Tag: aviation

Egypt looking to fly on aviation biofuel next year

Egypt looking to fly on aviation biofuel next year

July 16, 2015 |

In Egypt, students at the Engineering Institute of Aviation and Technology in collaboration with the National Research Centre have successfully produced aviation biofuel meeting ASTM1655. The country has capacity to produce about 30 tons of the fuel per day and as such Egypt Air will fly its first biofuel flights next year. A test was […]

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Japan looking to commercial aviation biofuel use by Tokyo 2020

Japan looking to commercial aviation biofuel use by Tokyo 2020

July 8, 2015 |

In Japan, the government wants to see aviation biofuel used during the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo and as such as launched its first public private panel to look at opportunities and challenges. Beyond just seeing commercial flights running on biofuel by the start of the Games, the country also has ambitions to produce its own […]

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Look, up in the Sky! The best of the aviation biofuels slides from ABLC 2015

Look, up in the Sky! The best of the aviation biofuels slides from ABLC 2015

March 29, 2015 |

Great Scott! New molecules, new feedstocks, new technologies, and reaching scale — the best of the best. At ABLC 2015, the focus on innovation included a complete program on aviaiton — and numerous producers elsewhere on the program are producing aviation biofuels as a party of an overall strategy including multiple products. From the annual […]

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Japan launches aviation biofuel initiative ahead of Tokyo 2020 Olympics

Japan launches aviation biofuel initiative ahead of Tokyo 2020 Olympics

October 6, 2014 |

In Japan, Initiatives for Next Generation Aviation Fuels has been launched with the aim to produce and supply aviation biofuels in time for the Tokyo Olympics in 2020. Partners in the initiative include the University of Tokyo, Boeing Co., Japan Airlines Co., Nippon Cargo Airlines Co., All Nippon Airways Co., Narita International Airport Corp. and […]

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KLM picks Amyris-Total renewable jet fuel as climate takes center stage in NY and at the UN

KLM picks Amyris-Total renewable jet fuel as climate takes center stage in NY and at the UN

September 24, 2014 |

Renewable jet fuel makes another remove forward — as a new study concludes that delay on implementing RFS2 could be the equivalent of building 5.5 new coal-fired power plants in terms of CO2. In New York, KLM tipped that it intends to fly on Amyris-Total renewable jet fuel, as soon as it receives favorable advice […]

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North Dakota researchers looking for best aviation biofuel feedstocks

North Dakota researchers looking for best aviation biofuel feedstocks

April 8, 2014 |

In North Dakota, researchers at Northern Great Plains Research Laboratory in Mandan have just finished their first year in the field doing trials on oilseeds such as canola, rapeseed, camelina and mustard for aviation biofuels. Researchers are looking for feedstocks that don’t compete with food, are drought tolerant and can grow in wheat-producing areas.

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Indonesian ministries start planning for aviation biofuels by 2016

Indonesian ministries start planning for aviation biofuels by 2016

December 30, 2013 |

In Indonesia, the transport and energy ministries have signed an agreement to begin planning the implementation of aviation biofuel supply to the country’s airport. The planning and implementation stage is set for 2014-16. Already the country has planned for 3% aviation biofuel use by 2020.

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NARA exploring Montana as aviation biofuels corridor

NARA exploring Montana as aviation biofuels corridor

November 26, 2013 |

In Montana, the Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance is developing regional aviation biofuel solutions, since the aviation industry is in need of a viable and sustainable alternative to fossil fuels. Washington State University’s Integrated Design Experience’s specific role within NARA was to propose a supply chain in the Western Montana Corridor, a region reaching from eastern […]

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Queensland may be key region for biomass-to-aviation biofuels

Queensland may be key region for biomass-to-aviation biofuels

October 31, 2013 |

In Australia, a new study by CSIRO and partly-funded by Boeing found that Central Queensland could provide a home for biomass feedstock that would be used for aviation biofuel production. The study looked at three options from planting trees that are harvested in 10-year cycles, to harvesting native grasses or harvesting re-growth. The optimal would […]

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UAE sets up demo farm for aviation fuel biofuel

UAE sets up demo farm for aviation fuel biofuel

October 28, 2013 |

In the United Arab Emirates, the Masdar Institute of Science and Technology are setting up a demonstration farm aimed at producing sustainable jet fuels, and have purchased 200 hectares of coastal land to grow mangroves as biomass. Without freshwater, the country is researching sustainable salt-water biofuel solutions.“The aviation industry has set for itself a target […]

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