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Issues and Foresight
Issues and Foresight

What future for biofuels?

How are they produced? What are their advantages? Will they be in widespread use in the coming years? From current biofuels to those of the future: panorama of progress in this field.. Biofuels:
Renewable energies
Innovation and Industry

Renewable energies

The energy transition and tackling climate change depend on the development of new renewable resources. IFPEN proposes processes for the production of fuels, bases for the chemicals sector and gas
Biocarburants
Innovation and Industry

Our strengths

B iofuels Our strengths Technical and regulatory expertise, recognized and sought by the public authorities (IFPEN’s contribution to the public debate on energy transition – in French). Scientific and
Biofuels
Innovation and Industry

Biofuels

Biofuels OVERVIEW AND CHALLENGES There are three principal reasons driving the development of biofuels: the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions (GGEs) from the transport sector, the creation or
Biocarburants
Innovation and Industry

Our solutions

Biofuels OUR solutions The production of biodistillates from vegetable oil The Vegan™ process for the hydrotreatment of vegetable oils was developed by IFPEN with Axens . Capable of producing biofuels
Science@ifpen n°35
News in brief

‘‘BRANE Power’’: of genes and algorithms, an alliance for green chemistry

THESIS BY AURÉLIE PIRAYRE, 2018 YVES CHAUVIN PRIZE
Science@ifpen n°32
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Where aviation fuels are concerned... compromise is the name of the game

In the aviation sector, fuels derived from hydrotreated vegetable oils (HEFA a ) are seen as an alternative to petroleum based Jet A-1 b to reduce the environmental footprint of air transport .
Issue 30 Science@ifpen
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Optimized design of processes: enhanced efficiency, even with ethanol

The optimized design of processes is a complex but promising approach in terms of the expected benefits for the efficiency of industrial systems and their operating performance . It is an area that
Issue 30 Science@ifpen
News in brief

The control of floating platforms for offshore wind turbines: being active reduces fatigue

The fatigue resistance of floating offshore wind turbines is significantly affected by the wave forces to which their supporting platforms are exposed. Passive and active damper systems — preferably