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How the U.S. Military can switch to synthetic fuels and help save the world INTERESTING ENGINEERING - JUNE 16, 2022 In August of 2021, the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC, released a report that the Earth's climate was breaking 125,000-year records for heating, with the global temperature swelling by roughly 1.98 F compared to the average fron 1850 to 1900…Continued To Take Climate Change Seriously, the U.S. Military Needs to Shrink TIMES - FEBRUARY 17, 2022 In November 2020, a flatbed truck pulled onto the Sterling Heights, Mich., campus of military contractor BAE Systems and unloaded two huge, lozenge-shaped Bradley vehicles—a special delivery from the U.S. Army. Workers moved the vehicles into a garage and began pulling them apart…Continued Emerging Fuels Technology introduces Maxx Jet and Maxx Diesel RENEWABLE ENERGY MAGAZINE - FEBRUARY 14, 2022 Technology company Emerging Fuels Technology (EFT) specialising in the production of synthetic fuels from various feedstocks including biogas, biomass, municipal solid waste and CO2 has introduced Maxx Jet and Maxx Diesel, made from biogas with no fossil fuel component…Continued Emerging Fuels Technology introduces Maxx Jet and Maxx Diesel synthetic fuels GREEN CAR CONGRESS - FEBRUARY 8, 2022 Emerging Fuels Technology (EFT), a technology company focused on methods for producing synthetic fuels from feedstocks such as natural gas, flared gas, biogas, biomass, municipal solid waste, CO2 and more, introduced its Maxx Jet and Maxx Diesel proprietary methods, which employ a unique catalyst system made for EFT by Haldor…Continued Emerging Fuels Technology introduces new sustainable fuels HYDROCARBON ENGINEERING - FEBRUARY 8, 2022 Emerging Fuels Technology (EFT), a technology company focused on methods for producing synthetic fuels from feedstocks such as natural gas, flared gas, biogas, biomass, municipal solid waste, CO2 and more, has introduced its Maxx Jet™ and Maxx Diesel™ proprietary methods, which employ a catalyst system made for EFT by Haldor…Continued EFT’s Platforms to Turn Excess Gases into Liquid Fuels WASTE 360 - JANUARY 20, 2022 Energy tech company Emerging Fuels Technology (EFT) has developed a platform to make renewable diesel and sustainable jet fuel, beginning with carbon monoxide (CO) and hydrogen (synthesis gas), which are used as building blocks to make synthetic…Continued Biofuels are having a government-funding moment POPULAR SCIENCE - DECEMBER 24, 2021 The US government is placing new bets on biofuels. Just this month, the Department of Energy (DOE) announced a plan to provide more than $100 million for basic research and tech development to produce biofuels, biomaterials, and…Continued Tulsa renewable energy company on ground floor of breakthrough jet fuel development TULSA WORLD - DECEMBER 14, 2021 Tulsa-based Emerging Fuels Technology recently worked with a California company and the U.S. Air Force to make a breakthrough jet fuel. Made from carbon dioxide electrolysis, the fossil-free product demonstrates a first-of-its-kind, scalable and…Continued American Airlines makes move to sustainable jet fuel TULSA WORLD - DECEMBER 5, 2021 American Airlines, whose largest maintenance base is in Tulsa, announced that it has finalized a new sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) offtake agreement with a California company…Continued Renewable Fuel For The Supersonic Air Force One Of The Future CLEANTECHNICA - NOVEMBER 29, 2021 Renewable fuel from air and water are on the menu for a supersonic, next-generation version of Air Force executive aircraft. Could that include Air Force One…Continued

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