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Washington bill aims to make SAF available for use in private jets

February 6, 2024

BY Erin Voegele

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Cepsa, Bio-Oils begin construction on biorefinery in Spain

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Cepsa and Bio-Oils, a subsidiary of Apical, are beginning construction of the largest second-generation biofuels plant in southern Europe. The facility will have the flexibly produce 500,000 tons of SAF and renewable diesel.

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