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Neste enables Swedish airport and Västflyg airline to become the world's firsts to use SAF on all flights

Trollhättan-Vänersborg Airport in the southwestern part of Sweden, will be the first airport in the world to offer only blended sustainable aviation fuel for all aircraft refueling at the airport, which will significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions of departing flights.

The sustainable aviation fuel entrepreneurs poised for takeoff

Sustainable aviation fuel had a bumper year in 2022, with production soaring to at least 300 million liters, up 200% on the previous year, according to the International Air Transport Association.

India's May fuel consumption soars on robust manufacturing

India's fuel consumption surged in May with diesel sales scaling a record high, buoyed by strong factory activity in the third-largest oil consumer in the world.

Germany triggers EU investigation into Chinese biofuels

Germany has asked the European Commission to investigate the flow of allegedly fraudulent biofuels into the European Union, a spokesperson for the German Environment Ministry said, stepping up scrutiny on trade in the fuel that has rattled the industry.

Aramco, ENI, United Airlines invest in UK-based low-carbon fuel venture

The venture units of oil firms Saudi Aramco and Italy's ENI have joined the world's largest passenger carrier United Airlines to invest in British start-up OXCCU's efforts to slash the prohibitively high cost of lower-carbon aviation fuel.

U.S. EPA to remove proposed EV volumes from biofuel blending rule

The Biden administration will abandon a proposal to include the electric vehicle industry in the U.S. biofuel blending program and withdraw potentially billions of dollars worth of tradable credits that had been attributed to the scheme.

Airlines urge co-operation to help curb emissions

Airlines called for co-operation on a broad front to reach "very tough" emission targets and pledged at the end of a three-day summit to release interim climate targets next year.

Rio Tinto's California mine shifts trucks to run on renewable diesel

Rio Tinto Plc said it has converted trucks and other heavy equipment at its California mine to run on renewable diesel, reducing carbon dioxide emissions by 45,000 tons per year, or roughly the equivalent of 9,600 cars.

Global airlines target Europe over green policies

Airlines took aim at Europe over green fuel mandates and its failures to stem France's air traffic control strikes as they weigh on carrier capacities at a global airlines meeting in Istanbul.

Malaysia Aviation Group inks sustainable aviation fuel deal with Petronas Dagangan

Malaysia Aviation Group has signed a sustainable aviation fuel offtake agreement with Petronas Dagangan, as part of efforts to develop the green fuel on a commercial scale in Malaysia, the two firms said.