Biofuels, Bioproducts & Biorefining Journal

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The definitive source of information on sustainable products, fuels and energy

Examining the full scope of international scientific research and industrial development along the entire supply chain, Biofuels, Bioproducts and Biorefining comprises two parts, a website and a scientific review journal. The journal publishes a balanced mixture of peer-reviewed critical reviews, commentary, business news highlights, policy updates and patent intelligence. Biofpr is dedicated to fostering growth in the biorenewables sector and serving its growing interdisciplinary community by providing a unique, systems-based insight into technologies in these fields as well as their industrial development.    Biofpr on Wikipedia

Topics

  • Feedstock design and production
  • Biomass treatment and conversion
  • Separation and process technology
  • Industrial development
  • Business and commercial news content

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Sustainable generation of energy is essential to society, and chemistry makes the technologies required possible.

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Advancements in resource efficiency and progress towards a circular economy are at the core of sustainable innovation.

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From the latest issue

Review of life‐cycle greenhouse‐gas emissions assessments of hydroprocessed renewable fuel (HEFA) from oilseeds

Renewable fuel from the hydroprocessed esters and fatty acids (HEFA) pathway represents a promising short‐term option for reducing fossil fuel use in transportation. However, some life‐cycle assessments (LCAs) have shown that HEFA diesel and jet fuel may have higher life‐cycle greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions than the fossil fuels they replace. Many of these studies examined HEFA fuel derived from oilseed feedstocks. Here, results and methodology from 20 LCAs of HEFA fuel from oilseeds are reviewed in an effort to determine the sources of variability in the reported life‐cycle GHG emissions of HEFA fuels.

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Editor in Chief Bruce Dale 

Prof Bruce Dale
University Distinguished Professor; MSU AgBioResearch
Michigan State University

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