The Digest’s 2023 Multi-Slide Guide to the cost and greenhouse gas implications of advanced bio-jet fuel production

January 2, 2023 |

JBEI’s been working hard on jet fuels. Why? Biological routes are advantaged in their ability to produce naphthenes (approximately one third of jet fuel, 45% of diesel fuel), whereas most other alternative jet fuel processes produce paraffins. Also, Cycloalkanes increase energy density and are essential to engine integrity in a number of fielded systems due to their ability to swell o-rings and seals. There are opportunities for early adoption, cost reductions, and scaling in industries that value performance and/or low GHG emissions. JBEI’s Corinne D. Scown VP, LEAD & Deputy Division Director, EAEI for the Joint BioEnergy Institute and Lawrence Berkeley National Lab presented these slides at ABLC Next 2022.

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