Webinar Replay - October 2022
1 h 2 min
In an era marked by concerted efforts to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and minimize the environmental impact of transportation, the utilization of Sustainable Aviation Fuels (SAF) remains relatively low, accounting for just 0.1% of the global jet fuel demand. However, recognizing the urgency of the situation, government authorities, refining companies, and the aviation industry are collaboratively exploring diverse technological pathways to substitute conventional fossil-based jet fuel with renewable and sustainable bio-based alternatives.
To achieve the ambitious targets set by authorities, a multifaceted approach is necessary, involving the integration of different technologies tailored to the unique characteristics of various feedstocks worldwide. It is widely acknowledged that a single solution alone cannot adequately meet the future demand for Bio-Jet fuel.
In this context of striving for a smooth energy transition, Axens is please to present various technology pathways for the production of Bio-Jet fuel. Describing their benefits, technical advantages, and a notable positive impact on reducing carbon footprint. By showcasing these pathways, we aim to contribute to the collective efforts aimed at building a sustainable future for aviation and mitigating the sector's environmental footprint.
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Technology Engineer, Axens
A chemistry major at Kingston University, Marianne started her career as a Fluid Catalytic Cracking (FCC) Consultant in charge of technical assistance and catalyst technical offers. She joined Axens in 2011 and has been working as a Technical Service Engineer for Gasoline Blocks, from naphtha hydrotreatment, Prime-G+™ and coker naphtha to isomerization and reforming units. She joined at last Axens’ Alcohol to Jet technology team in 2022.
Business Development Manager Bio & Renewables, Axens
Yvon bernard is working as a Business Development manager in the field of Bio & Renewables in Axens based in Rueil Malmaison and in in charge of developing, promoting the bio-based technologies for the production of biofuels and bio based chemicals. He started his professional career in the upstream oil and gas Business in Schlumberger in field operation and in charge of developing a new well intervention technology in Middle East region. He joined Axens in 2014 as a start-up manager where he was in charge of two major refineries start-ups in Thailand and Kazakhstan. After 3 years as a sales Manager for Process Licensing in Asia region, he moved to the Bio renewable group for the business development. Yvon holds an MSc in General engineering from the engineering school of Arts et Métiers in Lille (France) and a final graduating project made in Kunming (China).
Mike Rhodes - Moderator
Managing Editor, Hydrocarbon Processing
Mike Rhodes is responsible for print and web editorial, 'show daily' newspapers for industry conferences, and coverage of the refining, petrochemical, natural gas and LNG, and gas processing industries. He graduated from Eastern Washington University with a double BS degree in Journalism and Public Relations, and a minor in Technical Writing.
Sustainable Aviation Fuel
Choose Axens as your trusted partner in reaching the global target of 11 billion liters of Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) by 2030. Our expertise and solutions will pave the way for a future and more sustainable aviation industry.
Renewable Diesel and Jet
Axens is actively contributing to meet this future demand for Renewables & Alternatives products by providing technologies for producing high-quality middle distillates (jet fuel and diesel) and gasoline.