Sustainable biofuels for the airline industry are just around the corner, say two suppliers that already have conducted successful inflight demonstrations.
Sustainable biofuels for the airline industry are just around the corner, say two suppliers that already have conducted successful inflight demonstrations. Montana-based renewable fuels company Sustainable Oils, whose parent company Targeted Growth will present at the ATW-Leeham Co. Eco Aviation Conference in Washington May 26-28, says its lifecycle analysis of jet fuel created from camelina seeds developed by the company shows that the renewable fuel reduces carbon emissions by 84% compared ...
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