Queensland may be key region for biomass-to-aviation biofuels

In Australia, a new study by CSIRO and partly-funded by Boeing found that Central Queensland could provide a home for biomass feedstock that would be used for aviation biofuel production. The study looked at three options from planting trees that are harvested in 10-year cycles, to harvesting native grasses or harvesting re-growth. The optimal would be to set up regional processing plants that would use re-growth, seen as the cheapest option.

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