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Biofuels

University researchers raise a toast to biofuel prospects

US university researchers have discovered new uses for the waste byproducts of beer brewing including food proteins and biofuels. Craft brewing has increased in popularity in recent years with the […]

Eni’s new treatment plant begins operations

Eni’s new plant has begun production of biodiesel, bio-naphtha, bioLPG and biojet fuel. The Eni biorefinery in Gela uses up to 100% of the biomass from used cooking oil and […]

Repsol on board with aviation biofuels

Repsol has accomplished the manufacture of the Spanish market’s first batch of aviation biofuels. The milestone allows the company to advance in the manufacturing of low-carbon fuels for industries such as […]

GoodFuels supports EU’s RED II

GoodFuels has added its backing to the RED II initiative saying it was in favour of directives that stimulate renewables over fossil fuels. Johannes Schürmann, of GoodFuels, says his company thinks it […]

New UK statistics reveal biofuels boost

The UK government has announced that 2,351 million litres of liquid biofuels were used in transport last year, which was an increase of 24% on the year before. In 2018, […]