Biojet Fuel Technology Roadmap
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Rapid industry growth will drive global aviation CO2 emissions up from 0.6 billion tons (GT) in 2015 to 2.1 GT in 2050. Yet the aviation industry is committed to a 50% reduction in CO2 emissions in 2050 compared to 2005.
The industry must turn to biojet fuel, which will play the largest role in achieving this ambitious goal. Currently, four different pathways are certified for commercial use some promising, others less so. Four more pathways are under development and quickly emerging, though they also must overcome hurdles to reach commercial success. In this report, we examine
15 biojet fuel companies utilizing a wide range of feedstocks and conversion technologies and identify the near-, mid-, and long-term winners capable of delivering truly cost-competitive biojet fuel to a fuel-hungry industry.
Eight biojet fuel technologies have potential to enter the $300 billion jet fuel market and reduce aviation-related CO2 emissions by 56.2% in 2050.
Renewable diesel will bridge HEFA biojet fuel through ICAO's carbon neutral growth period as HDCJ emerges as the winning biojet fuel technology.