Raven SR Plans SAF Plant in Canada

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US firm Raven SR and Canada’s Cap Clean Energy are planning a joint sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) and renewable diesel plant in Canada using waste feedstocks. They include municipal solid waste (MSW) and biomass waste as well as methane from MSW. Raven SR’s patented steam/CO2 reforming technology doesn’t involve combustion. Instead, it uses a reductive chemical process to produce synthetic gas, which can be used to make Fischer-Tropsch synthetic fuels and hydrogen. “This creates an energy transition hat trick by reducing emissions from waste, from energy production and from the transportation sector,” a company spokesperson tells Energy Intelligence.

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