Renewable Diesel & Sustainable Aviation Fuels (SAF) 2030: Projects, Technologies, Feedstocks and Forecasts
As a follow up to our 2019/2020 original editions of Renewable Diesel 2030 study, Emerging Markets Online’s new study, Renewable Diesel & Sustainable Aviation Fuels (SAF) 2030 updates the first studies and focuses more broadly on feedstock availability, technologies employed in small and extra-large sized RD refineries; future options for using non-FOG based feedstocks from low-carbon low-cost waste sources (from trees, municipal solid waste, agricultural waste, food waste, farm waste); and advanced technologies for turning bio-crude, and syncrude into renewable diesel and SAF (sustainable aviation) fuels.
For the Renewable Diesel & Sustainable Aviation Fuels (SAF) 2030 study, Emerging Markets Online has identified 24 projects in the Americas, 14 projects in Europe, and 11 projects in Asia that are in various stages of production, under construction, or in the planning phases. There are several dozen projects producing or planning on deploying a wide array of technologies and feedstocks to accommodate for rapid growth in the global renewable diesel and sustainable aviation fuels markets.
For more information, or a preview presentation of the RD & SAF 2030 study (by appointment), contact email@example.com or call 713 429 4905 (Houston, TX).