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EIA increases 2022 ethanol production forecast

August 10, 2021

BY Erin Voegele

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UK confirms plans to set SAF mandate at 2% for 2025

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By Erin Voegele

13 hours ago

MarketsPolicySustainable Aviation Fuels

The U.K. Department for Transport on July 22 sent a written statement to the U.K. Parliament confirming that, subject to Parliamentary approval, the agency will introduce a sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) mandate starting on Jan. 1, 2025.

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The European Biodiesel Board, representing the European producers of biodiesel (HVO & FAME), has successfully obtained provisional anti-dumping duties in its trade case against Chinese biodiesel flooding the EU market.

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Boeing has released guidance to defense customers that company-built military aircraft can operate on sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) at currently approved limits of up to 50% blend with conventional fuel.

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The U.S. EPA on July 18 announced it has reached a settlement with Lupton Petroleum Products Inc., and its affiliate Brad Hall Associates Inc., for violations of the Clean Air Act’s conventional and renewable fuel requirements.

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The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration has launched $1 billion fiscal year (FY) 2025 funding opportunity that could help U.S. airports develop infrastructure to increase access to sustainable aviation fuel (SAF).

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