'Historic moment': Heathrow blends sustainable aviation biofuel into airport refueling pipeline

Cecilia Keating
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Demonstration project designed to highlight viability of blending lower carbon biofuels with conventional jet fuel to reduce CO2 from flight ahead of G7

Heathrow Airport has for the first time blended sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) into its fuel distribution pipeline network today, describing the move as a "pivotal and historic moment" which it said proved...

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