Camelina-based fuel gaining popularity for aviation use

04/26/2010 |

Camelina-based fuel is gaining attention as an aviation biofuel because of its high oil content of 38% and its ability to grow in arid conditions, said Scott Johnson, president of Sustainable Oils. In addition, analysis by researchers from Michigan Tech University and others shows that camelina reduces carbon emissions by about 80% compared to petroleum fuel, according to Seattle-based AltAir Fuels.

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