Russian Green Jet Fuel Deal

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Gazprom Neft and Russian airline Aeroflot have agreed to cooperate on the production of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). The two companies plan to jointly develop SAF to help limit greenhouse gas emissions in line with the Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation, or Corsia, developed by the International Civil Aviation Organization. Gazprom Neft said green jet fuel produced using current technologies is relatively expensive. "But we see a certain potential and opportunities for the creation of new technologies," said CEO Alexander Dyukov.

Coal, Jet Fuel, Biofuels (incl. SAF)
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