Sustainable Aviation Fuel

Chevron Renewable Energy Group’s sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) blendstock that's leading the way in emissions solutions for the aviation industry.


Opportunity for Lower Carbon Solutions

The journey to a lower carbon intensity future is real and, as many companies establish lower carbon targets in response to societal demands, they need tangible solutions right now. With the air travel expected to double by 20371, SAF is another promising way to lower carbon emissions.

Sustainable aviation fuel is similar to conventional jet fuel, but instead of utilizing fossil fuels, it is produced from lower carbon intensity feedstocks. Some typical renewable feedstocks are used cooking oil, distillers corn oil and animal fats.

Airplane jet engine. 

Renewable Options

As a pioneer of the bio-based diesel industry, with Chevron Renewable Energy Group's refinery in Geismar, Louisiana, being the first facility in the U.S. to produce sustainable aviation fuel, Chevron Renewable Energy Group is taking the next step to provide reductions in direct aircraft fossil carbon emissions on a lifecycle basis2.

In 2022, Chevron Renewable Energy Group introduced BeyonD™.

Performance Beyond Expectations

Part of Chevron Renewable Energy Group's complete EnDura Fuels™ product line is a high-quality sustainable aviation fuel blendstock that meets specifications and reduces lifecycle carbon emissions compared to petroleum jet fuel.

BeyonDTM meets ASTM D7566 fuel specifications and makes it possible for a lower carbon future for the aviation industry.

1 This forecast is based on a 3.5% compound annual growth rate for the industry.

2Product is produced from renewable oils and fats. Methanol used to make biodiesel and hydrogen used to make renewable diesel and SAF are typically made from conventional natural gas, but can be produced from renewable resources

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