SAF Magazine Issue 1 2024

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US Businesses Need Certainty to Meet SAF Goals

By Paul Winters

PolicySustainable Aviation Fuels

All Eyes on GREET

By Anna Simet


SAF Magazine attended Clean Fuels Alliance America’s annual conference in Fort Worth, Texas, in early February.

Honeywell discusses its novel Ecofining technology and the company’s role in the future of clean aviation fuels.


Energy crops represent a key part of the nation’s biomass production portfolio.

Accelerating the adoption of SAF and putting the aviation industry on track for net-zero carbon emissions by 2050 will require a significant ramp in global SAF production.

The sustainable aviation fuel market is poised for takeoff, but overnight growth may be difficult without policy support that renewable diesel enjoyed in its early years.

How and when can the aviation industry use 100% synthetic aviation turbine fuel that also delivers the sustainability society expects from the sector? 

In August 2023, the Greater MSP Partnership and a handful of anchor collaborators including Delta Airlines, Ecolab, Xcel Energy and Bank of Amerca unveiled an unprecedented initiative to launch the first large-scale sustainable aviation fuel hub in the country.

BDI-BioEnergy International began engineering waste oil-processing biodiesel plants in the mid-1990s.

By enabling access to an ever-wider range of sustainable feedstocks, advanced purification technology minimizes the risk of a potential feedstock crunch, while the world watches with anticipation as industries and policymakers navigate the economics and innovation in the promising and evolving landscape of biofuels. 

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