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A decision from the UK government to close a loophole that has allowed some biofuel suppliers to import blended biodiesel at a 0% tax rate has driven UK compliance tickets to a four-month high on Thursday April 4 – a week after decision was announced and amid fears that key biodiesel prices could increase.
2 Apr 2024 | Tim Worledge
Finnish oil company Neste confirmed on Tuesday that it has started to shutdown key units at its home refinery complex of...
27 Mar 2024 | Tim Worledge, Robert Lane
Mounting supplies of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) in the US could collapse values for critical compliance credits and force the authorities to intervene...
6 Mar 2024 | Misha Simonovska
Following a decade of negotiations, Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) and the Belgian Presidency of the Council...
6 Mar 2024 | Misha Simonovska
The European Commission enforced a new regulation on Tuesday, requiring the registration of imports for new battery electric...
20 Feb 2024 | Tim Worledge
Claims that use of US corn-based ethanol as a feedstock to sustainable aviation fuel production leads to indirect land…
14 Feb 2024 | Tim Worledge
Representatives of Europe’s ethanol producers have doubled down on recent legal challenges targeting European Union biofuel...
9 Feb 2024 | Tim Worledge
The cost of implementing new, renewable energy solutions must come down if the developing world is to meet ambitious...
8 Feb 2024 | Wendy Dulaney
The nascent market for sustainable aviation fuel faces a number of significant challenges including policy support, technical...
16 Jan 2024 | Wendy Dulaney
The US government should use greenhouse gas emissions modeling that would allow for full credit to be given to...
19 Dec 2023 | Misha Simonovska
European Union lawmakers have drawn criticism from the industry group Transport & Environment (T&E) as they decided...