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Sustainable Aviation Fuel from Shell. A similar scheme is proposed for Stanlow refinery in UK as Refineries pivot in the Energy Transition 

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Bob Meinetz on Sep 17, 2021

Charley, what does "potentially to be coupled with CCS" mean? That Shell might consider taking its environmental responsibility seriously, if it doesn't affect their profit margin too much?
Since Shell has an extensive record of acting with callous disregard for the environment, let's pivot to allow the company to sell aviation fuel from its refinery after it has permanently sequested an equivalent amount of carbon deep in the Earth. What could be more fair than that? Nothing - exactly what Shell's promise of coupling its Rotterdam SAF production facility with CCS is worth.

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