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NYT Reports Plant-Derived Fuels Could Be Certified for Fights within a Year, Says Boeing Exec

Submitted by on June 2, 2009 – 8:45 amNo Comment

Katie Howell:  Jet fuels derived from algae, camelina and jatropha — plants that pack an energy punch, are not eaten as food and do not displace food crops — could be approved and replacing petroleum fuels in commercial flights as early as next year, a Boeing executive said yesterday.

Bill Glover, managing director of environmental strategy for Boeing Commercial Airplanes, which is leading an effort to develop, test and certify alternative jet fuels, said the technology is ready. Now, it is just a matter of growing enough non-food feedstock plants and refining enough of their oil.  READ MORE

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