Ethanol demand may get a boost next year as theUS paves a path for ethanol-derived sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) and the potential for permanent year-round sales of 15pc ethanol gasoline (E15) in the US midcontinent.
Tidewater Renewables’ HDRD Complex in Prince George, B.C., produced its first renewable diesel on Oct. 22 and, as of Nov. 7, has progressed to commercial operations.
ExxonMobil licenses fluid bed methanol-to-gasoline technology to Aramco for synthetic fuel demonstration plant in NEOM, Saudi Arabia
ExxonMobil Catalysts and Licensing LLC has licensed its advanced fluid bed Methanol-to-Gasoline technology to Aramco for a demonstration scale unit to be located in NEOM’s Hydrogen Innovation and Development Center (HIDC).
The federal government’s long-promised clean fuel regulations will take effect across Canada. Here are five things to know about what they are, how they will affect you and why they are different from the carbon price.
British Columbia’s clean fuel goals and vision of a low-carbon future have come into sharper focus now that Canada’s first stand-alone renewable diesel refinery has completed construction and will soon begin production.
Provectus Biofuels Inc. is pleased to announce the signing of a partnership agreement with the Tsay Keh Dene Nation
Provectus Biofuels, Inc. is pleased to announce that we have signed a partnership agreement with the Tsay Keh Dene Nation. The name of the new partnership is called the Sekani Biofuels Limited Partnership.
Shell Petroleum NV, a wholly owned subsidiary of Shell plc, has reached an agreement with Davidson Kempner Capital Management LP, Pioneer Point Partners and Sampension to acquire 100 per cent shareholding of Nature Energy Biogas A/S for nearly USD $2 billion.
The American government expects biofuel producers to be making more renewable diesel than biodiesel by this fall.
Renewable diesel production is expected to overtake biodiesel production in the United States in October, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration.
<strong>USA BioEnergy Announces First Advanced Biorefinery in Bon Wier, Texas After Receiving $150M in State and Local Incentives</strong>
USA BioEnergy through its subsidiary, Texas Renewable Fuels (TRF), is pleased to announce the development of an advanced biorefinery that will convert 1M green tons of wood waste into 34M gallons annually of premium clean burning transportation fuel including Sustainable Aviation Fuel, Renewable Diesel and Renewable Naphtha.
ExxonMobil is expanding its interests in biofuels that can help reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the transportation sector, acquiring a 49.9% stake in Biojet AS, a Norwegian biofuels company that plans to convert forestry and wood-based construction waste into lower-emissions biofuels and biofuel components.