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Raizen seeks locations for sustainable aviation fuel plant in Brazil

In Texas, Reuters reported that Brazil’s largest sugar-cane ethanol producer, Raizen, has explored locations in Brazil for an ethanol-based sustainable aviation fuel plant.

The proposed project would produce at least 793,000 U.S. gallons per year of SAF using ethanol rather than biomass waste, said Paulo Neves, Raizen vice president of trading. “There is not enough used cooking oil or tallow available in the world to produce all the SAF that is demanded”, said Neves. “We have even studied the location, we’ve studied the conditions that are required in that location to build it,” he added. Raizen said it needs a partner to secure the technology for the SAF facility

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