Wednesday, July 26, 2017

[biofuelwatch] Canada aviation biofuel plans - forest 'residue', carinata





Canadian airlines say Canada has potential to become biofuel supeorpower - using forest 'residue', agricultural crops and consumer waste.
Research scientist from Natural Resources Canada's Canmet Energy group says millions of tonnes of forest residue - branches, bark and scraps could be used.
Agrisoma Biosciences announced long-term agreement with biorefiner UPM of Finland to expand use of carinata oilseed crop


http://www.660news.com/2017/07/25/canadian-airlines-aiming-to-become-a-biofuel-superpower-reduce-carbon-footprint/




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