Enerkem has produced a new high-performance biofuel that could improve the octane rating of fuels sold on the market and reduce their carbon footprint.
ENVIA Energy hopes to generate approximately 100 000 D7 RINs per month from its Oklahoma City plant.
The European Commission has approved a €4.7 billion public support scheme for the production and distribution of advanced biofuels in Italy.
UPM and ZERO are cooperating to enhance knowledge of sustainable fossil-free bioproducts and promote renewable fuels for transportation.
The plant was constructed in 129 days and began producing biogas on the island of Bantayan in December last year.
ENVIA Energy believes that fuel produced at its Oklahoma City GTL plant has met the necessary requirements to be submitted for qualification under the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) in the US.
Enerkem’s waste-to-biofuel facility has received US EPA approval to sell its ethanol under the US Renewable Fuel Standard.
Based on positive findings, ExxonMobil and REG have agreed to extend their research programme on converting cellulosic sugars into biodiesel.