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H Massy-Beresford, Aviation urged to press fuel claim, Flight International, 11-17 October 2005, p 29

In France, the consultancy Meridian International Research suggests that the air transport industry must put pressure on the automotive industry to ensure security of aviation fuel supply by introducing more fuel-efficient road vehicles of the plug-in hybrid and battery-powered
types. This would give time for the development of biojet fuel to replace part of the annual worldwide consumption of 230 billion litres of petroleum-derived jet fuel.
At the same time, Brian Pearce of IATA predicts a long-term fall in oil demand as clean coal, renewable and hydrogen generation technologies gain ground.

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