Velocys extends deal with British Airways to deliver sustainable aviation fuel refinery

Cecilia Keating
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An artist's impression of the planned Immingham plant | Credit: Velocys
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An artist's impression of the planned Immingham plant | Credit: Velocys

Partners confirm they have rolled over agreements to build major waste-to-fuel plant in East Linconshire

UK sustainable fuels company Velocys yesterday announced it has extended its agreement with British Airways (BA) to develop a refinery on the Humber that would convert commercial, household, and forestry...

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