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Friday, December 3, 2010

Final score: camelina aviation fuel reduces emssions by 75 percent

Biofuels Digest
December 02, 2010 Jim Lane

In Montana, researchers have published a report in Environmental Progress & Sustainable Energy, concluding that camelina-based biojet fuel reduces CO2 emissions by 75 percent compared to traditional petroleum-based jet fuel.

The research, in collaboration with UOP, a Honeywell company, was conducted at Michigan Tech University, a leading research university.

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