Bioenergy in the News

The B.C. Centre for Innovation and Clean Energy (CICE) Released a New Report: The Potential for Methane Pyrolysis in B.C. report

The report provides a techno-economic and environmental analysis that explores opportunities for low-carbon hydrogen in B.C. and discovers key drivers and barriers, opportunities for innovation, and how to leverage B.C.’s energy infrastructure to accelerate decarbonization. Key takeaways of the report include: Methane pyrolysis provides a cost-effective, low carbon intensity hydrogen production method that could result …

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Clean Fuel Regulations (CFR) Update: Information Bulletin on Verification Body (VB) Accreditation

Background Verification Requirement: Under section 137 of the CFR, any application or report related to clean fuels must be verified by an accredited VB. Accreditation What is Accreditation?: Accreditation ensures that a VB has the necessary expertise, procedures, and organizational skills to provide reliable verification services. This process is based on standards set by independent …

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Renewable Industries Canada (RICanada) Has ‘Mixed Reaction’ to Ottawa’s $776 Million in Funding for Clean Fuels

RICanada expressed “mixed reactions” to the recent federal budget. While it applauds the allocation of $776 million to a retooled Clean Fuels Funding program aimed at bolstering renewable diesel, sustainable aviation fuel (SAF), and renewable natural gas, RICanada expresses “serious concern” over the apparent exclusion of ethanol from supported biofuel categories and highlights the importance …

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New Carbon Dioxide Removal Project Announced in Saskatchewan

The Meadow Lake Tribal Council (MLTC) and Carbon Alpha are teaming up to build the North Star Project near Meadow Lake. North Star builds upon the existing MLTC Bioenergy Centre by adding carbon capture and storage. The bioenergy centre generates renewable power fuelled entirely by waste biomass, such as bark and sawdust, from MLTC’s integrated sawmill and sustainably …

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Air New Zealand Inks Its Largest Deal for SAF

Air New Zealand and Neste signed an agreement for nine million litres of neat Neste MY Sustainable Aviation Fuel™. This deal represents the largest purchase of SAF from Neste by any airline outside North America and Europe, with delivery scheduled before the end of 2024. ‍Read More Here

Neste Supplying SAF to Emirates for Flights from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol

Neste commenced supplying SAF to Emirates at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, expanding upon the partnership announced by the two companies in October last year, with over 6,000 tons (2 million gallons) of blended SAF scheduled for supply into the airport’s fueling system throughout 2024. Read More Here

Desert Jet Partners with Titan Aviation Fuels to Offer SAF at Its KTRM FBO

Desert Jet, the premier full-service business aviation company in Greater Palm Springs, California, proudly announces its latest sustainability initiative. The company has partnered with TITAN Aviation Fuels to establish a supply of Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) at its flagship FBO, Desert Jet Center at KTRM, and will utilize SAF for its charter aircraft fleet. Read …

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