Brazilian airline Gol’s plan to fly 200 Boeing 737NG revenue flights on biofuel during the World Cup is coming down to the wire as it waits for certification of the locally produced fuel before the competition kicks off in June. The direct sugar to hydrocarbons (DSHC) biomass-to-fuel pathway developed by Amyris and Total is in the final stages of approval by standards developer ASTM International. A research report containing data from engine and other testing has passed a ballot at ...

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