Bryan Sherbacow, chief commercial officer of World Energy, said: “World Energy works to expand access to new and innovative ways to drive change toward a lower-carbon future. We are excited to continue our work with World Fuel and Gulfstream and to provide ever-increasing access to SAF for the industry.”
Gulfstream’s commitment to SAF goes beyond the company’s Savannah-based fleet, which includes corporate, demonstration, completion, customer support, and flight-test aircraft. The companies’ service centers in Van Nuys and Long Beach, California, also offer the same SAF blend. World Fuel and World Energy continue their commitment to addressing the demand for cleaner-burning, low-carbon aviation fuels and creating greater efficiencies by growing SAF’s production and distribution. In January 2020, World Fuel and World Energy together launched the World Economic Forum (WEF) SAF Program, designed to increase SAF availability and supply chain efficiency within the industry.
As a member of the Coalition of Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF), World Fuel supports the business aviation industry’s goal to reduce carbon emissions by 50% by 2050, including this renewed agreement, as well as other ongoing activities. Since 2015, World Fuel Services has delivered more than 22.1 million SAF gallons to business and commercial aviation customers.