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12 Oct 2021 | Alexandra Chapman
US ethanol export levels recorded their fifth highest year ever despite the continued limitations of...
11 Oct 2021 | John McGarrity
German-headquartered advanced biofuels producer Hy2en will invest almost half a billion euros in a southern-France based project, which will produce...
11 Oct 2021 | John McGarrity
Biofuels consumption fell by just 1.5% in 2020 in the EU’s 27 member states despite the impact of the Covid-19 on fuel...
11 Oct 2021 | Alexandra Chapman
Unifeeder – Europe's largest shortsea operator of 'feeder' vessels – has completed its first bunkering operation using marine biofuel...
8 Oct 2021 | John McGarrity
The UK’s main organisation for petrol retailers in the UK said the running down of stocks of E5 petrol in September as the E10...
6 Oct 2021 | John McGarrity
Two of the biggest companies in the UK's hydrogen sector on Wednesday signed a tentative deal on supply of the alternative...
6 Oct 2021 | Alexandra Chapman
US ethanol lobby Growth Energy has filed a petition requesting a US Supreme Court review a July ruling, which vacated a...
4 Oct 2021 | John McGarrity
Volumes of ethanol on which duty has been paid in the UK rose by 29% in June to August of 2021, compared with the previous three months, while figures for biodiesel fell by...
1 Oct 2021 | John McGarrity
A supplier of biomethane to heavy-duty trucks have hit back at claims in recent analysis from an NGO that the fuel won’t be...
29 Sep 2021 | Alexandra Chapman
The UK government has launched a consultation to consider new technologies for future transport, which will look closely at...
29 Sep 2021 | John McGarrity
Supplies of biomethane are insufficient to meet growing demand for trucks powered by compressed- and liquefied natural gas, a...
28 Sep 2021 | Alexandra Chapman
The American Coalition for Ethanol (ACE) has urged the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to place greater emphasis on the role of ethanol in...
28 Sep 2021 | Alexandra Chapman
The UK government has put military tanker drivers on standby as the crisis at fuel forecourts continues, while panic buying...
27 Sep 2021 | Richard Weyndling
Spain has backed blending quotas for advanced biofuels up to 2030 and gives an inspection role to the fuel reserve corporation Cores on green electricity and biofuels feedstocks...
27 Sep 2021 | John McGarrity
Disruption of petrol and diesel supplies to UK forecourts, subsequent panic buying and long queues for fuel are unlikely to have a direct impact on compliance ticket prices in the UK’s Renewable Transport Fuel Obligation...
24 Sep 2021 | John McGarrity
US biofuels lobbies have called on the Biden administration to clarify what blending mandates they will apply for 2021 and...
23 Sep 2021 | John McGarrity
Argentina will remain reliant on Europe as its only meaningful market for its biodiesel exports after the US Court of International Trade this...
23 Sep 2021 | Richard Weyndling
A consortium made up of Spain’s gas grid operator Enagas, gas and electricity supplier Naturgy, and storage and logistics...
22 Sep 2021 | Alexandra Chapman
UK transport secretary Grant Shapps has highlighted the importance of a combination of...
22 Sep 2021 | Alexandra Chapman
'Range anxiety' - the fear that a battery car may run out of charge before reaching a destination - remains the top...
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