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UW–Madison Research Key to Decarbonization Plan

by Chris Hubbuch (Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center) Researchers at the University of Wisconsin–Madison are working to develop plant-based fuels that are a key piece of the nation’s blueprint for decarbonizing transportation. … That will require sustainable alternatives to gasoline, diesel and other liquid fuels, said Tim Donohue, director of

February 7, 2023 Read Full Article

Greasezilla on Pace to Double Industry Presence in 2023

(Greasezilla)  Propelled by increasing sales and favorable market conditions, Downey Ridge Environmental Company is already on track for a record 2023 with new installations, joint ventures and a booming biofuels industry.  — Downey Ridge Environmental Company, developer of Greasezilla fats, oils and grease (FOG) separation and processing systems, forecasts another year

February 7, 2023 Read Full Article

The Digest’s 2023 Multi-Slide Guide to the State of Hydrogen, rDME and eFuels

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest) It’s been 11 years since we had the very first presenter on the ABLC stage to highlight these technologies, first up was electrofuels. We’ve been covering hydrogen since 2010, solar fuels since the same year, renewable DME since the days of Chemrec in 2011. In

February 7, 2023 Read Full Article

The Bioeconomy 500 for 2023 – Outstanding Leaders of the Bioeconomy’s Development and Deployment

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  In Florida, The Daily Digest announced the Bioeconomy 500 for 2023, which recognizes individuals for their leadership contributions to the bioeconomy’s development and project deployment. The 500  honors scientists, engineers, policy makers, financiers, project developers, feedstock pioneers, offtakers, advocates and supply-chain and distribution partners. All

February 7, 2023 Read Full Article

Report: Philippines Considers Voluntary Move to E15, E20 Blends

by Erin Voegele (Ethanol Producer Magazine)  The government of the Philippines is currently studying the possibility of allowing the use of gasoline blends containing up to 20 percent ethanol, according to a report filed with the USDA Foreign Agricultural Service’s Global Agricultural Information Network. The country currently has a E10 mandate in place.

February 7, 2023 Read Full Article

PM Modi Rolls out 20% Ethanol-Blended Petrol in 11 States/UTs

(The Hindu/PTI) It has been launched ahead of the planned rollout in April, at the India Energy Week in Bengaluru. — Petrol blended with 20 per cent ethanol was rolled out on Monday, February 6, 2023, at select petrol pumps in 11 states and union territories as part of a programme

February 7, 2023 Read Full Article

The Future of Flight in a Net-Zero-Carbon World: 9 Scenarios, Lots of Sustainable Biofuel

by Candelaria Bergero and Steve Davis (The Conversation) … In a new study, we examined different options for aviation to reach net-zero emissions and assessed how air travel could continue without contributing to climate change. The bottom line: Each pathway has important trade-offs and hurdles. Replacing fossil jet fuel with sustainable aviation

February 7, 2023 Read Full Article

How a Plan to Boost Ethanol Would Reverberate Across the US

by Jennifer A. Dlouhy (Bloomberg/Washington Post)  … There is no ethanol in raw gasoline, known as blendstock; oxygen additives are incorporated later, right before retail sale. To ensure E10 sold in those Midwest states has a lower volatility and can meet the summertime limits, the blendstock itself would have to

February 7, 2023 Read Full Article

Joint Statement of the EU Industry: CO₂ Regulation for Heavy-Duty Vehicles Should Recognise Decarbonisation Potential of Sustainable and Renewable Fuels

(EU Industry Representatives) As European industry, including fuel and automotive suppliers, vehicle manufacturers, dealers, repairers and transport operators we eagerly anticipate the European Commission proposal on the revision of the CO₂ Regulation for Heavy-Duty Vehicles (HDVs). Heavy-Duty transport is a vital sector for the functioning of the internal market and

February 7, 2023 Read Full Article

American Coalition for Ethanol Makes It Easy to Submit Public Comments to EPA Regarding the Renewable Fuels Standard

(American Coalition for Ethanol) Join the 60+ advocates providing their feedback to EPA on its RFS proposal via ACE’s Action Center. The comment period closes this Friday, Feb. 10.  The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is taking comments on proposed Renewable Volume Obligations (RVOs) for 2023, 2024, and 2025 Renewable Fuel Standard

February 7, 2023 Read Full Article

Senators Putnam and Kupec Visit Heartland Corn Products

(Minnesota Bio-Fuels Association)  Minnesota State Senators Aric Putnam (District 14) and Rob Kupec (District 4) visited Heartland Corn Products in Winthrop on Feb 3 to learn more about Minnesota’s ethanol industry.  “MN Bio-Fuels sincerely appreciated the opportunity to host Senators Aric Putnam and Rob Kupec at Heartland Corn Products and show

February 6, 2023 Read Full Article

DOE Publishes New Strategy for Plastics Innovation

by Lynn L. Bergeson and Carla N. Hutton (Bergeson & Campbell)  The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) recently published its new Strategy for Plastics Innovation (SPI), which will guide DOE’s collaborative research and development (R&D) on plastic waste reduction. Four strategic goals focus the scope of the SPI: Deconstruction: Create new chemical, thermal,

February 6, 2023 Read Full Article

ePURE: Data Shows EU Must Promote Update of Biofuels

(ePURE/Ethanol Producer Magazine)  The EU is still overly reliant on fossil fuels for transport and Member States are lagging behind in efforts to promote renewable energy sources such as sustainable biofuels, according to new EU data. The new figures confirm the importance of preserving a role in Fit for 55 policies

February 6, 2023 Read Full Article

US, Brazil to Join India’s Global Push to Boost Biofuels Demand

byRakesh Sharma (Bloomberg) Alliance will encourage use of organic waste to produce fuel; Details to be outlined during major energy forum in Bengaluru — The US and Brazil, two of the world’s largest biofuels markets, are joining an India-led initiative that will aim to boost demand for the lower-emissions energy source.

February 6, 2023 Read Full Article

Japan Working with Singapore, U.S. to Procure More Jet Biofuel

by Shinya Matsumoto (Asash Shimbun) Japan is in negotiations with Singapore and the United States to outline a framework for jointly procuring sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). The government is hoping to bring the agreement into reality in two to three years as the global race for the biofuel is intensifying, thanks

February 3, 2023 Read Full Article

REenergize the Gulf Coast Debuts: Online Community and Event Series to Support the Transformation of the US Gulf Coast Economy through Decarbonization Technology and Projects.

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest) … A seismic shift in the economy of this size needs a community to foster project development, spur R&D and tech transfer, highlight advances in policy, bring capital and tech together, highlight growth in manufacturing and job-creation, and bring all the stakeholders to one place, at

February 3, 2023 Read Full Article

New Congress, New Opportunities

by Troy Bredenkamp (Renewable Fuels Association) …  As the calendar turned to 2023, the 118th Congress began with some significant changes in the legislative landscape. Republicans now have control of the House of Representatives for the first time since 2019. With a split in Congress and changes in leadership, dynamics will

February 3, 2023 Read Full Article

Crop-Based Biofuels Still Play a Role in Clean and Affordable Energy

by Dawson Schmitt (The Heartland Report)  … Ukraine, a major producer of corn and wheat, could not ship grain from its ports in the Black Sea, a major transportation outlet for food exports. Since agriculture is global, U.S. prices reacted, increasing inflationary pressures on food prices. Historically high prices of grain

February 3, 2023 Read Full Article

USDA Expects No Actions under Feedstocks Flexibility Program

by Erin Voegele (Ethanol Producer Magazine) … The FFP was reauthorized in the 2018 Farm Bill as an option to avoid sugar forfeitures. The program encourages the domestic production of certain biofuels, including ethanol, butanol and other marketable biofuels, from surplus sugar. The USDA sold surplus sugar to bioenergy producers

