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Phillips 66 has decided to begin conversion of its major San Francisco area petroleum refinery into one of the world’s largest renewable fuels facilities.
A broad-based coalition consisting of nearly 80 aviation stakeholders is urging Congress to enact a blender's tax to spur SAF investment.
World Energy is renovating its sustainable fuel refinery in Paramount, California, which upon completion in 2025 will massively increase its output.
Idaho’s Friedman Memorial Airport (KSUN) in Hailey closed this week for a month-long runway, taxiway, and apron rehabilitation project.
Colonial Pipeline, one of the major fuel carrying arteries feeding the U.S. East Coast, can now carry sustainable aviation fuel.
Reaction Engines is incorporating modifications to its facility in Colorado for the next phase of high-Mach/temperature propulsion technology tests.
President Biden has reaffirmed his commitment to sustainable aviation and sustainable aviation fuel in remarks yesterday at an Iowa biofuel plant.
The petroleum sanctions placed on Russia are having an effect on jet-A pricing in the U.S., particularly on the East Coast.
With many aviation companies setting carbon reduction goals, carbon offsets represent a near-term solution as SAF ramps up in volume.
With the aviation industry searching for ways to reduce its carbon footprint, sustainable aviation fuel represents the most immediately available tool.