Biofuels

Brazilian airline Gol to make first international commercial flights with newly approved aviation biofuel

International flights from Florida to São Paulo using Amyris-Total sugarcane-derived renewable biofueljet

EPA finalizes RFS rules establishing new pathways

Two final rules establish new fuel pathways and quality assurance plan

Coffee biodiesel properties differ little despite varieties used

'If scaled up, we think coffee biodiesel has great potential as a sustainable fuel source', researchers said

Renewable jet fuel developed in Brazil is ready for use in commercial aviation

Total & Amyris biojetfuel meets newly updated ASTM standard for jet A/A1

EU Energy Council approves its final first-reading Common Position on ILUC

EBB welcomes final agreement on legislative proposal

Ceres begins field evaluations of its biotech traits in sugarcane

Evaluations will be managed by a South American sugarcane developer

U.S. Navy opens solicitation for 37 million gallons of biofuel

only two biofuel pathways have been tested and qualified for use in Navy and Marine Corps aircraft, ships, vehicles and equipment

Mauritian sugar farmers squeezed by low prices as bagasse and ethanol become popular by-products

Farmer Salil Roy believes sugar cane is a victim of its own success

Pentagon paid $150 per gallon for 'green' jet fuel to promote alternative energy

Alternative jet fuels aren’t cheap because there is still a need to develop a viable market

EPA reduces the 2013 cellulosic RFS to reflect actual production

The American Fuel and Petrochemicals Manufacturers and the American Petroleum Institute requestedreconsideration of the cellulosic requirements