Shell Supplies SAF to Singapore

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Shell announced at the Singapore Airshow that it has supplied sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) to SIA Engineering and the Republic of Singapore Air Force. The first batch of SAF made from sustainable feedstocks was blended in Europe but upgraded infrastructure will enable blending in Singapore for subsequent batches. "Today’s announcement is an example of how we are building the capabilities now to accelerate the use of SAF in Asia. We want to become a sustainability leader in this important market," said Jan Toschka, global president, Shell Aviation. Shell aims to produce around 2 million tons of SAF a year around the world by 2025. It also outlined plans for a biofuels facility at the Shell Energy and Chemicals Park Singapore which will produce 550,000 tons of low-carbon fuels a year, including SAF. Shell is also exploring a carbon capture and storage hub in Singapore.

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