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CBSCI REPORTS

Understanding developed in CBSCI is captured and disseminated via publicly available reports. These will be added to this section of the website as they are approved for dissemination by the CBSCI Steering Committee.

CBSCI Reports

CBSCI includes biojet blending and utilization activities as well as targeted research to extend the impact of this project towards enabling the creation of a domestic biojet industry. The reports in CBSCI utilize contributions from participants in academia, industry, and government.
Reports are divided into the general categories of feedstock characterization and technical analysis, biojet production and utilization, and characterization of enabling policy and regulatory structures to create competitive conditions for private sector investment in commercial biojet production in Canada. Reports will be added to this section of the website as they are approved for dissemination by the CBSCI Steering Committee.

Considerations for the Application of a Biojet Sustainability Standard in the Aviation Sector

This stand alone paper was developed during the course of CBSCI operations in order to address the overarching theme of sustainability – both how it is operationalized within a specific supply chain project, and how it is incorporated into an important emerging fuel sector.

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Feedstock and Biojet Production

This report evaluates feedstock availability and suitability for CBSCI and future biojet production. Key criteria for feedstock selection are commercial availability and sustainability. Following the selection of canola oil as a near term available and certified sustainable feedstock, technical analysis is performed to determine the preferred processing conditions for creating HEFA feedstock.

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Appendix to Feedstock report:
Evaluation of the Use of Canola Oil
to Meet CBSCI Target Feed Specifications
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Biojet Integration in Co-Mingled Multi User Airport

This report documents the operational components of CBSCI to enable biojet to be integrated into the multi user fuel system at Toronto’s Lester Pearson International Airport. The report details the major elements of the biojet supply chain to enable CBSCI fuel production, delivery and use. Lessons learned are evaluated for their impact on a future biojet supply chain in Canada.

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Enabling Policy for Domestic Biojet Production

Regulatory tools are useful to create hosting conditions to attract investment for biojet production capacity in Canada. This report proposes a set of policy tools to enable a Canadian biojet supply chain.

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Related Reports

CBSCI is one group of many working on introducing biojet into the aviation fuel supply chain. Below we have reposted reports by other groups involved in similar or related activities.

Preliminary Assessment of Canadian Biojet Supply Chain

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Aviation CTI Phase 1

Creating a Biojet Market

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Aviation CTI Phase 2
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CTI Biojet Executive Summary (short)
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CTI Biojet Combined Executive Summary
CAAFCER Operations Report
CAAFCER Contrail Results Report
CAAFCEB – Contrail flight data from a variety of jet fuels