Danish engineering consultancy COWI A/S and Swedish Biofuels AB, inventor of the original Alcohol-to-Jet (ATJ) technology, intend to build three plants to produce and supply sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) to the Swedish market.
Japan is focusing on commercialising domestically produced sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) as its primary transport biofuels strategy to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 2030, according to a recent report by the US Department of Agriculture (USDA).
Gevo and Axens North America are partnering to accelerate the commercialization of sustainable ethanol-to-jet (ETJ) projects in the United States.
British Airways partners with LanzaJet for the supply of sustainably produced aviation fuel [Full subscriber]
LanzaJet, the renewable jet fuel startup spun out from the biotech start-up LanzaTech, has signed a supply agreement with British Airways to supply the company with at least 7,500 tons of jet fuel annually.
The biotech start-up LanzaTech, recently announced the launch of LanzaJet Inc., a new company that will produce sustainable aviation fuel (SAF).
The lead researcher Alexis Bell said that “”The recyclable catalysts we developed are capable of converting sugarcane [bagasse] into a new class of aviation fuel and lubricants with superior cold-flow properties, density and viscosity that could achieve net life-cycle greenhouse gas savings of up to 80-percent.”