Noone wants to be negative…unless they are talking about carbon negative of course. The aviation industry has been all abuzz about lowering their carbon footprints for years, then carbon neutral, now carbon negative. According to Gevo’s Timothy Cesarek, EVP & Chief Commercial Officer, the carbon footprint of jetfuel has the potential to be driven to negative with agricultural practices or with more renewable natural gas.
Cesarek shared the latest this week at the IATA Sustainable Aviation Fuels Symposium on Gevo’s jet fuel, their fuel sales agreement with SAS for sustainable aviation fuel, what they think can be done to move the needle, and more.
This articles was originally posted at: https://www.biofuelsdigest.com/bdigest/2019/11/19/when-negative-is-good-carbon-negative-the-digests-2019-multi-slide-guide-to-gevos-biojet-fuel/ on