JetBlue Backs Direct SAF-From-CO2 Startup

Air Company

Air Company’s carbon conversion reactor converts captured CO2 and green H2 into fuel-grade paraffins.

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As airlines race to secure supply of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) to reduce their net carbon emissions, a trend of placing near-term offtake contracts while making longer-term bets is emerging. JetBlue has signed multi-year deals for hundreds of millions of gallons of SAF for delivery beginning...

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