Policy News

20 May 2019 | John McGarrity
The gap between aviation biofuel and conventional kerosene in Europe could narrow if moves by some....
20 May 2019 | John McGarrity
Japan Engine Corporation (J-ENG), one of the world's biggest manufacturers of marine engines said on May 17 that it will...
20 May 2019 | John McGarrity
Colombia has placed an anti-subsidy duty of 9.3% on imported US ethanol for four months, a threshold that the Latin American...
17 May 2019 | Tim Worledge
A prominent senator from the Republican party has lashed out at the government agency that oversees the country’s biofuels...
16 May 2019 | John McGarrity
Vietnam's efforts to promote E5 ethanol appear to be floundering after sales of the biofuel have fallen since the end of last year...
The UK’s Serious Fraud Office on Thursday said it has started a joint investigation with Dutch authorities
15 May 2019 | John McGarrity
The EU's scrapping of anti-dumping duties on US ethanol has prompted sharply divergent assessments of the potential impact on European producers...
13 May 2019 | John McGarrity
The UK government needs to outline what incentives will be in place after 2020 so that green gas can play an enhanced...
13 May 2019 | John McGarrity
Swedish fuels producer Preem has intensified a partnership with compatriot Vattenfall – one of Europe’s largest electricity...
13 May 2019 | John McGarrity
An Indian subsidiary of US biodiesel producer Aemetis has landed a contract to supply three Indian government-owned oil...
13 May 2019 | John McGarrity
Australian airline Qantas has said that the country’s next federal government will need to discuss how to provide biofuel...