Shell Aviation inks deal to supply sustainable aviation fuel to Lufthansa in US airport

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Lufthansa will use the sustainable aviation fuel for three flight routes from San Francisco International airport | Credit: Jason Doiy
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Lufthansa will use the sustainable aviation fuel for three flight routes from San Francisco International airport | Credit: Jason Doiy

Firm promises to develop 'scalable supply' of sustainable aviation fuels under new multi-year partnership with World Energy

Shell Aviation, the jet fuel arm of the Dutch oil giant, has today announced a new deal with World Energy and Lufthansa Group that will see the German airline supplied with sustainable aviation fuel for...

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