SAF Insights: Feedstocks and Pathways

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How exactly is sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) made? What feedstocks are used and through which processes?

Listen in as SAF market experts Bea O’Kelly and Giulia Squadrin go into more detail about how SAF is made, the different pathways and feedstocks that are most commonly used to produce the bio-jet and listen as they question whether there is enough feedstock production to meet the growing demand for sustainable flying.

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