Biofuels – Page 6

  • TFG Marine supplied 750 mt of B30 VLSFO bunker fuel to the Beks Ceyda bulk carrier in the Port of Rotterdam
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    Western Bulk buys first carbon offset biofuel

    2022-02-08T10:23:00Z

    Western Bulk has taken delivery of its first carbon offset bio-blend bunker fuel (B30) from TFG Marine.

  • The energy major entered into a long-term offtake agreement with Nuseed for the production of sustainable biofuels in February 2022.
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    Bp acquires stake in biofuels producer

    2022-02-04T16:14:00Z

    bp has acquired a 30% stake in Green Biofuels (GBF), the UK’s largest provider of hydrogenated vegetable oil (HVO), and will work with the company to help decarbonise businesses across the construction, freight, off-road, and marine industries.

  • A US-based developer of low-carbon fuels has launched a bio-methanol product for the commercial marine market.
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    Biofuels manufacturer enters the marine market with bio-methanol

    2022-01-20T10:39:00Z

    WasteFuel, a California-based developer of low-carbon biofuels, has launched WasteFuel Marine, a renewable fuel solution for the shipping sector. WasteFuel Marine’s initial product will be bio-methanol for container ships.

  • The analysis highlighted the need for more electrolysis plants, such as Air Products' installation for thyssenkrupp (pictured), to create hydrogen as feedstock for Power-to-X fuels
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    Modelling suggests biofuels first then ammonia for climate-neutral shipping

    2022-01-10T11:00:00Z

    Analysis by researchers from the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) indicates that the cheapest solution for reducing emissions from the shipping industry is initially to use green fuels produced from sustainable biomass - first in the form of pyrolysis oil and then in the form of bio-e-methanol. Ammonia is optimally ...

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    TotalEnergies Marine Fuels offers perspective on marine fuels

    2021-12-10T14:16:00Z

    TotalEnergies Marine Fuels has published a white paper to offer insights for ship operators and owners seeking to manage the energy transition in their own fleet over the short to long term. La Mède biorefinery in Provence, France, which was converted from a conventional refinery in 2019.