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China joins biofuel initiative, Aviation Week & Space Technology, 31 May 2010, p 21

In China, PetroChem, Air China, Boeing and UOP are planning a biofuel demonstration flight, whereas the Chinese Academy of Sciences' Quingdao Institute of Bioenergy and Bioprocess Technology is working with Boeing on algae-based jet fuels

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Journal title: Aviation Week & Space Technology

Keywords: 2 Aerospace - 2.5 Alternative aviation fuels -

Subjects: Aerospace engineering - Aviation - Biofuels - Planning and Design - Kerosene - Liquid biofuels -

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