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Neste Renewable Fuels Oy (nesteoil.com)
- Comment period closes 5 June 2013
Neste Renewable Fuels Oy will convert camelina oil to renewable jet fuel at the Porvoo Refinery, Finland.
Location/Region: Porvoo, Finland
Feedstock/Biofuel: Camelina to Renewable Jet Fuel
May 2013 -New RSB Members: AgSri and Nippon Biodiesel Fuel
The RSB (www.rsb.org) welcomes AgSri and NBF as members of RSB Chamber 1 and looks forward to a fruitful collaboration!
AgSri is innovating, packaging, implementing and scaling farm-based technologies that are inherently farmer friendly and ecologically sustainable such as Sustainable Sugarcane Initiative (SSI) and System of Rice Intensification (SRI), which have successfully demonstrated their potential to increase 10 percent yields per acre, is less expensive to farmers and uses less fertilizers. AgSri approach increases rural employment and converts the labour to more productive gains. Its crop and water management technologies impact soil fertility, water saving and climate change without any extra investments. Read More
Nippon Biodiesel Fuels Co. Ltd (NBF)
NBF Ltd is a japanese company specialised in production, importing and marketing of vegetable oils, biodiesel and printer ink solvents. NBF also conducts research and development on vegetable oils, cultivation of energy crops (jatropha), oils extraction and refining of energy crops, as well as marketing od derivative products related to trading of emissions quotas. Read More
Amyris applied its proprietary technologies to process sugarcane syrup into a biojet fuel intermediary component
Amyris Brasil Ltda.(www.amyris.com)
- Comment period closes 27 May 2013
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Location/Region: Brotas, São Paulo, Brazil
Feedstock/Biofuel: Sugar Syrup to Renewable Jet Fuel
May 2013 -NRDC Releases Aviation Biofuel Sustainability Report
The Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) released their Aviation Biofuel Sustainability Survey. NRDC says the aviation industry has a responsibility to use only sustainably certified biofuels to reshape the supply chain. “To assess the current state of aviation biofuel sustainability certification, and to support the use of certification in the aviation fuel supply chain, NRDC has generated its inaugural Aviation Biofuel Sustainability Survey. The survey provides analysis focused on airlines that have used, or are making public claims of plans to use, biofuels in their operations, and evaluates them on their actions in using and promoting sustainably produced biofuels in their sourcing activities.” Download the complete report here.
- Comment period closes 22 May 2013 -
May 2013 – European Traceability Requirements for Yellow Grease and Other Waste Oils Webinar
RSB Services and SCS Global Services are hosting a free webinar for rendering and waste oil companies who are interested in selling into the UK market. The webinar will include a description of the procedures and documentation that will be required by international traders to sell into the UK market. While the focus of this webinar will be on the UK market, requirements for other EU countries will also be touched upon. For more details click here or go to: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4870697223019670016
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- Comment period closes 8 May 2013 -
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LanzaTech, Inc. (www.lanzatech.com)
- Comment period closes 8 May 2013
LanzaTech Inc has applied for certification of their demonstration plant to the RSB Global Standard. The plant, situated in Tangshan City, China uses microbes to convert waste gas to bioethanol by fermentation.
Location/Region: Tangshan City, China
Feedstock/Biofuel: Bioethanol from Industrial Wastes/Residues