TITLE

BIOFUELS: GOOD VS EVIL

AUTHOR(S)
Kenzie, Richie; Mackenzie, Emma
PUB. DATE
November 2013
SOURCE
Money Management;11/7/2013 Supplement, p24
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article discusses the production of biofuels for use in aviation industry to address the challenges of changing oil prices and increasing passenger concerns. It states that the palm oil was increasingly used to produce biodiesel which could be an alternative for non-renewable fuels such as natural gas and petroleum. It says that the demonstration and commercial flights were already using jatropha and other new era biofuels including algae, camelina plant, and animal fats.
ACCESSION #
92666978

 

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