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NNFCC News Review: Biofuels Issue 105, December 2020

Category: biofuels
Published: 23/12/2020
Author: NNFCC
Each month we review the latest news and select key announcements and commentary from across the biofuels sector.


The Global Biofuels Statistics report for this past year shows biofuels accounted for 3% of energy consumption in the Transport sector, showing a 13% increase compared to 2019. Bioethanol held the largest share (accounting for  62% globally) followed by FAME biodiesel. Three quarters of all biofuels were produced in North and South America, while Europe produced 14% of global biofuel stocks.

There is no doubt that 2021 will bring even more growth to the Biofuels sector, especially as governments around the world are taking bolder steps to promote the decarbonisation of the Transport sector. Since 2002...

Other news this month includes:


  • EU approves Swedish biofuels tax exemption
  • Potential UK mandate for Sustainable Aviation Fuel
  • More...​


  • The Government of Quebec announces its support for an advanced biofuel project
  • Impact of Covid on global biofuels output confirmed by IEA
  • More...

Research and Development

  • EU Project tests E20 blends
  • BioLNG increase for transport both road and marine
  • More...


  • US car sales E15 compatible but flex fuel vehicle options decline


  • Biodiesel blend for shipping

Aviation Biofuel

  • Rolls Royce test Sustainable Aviation Fuel
  • SAF for Delta Airlines
  • More...​

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