Navy turns sea water into jet fuel

Scientists at the US Naval Research Laboratory are developing a process to extract carbon dioxide from seawater and use it to produce hydrogen gas, which can then be catalytically converted into jet fuel.

Honeywell jet fuel pushes the biofuel boundary


Technology giant Honeywell has announced a comprehensive test program for aviation biofuel which it claims will be the first of its kind in the airline industry.

US Navy adding butanol to jet biofuel repertoire

We’ve seen the military embrace fuels derived from algae as well as fuels made from old cooking grease and animal fats.

Biomass jet fuel takes off

Seattle biofuel producer Imperium Renewables and the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) are developing a new catalytic process to convert biomass-based alcohols to drop-in jet biofuels.