and user of biofuels and was constantly struggling with supply problems. Now it’s their

June 27, 2011 Read Full Article

Study Shows How Australia and New Zealand Can Establish Their Own Sustainable Aviation Biofuels Industry

(GreenAirOnline)  A study to determine the feasibility of the Australian and New Zealand aviation sector using sustainable biofuels to meet industry carbon reduction targets concludes that a bio-derived jet fuel industry could decrease aviation emissions by 17 per cent and generate more than 12,000 jobs by 2030. Commissioned by a

June 10, 2011 Read Full Article

More Advances in Producing Inexpensive Hydrogen

by Glenn Meyers (CleanTechnica)  There is now more good news on producing hydrogen, the clean-burning fuel that leaves behind water as an emission. An international scientific team has announced creating hydrogen using ambient temperatures and pressure through a combination of sunlight and ethanol. The news has been reported in Nature Chemistry.

May 31, 2011 Read Full Article

New Sustainable 'Bio-Derived' Jet Fuel Industry Is Achievable

(CSIRO)   Establishing an economically and environmentally beneficial, ‘bio-derived’ Australian and New Zealand aviation fuels industry is a viable proposition, according to a report compiled by CSIRO in collaboration with the region’s major aviation industry players. The report, Flight Path to Sustainable Aviation, predicts that over the next 20 years a

May 27, 2011 Read Full Article

Biodiesel New Zealand Establishes Nelson Distribution Hub

(Scoop)  Biodiesel New Zealand is establishing a bulk distribution facility in Nelson to supply upper South Island customers with both its Biogold™ NZ20 renewable fuel blend and Biogold™ NZ100 pure biodiesel. General Manager Andrew Simcock says demand from customers in the region is growing strongly and the new fuel storage

May 24, 2011 Read Full Article

DGs Could End up in Plastics if Biocomposite Facility Is Built

by Holly Jessen (Ethanol Producer Magazine)  Distillers grains as a component in plastics? You bet, if two Nebraska companies achieve their goals. It will start by building a manufacturing facility, Laurel BioComposite LLC, in Laurel, Neb. Major investors include Kearney Area Ag Producers Alliance (KAAPA) members acting through the newly

May 19, 2011 Read Full Article

Biofuel Drive Will 'Fundamentally Change' Dairying

(Radio New Zealand) /…Stuart Locke, who heads Waikato University’s Institute of Business Studies, says the need to free up land to produce ethanol will put pressure on farmers to house cattle and feed out supplements, rather than graze cows on open pasture. …Mr Locke says housing cows in barns will

May 3, 2011 Read Full Article

A Peculiar Sign of Success

by Joelle Brink (Biofuels Digest Asia)  It was quite a shock to return from the exciting and very sustainability-oriented Advanced Biofuels Leadership Conference in Washington, DC to headlines like “Are our biofuel mandates fueling Islamic extremism in Egypt?” Well, no actually. Had the writer watched closely he might have noted

April 29, 2011 Read Full Article

Biofuel Subsidy Scheme in Doubt

(TVNZ)  …ONE News has discovered the programme to subsidise the fledgling biofuels industry isn’t delivering, even though at least one oil company is trying to make it work. The news comes on the day Gull launched a new high octane biofuel with 85% bioethanol content. …Gull’s New Zealand manager, Dave

April 18, 2011 Read Full Article

New Bio-Fuel Launched in Hamilton

by Simon Shepherd  (3News)  The first of a new bio-friendly fuel has gone on sale in New Zealand. The new fuel, called E85, was launched in Hamilton this morning. The fuel is made up of 85 percent ethanol and 15 percent petrol, and has previously been used by V8 Supercars.

April 15, 2011 0 comment Read Full Article

Supply of Commercial-Grade Biodiesel to Start

by Helen Murdoch (Nelson Mail)  …Biodiesel New Zealand general manager Andrew Simcock yesterday told 60 people at a Nelson seminar on the fuel that it was examining a proposal to deliver commercial-grade biodiesel into the region. …Yesterday Mr Simcock said the company was collecting about 2 million litres of used

April 15, 2011 Read Full Article

LanzaTech, LCY Partner for Chems, Biofuels Plant Construction

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  In New Zealand, LanzaTech is partnering with China’s LCY Chemical Corporation to identify key bio-based chemicals to produce for global fuels and chemicals markets. Mr Lee says LCY plans to investigate alternative bio-C2 to C5 feedstock as raw materials, replacing petroleum oil for LCY’s current

April 7, 2011 Read Full Article

Neste Oil Celebrates the Grand Opening of Its ISCC-Certified Renewable Diesel Plant in Singapore

