Green hydrogen-focused consortium to explore the production of SAF from methanol

A green hydrogen-focused consortium has announced it’s working with licensors to certify a new production pathway for sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) from methanol.

The Masdar-led initiative, including TotalEnergies, Siemens Energy and Marubeni, focused on green hydrogen to produce SAF, will provide one more option to address the global need to produce and make SAF available globally and decarbonise the aviation industry.

Khalid Bin Hadi, Managing Director at Siemens Energy, stated on LinkedIn that the company is ‘proud’ to be a part of the development.

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