DG Fuels announces Fischer-Tropsch SAF production plant of 600,000 metric tons/year

DG Fuels announces its plan to construct the largest SAF plant to date that does not use the HEFA conversion route, starting operation in 2028. The plant (in St James Parish, United States) is set to produce 600,000 metric tons of SAF per year, using a Fischer-Tropsch technology co-developed by bp and James Matthey (JM). The feedstock used to produce the SAF is expected to be biomass waste streams, not yet further specified. Offtake agreements have already been signed with Air France-KLM and Delta Airlines.

DG Fuels is planning to construct 10 more of these SAF plants across the US, modelled after this first plant in St James.

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