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Comet Biorefining to build biomass sugar plant in Ontario

February 17, 2016

BY Comet Biorefining Inc.

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Boeing provides guidance on SAF usage for defense aircraft

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Boeing has released guidance to defense customers that company-built military aircraft can operate on sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) at currently approved limits of up to 50% blend with conventional fuel.

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The U.S. EPA on July 18 announced it has reached a settlement with Lupton Petroleum Products Inc., and its affiliate Brad Hall Associates Inc., for violations of the Clean Air Act’s conventional and renewable fuel requirements.

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The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration has launched $1 billion fiscal year (FY) 2025 funding opportunity that could help U.S. airports develop infrastructure to increase access to sustainable aviation fuel (SAF).

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Amp Americas on July 22 announced the completion of a project that converts dairy waste into RNG at Darlington Ridge Farms in Darlington, Wisconsin. The facility is the latest of Amp Americas’ 12 operating digesters.

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Cargill has surpassed the 50% completion milestone in the construction of its new canola facility located in West Regina, Saskatchewan. The new facility will produce canola oil for food and biofuels markets and canola meal for animal feed.

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