Tagged With Transport fuel
Outlook 2023: Making net-zero aviation possible
26 December 2022
Sustainable fuels will be a key solution to reaching a 1.5°C aligned path for aviation
Alfanar confirms $1.3bn UK SAF project
18 March 2022
Saudi group to start construction next year on Teesside plant to produce sustainable aviation fuel from household and commercial waste
Sustainable aviation fuels face headwinds
9 February 2022
Limited financing and competition for feedstocks among challenges for fuel, which can be dropped in without need for retrofits, aviation sector executives say
UK opens ‘call for ideas’ on low-carbon fuel strategy
8 February 2022
The country’s transport department aims to assess economic and environmental impact of increasing supply and demand
China targets commercial fleets in new green transport plan
28 January 2022
Five-year plan calls for more NEV deployment in fleets of urban buses, taxis and logistics vehicles by 2025
ExxonMobil invests in Norwegian biofuels firm Biojet
12 January 2022
Deal includes offtake agreement for wood-based biofuels for transport applications from new production facilities northwest of Oslo
Outlook 2022: Maritime can decarbonise with methanol
17 December 2021
The industry faces challenges in adopting new technologies, but methanol could offer a near-term solution
Faster switch to clean methanol needed
17 November 2021
Industry must accelerate development of green and blue production routes as transport sector demand rises, conference speakers say
UK includes aviation and shipping in emissions targets
21 October 2021
The country’s recently published Net Zero Strategy aims to reduce transport emissions by 22-33pc by 2030 and 46-59pc by 2035 compared with 2019 levels
Canada latest to announce future halt to ICE vehicle sales
5 July 2021
Phase-outs began at subnational levels and have grown to reach national commitments in various regions
US fuel economy standards set for major shift
11 February 2021
President Biden is very likely to at least partially reinstate Obama-era Cafe standards while California is on the verge of regaining the ability to set its own standards
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