Biofuels Could Account For 1% Of All Commercial Jet Fuel By 2015, Says Boeing

By Graham Warwick
Source: Aviation Daily

“There is a maturity that was not there a couple of years ago,” he says, citing as an example the report’s recommendation that master limited partnerships—an investment structure and tax regime now limited to the conventional petroleum industry—be allowed for renewable fuels.

“We have done regional studies in Australia, Mexico, and one in Brazil we have just completed, and in each case we learn something more,” Glover says. “Each one increases the momentum towards the longer-term goal” of reducing aviation’s carbon footprint and dependence on fossil fuel.


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