Palm Oil Monitor Weekly Update – 21st March 2019

Analysing the Final Delegated Act: the Commission Doubles Down The European Commission has published its final version of the Delegated Act for the Renewable Energy Directive, as was expected. The text will now go to the Council of the EU and to the European Parliament. They have two months to consider the Act and how […]

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Palm Oil Monitor Exclusive: Analysing the EU’s Scientific Report on Biofuels

Accompanying the Renewable Energy Directive (RED) draft Delegated Act released on 8th February 2019, the European Commission released its scientific report that attempted to determine which crops could be considered ‘high ILUC risk fuel’ feedstocks. The report isolates palm oil as the only feedstock crop that can be considered as presenting a high risk of […]

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Palm Oil Monitor Weekly Update – 11th March 2019

A Big Week in Brussels Last week was particularly busy for anyone dealing with the politics of palm oil in Brussels. Here’s an overview. The RED Delegated Act consultation closed The open consultation process for the RED Delegated Act closed. At last count, there were more than 60,000 submissions made in the process. Around 52,000 […]

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