sábado, 28 de abril de 2012

Airlines using biofuels

In short, airlines could begin large-scale use of biofuels and predict that the cost of biofuel, such as those based on vegetable oils, inedible, could approach that of fossil fuels, if continues to improve its production efficiency.

Therefore, it is recognized that states like Veracruz have very favorable conditions for the development and commercialization of biofuels.

A report issued by experts in bioenergy market research firm New Energy Finance Bloomberg concludes that airlines may be using a modest proportion (two percent) of biofuel in their fuel mix in the coming years.

They believe that biofuels derived from edible vegetable oils such as jatropha, should be the first to be competitive with fossil fuel costs.
Currently, the plant grown in the southeast, in the states of Veracruz and Chiapas, is a bet on the future by some Mexican airlines, who have already made flight using biofuel jatropha oil base.

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