Spanish port rolls out biofuels for ferries


Source: Port of Algeciras

Biofuels produced from agricultural waste will fuel passenger ships from the Spanish port of Algeciras across the Strait of Gibraltar.

It is the first time that Spanish passenger vessels have used this kind of fuel, which is known as second-generation biofuel, produced by oil and gas firm Cepsa.

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