Europe needs targets to compete on advanced biofuels, says BP chief

Will Nichols
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BP Biofuels boss warns Europe is falling behind US market as policy environment lags that on offer in North America

Europe needs to set targets for next generation biofuels if it is to develop an industry to rival that which is emerging in the US, the head of BP's biofuels business believes. Investment is being drawn...

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