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20 Jul 2020 | John McGarrity
US Senators from Iowa are seeking to include financial aid for the biofuels industry in a forthcoming relief package for the wider...
20 Jul 2020 | Rahim Rahemtulla
Germany’s biofuels producers have called on Berlin to devise a much wider range of policies to cut emissions from...
15 Jul 2020 | John McGarrity
A new coalition of companies in logistics, freight retail and consumer goods on Wednesday called for EU policymakers to...
13 Jul 2020 | John McGarrity
Consumption of fuel ethanol in the EU and the UK this year will fall 12.6% as the impact of Covid-19...
13 Jul 2020 | John McGarrity
Biodiesel consumption in the EU & UK will fall 6% to 18 billion litres this year, with the demand destruction wrought by...
8 Jul 2020 | John McGarrity
The international shipping industry will fail to make meaningful cuts in its greenhouse gas emissions on a global scale, unless it...
6 Jul 2020 | John McGarrity
A US ethanol producer lobby has reacted angrily to the Environmental Protection Agency's...
3 Jul 2020 | John McGarrity
France looks likely to increase the amount of subsidy on offer for drivers in the country to convert their petrol cars to an E85 blend of (85% ethanol, 15% petrol)...
3 Jul 2020 | John McGarrity
The EU and its member states should phase out the use of crude palm oil and related wastes well before 2023...
1 Jul 2020 | John McGarrity
Extending the EU’s emissions trading scheme to cover road transport would fail to shrink the sector’s huge carbon footprint...
1 Jul 2020 | John McGarrity
French industrial gas producer Air Liquide said on Wednesday it will build the first high-pressure hydrogen refueling station in Europe...
1 Jul 2020 | Reese Ewing
Brazil registered its first carbon credit sales in June, but even before trading got off the ground the Energy Ministry has slashed...
30 Jun 2020 | John McGarrity
US biofuels groups on Tuesday gave a broad welcome to plans for a nationwide transport fuels credit market along the lines of California’s low carbon fuels standard...
29 Jun 2020 | John McGarrity
Road transport should be exempt from a big hike in carbon prices that the UK should implement during the current decade, a...
29 Jun 2020 | John McGarrity
The UK government wants to encourage a faster shift from diesel-powered vans to battery-powered commercial vehicles in response to an e-commerce boom that has prompted a spike in deliveries, particulate emissions...
29 Jun 2020 | John McGarrity
The introduction of an E10 petrol grade in UK is by no means a done deal and will require many more steps at a policy level before a big scale-up in the UK’s...
29 Jun 2020 | Tim Worledge
A US Senator representing Iowa, the country’s biggest corn and soybean-growing state, blocked the appointment of a former energy executive as deputy administrator...
28 Jun 2020 | Richard Weyndling
Soy-based biodiesel has been targeted by a Spanish NGO in a campaign launched last week that aims to remove the product from the list of renewable fuels
The UK may be reliant on large volumes of US-produced ethanol to meet any future E10 blending mandate at the same time that...
25 Jun 2020 | Sean Bartlett
The UK government is to consult with industry and other stakeholders in the country's biofuels scheme on an increase ...
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