In August 2022, the platform successfully co-processed used cooking oil in the low-pressure hydrodesulphurisation unit (LPHDS), producing SAF, meeting all product quality parameters within the SAF specifications. TotalEnergies contributed thanks to its experience and expertise to this realisation.
SATORP has received International Sustainability and Carbon Certification (ISCC+) to produce SAF. With this certification, the platform will be able to respond the expected rise in SAF demand in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
The SAF produced from used cooking oil reduces carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions by at least 80% on average over the entire lifecycle, compared with their fossil equivalent.
With this success, TotalEnergies through its platform located in Jubail, Saudi Arabia, keeps developing its portfolio of circular products. SATORP has previously announced converting oil derived from plastic waste into ISCC+ certified circular polymers.
Francois Good, Senior Vice President, Refining and Petrochemicals, Africa Middle East and Asia, at TotalEnergies said: “This project at SATORP is part of TotalEnergies’ aim to produce 1.5 million tpy of SAF by 2030. SAF is essential to reducing the CO2 emissions of air transport, and its development is fully aligned with the company's climate ambition to get to net zero by 2050, together with society.”
Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/clean-fuels/01112023/satorp-successfully-converts-used-cooking-oil-to-saf/
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