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13 Apr 2021 | John McGarrity
Belgium intends to ban soyoil and palm oil in biodiesel consumed in the country as part of measures that will come into force between mid-2022 and the end of 2023...
12 Apr 2021 | Richard Weyndling
Spain’s lower house of parliament last week approved a long-awaited climate change law that includes amendments that extend targets for biofuels, e-fuels, hydrogen and biogas...
12 Apr 2021 | John McGarrity
UK demand for biodiesel and ethanol held up during the final quarter of 2020 despite much of the country being subject to...
9 Apr 2021 | Reese Ewing
Brazil’s Energy Ministry said late Friday it will cut the biodiesel blend mandate to 10% from 13%, after hydrocarbons agency ANP earlier...
2 Apr 2021 | John McGarrity
French energy major Total has been ordered by a French court to review its impact study on the use of palm oil at its La Mede refinery near Marseilles, although the company retained its operating licence...
26 Mar 2021 | Sean Bartlett
The UK’s government has proposed to raise the overall renewables mandate by 1.5 percentage points next year and then add a further 1.0-3.5 points by the year 2032...
24 Mar 2021 | John McGarrity
The largest political party in the German parliament this week backed an enhanced role for conventional and advanced biofuels...
24 Mar 2021 | John McGarrity
Exports of biodiesel from southeast Asia to Europe will remain subdued this year, commodities producers and analysts told an...
23 Mar 2021 | John McGarrity
A new scheme to provide assurance for high-blend renewable fuels was launched in the UK on Tuesday in order to provide...
22 Mar 2021 | John McGarrity
An acceleration of low carbon liquid biofuels in EU transport was favoured by nearly three quarters of respondents to a...
19 Mar 2021 | John McGarrity
Hungarian oil firm Mol this week started its first-ever large-scale biofuel production at its Danube Refinery, where it is pursuing the co-processing route...
17 Mar 2021 | John McGarrity
Blockchain technology can support an affordable system of traceability for biofuels and their feedstocks, according to a case study released ...
15 Mar 2021 | John McGarrity
Moves towards low carbon fuel standards gained traction last week in Minnesota – a major producer of soybean and soy-based biodiesel as well as ethanol – as more states consider adopting a California-style system...
15 Mar 2021 | John McGarrity
The UK intends to build thousands of hydrogen and electric buses by the middle of this decade and consult on phasing out of diesel-powered models...
12 Mar 2021 | John McGarrity
Europe’s producers of waste-based biodiesel have claimed that an extra 1 million tonnes of CO2 a year would be emitted if the European Commission enables....
8 Mar 2021 | John McGarrity
Canadian and US biofuels groups have set out what they want from a nationwide Clean Fuels Standard that has been drafted by federal government agencies in Ottawa...
8 Mar 2021 | John McGarrity
The maritime sector accounted for just under a third of the renewable fuels that claimed compliance credits in the Netherlands last year, newly-updated data shows....
5 Mar 2021 | John McGarrity
Europe’s primary certification body for biofuels and their feedstocks, the ISCC has effectively blocked Netherlands-based...
5 Mar 2021 | Sean Bartlett
Statistics released by the German government this week showed biofuel consumption up 14.2% on the year in 2020, or ...
4 Mar 2021 | John McGarrity
A widespread adoption of high blend renewable fuels could cut UK carbon emissions by almost 50 million tonnes in heavy-duty vehicles...
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