February 3, 2023 Read Full Article

Minnesota Governor Aims to Increase Bioincentive Program Funding

by Erin Voegele (Ethanol Producer Magazine) Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz on Jan. 24 delivered his proposed budget to the state legislature. One provision of the budget proposes to significantly increase funding for the state’s Bioincentive Program. Minnesota’s Bioincentive Program aims to spur private investment in the production of advanced fuels, renewable

February 3, 2023 Read Full Article

New EU Data Confirm Europe Needs to Speed up Progress on Renewables by Promoting Uptake of Biofuels

(ePURE) Sustainable crop-based biofuels remain the main source of renewable energy in transport, but are still needlessly restricted in how much they can help meet climate goals  —  The EU is still overly reliant on fossil fuels for transport and Member States are lagging behind in efforts to promote renewable energy

February 2, 2023 Read Full Article

Cardinal Ethanol and Vault 44.01 Form Joint Venture to Implement a Carbon Capture and Sequestration Project in Indiana

(Cardinal Ethanol/Business Wire) -Cardinal Ethanol, LLC (Cardinal) and Vault 44.01 Ltd. (Vault) announced today that, through their affiliate companies, they have formed a joint venture to design, implement, and operate a carbon dioxide (CO2) capture and sequestration (CCS) project at Cardinal’s ethanol production facility near Union City, Indiana. The joint venture

February 2, 2023 Read Full Article

My Hometown, Onitsha, “The Dirtiest Place in the World”

Achukwu Onyinye Jane of Anambra State, Nigeria writes about efforts to solve problems with disposal or management of human waste by collecting it to convert to renewable fuel via anaerobic digestion. The group seeks training and equipment required to achieve these goals. by Achukwu Onyinye Jane (Advanced Biofuels Nigeria/Advanced Biofuels

February 2, 2023 Read Full Article

Travel Places Launches Sustainable Aviation Fuel Fund in Partnership with British Airways to Help Clients Address the Carbon Emissions Associated with Their Business Travel

(British Airways) Group business travel specialists, Travel Places, is launching a new sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) fund, providing a unique opportunity for its clients to address the carbon footprint from their business travel. Travel Places works with sporting governing bodies, world-class athletes, international musicians, and production companies from the sports, media

February 2, 2023 Read Full Article

Asiana to Introduce Sustainable Aviation Fuel in Partnership with Shell

by Seo-Woo Jang  (The Korea Economic Daily) SAF will be supplied through Shell network for 5 years from 2026 — Asiana Airlines Inc. has joined hands with multinational energy company Shell plc to introduce sustainable aviation fuel (SAF), an eco-friendly fuel, to its fleet of airplanes. Asiana said on Monday that it

February 2, 2023 Read Full Article

Summit Carbon Solutions and Iowa Landowners Partner to Sign Easement Agreements for Two Thirds of Project Route

(Summit Carbon Solutions)  The momentum behind Summit Carbon Solutions’ carbon capture, transportation, and storage project continues to grow as Iowa landowners have voluntarily signed easement agreements accounting for two-thirds of the company’s proposed project route in the state. In total, 1,050 landowners across 29 Iowa counties have now signed 1,840 easement

February 2, 2023 Read Full Article

Brazil Reinstates Ethanol Import Tariff Making US Product even Less Viable

by Phillip Herring (S&P Global)  Import arbitrage from US closed by around Real 830/cu m ($163/cu m); Competitive relief for NNE mills  — Brazil’s Foreign Trade Chamber (Camex) has reinstated the original 18% import tariff for ethanol by means of letting the current 0% import tariff expire as of Feb. 1. The

February 2, 2023 Read Full Article

Domestic Renewable Diesel Capacity Could More than Double through 2025

by Jimmy Troderman and Estella Shi (U.S. Energy Information Administration) U.S. production capacity for renewable diesel could more than double from current levels by the end of 2025, based on several announcements for projects that are either under construction or could start development soon. Two factors behind growing U.S. renewable diesel capacity

February 2, 2023 Read Full Article

Biogas Poised to Seize RFS Potential — While Environmentalists Push to Kill RFS e-RINS Proposal, Biogas Industry Ready to Grow

by Todd Neeley (DTN Progressive Farmer)  …  During a recent public hearing, environmentalists expressed concern the new program would lead to a proliferation of new confined animal feeding operations, or CAFOs, as more farmers try to capture the potential value of methane from increased manure production. Adrian Busby, senior food and

February 2, 2023 Read Full Article

B35 Program to Disburse 13.15 Million Kiloliters of Biodiesel

Sanya Susanti and Uyu Liman (Antara) The mandatory Biodiesel 35 (B35) program is expected to distribute 13.15 million kiloliters of biodiesel this year, Deputy for Food and Agribusiness at the Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs Musdhalifah Machmud stated. “(The preparation for) the implementation of the mandatory B35 (program) had been supported

February 2, 2023 Read Full Article

Argus Launches World’s First Biofuel Blended Ship Bunker Price

(Argus)  Global energy and commodity price reporting agency Argus today launched the world’s first independently assessed price for ship fuel that includes a biofuel component. The new B24 daily assessment reflects the market value of “bunkers” – as ship fuel is known – made up of 24% used cooking oil

February 1, 2023 Read Full Article

MPC Container Ships and INERATEC Sign Agreement for Sustainable Marine Diesel

by Daniela Castim (World Bio Market Insights)  MPC Container Ships and INERATEC signed an agreement for the supply of synthetic Marine Diesel Oil (MDO) made from biogenic CO2 and renewable hydrogen, with delivery set to start in 2024. The shipping industry is undertaking great efforts to decarbonize and, due to its

February 1, 2023 Read Full Article

Stellantis Focused on Ethanol Hybrid Vehicles in South America, Executive Says

by Alberto Alerigi Jr. (Reuters) Stellantis NV (STLA.MI) expects to have in place by the end of this year the technologies needed for it to develop ethanol hybrid vehicles in Brazil, the head of the carmaker in South America said on Tuesday. The initiative comes amid a broader push for sustainability in the

February 1, 2023 Read Full Article

Walz Includes Biofuel Infrastructure Funding in Budget Proposal

by Erin Voegele (Ethanol Producer Magazine)  Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz has included a proposed $1.5 million in annual in biofuel infrastructure funding in his proposed budget, which was delivered to the state legislature on Jan. 24. The Minnesota Bio-Fuels Association (MN Bio-Fuels) is applauding the proposed funding. In the proposed budget,

February 1, 2023 Read Full Article

Agencies Divided over Carbon Measure for SAF Tax Credit

by Noah Wicks (Agri-Pulse) Federal agencies appear to be divided over which carbon intensity model should be used for an Inflation Reduction Act tax credit meant to grow the fledgling sustainable aviation fuel industry, according to biofuel policy experts. READ MORE Trucking, airlines divided over biofuel tax incentives that could

February 1, 2023 Read Full Article

Titan Acquires Two Small Scale LNG Carriers for Bunkering Capability Retrofit

(Titan)  Dual-purpose trading and bunkering vessels will provide clean fuel supplier with greater flexibility and ability to supply wider clientele — Titan, the independent supplier of low and zero-emission fuels, has acquired two small scale LNG carriers – the Seapeak Unikum and Seapeak Vision – from Seapeak, the Canadian gas transportation

