Blog Posts - Bio-fuel



Study shows Africa’s Agri-sector boosted by China

China is deepening its involvement in agriculture in Africa and Cabo Verde (Cape Verde) and Guinea-Bissau are to benefit from this diversification of cooperation, according to a survey of... This is a content summary only. Visit www.cp-africa.com fo...

South Africa: Energy Rich Tobacco to Offer Airlines Sustainable Fuel

Famers in South Africa harvest their first energy rich tobacco plants, a first step in producing sustainable bio-fuel for the aviation industry...
by Accidental TravelWriter on Dec 11, 2014

The EPA is not the Federal Reserve of oil markets

Energy market pricing behavior seems contrary to the relationship between supply and demand. The oddly behaving RIN market is an intermediate factor that influences gasoline prices for automobiles. RIN (Renewable Identification Numbers) should be dec...
by Ellie Asks Why on Oct 13, 2014

The EPA is not the Federal Reserve of oil markets

Energy market pricing behavior seems contrary to the relationship between supply and demand. The oddly behaving RIN market is an intermediate factor that influences gasoline prices for automobiles. RIN (Renewable Identification Numbers) should be dec...
by Ellie Asks Why on Oct 13, 2014

Boeing and GOL Airlines to collaborate on aviation biofuels in Brazil

By BA StaffBoeing and Brazil's GOL Linhas Aereas Inteligentes S.A. will work together to speed the research, development and approval of new sources of sustainable aviation biofuel in Brazil. Their collaboration will support GOL's plans to use this l...
by Bangalore Aviation on Nov 18, 2013

Boeing, South African Airways launch sustainable aviation biofuel effort in Southern Africa

By BA StaffBoeing and South African Airways (SAA) announced that they will work together to develop and implement a sustainable aviation biofuel supply chain in Southern Africa, a first for the continent. Courtesy of BoeingThe companies signed a Me...
by Bangalore Aviation on Oct 15, 2013

Rostec and Airbus launch Russian sustainable aviation fuels at MAKS

Airbus and Rostec Group have signed a cooperation agreement at the MAKS air show in Moscow to work together on analyzing Russian feedstock with an eye at expanding Russian sustainable fuels for aviation. Find more details below.28th August 2013Airbus...
by Bangalore Aviation on Aug 28, 2013

Kayu, Buah dan Getah Nyamplung Semua Bermanfaat

Nyamplung (Calophyllum spp) berpotensi besar untuk dikembangkan di Indonesia Selain kayu, buah dan getahnya dapat dimanfaatkan sebagai bahan baku energi cair juga sebagai bahan farmasiBuah NyamplungNyamplung (Calophyllum inophyllum L.) termasuk salah...
by proclaro on Oct 16, 2012

Gemasolar Power Plant: First Plant to produce electricity at night.

Crude oil is one of the biggest sources of energy generation in the world. But there are only a few countries around the world who have enriched oil resources. All the other countries have to import oil to meet the requirements of energy, which of co...
by Finding Neverland on Sep 5, 2012

Nippon Cargo Airlines takes delivery of first Boeing 747-8 freighter

Tokyo Narita based Nippon Cargo Airlines (NCA), became the first Japanese operator of the 747-8 Freighter. The airline currently operates eight 747-400 Freighters with two 747-400 Freighters on lease with other airlines. The environmentally focuse...
by Bangalore Aviation on Jul 27, 2012

First Boeing 787 Dreamliner green bio-fuel flight underway

ANA9397 the delivery flight of a brand new All Nippon Airways (ANA) Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner is making aviation history as it flies to its destination, Tokyo's Haneda airport, today.Image courtesy FlightAwareIt is the first time a 787 Dreamliner has f...
by Bangalore Aviation on Apr 17, 2012

Why every major city should have an LO2P

In August last year the winner of the eVolo’s 2011 Skyscraper Competition was announced and it couldn’t have gone to a more worthy project. The LO2P is one of the most forward thinking buildings ever designed, aiming to cleanse one of the worlds...
by Planethopia on Mar 8, 2012


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