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9. Air China, Boeing and Partners Conduct Biofuel Flight
Air China, Boeing, and Chinese and U.S. aviation energy partners have conducted Chinas first sustainable biofuel flight. The two-hour mainland flight which took off from Beijing Capital International Airport late last week was witnessed by officials from both countries and highlights the viability of using sustainable aviation biofuel sourced in China.
10. Lufthansa Launches Six-Month Biofuel Trial on Scheduled Flights
Lufthansa has launched a six-month biofuel trial on regular scheduled flights. A Lufthansa Airbus A321 with the registration D-AIDG will fly the Hamburg-Frankfurt-Hamburg route four times daily. One of its engines will run on a 50/50 mix of regular fuel and biosynthetic kerosene. The biofuel for jet engines has been approved by the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM).
11. Transforming China's Gutter Oil into Aviation Biofuel
Boeing and Commercial Aircraft Corp. of China (COMAC) have opened a demonstration facility that will turn waste cooking oil, commonly referred to as gutter oil in China, into sustainable aviation biofuel. The two companies estimate that 500 million gallons (1.8 billion liters) of biofuel could be made annually in China from used cooking oil.
12. Singapore in Race to be Green Fuel Refinery Hub
Singapore in Race to be Green Fuel Refinery Hub. Spire Research and Consulting estimates that biofuel demand in Asia will grow by more than 50% a year over the next three years. As the region ramps up biofuel production, Singapore will be well-placed to compete for refinery contracts, but will face competition from producer countries eager to develop integrated biofuel value chains
13. Continental Airlines to Conduct Biofuel Flight in January
Continental Airlines to Conduct Biofuel Flight in January. Continental Airlines is to conduct its first biofuel-powered demonstration flight in Houston on 7 January 2009. The demonstration flight, which will be operated with no passengers, will be powered by a special fuel blend including components derived from algae and jatropha plants - sustainable, second-generation fuel source
14. Boeing and Embraer Open Joint Aviation Biofuel Research Center in Brazil
Boeing and Embraer have opened a joint sustainable aviation biofuel research center in Brazil. At the Boeing-Embraer Joint Research Center in the So Jos dos Campos Technology Park, the companies will coordinate and co-fund research with Brazilian universities and other institutions. The research will focus on technologies that address gaps in creating a sustainable aviation biofu
15. Aeromexico, Boeing and Mexican Government Collaborate on Sustainable Aviation Biofuel Research
Aeromexico, Boeing and Mexico's Airports and Auxiliary Services (ASA) will collaborate with a biojet program supported by Mexico's Sector Fund for Energy Sustainability (SENER-CONACYT) to advance research and development of sustainable aviation biofuel in Mexico. The initiative, to be coordinated through the Mexican Bioenergy Innovation Center, will support Mexico's aviation sector
16. Continental Airlines Operates its First Commercial Biofuel Flight
On Monday, Continental Airlines operated its first commercial flight powered by a blend of sustainable, advanced biofuel and traditional petroleum-derived jet fuel. Solazyme, working with Honeywells UOP process technology, developed the algae oil that was refined into jet fuel to power the flight. Solazyme produced the worlds first 100% algae-derived jet fuel for both commercial

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