January 31, 2023 Read Full Article

INSIDE CFAA: Midwest Momentum

(Clean Fuels Alliance America/Biodiesel Magazine)  This past year, states across the country continued to prioritize low-carbon renewable fuels like biodiesel, renewable diesel and sustainable aviation fuel.Clean Fuels Alliance America worked with state soybean organizations and member organizations to enact new laws that will set a path forward for additional growth

January 31, 2023 Read Full Article

E85 Fueling Infrastructure Trends: A Decade in Review

by Abby Brown, Haley Erickson, and Emily White (National Renewable Energy Laboratory) This report provides information on ethanol fueling infrastructure and industry trends over the last 10 years. It is informed primarily by ethanol fueling station location data collected through the U.S. Department of Energy’s Alternative Fuels Data Center (AFDC) Station

January 31, 2023 Read Full Article

Clean Fuels Alliance Conference Overview

(Minnesota Clean Cities The Connection)  The first-ever Clean Fuels Conference took place January 23-26 in Tampa, Florida. Formerly the National Biodiesel Conference, the new event added renewable diesel and sustainable aviation fuel to its alternative biofuels lineup for applications in medium- and heavy-duty equipment, truck, rail, marine, and aviation markets. Biofuels are

January 31, 2023 Read Full Article

11,000 Ton of CO2 Emissions Avoided since April 2021 through the Use of B100 Biofuel on the Paris-Granville Train Line

(Avril) Tuesday, January 17, at the SNCF Technicentre of Granville, Jean-Baptiste Gastinne, Vice President of Transport for the Normandy Region, Grégoire Forgeot d’Arc, Regional Director of SNCF Passengers Lines in Normandy, Claire Duhamel, General Manager of Oleo100 at Saipol (an Avril Business Unit) in the presence of Mrs Françoise Plouviez-Diaz, Deputy

January 31, 2023 Read Full Article

The Digest’s 2023 Multi-Slide Guide to the State of Renewable Chemicals and Materials

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest) It’s been 18 years since the Werpy and Petersen paper, Top Value Added Chemicals from Biomass —a screening  for Potential Candidates from Sugars and Synthesis Gas that sent a lot of people in search of succinic acid, and about 12 years since industry CEOs started

January 31, 2023 Read Full Article

A Clearer Picture: What Does Legislation Mean for Chemical Recycling?

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  … Something must be done to solve the plastic problem. Not only for the good of ocean life, but to dramatically reduce the amount of waste that’s sent to landfill and incinerated, and to remove virgin fossil feedstocks from the production process. To that end, legislation

January 31, 2023 Read Full Article

Hemp Biofuels: High Energy, Low Environmental Impact

(Global Hemp Association)  … “Biofuel” is an umbrella term for a number of different types of energy produced from biomass. The main fuels are biodiesel, bioethanol, renewable diesel, sustainable aviation fuel, and renewable natural gas. … Studies show that hemp biomass, with a greater lignocellulosic content, provides a higher net

January 31, 2023 Read Full Article

Philippines Mulls Higher Ethanol Blend

by Danessa Rivera -(The Philippine Star) As the Philippines mulls higher voluntary ethanol blends in gasoline, ethanol producers are looking to bump up investments, but imports are still needed to meet this higher requirement. All in all, this will help lower prices and shield the country from future global supply and

January 31, 2023 Read Full Article

Opinion: CO2 Pipelines Provide Safe Transportation, Must Be Approved

by Andrew Black (Liquid Energy Pipeline Association/Agri-Pulse) Based on the current comprehensive regulatory framework in place and proven track record of safe CO2 pipeline operations across the nation, it is clear that pipelines, such as the Heartland Greenway, provide a safe means of transporting CO2 and should be approved. Federal law and regulation

January 31, 2023 Read Full Article

Roadmap for the Just Energy Transition in Colombia

(La Federación Nacional de Biocombustibles (computer translation)) … Colombia, like other countries in the world, being aware that the energy transition process has to be fair with workers, consumers, companies, communities and other organizations that contribute to decision-making, strives to reduce its dependence on fossil fuels through social dialogue to

January 30, 2023 Read Full Article

Bacon Demands Administration ‘Defend the Midwest’

by Lydia Johnson (Agri-Pulse)  Speaking on this week’s Agri-Pulse Newsmakers, Nebraska Republican Rep. Don Bacon said biofuels, trade, crop insurance and research are among his top issues for the farm bill and discussed his role in finding common ground in the House with a slim GOP majority.   “You have to find consensus areas

January 30, 2023 Read Full Article

Appeals Court Signals EPA Likely Violated Law in Biofuels Compliance Program

by Kelsey Tamborrino (Politico Pro)  A spokesperson for EPA said it will review the decision. —  A federal appeals court Friday granted a request by two small refiners to halt their compliance obligations under the Renewable Fuel Standard — signaling EPA’s decision to reject dozens of hardship exemption applications likely violated the

January 30, 2023 Read Full Article

Ethanol Blog: State AGs Give EPA until End of January to Respond to Year-Round E15 Petitions

by Todd Neeley (DTN Progressive Farmer)  With 270 days now passed since a group of Midwest governors asked EPA to take action to allow their states permanently sell E15 year-round, a group of attorneys general are pressing the agency to act. In a letter to EPA Administrator Michael Regan on Friday,

January 30, 2023 Read Full Article

The President Affirms that Bolivia Will “Gradually” Replace the Importation of Hydrocarbons with the Production of Biodiesel

(Agencia Boliviana de Informacion (Google Translation))  President Luis Arce affirmed that Bolivia will “gradually” replace the import of hydrocarbons with the production of biodiesel, whose first manufacturing plant will be inaugurated within “a few months.” On Tuesday, in an interview with the international channel Russia Today (RT), the Bolivian president

January 30, 2023 Read Full Article

MPOC Urges EU to Include Palm Oil Wastes and Residues in Bioenergy Use

(UkrAgroConsult) The Malaysian Palm Oil Council (MPOC) has urged the European Union (EU) to include palm oil wastes and residues in bioenergy use. The organisation made its comments following the EU’s new public input session into sustainable biofuels and biogases, which ended on 2 January. The MPOC said that while bioenergy

January 27, 2023 Read Full Article

Who Should Want More Ethanol in the Pool? Would You Believe Oil Refiners?

by David Hallberg, President (Dakota Ag Energy/Biofuels Digest)  … Which brings us back to my thesis—as the pendulum swings back to internal combustion engines the quest for low carbon isn’t going to disappear. … A nationwide E30 Clean Octane standard This  triggered a few thoughts about how our petroleum refinery

January 27, 2023 Read Full Article

The Digest’s 2023 Multi-Slide Guide to Hot Trends in Energy and Chemicals

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest) New sustainability standards no longer focus solely on bio-based carbon content. The focus has shifted to reducing greenhouse gases (GHGs) and overall carbon footprint –in which biomaterials have a role to play. The transition towards climate neutrality and circular economy will have a profound impact

January 26, 2023 Read Full Article

Vueling Advocates Encouraging the Production of Sustainable Fuels

(Compromisorse) Vueling, a company belonging to the IAG group, is participating in this edition of FITUR with a stand in which it highlights its clear commitment to sustainability and to advancing towards a future of net zero emissions for aviation. In this sense, the airline has opted to focus its

January 26, 2023 Read Full Article

Singapore to Launch SAF Offtake Study

by Curt Epstein (AIN Online) Following a pilot test last year on the use of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) at Changi Airport, the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) has launched a tender for consultants to help develop an offtake mechanism for renewable fuels going forward. The move follows the authority’s

January 26, 2023 Read Full Article

Clean Energy to Provide 86 Million Gallons of RNG to One of Nation’s Largest Transit Systems, San Diego MTS

