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Chevron / Toyota road trip demonstrates renewable gasoline blend

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Chevron USA kicked off a road trip across the US Gulf Coast to showcase an innovative new gasoline blend with more than 50% renewable content. In February 2022, a team from Argonne National Lab published a report “Carbon Intensities of Refining Products in Petroleum Refineries with Co-Processed Biofeedstocks”.

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Strategic Biofuels successfully tests carbon capture and storage for renewable diesel plant

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Strategic Biofuels announced that its Carbon Capture and Sequestration (CCS) Test Well Program was successfully completed at the company’s Louisiana Green Fuels Project (LGF) in Caldwell Parish, Louisiana. LGF is the first renewable diesel fuel project to achieve this milestone.

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Renewables & Electric Cars Helped Limit Increases Of Carbon Emissions In 2023

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The 2023 report from the IEA shows that carbon emissions were reduced below what they might have been by renewables and EVs. The post Renewables & Electric Cars Helped Limit Increases Of Carbon Emissions In 2023 appeared first on CleanTechnica.

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SunGas Renewables to build $2B green methanol production facility in Louisiana

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SunGas Renewables Inc. announced the formation of Beaver Lake Renewable Energy, LLC (BLRE), which will construct a new green methanol production facility in Central Louisiana. SunGas Renewables anticipates BLRE will invest approximately $2 billion to construct the project at the former International Paper facility in Rapides Parish.

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ArcelorMittal, Gestamp successfully trial low-carbon emissions steel in car parts

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ArcelorMittal and Tier 1 automotive supplier Gestamp have successfully trialed the use of low-carbon emissions steel for use in car parts that will ultimately be used in the production of vehicles in Spain and throughout Europe. Picture credits: © ArcelorMittal.

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Oxford spin-out OXCCU raises US$22.8M to transform carbon dioxide into sustainable aviation fuel

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OXCCU, a company spun-out from the University of Oxford in 2021 that is focused on converting carbon dioxide and hydrogen into industrial and consumer products ( earlier post ), completed an £18-million (US$22.8 million) Series A financing round.

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Polestar uses renewable power to slash carbon footprint of new electric SUV

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Polestar says manufacturing efficiencies and more renewable energy has slashed the carbon footprint of its new Polestar 3 electric SUV. The post Polestar uses renewable power to slash carbon footprint of new electric SUV appeared first on The Driven.