Oslo Airport Achieves a Key First with Biofuel Delivery

by Max Breitbarth

Major developments in biofuel development and utilization are occurring in Norway. Samantha Cartaino’s January 25th article in AIN Magazine reports that the Oslo airport, partnering with SkyNRG, AirBP, and Avinor, has begun to deliver jet biofuel to airline operators at their airport. Following the COP21 agreement in Paris, this marks an important move by fuel providers in Europe to commit to renewable forms of energy and make a fuel-intensive industry less damaging for the environment. As someone who studied in Strasbourg this past fall and encountered many skeptics that organizations and governments would voluntarily act to reduce their environmental impact, I am encouraged by this action just a month after the agreement signed by countries around the world. Continue reading