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EIA increases ethanol production forecasts for 2021, 2022

July 7, 2021

BY Erin Voegele

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Neste’s new terminal capacity in Houston expands availability of SAF

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By Neste Corp.

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Neste has commissioned terminal capacity at ONEOK’s terminal in Houston for blending and storing its SAF. Neste now has approximately 33.6 million gallons of SAF storage capacity at the facility with direct connection to pipeline infrastructure.

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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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