Neste Expands SAF Sales in Japan

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Mideast carrier Etihad has become the first overseas customer for Neste-made sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) in Japan as the country moves to 10% SAF use by 2030. “This delivery … is a major step forward in further growing the use of our sustainable aviation fuel in the Japanese market,” said Neste Vice President, Asia-Pacific, Renewable Aviation Sami Jauhiainen in a May 27 statement. Neste is working with Japanese conventional fueling company Itochu to supply SAF at Japan’s two biggest airports: Narita International and Tokyo Haneda. SAF will initially come from Neste’s Porvoo SAF plant in Finland, at least until the firm’s 1 million ton/yr Singapore expansion project is complete in the first quarter of next year.

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