At the end of 2021, American Airlines finalized a sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) agreement. The agreement comes as a byproduct of the Oneworld alliance, a coalition of 14 world-class airlines that have committed to net-zero emissions by 2050. However, the program won’t deliver any SAF until 2024, and covers only a fraction of the fuel these airlines use per year.
This development comes as no surprise to us. Having partnered with next-gen tech company Twelve and the U.S. Air Force to produce E-Jet®, the world’s first-ever fossil-free jet fuel, we here at EFT knew it was only a matter of time until SAF “took off.” In fact, our work on E-Jet® was mentioned in Tulsa World’s coverage on this story. You can read the full article here.
And for a more in-depth profile on EFT and our breakthrough development, check out this piece from Tulsa World in November.
To learn more about helping secure a greener future through an investment in EFT’s sustainable fuel production technologies, please visit our offering page. There, you can also find a link to our U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission-qualified Offering Circular.