(Clean Energy Fuels/Business Wire)  Production of RNG begins at Del Rio Dairy, Clean Energy’s First Investment in the Negative Carbon Intensive Fuel — Clean Energy Fuels Corp. (NASDAQ: CLNE), the largest provider of the cleanest fuel for the transportation market, has been awarded a contract by San Diego Metropolitan Transit

January 26, 2023 Read Full Article

Q&A: Oberon Looks Ahead to 2023 after ‘Exciting’ 2022

(Argus Media) California-based Oberon Fuels became the first company to produce and start selling the first-ever commercial volumes of renewable DME over the past two years. The company has grand plans to expand and help the LPG industry to decarbonise in the coming years, either by offering renewable DME as

January 26, 2023 Read Full Article

Illinois Passes Sustainable Aviation Fuel Tax Credit

by Jacqueline Reigle and Matthew Cope (Argus Media) Illinois state lawmakers have approved legislation to create a $1.50/USG sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) tax credit that airlines can use to satisfy all or part of their state use tax liabilities. The legislation, which must be signed by governor JB Pritzker (D), will

January 26, 2023 Read Full Article

DA Asked to Probe Use of Palm Olein in Biodiesel

by Alena Mae S. Flores (Manila Standard) The Federation of Philippine Industries said Tuesday the Office of the President ordered the Department of Agriculture to look into the alleged illegal use of imported palm olein in biodiesel. FPI chairman Jesus Arranza said this robbed the government of billions of pesos in

January 26, 2023 Read Full Article

HVO Grows in the United States, Is Consumed More than Biodiesel and Threatens Argentine Exports

(Clarin.com  Rural (Google Translation)) The northern country expanded its soybean crush capacity for the production of renewable diesel, which would lead to an extra supply of oilseed meal and a drop in pellet prices. — The large oil refineries in the United States are making important adaptations to convert themselves

January 26, 2023 Read Full Article

Book: Cooperation between Brazil and Europe: Geopolitical Importance and Perspectives for Innovation

(Konrad Adenauer Stiftung)  The newest edition of the Brazil-Europe relations series is dedicated to the theme of areas of cooperation between Brazil and Europe. The twelfth issue of the Brazil-Europe Relations Series brings a series of articles that analyze some of the main topics related to cooperation between Brazil and

January 26, 2023 Read Full Article

Report: Biofuel Consumption in Australia Remains Minimal in 2022

by Erin Voegele (Ethanol Producer Magazine) Biofuel consumption in Australia remained low in 2022. Despite new fuel standards introduced for gasoline on Jan. 1, 2022, the ethanol blend rate did not increase, according to a report filed with the USDA Foreign Agricultural Service’s Global Agricultural Information Network. Biodiesel consumption is also

January 25, 2023 Read Full Article

Report Forecasts Clean-Energy Boost from Turning Cornfields into Solar Power Fields

by Erik Gunn (Wisconsin Examiner) About 1 million acres of Wisconsin farmland produces corn for ethanol fuel, but an environmental group says the land could produce 100 times as much energy if planted with solar farms instead. In addition, it would take less than one-third of the land currently used for

January 25, 2023 Read Full Article

White House Starts Review of EPA’s Passenger Vehicle Emissions Plan

(Inside EPA)  The White House has begun reviewing EPA’s draft proposed multi-pollutant emissions standards for passenger vehicles and some larger trucks, offering the latest indication that the agency is on track to release the plan by the end of March as outside groups sharpen their advocacy about the stringency of

January 25, 2023 Read Full Article

Top Ethanol Markets Remain Dependable

by Mackenzie Boubin (U.S. Grains Council/Ethanol Producer Magazine) Working continuously to expand global markets for ethanol, the U.S. Grains Council has identified key priority and second tier markets to grow demand and, ultimately, help U.S. producers export four billion gallons of ethanol by 2025. Ethanol remained a robust and diversified

January 25, 2023 Read Full Article

Circling New Opportunities

by Katie Schroeder (Ethanol Producer Magazine) Ethanol Producer Magazine speaks with pet food industry consultants and representatives of the U.S. Grains Council to learn more about the challenges, benefits and opportunities in the growing aquaculture and pet food markets. With the rise of technology that enables corn ethanol plants to

January 25, 2023 Read Full Article

ICCT Releases Roadmap for Decarbonizing California In-State Aviation Emissions

(International Council on Clean Transportation/Biobased Diesel Daily) The International Council on Clean Transportation announced Jan. 19 the release of a roadmap for decarbonizing California in-state aviation emissions. The briefing assesses the contribution of passenger civil aviation to California’s aviation-sector emissions and evaluates the potential greenhouse-gas (GHG) reductions that could be achieved

January 24, 2023 Read Full Article

Trucking Down the 2023 Road

by Allen Schaeffer (Diesel Technology Forum) Diesel is the lifeblood of the trucking industry, a familiar refrain to economists, forecasters, and those behind the wheel. What does 2023 have in store for equipment, fuel prices, and policy?  … More renewable diesel and biodiesel fuels that deliver immediate greenhouse gas reductions

January 24, 2023 Read Full Article

Brazil Favours Ethanol Cars as 2022 Flex-Fuel Vehicles Continue to Overshadow EVs

by Alexandra Chapman (Fastmarkets) Sales of new cars in Brazil that run on flex-fuel – which can include different degrees of biodiesel or bioethanol, or even biogas – continued to significantly surpass electric vehicle (EV) sales in 2022 … According to data from Brazil’s National Registry of Motor Vehicles (Renavam),

January 24, 2023 Read Full Article

Decarbonizing at Mega Scale with Blue Hydrogen

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest) Decarbonization continues to be a major goal Transferring those targets from paper to reality that’s what we’re going to look at critically today, and specifically at the opportunities in blue hydrogen. We’ll learn what it is, why and how it goes to mega scale and what

January 24, 2023 Read Full Article

The Ukraine Report: Could 2023 Be the Year to Buy Ethanol in the Country?

by Currey McCullough (RFD TV)  The Russian Ukrainian war has spurred the development of bioethanol in the country. …  We are getting a better idea of how the country plans to utilize its bioethanol industry this year, and the problems it could face. Latifundist Media has partnered with us to provide boots-on-the-ground

January 24, 2023 Read Full Article

Bay Area Plans to Refine Biofuels Could Derail Climate Goals, Warn Environmentalists

by Aaron Cantú (Capital and Main)  Oil companies may end up relying on environmentally questionable crop-based fuels. –The California Air Resources Board is considering limits on crop-based diesel fuel as part of an overhaul to reduce California’s emissions by 2030. Gov. Gavin Newsom’s call for regulators to “accelerate refinery transitions away

January 24, 2023 Read Full Article

Clean Fuels Champions Receive Recognition for Industry Contributions

(Clean Fuels Alliance America) Annual awards honor visionaries, advocates, innovators — A diverse crop of individuals and organizations receive top honors for their contributions to the clean fuels industry this week. The Clean Fuels Alliance America annual awards showcase those who have contributed significantly to the advancement of biodiesel, renewable

January 24, 2023 Read Full Article

Navigating the Future Cost of Mobility: Learning the Lessons from the Recent Past

by Philippe Marchand (Transport Energy Strategies) … For instance, in terms of the cost of mobility, mighty regulatory decisions like a complete ban of internal combustion engine vehicles (ICEV) from sales as early as 2035 loom in the very near-future and may have quite an impact on this essential element

January 24, 2023 Read Full Article

It’s Time to Accelerate Biomass, Not Slam the Breaks

by Christian Rakos (World Bioenergy Association/Biomass Magazine) The Green Deal has led the world in addressing the climate emergency, but with the Russian invasion of Ukraine, it has also become a race to help solve a generational energy crisis. … Breaking the EU’s reliance on often-imported fossil fuels will require,

