Indonesia starts B100 trials in face falling palm oil demand from Europe

April 15, 2019 |

In Indonesia, the Antara news agency reports that the agriculture minister is pushing for the use of B100 as a way to counteract the strong likelihood that palm oil demand from Europe will fall off as a result of anti-indirect land use rules. On Monday, the minister launched a B100 trial in a four-wheeler tractor that will eventually expand to 50 vehicles and tractors owned by the ministry. The research agency leading the trial produces up to 1,600 liters of biodiesel per day using a reactor it developed.

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