Tag: sustainable aviation fuel

Italian coffee producer Lavazza to join KLM’s Corporate BioFuel Program

Italian coffee producer Lavazza to join KLM’s Corporate BioFuel Program

February 9, 2020 |

In Italy, Lavazza and KLM Royal Dutch Airlines signed an agreement which will make the coffee company the first Italian partner in KLM’s Corporate BioFuel Program. The program contributes actively to making the airline industry more sustainable by stimulating the availability of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) on a large scale. The cooperation between KLM and […]

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Alaska Airlines endorses Low Carbon Fuel Standard

Alaska Airlines endorses Low Carbon Fuel Standard

January 11, 2020 |

Washington State’s Clean Fuels Program Takes to the Skies with Alaska Airlines In Washington, a big endorsement for the Low Carbon Fuel Standard from Alaska Airlines – the first time a major airline endorses the LCFS. As a major employer in Seattle – its headquarters location – Alaska Airlines’ support for low carbon fuel policy […]

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Shell Aviation, World Energy to supply sustainable aviation fuel to Lufthansa at SFO; ink multi-year collaboration

Shell Aviation, World Energy to supply sustainable aviation fuel to Lufthansa at SFO; ink multi-year collaboration

January 7, 2020 |

From the UK comes news that Shell Aviation and World Energy inked a collaboration to develop a scalable supply of sustainable aviation fuel. The agreement is intended to be a multi-year collaboration, with both companies acknowledging that the path to lower carbon emissions in aviation requires long-term commitment and collaboration. The Lufthansa buy As part […]

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9 Constellations to watch: A look at the Rising Stars in the Race to SAF

9 Constellations to watch: A look at the Rising Stars in the Race to SAF

August 25, 2019 |

Rising stars are coming together as constellations, the stars are aligning and making magical things happen – today we explore 9 of those constellations building around Sustainable Aviation Fuels. Some of them are young protostars in the earliest stage of stellar evolution, while others are like the Earth’s sun, a main-sequence mid-size star, and a […]

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