Biofuels take root in the Middle East with two new aviation consortia

In the hydrocarbon-rich Persian-Arabian Gulf, organizations in Qatar and the United Arab Emirates have announced biofuel consortia with major aerospace manufacturers as partners. First, Qatar’s Qatar Science & Technology Park (QSTP), Qatar Petroleum (QP), and Qatar Airways, Airbus, and U.S.-based bi...

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