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  • New fuel labelling regulations entered into force on UK forecourts on 1 September 2019. The new regulations call for additional labelling on all fuel dispensers and nozzles and aim to help drivers identify fuels and reduce misfuelling.Under the new changes E5 in a circle means petrol and B7 in a squ...

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  • 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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  • 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...

  • 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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  • Partner or perish - biofuels companies at a crossroads As biofuel technologies mature from basic science towards commercial scale-up, developers must find corporate partners or leave the dance floor, according to a new report from Lux Research. The report, Aligning contribution: partnering strategie...

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  • BP has announced plans to combine its Brazilian biofuels and biopower businesses with that of Bunge to create ‘a world-scale, highly-efficient producer of sugarcane ethanol’ in Brazil, to be known as BP Bunge Bioenergia. BP’s interest in the new 50:50 venture will grow its existing biofuels business...

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  • The OECD has said taht the biofuels revolution is damaging to the environment, reduces CO2 emissions little and increases the cost of basic foodstuffs for the world's poorest people. Biofuels anr only viable when produced in tropical regions where the world's most vulnerable natural ecosystems are. ...

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  • With only a year until the Renewable Transport Fuel Obligation (RTFO) actually comes into force Kate Henderson investigates how this policy mechanism will affect the UK biofuels market.

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  • A year on from the introduction of the Renewable Transport Fuels Obligation, Nick Goodall FEI shares some findings from the Renewable Fuel Agency's administration of the scheme. Includes figures showing greenhouse gas savings of biofuels by feedstock and country of origin and fossil fuel company per...

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