A new research project is exploring ammonia’s potential as a sustainable fuel and a good solution for “storing” green power from wind turbines and solar cells.
The Parliament of Finland has voted in favour of a law to increase the share of biofuels in road traffic to 30% by 2029.
EIA’s analysis indicates that the price effects that result from implementing the new IMO standard will be most acute in 2020 and will diminish over time.
As the EPA finalises ethanol volumes for 2019 and biodiesel volumes for 2020 under the Renewable Fuel Standard, the American Petroleum Institute urged the agency to protect consumers from the ethanol blendwall and to continue to reject efforts by some to reallocate volumes from small refinery exemptions.
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According to ‘Five-Year Global Fuels Outlook’, when implemented in 2020 the sulfur cap will lead to a 1.0 million bpd increase in demand for marine gasoil and a 900 000 bpd decline in residual bunker fuel consumption.
The International Maritime Organization’s 0.5% sulfur cap is due to come into effect on 1 January 2020.
A survey by Deloitte suggests that switching to LNG is the preferred solution for shipping companies to adopt in order to meet the IMO’s emissions standards for marine bunker fuels.
Hydrogenious Technologies’ solution and Clariant’s catalysts present a safer, more efficient alternative for storing and transporting very large amounts of clean hydrogen from renewable sources.