European biofuels

On 12 October 2016, the EOA, EBB and FEDIOL held a dinner-debate in the European Parliament to discuss with stakeholders and policy-makers and stress the essential role of sustainable European biodiesel for agriculture and transport decarbonisation post-2020. Relive our event through this video, and share!

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Greenhouse gas impact of marginal fossil fuel use.

Based on our assessment that the marginal oil displaced by biofuels is a combination of oil sands, kerogen oil (oil shale) and light tight oil, we estimated that the marginal greenhouse gas emissions avoided by the introduction of biofuel are approximately 115 gCO 2eq /MJ of energy delivered by biofuels.

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