OXCCU to build 'world first' sustainable aviation fuel plant at Saltend Chemicals Park

Stuart Stone
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Credit: OXCCU

Humberside chemical plant-owner confirms plans for ground-breaking project to convert carbon dioxide and green hydrogen into sustainable aviation fuels

Px Group has announced Oxford University spin-out OXCCU is to develop a first-of-a-kind demonstration plant at its Saltend Chemicals Park in the Humber capable of converting carbon dioxide and green hydrogen...

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