(Neste Oil)   Neste Oil with Singapore’s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Defence Mr. Teo Chee Hean, Finnish Minister for Ownership Steering Mr. Jyri Häkämies, and some 200 guests celebrate the grand opening of its renewable diesel plant in Singapore on March 8th, 2011. The start-up of the Singapore

March 11, 2011 Read Full Article

USDA Approves Corn Amylase Trait for Enogen(TM)

(Syngenta) First corn output trait for ethanol industry Enables ethanol industry to improve efficiency and profitability Significant environmental benefits Syngenta announced February 11, 2011,  it has received full deregulation for its corn amylase trait from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). This is the first genetically modified output trait in

February 21, 2011 Read Full Article

Biofuel Sales Reach New Record Levels

(Scoop)  Independent fuel retailer Gull New Zealand has today reported record bio fuel sales volumes. Over the past three years, Gull has expanded its biofuel range and its distribution and now sells bio fuels at 39 locations throughout the North Island, says Dave Bodger, General Manager Gull New Zealand. “Biofuel

February 8, 2011 Read Full Article

Biofuel Truck Quietly Proves Nothing Need Go to Waste

by Isaac Davison  (NZHerald.co.NZ)    …The truck, launched in Rodney yesterday by Auckland Mayor Len Brown, is the result of the first successful New Zealand project to turn landfill gas into a transport fuel. Its creators say the truck’s performance is exactly the same as its diesel-powered equivalent, but it

January 19, 2011 Read Full Article

Fill Her up with Super Pine

by Rose Stirling (Dargaville News)   Pine plantations in the Kaipara can be converted into biofuels as part of a nationwide proposal which will save the economy billions of dollars each year. Scion, formerly the New Zealand Forest Research Institute, have suggested to government officials that more than 1 million hectares of

January 5, 2011 Read Full Article

LanzaTech Gets DOE OK on Alcohol-to-Jet Fuel R&D

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  In New Zealand, LanzaTech announced that its cooperative research and development agreement (CRADA) with PNNL has been given final approval by the DOE.  The first phase of the CRADA work will focus on converting some of LanzaTech’s products to drop in jet fuel. Lanzatech’s clean energy

November 22, 2010 Read Full Article

The Culturing Revolution: LanzaTech Extends to Chemicals as Year of SynthBio Gains Pace

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  LanzaTech announced that it has produced 2,3-Butanediol (2,3-BD), a key building block used to make polymers, plastics and hydrocarbon fuels, using the company’s waste steel gas fermentation technology. LanzaTech is a story about a company transforming biofuels with “non-biomass” technology and an integrated strategy. As

August 24, 2010 Read Full Article

Marlborough (New Zealand) Businesses Commit to Biodiesel

(Business Day)  Fourteen Marlborough companies have joined forces to buy 2.5 million litres of biodiesel. Marlborough Biodiesel User Group’s co-ordinator, Kevin Parker of Blenheim, said that by October, the wine, aquaculture and transport industry operators who had signed up should be filling vehicles with biodiesel. Modern harvesters, tractors, fishing vehicles and

August 10, 2010 Read Full Article

Some Biofuels Are Better than Others: Thinking Strategically about Biofuels

(New Zealand Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment)  The purpose of this report is to take a fresh look at biofuels – to think strategically about how they might lessen our dependence on fossil fuels and thus reduce our greenhouse gas emissions. This fresh look has led me to the following four

July 30, 2010 Read Full Article

Subsidy Extended to 100 Per Cent Biodiesel

by  Grant Bradley  (New Zealand Herald)  The Government is boosting support for the growing number of biofuel makers by extending its subsidy scheme to 100 per cent pure biodiesel. Under the present criteria, to qualify for a 42.5c-a-litre subsidy only up to 20 per cent of fuel sold can be biodiesel.

July 5, 2010 Read Full Article

Sustainable Aviation Fuels Road Map Commences

(CSIRO)   CSIRO (Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation) together with Australasia’s major aviation players is leading a study to help plan a sustainable future for aviation fuels and reduce the sector’s greenhouse gas emissions.  The Sustainable Aviation Fuels Road Map will articulate the pathways and challenges to accelerate the development and

June 1, 2010 Read Full Article

Biofuel Pilot Scheme Faces Winding Road

by Nina Fowler (National Business Review)   Queenstown tourism operators are scrambling to establish a viable local biofuel industry before government assistance expires. The Queenstown Lakes Biodiesel Consortium’s pilot scheme has been the beneficiary of a two-year government manufacturing subsidy of 42.5c a litre, which has kept pump prices down to just

April 26, 2010 Read Full Article

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