Airline buyers and potential providers of alternative fuels consider costs, risk and transportation
Alternative fuel advocates are exploring methods to distribute Jet A synthetics to airports while still pursuing issues related to production and quality of fuels produced from coal, natural gas or biomass. Interest by U.S. companies in developing first-of-a-kind alternative fuel refineries suggests that such fuels will be produced as early as “in the next few years,” says Nancy Young, vice president of environmental affairs for the Air Transport Assn. (ATA). “What we’re seeing from ...
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