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KLM signs up to 10-year bulk biofuel commitment
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KLM signs up to 10-year bulk biofuel commitment

KLM has agreed to purchase 75,000 tonnes of biofuel a year from 2022 onwards from a new plant being developed in Amsterdam.

The Dutch carrier says that under a 10-year agreement it will take 75% of the fuel produced annually by SkyNRG at its planned Delfzijl site, which will be Europe’s first dedicated plant for the production of sustainable fuel.

The production facility will specialise in producing sutainable fuel, primarily from regional waste and residue streams as feedstock, and will seek to produce 100,000 tonnes of biofuel and 15,000 tonnes of bioLPG per year at the plant.

KLM, which is a part owner of SkyNRG, says it is the first airline in the world to invest in sustainable aviation fuel on this scale, adding that it is a “concrete step” towards fulfilling its sustainability ambitions…

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