IAG Inks Deal to Buy Aemetis SAF for San Francisco

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International Airlines Group (IAG) has struck a deal with California-based Aemetis to buy its sustainable aviation fuel over a seven-year period. The first deliveries under the agreement for 78,400 tons (26.3 million gallons) of unblended SAF would start in 2025, after the Aemetis Net Zero plant comes online in Riverbank, California. Its SAF output would have a low carbon intensity (CI) rating since that facility will be 100% powered by renewable electricity and engineered to sequester CO2 from the production process. IAG said the SAF would help power flights out of San Francisco airport by member carriers British Airways and Aer Lingus.

Biofuels (incl. SAF), CO2 Emissions, Carbon Capture (CCS)
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