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US government may delay decision on electric vehicles biofuel program

The U.S. government could delay a decision on giving EV manufacturers tradable credits under a renewable fuel scheme, due to concern about legal challenges to the plan.


Hydrocarbon Processing Staff: Rhodes, Mike

For organizations to secure their operations and reduce cyber threats, a successful cybersecurity strategy requires solutions to secure endpoints—any device that is connected to a network outside of its firewall, including laptops, human-machine interfaces (HMIs), switches, Internet of Things (IoT) devices and more.

Business Trends: In uncertain times, how can industry balance energy security, sustainability and affordability?

FT Longitude: FT Longitude

What happened in 2022 has challenged assumptions about the energy transition.

Real-time monitoring of creep damage for fired equipment tubes, employing advanced web platforms

ExxonMobil Technology and Engineering Co.: Lindblade, M.  |  Ray, C.  |  Lee, H. S.

Within the petrochemical industry, fired heater tubes and boilers experience high tube metal temperatures (TMTs) for extended periods of time.

Finland's Neste misses first-quarter earnings estimates, warns of market volatility

Finland's Neste on Friday posted weaker than expected first-quarter operating earnings and said forecasting both biofuels and oil sales margins will continue to be difficult owing to market volatility.

US ethanol industry expands focus to lower-carbon aviation sector

The U.S. ethanol industry is lobbying the Biden administration to ensure lower-carbon aviation fuel made from ethanol will qualify for subsidies under the Inflation Reduction Act, arguing such provisions are crucial to meeting U.S. climate goals.

Japan's Cosmo to keep current refining capacity at least until 2030

Cosmo Energy Holdings Co Ltd plans to keep the current refining capacity at least until 2030 despite an expected fall in gasoline demand in Japan due to aging population and higher sales of electric vehicles.

Jet2 invests in sustainable fuel plant as airlines seek to meet 2030 targets

Britain's Jet2 said it has invested in a sustainable aviation fuel production plant in northern England, as airlines jostle to secure supplies of the green fuel ahead of 2030 targets.

EU agrees binding green fuel targets for aviation

The European Union has agreed a deal to set binding targets for airlines in Europe to increase their use of sustainable aviation fuels, in an attempt to kickstart a market for green fuels and start curbing the aviation sector's carbon footprint.

HIF Global receives environmental permit authorizing, construction and operation at first U.S. eFuels facility

HIF Global announced receipt of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality Air Quality Permit authorizing the construction and operation of the HIF Matagorda eFuels facility in Matagorda County, Texas.