January 23, 2023 Read Full Article

NREL Develops Systematic Framework to Compare Performance of Plastics Recycling Approaches

(National Renewable Energy Laboratory)  With only a small percentage of plastics recycled, determining the best way to recycle and reuse these materials may enable higher adoption of plastics recycling and reduce plastic waste pollution. Researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) examined the benefits

January 23, 2023 Read Full Article

#84. Parsing the Canadian Clean Fuel Regulation Podcast

(Transport Energy Strategies) How will the Canadian Clean Fuel Regulation (CFR) affect the development of and uptake of low carbon fuels in the country? In this webinar-turned-podcast episode, learn from Fred Ghatala, Director of Carbon & Sustainability for Advanced Biofuels Canada as we discuss the CFR and its global implications on

January 23, 2023 Read Full Article

Carbon Pricing Standards Needed to Accelerate Green Transition

(Bioenergy International) In order to reach 2050 emissions reduction targets, trillions of dollars in public and private capital are needed to adopt and scale green energy technologies. Carbon pricing is essential to unlocking the vault, financial experts told participants at a session on climate finance at the 53rd World Economic Forum

January 23, 2023 Read Full Article

Aviation Stakeholder Groups Submit Comments to EPA’s Proposed Endangerment Finding

(National Business Aviation Association)  A coalition of seven aviation stakeholder organizations has formally submitted comments to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) proposed endangerment finding of lead in aviation gasoline (avgas). The coalition reaffirmed its support for removing lead from avgas through a safe and smart transition. In its comments, the

January 23, 2023 Read Full Article

Podcast: A Blue Clear Sky for Business Aviation

Many business aircraft operators have questions about their obligations under the numerous international regulations governing aviation carbon emissions. “Blue Clear Sky,” a session slated to take place at the 2023 NBAA Schedulers and Dispatchers Conference this week, will cover this important issue, along with other actions operators can take to improve

January 23, 2023 Read Full Article

Aviation Industry in Crosshairs for Next Biofuel Push

(Roll Call) Aviation accounts for 10 percent of U.S. greenhouse gas emissions — a figure expected to triple by 2050 …  Trucking industry representatives have raised concerns that a larger reliance on SAF will take away key feedstocks from biodiesel, an alternative fuel that’s already been used for years. Biodiesel

January 23, 2023 Read Full Article

Government Will Promote Production of Raw Material for Biofuels in the Chaco of Tarijeño

(Bolivia Ministry of Hydrocarbons and Energies (Google Translation)) President Luis Arce affirmed this Friday that the national government has a strategy to promote the cultivation of jatropha, a plant from which the oil that serves as raw material for the production of biodiesel. “We have thought about what we are

January 23, 2023 Read Full Article

Chartwell Secures £320k Innovate UK Smart Grant to Develop Market-First Methanol-Fuelled Vessel Design

(Chartwell Marine)  Chartwell Marine, the cross-industry pioneer of next-generation vessel design, today announces its win of a £320k Innovate UK Smart Grant. The grant will enable Chartwell and consortium partners — Boat Electric & Electronics and Engineered Marine Systems — to develop and test the feasibility of a market-first methanol-fuelled vessel

January 23, 2023 Read Full Article

The Frog in the Pot: the Winning of Big Friends to Scoop 
Us out of Climate Peril

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest) Winston Churchill once observed that you can rely of the United States to do the right thing, after all the alternatives have been exhausted. We are at this Churchillian moment on climate action, …. … We are currently going through the cycle of denial that

January 23, 2023 Read Full Article

A Foot in the Door:  After a Decade-Plus Pursuit, Some Biomass-Based Power Generators Will Have the Opportunity to Participate in the Federal Renewable Fuel Standard Program

by Anna Simet (Biomass Magazine)   The RFS Power Coalition has been pursuing inclusion of biomass-based power in the federal Renewable Fuel Standard for longer than a decade. …  Despite a provision in the 2007 statute that that nonliquid fuels—renewable electricity from biomass or renewable natural gas (RNG), for example—could be deemed

January 20, 2023 Read Full Article

Spain: Biomethane Production Potential Could Cover 45% of National Gas Demand

(Sedigas/AltFuels) The opportunity for Spain to become a future European gas hub through the development of renewable gases, such as biomethane and green hydrogen, is increasingly evident. Specifically, biomethane is emerging as one of the great keys, not only for the transformation of the energy mix in the short term, but

January 20, 2023 Read Full Article

The Future Is Now: Renewable Propane

by Steve Whaley (Propane Education and Research Council/ACT News) For decades, fleet owners have relied on propane autogas as a powerful, low-carbon energy source to fuel everything from school buses to delivery vehicles, taxis to paratransit fleets and all kinds of medium-duty vehicles in between. The clean energy source has reduced

January 20, 2023 Read Full Article

Aviation Leaders Hail Green Fuel as Carbon Saviour, but Wonder Who Will Pay

(EurActiv/Reuters) Greener fuel is the only way airlines will meet strict global carbon emission targets, executives meeting in Dublin this week agreed, but there’s little consensus on who should foot the hefty bill to ramp up production. Sustainable aviation fuels (SAF), which rely on feedstocks like used cooking oil to reduce

January 20, 2023 Read Full Article

QUOTE OF THE WEEK — Geoff Cooper and George W. Bush

“Ahead of the 2000 caucuses, Texas Gove. (and oil man) George W. Bush told an Iowa crowd ‘I’d support ethanol whether I was here in Iowa or not.’ And he did. Whether he was campaigning in New Hampshire or South Carolina or California, Bush consistently voiced his support for domestically

January 20, 2023 Read Full Article

Opinion: What does the Democrats’ Downgrade of the Iowa Caucuses Really Mean for Ethanol?

by Geoff Cooper (Renewable Fuels Association/Des Moines Register) In the end, the ethanol industry will be just fine. But let’s hope demoting the Iowa caucuses doesn’t mean Democrats are demoting the interests and priorities of rural America. … Today, some suggest the Democrats’ recent move to demote Iowa’s first-in-the-nation contest could spell

January 20, 2023 Read Full Article

EPA Highlights Need for Tougher ICE Standards in Upcoming Auto Rule

(Inside EPA)  EPA officials are emphasizing that their upcoming multi-pollutant standards for light- and medium-duty vehicles starting in model year 2027 will continue to impose tougher greenhouse gas requirements on internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles even amid a potentially transformative push toward electric vehicles (EVs). The statements come as industry

January 20, 2023 Read Full Article

EPA: 10 New SRE Petitions Filed, 22 SRE Petitions Now Pending

by Erin Voegele (Ethanol Producer Magazine) The U.S. EPA on Jan. 19 released data showing that 10 new small refinery exemption (SRE) petitions have been filed under the Renewable Fuel Standard over the past month. A total of 22 SRE petitions are now pending, including two that were previously declared a

January 20, 2023 Read Full Article

Sen. Jeff Magrum Files 8 Bills Related to Summit Carbon Solutions Pipeline

by Jeff Beach (InForUm) Summit Carbon Solutions says its $4.5 billion pipeline project will help ethanol plants and corn growers but has been met with resistance from landowners. — The controversial Summit Carbon Solutions carbon capture pipeline has spawned at least eight bills in the North Dakota Legislature. Two of the

January 20, 2023 Read Full Article

Cepsa and Begas Promote a Partnership to Decarbonize Heavy Urban Transport with Bioautogas

(Cepsa)  ο Both companies will promote using biogas and other renewably-sourced fuels in buses, delivery vehicles, waste collection trucks, and other municipal services with the aim of accelerating their energy transition The partnership, which has already been joined by nine other companies and organizations in the sector, aims to become

January 20, 2023 Read Full Article

The Biofuels Oil Rush

(World Bio Market Insights) With big oil moving into biofuels, Shell is one to watch. — … From another angle, biofuels are an already-lucrative global commodity attracting attention from some of the biggest corporate entities in the world: oil majors. The oil companies say renewable fuels are central to their long-term

January 19, 2023 Read Full Article

Hydrogen in Pipelines: A ‘Dangerous Experiment?’

by David Ioconangelo (E&E News/Politico Pro) A new report says that clean hydrogen isn’t safe if used in gas pipelines. The industry disagrees.  The Biden administration’s support for “clean” hydrogen is igniting a debate about how the fuel would be transported, and whether moving it through pipelines would be safe.

