The changing landscape of recycling waste and biofuel development.
Tag: bio fuels
European automaker body ACEA has called for the latest Euro-emissions standards to be delayed for six months due to COVID; a European coalition explores new energy source development and China looks to tighten post-COVID emissions regs.
China is set to produce cellulosic ethanol despite freezing plans for ethanol-containing gasoline.
Larvae feeding on human waste, and old tyres and plastics are creating the latest biolubes and fuels in the Southern Hemisphere.
Global Bioenergies has revealed a breakthrough in biofuel development that could overcome "blend wall" limits.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)'s Renewable Fuel Standard is proposing ambitious increases in fuel production.
New scientific research has shown that biofuel-to-hydrocarbon conversion is possible without turning ethanol to ethylene.
Research has revealed the three-dimensional structure and mechanism of action of a key enzyme used in bio-fuel production.
ArcelorMittal SA plans to use waste gases from its steel operations to produce low-carbon fuel for vehicles.
DB Export in New Zealand has created a biofuel from leftover yeast from brewing beer.