SAF Magazine Issue 1 2023

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The Hurdles of SAF

By Kenneth Agee


Challenge Accepted

By Anna Simet

Sustainable Aviation FuelsPolicy & Regulation

Signed just over a year ago, the U.S. SAF Grand Challenge will require an all-hands-on-deck effort to reach goals.

Continuing down the path where many have floundered, LanzaTech’s momentum is undeniable.

Calumet’s Montana Renewables has set sights on optimizing renewable jet output to be North America’s largest producer. As of late February, Montana Renewables LLC claims the distinction of being the largest sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) producer on the continent, and expects to maintain that status when a planned expansion is completed next year. “We’re a couple weeks away from being North America’s largest SAF producer, and nobody knows it,” Bruce Fleming, executive vice president, tells SAF Magazine in late January. “We’re an operating company of engineers. We have our heads down, thinking about equipment all the time. And we didn’t tell our story.” ...


The industry must explore new avenues to meet the growing demand for sustainable aviation fuels.

Through optimal business strategy, innovative technology and a firm grasp on the market, Green Plains is leading the charge into alcohol-to-jet.

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