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Gevo and Avfuel supply sustainable aviation fuel for transatlantic operators headed to EBACE

In the United States (US) renewable fuel process developer and fuel producer Gevo, Inc., has revealed that it will once again provide its sustainable and renewable alcohol-to-jet fuel (ATJ) to Avfuel Corporation.

Gevo's commercial bio-based Isobutanol plant in Luverne, Minnesota (photo courtesy Gevo).

Gevo’s commercial bio-based Isobutanol plant in Luverne, Minnesota (photo courtesy Gevo).

Available May 15-18, operators with prior commitments that are flying from Sheltair at Farmingdale, New York’s Republic Airport (KFRG) to the annual European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (EBACE), held in Geneva, Switzerland—will be filling up with the sustainable aviation fuel (SAF).

We are once again happy to support our North American partner, Avfuel, who to date has received commitments from high-profile OEMs including Bombardier, Embraer, Gulfstream and Dassault to use our ATJ blended with standard jet fuel. This blend not only meets ASTM D1655, but also for every one million gallons produced, approximately 10 million pounds of animal feed and protein goes back into the food chain, said Dr Patrick R. Gruber, CEO at Gevo.

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