Camelina (Camelina sativa L.) oil as a biofuels feedstock: Golden opportunity or false hope? – B. R. Moser – Lipid Technology 2010

Summary: With high seed oil content as well as high yield of oil per hectare, camelina can be efficiently processed into high quality renewable fuels such as biodiesel (fatty acid methyl esters) as well as renewable diesel and jet fuels using existing technologies. This review summarizes the attributes of camelina along with conversion of the lipid fraction into advanced renewable biofuels. Link: