Emerging Markets Online (emerging-markets.com) has released Renewable Diesel & Sustainable Aviation Fuels 2030, Vol 2..(249 pages, 3Q 2021). This comprehensive study provides detailed case studies and analysis of the key producers and developers participating in the Sustainable Aviation Fuels in detailed partnerships for low-carbon feedstocks, technology pathways, partnerships, investors, and off-takers.
(PRUnderground) December 15th, 2021
KEY FINDINGS FROM THE STUDY
Renewable Diesel & Sustainable Aviation Fuels 2030, Vol 2
Q: DO WE HAVE ENOUGH FEEDSTOCKS TO MEET THE CHALLENGE? A: YES
There is a common misconception that there are not enough feedstocks for these refineries. In fact most of the new refineries have new partnerships with growers of sustainable feed stocks that are non-food-based and are low carbon, circular, sustainable, feedstocks such as camelina (for example, Exxon-Global Clean Energy in California), or circular feedstocks such as animal fats (Love’s-Cargill venture, or Heartwell’s beef tallow refinery in Nebraska).
SMALLER AVIATION PROJECTS, LARGER FEEDSTOCK CHOICES:
One key trend of SAF & renewable diesel retrofits of large global petroleum refineries is now being accompanied by the emergence of smaller scale, localized, circular renewable diesel and sustainable aviation refineries. This growing trend of smaller, localized plants favors specialized, low-carbon, circular feedstocks in geographically advantaged areas that can benefit the specialty-scale RD/SAF integrated refinery. Feed stocks such as:
* forestry tree oil (St1, UPM, Neste),
* crude tall oil (Fintoil, Finland),
* raw tall oil (Preem, Sweden),
* pongamia (Omega Green Paraguay),
* castor oil (Eni Italy),
* specialty camelina (Global Clean Energy-Exxon California),
* specialty carinata (multiple airlines),
* purpose grown penny cress (REG),
* cover cress (NBB R&D initiatives),
* municipal solid waste (Fulcrum),
* Distiller’s Corn Oil (DCO with Darling and Valero JV Diamond Green Diesel, East Kansas Agri-Energy, and several others),
* forestry products (Louisiana Green Fuels),
* Cielo Energy in Canada (sawdust, plastics, tires, MSW, construction debris),
* circular feedstocks (palm waste and UCO at Neste, Singapore refinery), and
* smaller, non-commodity traded, feed stocks and specialty markets with higher values.
KEY TRENDS IN SUSTAINABLE FEEDSTOCK-FUEL PARTNERSHIPS:
Renewable Diesel & SAF 2030 study provides a growing number of case studies of companies that have dedicated joint venture partnerships for (upstream) feedstocks and (downstream) offtake agreements.
The Renewable Diesel & SAF 2030 study provides a comprehensive analysis of renewable diesel and sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) producers, and includes a forward looking set of forecasts for market growth, feedstock initiatives, technology deployment for renewable diesel & SAF from the year 2020 to 2030.
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