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  • The US Energy Information Administration’s (EIA) Annual Energy Outlook 2020 (AEO2020) projects that US biofuel production will slowly grow through 2050, primarily driven by economic and policy factors.In the Reference case, which reflects current laws and regulations, biofuels production i...

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  • In Europe, it is recognised that biofuels will play a major role for heavy duty vehicles, shipping and aviation where the decarbonisation through electrification is more difficult, and the revised RED II was formally adopted in December 2018. There is growth in sourcing biofuels from hydrotreated ve...

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  • Since the use of Sustainable Aviation Fuels (SAF) is restricted to a 50% blend limit, they currently represent less than 1% global jet fuel usage, hence their use must be increased. However, alternatives such as biofuels cost up to 3 times more. Norway now legislates for 0.5% biofuel in jet fuel, an...

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  • In Finland, Finnair operated its first flight from San Francisco to Helsinki using a mix containing 12% of biofuel derived from used cooking oil. A second flight scheduled for two days later brings the total reduction in CO2 to approximately 32 tons. 

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  • The status report explains the relevant topics of the UFOP annual report on national and international biofuel policy, on biofuel accompanying research for UFOP-funded projects, and on biofuel statistics. 

  • With the significant rise in oil prices and the growing concern about stable, secure and environmentally friendly energy supplies, the promotion of biofuels use in transport is a priority on the European political agenda. Today, biofuels are the only way to significantly reduce oil dependence in the...

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  • According to the latest UK government figures, the share of total electricity generation from renewables in 3Q2019 – at 38.9% – was the highest recorded and marginally exceeded the share of generation from gas for the first time. Renewable electricity generation was 28.8 TWh in the period, an increa...

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  • In the next few months, UK and EU policies on the role of biofuels for transport will be finalised, sparking fierce debate between oil companies, environmental groups and biofuel producers/agricultural suppliers on their merits. Greg Archer, Director of the Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership explains th...

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  • BP and Associated British Foods will build a £200m biofuel plant in Hull to produce 420m litres of bioethanol a year. The plant, to start producing biofuel by the end of 2009, will be built on BP's chemicals site at Saltend. By 2010, the Government wants biofuel to account for 5pc of motor fuel. How...

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  • Growing concerns about the rapid depletion of fossil fuel reserves, rising crude oil prices, energy security and global climate change have led to increased worldwide interest in renewable energy sources such as biofuels. In this context, biofuel production from renewable sources is considered to be...

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