The plant, expected to be operational in 2028, will produce 350 000 tpy of SAF derived from biomasses and waste resources. MyRechemical has been selected as technology licensor in relation to a gasification unit and a gas treatment unit able to process 1 000 000 tpy of bagasse and sugar cane trash and pulp, representing the first step for the SAF production.
The gasification technology and the know-how to transform synthetic gas into valuable products play a pivotal role within NEXTCHEM’s technology portfolio, making MAIRE a key player to enable the decarbonisation of the world’s industries through the circular economy. Contributing to a sustainable mobility with the use of a wide range of clean fuel solutions, including the valorisation of agricultural waste is, in fact, one of MAIRE’s main objectives as envisaged in its business plan.
DG Fuels (the parent of DG Fuels Louisiana) is a US company engaged in renewable hydrogen and biogenic based, synthetic low emissions aviation fuel. The company has established several partnerships and offtake agreements with major global airlines and is currently developing its first SAF facility. The project meets the requirements set in the US Department of Energy (DOE)’s Clean Fuels & Products Shot initiative aimed at decarbonising the aviation sector through the industrialisation of SAF. Additionally, SAF derived from biomass or waste resources is eligible under the Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation (CORSIA) established by the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) to reduce the carbon offsetting requirements of airlines.
Alessandro Bernini, MAIRE CEO, commented: “The award is a strong recognition of our efforts to implement and industrialiae the waste-to-chemicals solutions developed by NEXTCHEM. The industry is rewarding our expertise and commitment to technologies that support the global decarboniaation roadmap. Having been selected for this strategic project confirms that our technology is best positioned in a competitive market such as the US, where circularity is playing a key role in achieving carbon footprint reduction targets”.
Michael Darcy, DG FUEL CEO & Chairman, commented: “We are very happy to formalise our agreement to use the NEXTCHEM gasification technology in our first zero carbon SAF production facility. NEXTCHEM’s technology, strong engineering capabilities and unquestioned financial wherewithal makes them the ideal partner in our efforts to decarbonise the aviation industry”.
Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/clean-fuels/06122023/nextchem-awarded-process-design-contract-by-dg-fuels/
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