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Market changes in sorghum affect corn use for ethanol projections

November 10, 2015

BY Susanne Retka Schill

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American Airlines discusses SAF potential in 2023 Sustainability Report

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By Erin Voegele

July 16, 2024

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American Airlines consumed 2.7 million gallons of SAF in 2023, according to its 2023 Sustainability Report. While that volume of SAF use was up 4% when compared to 2022, it accounted for less than 1% of total fuel use during the year.

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Vale and Komatsu have signed a pioneering agreement to develop and test, in partnership with Cummins, Dual Fuel haul trucks, powered by a mixture of ethanol and diesel. They will be the world's first trucks of their size to run on ethanol.

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A new U.S. DOE report helps answer a basic—but big—question about the future of the U.S. SAF industry: Is there enough biomass feedstock to meet the nation’s goals?

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CoBank maintained its positive outlook for U.S. ethanol production in its latest Quarterly Research Report, released July 11, with higher margins and a strong export market continuing to benefit ethanol producers.

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USGC staff and representatives traveled to Vancouver, Canada, in June to join Advanced Biofuels Canada in hosting a sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) policy roundtable on the sidelines of a USDA agribusiness trade mission.

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