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ANALYSIS: Oslo biofuel success points to global aviation potential

Eighteen months after Oslo Airport became the first international gateway to offer jet biofuel as a refuelling option to airlines through its main fuel system, Norwegian airports operator Avinor is pointing to the initiative’s success and plans to extend it to other airports across the country. Avinor operates 46 Norwegian airports and has set itself a target for 30% of all aviation fuel in Norway to be sustainable biofuel by 2030.

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