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World-first study for cleaner aviation fuel
Date:4/23/2010

opment of a diverse set of scenarios for Australia and New Zealand's aviation fuel future."

The Sustainable Aviation Fuels Road Map gathers an impressive and diverse group of participants from the aviation, science and technology, government and non-government sectors bringing a wealth of experience and many different perspectives relating to the aviation industry.

The study will draw on the expertise of participants and use sophisticated economic modelling to map out future scenarios. It is intended to provide useful input to decision makers in industry and government on strategic policy and future investment, through the release of a public report in September 2010.

Participants in the Sustainable Aviation Fuels Road Map include: Air New Zealand; Boeing; Qantas; Virgin Blue; Defence Science and Technology Organisation; Airbus; Australian Defence Force; Brisbane Airport Corporation; Bioenergy Association of New Zealand; Biofuels Association of Australia; GE; Honeywell UOP; New South Wales Office of Biofuels; Pratt & Whitney; Queensland Department of Employment, Economic Development and Innovation; Rolls-Royce; Royal Aeronautical Society Australian Division; South Australian Department of Premier & Cabinet; The Climate Group; Victorian Department of Innovation and Regional Development; and WWF.

The project will also engage international observers and presenters such as the Roundtable on Sustainable Biofuels and Cathay Pacific.


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Contact: Krystle Gray
Krystle.Gray@csiro.au
61-249-606-116
CSIRO Australia
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