January 19, 2023 Read Full Article

Indonesia and Malaysia Line up against Brussels

(Biofuels International) Malaysia has thrown its weight behind Indonesia’s rebuke of the EU’s Deforestation Regulation. Indonesia’s President Jokowi and Malaysian PM Anwar Ibrahim declared their position during the first meeting of the two leaders on January 9, stating that they “agreed to strengthen cooperation to boost markets and combat discrimination

January 19, 2023 Read Full Article

Biofuel Usage Expands Despite Rising Costs

(Biofuels International) Global biofuel demand is expected to be 6% or 900 million litres per year (MLPY) higher in 2022 than the previous year. Renewable diesel makes up the largest share of this year-on-year expansion, thanks to attractive policies in the United States and Europe. … Growth in renewable diesel

January 19, 2023 Read Full Article

EPA Proposes to Add Environmental Justice, Climate Change, and PFAS to National Enforcement and Compliance Initiatives for FY 2024-2027 DEADLINE: March 13, 2023

(Environmental Protection Agency) Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced it is seeking public comment on its proposal to address environmental justice, climate change, and PFAS contamination in its National Enforcement and Compliance Initiatives (NECIs).  Every four years, EPA selects national initiatives to focus resources on serious and widespread environmental

January 19, 2023 Read Full Article

Brussels Talks on Sustainable Aviation Fuel Targets Set to Restart

by Helen Massy-Beresford (Aviation Week) … Late last year, trialog talks—among the European Commission, European Parliament and European Council—resulted in agreement on revisions to the emissions trading system for aviation as part of the broader emissions-cutting Fit for 55 legislation package. However, discussions of ReFuelEU, the eagerly awaited legislation that would

January 19, 2023 Read Full Article

The Digest’s 2023 Multi-Slide Guide to Sustainable SAF from Corn

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest) The SAF Grand Challenge is vast. It sets out to achieve a minimum 50% reduction in lifecycle GHG emissions compared to conventional aviation fuel, increase SAF output to 3 billion gallons per year by 2030, achieve SAF output of 35 billion gallons per year by

January 19, 2023 Read Full Article

Air France-KLM and Moresand Sign SAF Agreement

by Michael Tyrrell  (Aerospace Manufacturing) Air France-KLM has announced that Moresand has become the second company in the UK to join the Air France-KLM Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) programme. The airline group is actively working on their ambitious road map towards decarbonisation. Next to fleet modernisation and more efficient operations, SAF

January 19, 2023 Read Full Article

Aviation Will Lose Competitiveness if It Is not Sustainable: Gulf Air

(A21 (Google Translation))  Gulf Air CEO Captain Waleed AbdulHameed Al Alawi has warned that carbon emissions are causing rising temperatures. “Ultimately, the extreme weather events that this causes will be a problem for aviation and for all companies. It’s a problem we have to solve.” Therefore, sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) is

January 19, 2023 Read Full Article

Gov’t Support Seen Needed to Develop Sustainable Jet Fuel

by Arjay L. Balinbin (Business World) The government must send strong signals that it supports the development of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) in the country through tax incentives and other policies, as a crucial step toward meeting the industry’s target to cut carbon emissions from air travel by 2050, airlines said.

January 19, 2023 Read Full Article

Heathrow CEO to Davos: ‘The Wealthy People in This Room’ Need to Pay even More to Make Flying Greener

by Chris Morris (Fortune Magazine) Airlines and airports are under heavy pressure to reduce their environmental footprint—and the head of London’s Heathrow Airport has a message for Davos: The way to accomplish that is to hike fares for the wealthiest of travelers. John Holland-Kaye, the Heathrow CEO, was speaking at the

January 19, 2023 Read Full Article

Chile Will Promote the Development of Clean Fuels for Aviation

(Bnamericas/Ministry of Transport and Telecommunications of Chile) This is an automated translation of the press release issued in Spanish  The Ministry of Transport and Telecommunications through the Civil Aeronautical Board ( JAC ) and in conjunction with the Energy Sustainability Agency of the Ministry of Energy , formalized the incorporation of the Catholic University of the

January 19, 2023 Read Full Article

Air France Increases Ticket Prices to Pay for Sustainable Aviation Fuel

by Tom Otley (Business Traveller) Air France has detailed its increase in ticket prices to pay for sustainable aviation fuel. Vincent Etchebehere, VP Sustainability and New Mobilities at the airline, said that since the beginning of 2022, “French regulations have required us to incorporate an average of 1 per cent sustainable aviation

January 19, 2023 Read Full Article

Top Tips to Run Major Events in a More Sustainable Way

by Emma Harrison (Neste) … The first step to better sustainability is to make an audit of your environmental footprint – once it is clear what the biggest areas of improvement are, concrete steps can then be taken to start addressing them. These could include, for example, choosing a venue that

January 18, 2023 Read Full Article

Improving the Internal Combustion Engine

by Ron Lyseng  (Western Producer/SASK Today)  Internal combustion engineers, chemists and scientists are planning to squeeze another century out of the machines. Researchers are making progress to allow both diesel and gasoline burners to meet carbon criteria and the future needs … There are 1.4 billion internal combustion engine vehicles worldwide

January 18, 2023 Read Full Article

Fueling Conversations: Decarboning the Trucking Industry Now with Biodiesel

(Brownfield Ag News/Clean Fuels Alliance America) A recent study has confirmed the effectiveness of 100% biodiesel or B100 in decarbonizing Class 8 heavy-duty, over-the-road trucks. Colin Huwyler is the CEO of Optimus Technologies, the company that manufactures the Vector system, an advanced fuel system technology that enables existing diesel engines

January 18, 2023 Read Full Article

LNG – Deliverying Decarbonisation: SEA-LNG’s View from the Bridge 2022-2023

(SEA-LNG) SEA-LNG is pleased to share its overview of LNG as a marine fuel in 2022-2023. This resource highlights how the shipping industry has advanced along the LNG pathway to decarbonisation in 2022 and outlines what progress is anticipated in 2023. 2022 was another very strong year for LNG vessel orders,

January 18, 2023 Read Full Article

Ready. Set. Go! The Ethanol Industry Is Poised for Continued Success in 2023

by Geoff Cooper (Renewable Fuels Association/Ethanol Producer Magazine)  … (T)he Renewable Fuels Association remains focused on solidifying year-round access to E15, building export markets and moving incrementally closer to net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. …  In December, the Environmental Protection Agency proposed RFS volumes through 2025 that provide certainty and

January 18, 2023 Read Full Article

D.C. Circuit Slated to Hear Case over Extended RFS Compliance Deadlines

(Inside EPA) A panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit is poised to hear oral argument in refiners’ lawsuit targeting EPA’s extended timetable for complying with renewable fuel standard (RFS) mandates, a measure ostensibly designed to help refiners that has nonetheless resulted in unachievable,

January 18, 2023 Read Full Article

Raven SR Agrees to Supply Sustainable Aviation Fuel to Japan Airlines

(Raven SR/PR Newswire) Announcement marks one of Raven SR’s first agreements in aviation industry for SAF; Agreement to support 10-year supply deal; SAF to be produced from non-combustion conversion of waste to synthetic fuel — Raven SR Inc. (Raven SR), a renewable fuels company, today announced it has sign a memorandum

January 18, 2023 Read Full Article

Is Deere Pushing Electric Tractors? An Exclusive Interview with John Deere’s CTO

by Tyne Morgan (Farm Journal/AgWeb) … Rumors have been circulating about the direction of Deere’s technology investments, and Farm Journal had the chance to sit down with John Deere’s Chief Technology Officer, Jahmy Hindman, to set the record straight and uncover what Deere sees as the future of equipment and ag technology.

