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  • In UK, the Sustainable Aviation (SA) coalition has pledged to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2050 through more efficient aircraft and engines, together with sustainable fuels and carbon offsets, with the possibility of UK becoming a world leader in such fuels. 

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  • The IMechE has launched research into the life cycle of various fuels ranging from biofuels mixed with gasoline to hydrogen for use in passenger vehicles, contained in a paper Accelerating Road Transport Decarbonisation. Recommendations include 10% bioethanol in gasoline (E10) and 7% in diesel fue...

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  • In UK, the government is planning to bring forward the ban on new petrol and diesel cars from 2040 to 2035, and has initiated a consultation re the inclusion of hybrid vehicles. The fall in battery prices is leading to price parity with conventional cars within 5 years. However, the IK PIA recommend...

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  • Eni and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) have teamed up to develop A20, a new fuel offering a low level of emissions due to its 15% methanol and 5% bio-ethanol alcohol content. According to the companies, the new alternative fuel emits up to 3% less  CO2 exhaust emissions quantified using...

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  • Lawmakers have asked Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev to postpone changes to the countrys oil and tax regime which could lead to a 20% spike in gasoline prices, according to Ivan Grachyov, Head of the Lower House of the Russian Parliaments Energy Committee. The price of gasoline in Russia ro...

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  • It is estimated that 55 to 70% of vehicle emissions emanate from tyre zinc, brakes and road dust rather than from fuel combustion, and this will increase with the growth of electric cars. 

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  • In Canada, the University of Waterloo has devised an artificial leaf comprising a red cuprous oxide powder produced from glucose, copper acetate, sodium hydroxide and sodium dodecyl sulphate added to heated water into which CO2 is blown under a white light, resulting in methanol and oxygen. 

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  • Showa Shell has opened the first liquid hydrogen refuelling station in Tokyo, constructed in partnership with Iwatani Corporation and the Tokyo Metropolitan Government under the Hydrogen Refuelling Station Pilot Programme. Showa Shell is a Japanese company 50% owned by Shell.

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  • Platts has expanded its suite of ethanol price assessments to include a new daily fuel ethanol price reference that reflects unique specification changes in Germany, one of the leading ethanol markets in Europe. The new daily assessment, known as Platts German Fuel-Grade Ethanol T2 FOB Rotterdam, re...

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