Pongamia Oiltree Eyed For Australian SAF Production

Pongamia is a drought-resistant tree with a high yield of non-edible oil.
Credit: Idemitsu Kosan
Japanese petroleum company Idemitsu Kosan has formed a joint venture (JV) to study planting pongamia trees in Australia for carbon fixation, but also as a source of non-edible oil for the production of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). The company has partnered with Japanese edible oil producer J-Oil...

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