Policy News

25 Mar 2019 | John McGarrity
The use of biomethane in EU transport in the longer term will likely be limited to long-haul journeys by road
22 Mar 2019 | John McGarrity
The UK’s government could by this summer a launch new consultation on how to mandate E10 ethanol that will address
21 Mar 2019 | John McGarrity
Spain has introduced ‘double counting’ for used cooking oil (UCO) as a feedstock for biofuels, a move that is likely to impact
20 Mar 2019 | John McGarrity
A group of pro-ethanol MPs are to hold a UK parliamentary enquiry on the introduction of E10 gasoline in a bid...
18 Mar 2019 | John McGarrity
Malaysia has joined Indonesia in threatening to mount a challenge at the World Trade Organisation against the...
18 Mar 2019 | Rahim Ramatulla
German carmaker Volkswagen garnered plenty of headlines last week through its announcement that it is expanding its electric vehicle range...
17 Mar 2019 | John McGarrity
Biomethane producers have welcomed comments from the UK Chancellor of the Exchequer’s Spring statement...
15 Mar 2019 | Tim Worledge
News that the US Environmental Protection Agency issued five small refinery exemptions Thursday has reopened a debate on the perceived misuse...
14 Mar 2019 | John McGarrity, Andy Allan
The UK will retain tariffs on fuel ethanol in the event of a no-deal Brexit from the EU, a move taken...
13 Mar 2019 | John McGarrity
The European Commission has proposed to ban palm oil from large plantations by 2030 for use in the EU's renewable energy...
11 Mar 2019 | John McGarrity
A Brazilian government report has presented mixed findings on the technological capability of the country’s truck fleet to...