Velocys offtake deals with Southwest, IAG, SAF advancements from Enerkem, Honeywell, Twelve, Dallas Forth Worth airport

November 15, 2021 |

It was a hot week for sustainable aviation news with Velocys entering a 15-year offtake deal for 575 million blended gallons of net zero SAF to be produced at their planned Bayou Fuels biorefinery project in Mississippi for Southwest Airlines and a 10-year offtake agreement with International Consolidated Airlines Group (which includes British Airways, Aer Lingus, Iberia and others) for 73 million gallons of SAF, 192 million gallons total after blending.

In today’s Digest, details on the Velocys deals as well as Enerkem’s major breakthrough by producing SAF from local forest biomass using its proprietary thermochemical process, Dallas Fort Worth International Airport receiving first delivery of SAF from Avfuel and Neste, Honeywell’s tech enabling first jet flights with SAF produced by microalgae, and Twelve producing the first batch of E-Jet fuel from carbon dioxide through partnership with the U.S. Air Force. The tech, the stories, the deals all that and more on the following pages.

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