20171016 Position Paper ePURE Biofuels Value Chain regarding TRAN opinion on RED II
Joint letter from associations representing the Biofuels Value Chain in Europe call on the European Parliament's TRAN and ENVI committees to give enough time for proper consideration of their RED II opinions.

20171009 Exploring the climate targets, long term prospects to short term actions
The study is aimed at exploring short term actions that can be undertaken to realise the national climate policy, in order to achieve a 80% CO2 reduction and respectively 95% CO2-reduction in 2050 (compared to 1990 levels). The study was commissioned by the ministries of Economic Affairs (EZ), Infrastructure and Environment (I&M), Interior and Kingdom relations (BZK) and Financial Affairs (Fin).

20170925 RVO Report of the IEA Bioenergy Task 39 Meeting
RVO Report of the IEA Bioenergy Task 39 Meeting that took place on September 25 and 26 in Brussels.

20170830 Study about the liability of the biofuels supply chain
This study aims to answer two central questions: 'Does European legislation provide space for Member States to make demands on the chain and to oversee it?'and 'How does a system of shared responsibility of sustainability systems and member states look through the chain?' The report is based on a desk study and multiple conversations with RVO, the principal of this study, and NEa.

20170825 Study Carbon balance effects of U.S. biofuel production and use
Research in the US has found that the crops used for biofuel absorb only 37 per cent of the CO2 that is later released into the atmosphere when the plants are burnt, meaning the process actually increases the amount of greenhouse gas in the air.

20170801 20170801 Ecofys Study Crude tall oil low ILUC risk
Crude tall oil low ILUC risk assessment comparing global supply and demand

20170801 IEA Bioenergy Task 39 Newsletter Issue 46 August 2017
IEA Bioenergy Task 39 has continued its work in promoting the commercialization of sustainable, low carbon liquid biofuels from biomass. The Task held a business meeting in Gothenburg, Sweden on 15 May 2017, attended by representatives from most of its member countries. Another report on Advanced Biofuels in Advanced Engines has been drafted and is currently under review. The Task also completed an update of the advanced biofuel demoplant database.

20170703 NEa report on renewable energy in transport in 2016
The report is based on the HBE-units that were checked in the Dutch register for 2016. The report shows that the share of double counting materials has increased to 80%, the physical blending declined because of the use of more double counting materials and no biofuels produced from palm or soy were checked in the register.

20170701 Report farmers of Europe Producing fuel and feeds as a matter of security and sustainability for Europe.
Toward a new vision of EU sustainable biofuels.

20170616 Impact of higher levels of bio components in transport fuels in the context of the Directive 98/70/EC
The overall objective of this study is to undertake an economic and environmental analysis of the impact of increasing the limits of the bio-content of petrol and diesel imposed by the FQD, and beyond 2020. In particular, for specific biofuel blends identified in the study, the assessment considers both their positive and negative impacts associated with: Air quality and the resultant impact on human health; Market capacity, availability and origin of bio-content; Automotive technology, in particular engine efficiency, tail pipe emissions, biofuel compatibility and fuel use in existing and future vehicle fleets and possible evolution of automotive technology; Effect of an increase of the bio content in fuel on its overall carbon footprint (Life Cycle Assessment); Effect on the refinery sector and distribution of fuels; Competiveness of specific sectors or Member State fuel industry; and any impact on the current market shares of the fuel mix (diesel vs. petrol) and possible induced changes in Europe. The findings of this work will input to the Commission when considering implications of increasing the bio-content level in transport fuels.

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