January 18, 2023 Read Full Article

Efficiently Removing Carbon Dioxide from the Atmosphere with Bioenergy

(Bioenergy Insight) Ländwarme, a leading biomethane supplier, service provider and trader in Europe, told Bioenergy Insight about the importance of Carbon Capture and Storage. “On our way to halt climate change, negative emissions are a crucial component. Therefore, we cannot forgo technologies such as Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) — used most

January 17, 2023 Read Full Article

School-Bus fleet in Beaverton, Oregon, Switches to Renewable Diesel Fuel

(Beaverton School District/Biobased Diesel Daily) As of mid-January, the Beaverton School District in Oregon has stopped using petroleum-based diesel fuel in its school buses in favor of renewable diesel. Renewable diesel is a fossil-free alternative derived from agricultural waste products like vegetable oils and animal fats, making it a fully renewable

January 17, 2023 Read Full Article

Iowa Agriculture Secretary Presents 2023 Biodiesel, Ethanol Marketing Awards

(Biobased Diesel Daily/Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship) Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Mike Naig announced Jan. 10 that Growmark FS and Kwik Trip | Kwik Star are the winners of the 2023 Renewable Fuels Marketing Awards.  The awards were created to recognize fuel marketers that have gone above and beyond

January 17, 2023 Read Full Article

US Refiners Push One-Year Delay on E15 Petition

by Chris Knight (Argus Media) Shell, Phillips 66 and Chevron are among the oil companies seeking at least a one-year delay, until 1 May 2024, for a fuel specification change in eight states intended to support continued year-round sales of 15pc ethanol gasoline (E15). The delay request came in an industry-organized

January 17, 2023 Read Full Article

Rio Tinto Trials Renewable Diesel at U.S. Operations

(Rio Tinto)  Rio Tinto is progressing plans to swap conventional diesel for renewable fuel in haul trucks at its U.S. operations to reduce the carbon footprint of its fleet. The company successfully completed a renewable diesel trial at its U.S. Borax mine in Boron, California, and is now conducting a second trial

January 17, 2023 Read Full Article

German Minister to Propose Withdrawal from Use of Crop-Based Biofuels

by Michael Hogan (NASDAQ/Reuters)  German environment minister Steffi Lemke said on Tuesday she would soon send proposals to the cabinet for the country to withdraw from the use of crop-based biofuels to achieve reductions in greenhouse gases. “Biofuels stand for land consumption and loss of biological diversity,” Lemke said in a

January 17, 2023 Read Full Article

China’s Corn-Based Ethanol Fuel Threatens Food Security while Crowding the Market, State Commentary Warns

by Silvia Ma (South China Morning Post)  – China is facing a corn-supply shortfall that could put it at the mercy of imports, even as domestic output has seen sharp increases in the last couple of years; – Beijing has been increasingly pushing to reduce its reliance on external sources

January 17, 2023 Read Full Article

Vegetable Oil Is Gaining Traction as a Biofuel

by Felicity Bradstock (OilPrice.com) – Biofuels have grown increasingly popular in recent years as a way to reduce emissions when it comes to both transport and heating. -In the UK, around 1.7 million homes still rely on kerosene heaters, and the government believes those could be adapted to run on

January 17, 2023 Read Full Article

USGC: Report Helps Countries Accelerate Transition to Net Zero

(Ethanol Producer Magazine/US Grains Council) In December, the International Energy Agency – the leading intergovernmental organization that provides policy recommendations, analysis and data on the global energy sector – released its Renewables 2022 Analysis. The report is available for use by countries looking at cases to accelerate their transition to net

January 17, 2023 Read Full Article

Biodiesel Program Encourages Sustainable Palm Oil Business: Ministry

Sugiharto Purnama, Mecca Yumna (Antara)  The government is pursuing a biodiesel-type biofuel program in a bid to lower dependence on petroleum while concomitantly bringing Indonesian palm oil to a better and more sustainable level. “This biodiesel program is not merely a program by the Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry to use

January 16, 2023 Read Full Article

Oil Majors Investing 8 Times More in Biofuels than Hydrogen – T&E

(Biofuels Central) … Europe’s oil majors’ ‘big bet’ on hydrogen as the transport fuel for the future is not so big in reality, according to a new study on behalf of Transport & Environment (T&E)[1], which shows that investments in biofuels refining are eight times bigger. T&E accuses oil producers of not being serious

January 16, 2023 Read Full Article

Exxon’s Own Models Predicted Global Warming. It Ignored Them.

by Chelsea Harvey, Lesley Clark, Benjamin Storrow (E&E News) It’s been seven years since journalists first revealed Exxon Mobil Corp.’s decadeslong efforts to undermine the scientific certainty around climate change, despite knowing how serious a problem it was. Now, a new analysis demonstrates exactly how much the company knew — and

January 16, 2023 Read Full Article

An Over-Belief in Electrification Is Harming the Climate

by Gustav Melin (Bioenergy International/Swedish Bioenergy Association)  … The energy transition cannot be expedited by support and subsidies  —  However, it is difficult to be re-elected on increased carbon dioxide taxes and more expensive energy prices. That’s no excuse, as there are plenty of applications where biofuels or renewable electricity are cheaper

January 16, 2023 Read Full Article

Japan’s JR West to Switch All Diesel Trains to Biofuel around 2030

by Koki Izumi (Nikkei Asia)  Biotech company Euglena, trading houses to aid with decarbonization — West Japan Railway, known as JR West, plans to introduce biofuel in all its diesel trains, which operate mainly on local lines, by around 2030, a move that will reduce carbon dioxide emissions on nonelectrified sections,

January 16, 2023 Read Full Article

Bioenergy through the Eyes of a BETO Intern

by Julia Matney (U.S. Department of Energy) … While I did not understand much about biofuels initially, learning about them through the lens of NGO opinions was fascinating. During this time, I created a database collecting and organizing those views, and I discovered that the use of biofuels can be a

January 13, 2023 Read Full Article

Estonian Government Extends Support to the Production of Biomethane for Vehicles

(AltFuels) The State extends subsidies for the production of renewable natural gas used for transportation until June 30, 2024, according an order signed by the Minister of Economic Affairs and Infrastructure Riina Sikkut (SDE). The time for subsidies was set to expire at the end of 2023, but increased renewable energy

January 13, 2023 Read Full Article

Govt Working on Policy for Ethanol Pumps, says Union Minister Gadkari

(Business Standard) Says he will meet with petroleum minister in next 15 days to discuss this  —  Amid concerns that the government’s push for green fuels is incomplete without accessible infrastructure, Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways Nitin Gadkari said on Thursday that the Centre was working on a policy to establish ethanol pumps

