Embraer and GE Aviation concluded a series of biofuel test flights in Brazil aboard a CF34-8E-powered E-170. One of the aircraft's two engines was powered by a 50/50 blend of camelina-derived hydroprocessed esters and fatty acids (HEFA), provided by Honeywell UOP, and Jet-A. ASTM International's committee on petroleum products and lubricants in June provisionally approved a new specification for hydroprocessed renewable jet fuels (ATW Daily News, July 8). “This series of ...

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