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Refinery Co-Processing May Help Meet Early SAF Mandates

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Refinery co-processing of waste oils or biomass with crude could eventually play a role in meeting early sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) blending mandates before more advanced production technologies reach commercial scale. But that depends on technical work currently under way to broaden both the volume and range of permitted feedstocks as well as measures to ensure the resulting jet fuel meets the specification for Jet A or Jet A-1.

Jet Fuel, Refining, Diesel/Gasoil, Biofuels (incl. SAF)
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