Sasol and Topsoe to launch SAF-focused joint venture


Global chemicals and energy company Sasol has joined forced with carbon emission reduction technologies specialist Topsoe to develop, build, own, and operate sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) plants.

The plans were laid out with the signing of an agreement to establish a 50/50 joint venture focused on the production of SAF and market the diesel alternative to help decarbonise the aviation sector.

To do this, the produced product will be derived primarily from non-fossil feedstock, utilising green hydrogen, sustainable sources of CO2 and/or biomass, with a specific focus on Sasol’s Fischer Tropsch and Topsoe’s related technologies.

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