HIGFLY Project Will Show Alternative Chemical Path To SAF

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A four-year research project to develop a cheaper method of producing sustainable aviation fuel from agricultural and forestry residues has kicked off in Europe. The process will use furanics instead of hydrocarbons as the basis for producing the fuel. Where hydrocarbons are organic compounds made...

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