Social enterprise collecting used cooking oil to kickstart vehicles into alternative fuel market
Montreal-based Enerkem signed deal with AkzoNobel to licence waste-to-biochemicals technology for use in Europe
Using 100,000 tonnes of waste, Enerkem can produce 38 million litres of biofuel, enough to fill 400,000 cars per year
Biofuels and chemicals facility will have production capacity of as much as 38 million litres per year
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The federal government is soliciting proposals for how it might use biofuels to replace traditional diesel
BEIJING—The head of the global airline industry group says airlines need government support to lower the cost of biofuels and make them commercially viable. The chief executive of the International Air Transport Association, Tony Tyler, said airlines have shown planes…