Fuel made from ‘forest residuals’ powers Seattle-to-DC flight

Using a 20 percent blend of alternative jet fuel produced from wood, Alaska Airlines sent a passenger flight across the United States from Seattle to Washington’s National Airport in a breakthrough for bio-energy. The airline said the alternative fuel, made from “forest residuals” remaining after timbering, produces from 50-80 percent fewer greenhouse gases than petroleum… » Read More

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