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Exxon Mobil Corp. will get help from the U.S. government in paying for clean up costs at two refineries that produced billions of gallons of aviation fuel for allied forces during World War II and the Korean War.
Demand for biofuels in the aviation and marine industries has expanded rapidly in recent years, a new report finds.
United Airlines on Tuesday announced it has committed to buy at least 15 million gallons of renewable jet fuel for use on flights out of its Los Angeles hub, marking a potentially major breakthrough in the commercial aviation industry’s quest to pare carbon dioxide emissions.
A jumbo jet powered by fuel made from oily nuts made a two-hour test flight Friday as part of a U.S.-Chinese renewable energy partnership.
The House of Representatives voted Monday to bar U.S. airlines from participating in the European Union’s emissions-trading scheme.
Aviation biofuel”: A breakthrough The airline industry has traditionally been wary of adopting alternative fuels, and it’s fair to say, with good reason. An electric car that travels less than its advertised range could create some inconvenience and would ultimately send engineers back to the drawing board. But no one wants to even to think […]