January 13, 2023 Read Full Article

RFA Congratulates Ricketts on Senate Appointment

(Renewable Fuels Association) The Renewable Fuels Association today congratulated former Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts on his appointment to the U.S. Senate by new Gov. Jim Pillen. “During his two terms as governor of Nebraska, Pete Ricketts showed tremendous vision and leadership on agricultural and renewable fuel issues,” said RFA President

January 13, 2023 Read Full Article

SIAM and US Grains Council Sign MoU on Technology Transfer to Support Higher Ethanol Adoption

(Express Mobility) The country aims to double the blend to 20 percent by 2025-26, for which it will need an estimated 2.68 billion gallons or 10.15 billion litres of ethanol.  —  The Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers and the US Grains Council  signed a Memorandum of Understanding today for support for

January 13, 2023 Read Full Article

Advanced Biofuels Can Play a Key Role in Delaware’s Effort to Reduce Emissions | Opinion

by Michael McAdams (Delaware Online/USA Today Network) … Meaningfully reducing emissions from Delaware’s transportation sector will require a more comprehensive approach that embraces both the long-term promise of electric vehicles, along with technologies, such as low-carbon advanced biofuels, to support older, non-electric vehicles unaffected by the new regulations and the heavy

January 13, 2023 Read Full Article

Michigan Efforts for Biofuels Tax Credit Continue

by Nicole Heslip (Brownfield Ag News) Michigan ag groups and lawmakers plan to continue work on a biofuels tax credit in the new legislative session. A bill, introduced by Senator Kevin Daley, would have offered qualifying retailers a tax credit for every gallon of higher ethanol blends sold, including E15 and E85. Daley’s chief

January 13, 2023 Read Full Article

EU Commission Proposes Carbon Removal Certifications

by Daniela Castim (World Bio Market Insights) A EU Commission has submitted a proposal for regulation to significantly improve the EU’s capacity to quantify, monitor, and verify carbon removals. The proposal will promote innovative carbon removal technologies and sustainable carbon farming solutions and contribute to the EU’s climate, environmental, and zero-pollution goals. According

January 11, 2023 Read Full Article

Was 2022 a Pivotal Year for BioFuel?

(World Bio Market Insights) Interest in biofuels survived the fossil fuel bonanza of 2022 but there’s still a long road to viability — The importance of energy to domestic and international politics became more visible than ever before between 2020 and 2022.  The post-lockdown surge in global energy demand meant generators

January 11, 2023 Read Full Article

California Dairy Digesters

(BioCycle Magazine) The California Dairy Research Foundation (CDRF) and University of California, Davis (UC Davis) CLEAR Center released a new analysis of methane reduction progress titled, Meeting the Call: How California is Pioneering a Pathway to Significant Dairy Sector Methane Reduction. The paper, authored by livestock emissions and agricultural economics researchers at

January 11, 2023 Read Full Article

India: Phased Rollout of 20 Per Cent Ethanol Blending to Commence this April

(Economic Times) India has increased ethanol blending in petrol from 1.53 per cent in 2013-14 to 10.17 per cent in 2022 and also advanced its target to achieve 20 per cent from earlier 2030 to now 2025-26. The phased rollout of 20 per cent ethanol blending in India will begin

January 11, 2023 Read Full Article

Fixing the Fermentation Squeeze: Liberation Labs Comes out of Stealth with a Farm to Ferm Mission

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest) Liberation Labs comes out of stealth with a $20M funding round and a precision fermentation platform for the production of alternative proteins at scale  —  News arrives from New York that Mark Warner and his Liberation Labs team have closed a $20 million seed round of funding,

January 11, 2023 Read Full Article

Inside the DOE: Understanding the Role of the US Department of Energy in the Energy Transition

(Climate Now) “We’ve built an entire industrial economy around a set of energy sources, and we’re now thinking about diversifying way beyond that. And that’s a big set of changes.” What will it take to diversify our energy economy, and how do we actually do it? That is the remit

January 10, 2023 Read Full Article

How Will the Ship of the Future Run?

by Lucie Maluck (mtu Solutions/Rolls-Royce) Sustainable fuels and innovative technologies enable CO2-neutral or CO2-free propulsion concepts for ships. — … The only thing that is clear is that in order to meet the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) target of reducing CO2 emissions from shipping by 50 percent by 2050 compared with

January 10, 2023 Read Full Article

Deere: Tech Creates Sustainability — Deere CEO Lays Out Tech Strategy for Ag Sustainable Growth at CES 2023

by Dan Miller (DTN Progressive Farmer) John Deere took center stage at the CES on Thursday, with Chairman and CEO John May delivering an opening keynote address focused on technology and sustainability before an audience of 2,000 gathered in the Venetian Palazzo Ballroom, and by extension to the expected 170,000-strong tech

January 10, 2023 Read Full Article

Clean Fuels Expresses Frustration with EPA’s RFS Proposal for 2023 – 2025

(Clean Fuels Alliance America) Eighteen Clean Fuels speakers testify at public hearing on the proposed RFS volume  —  Today, Clean Fuels Alliance America and its members testified at the Environmental Protection Agency’s “Public Hearing for RFS Standards for 2023–2025 and Other Changes,” held via teleconference. Clean Fuels staff expressed frustration

January 10, 2023 Read Full Article

Ciarán Cannon Hits out after ‘Bag of Sh*t’ Thrown at Him and Anne Rabbitte

by Daniel McConnell (Irish Examiner) Ciarán Cannon along with junior minister Anne Rabbitte had a ‘bag of sh*t’ thrown at both of them at a public meeting in Galway. ‘The incident last night is indicative of an increasing level of toxicity and aggression directed towards politicians of all parties’ “Nobody

January 10, 2023 Read Full Article

Rio Grande: Petrobras Tests Bunker with Renewable Content on Transpetro Vessel

(Petrobras/Portos & Mercados (Google Translation)) Petrobras carried out, on Saturday (12/31), the first bunker filling with renewable content in the country. At the Rio Grande Terminal (Terig), in Rio Grande do Sul, the Transpetro vessel “Darcy Ribeiro”, was fueled with the new fuel with a lower carbon footprint, a mixture of 90%

January 10, 2023 Read Full Article

The Digest’s 2023 Multi-Slide Guide to LifeCycle Associates and Counting Carbon

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  Life Cycle Associates is an independent business and environmental consulting firm specializing in life cycle analysis of fuel production pathways. The company completes life cycle analysis, model development, process design, analysis of policy implications, regulatory support and much more. Lifecycle Associates founder Stefan Unnasch presented

January 10, 2023 Read Full Article

Japan Proposes New Biofuel Standards, Update of Ethanol CI Scores Public Comment DEADLINE January 17, 2023

by Erin Voegele (Ethanol Producer Magazine)  The government of Japan is inviting comments on proposed biofuel standards for fiscal years 2023 through 2027. The proposal also includes updated carbon intensity (CI) values for both U.S. corn-based ethanol and Brazilian sugarcane-based ethanol, according to a report filed with the USDA Foreign Agricultural

January 10, 2023 Read Full Article

Biden-Harris Administration Releases First-Ever Blueprint to Decarbonize America’s Transportation Sector

(U.S. Department of Transportation) Landmark Blueprint Will Advance the President’s Clean Transportation Agenda, Slashing Consumer Costs, Improving Public Health, and Increasing the Nation’s Energy Security — The Biden-Harris Administration today released the U.S. National Blueprint for Transportation Decarbonization. Developed by the Departments of Energy, Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and the Environmental

January 10, 2023 Read Full Article
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