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SAF stakeholders urge lawmakers to incorporate Farm to Fly Act into upcoming Farm Bill

April 25, 2024

BY Erin Voegele

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Australia’s 2024-2025 budget includes support for SAF, renewable hydrogen

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US ethanol and SAF industry leaders seek to intervene in legal challenge to EU SAF regulation

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