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Maersk invests in WasteFuel to develop green bio-methanol production in the Americas and Asia

Copenhagen, Denmark and Los Angeles, CA - 

Three weeks after the announcement of an e-methanol sourcing agreement in Europe, A.P. Moller – Maersk invests in California-based WasteFuel, a start-up focused on turning waste into sustainable aviation fuel, green bio-methanol, and renewable natural gas. This investment is made through Maersk Growth, the corporate venture arm of A.P. Moller – Maersk.

Maersk’s investment will enable WasteFuel to develop biorefineries that utilise the most effective technologies available to produce sustainable fuels from unrecoverable waste that would otherwise degrade, and release methane and other harmful emissions into the atmosphere.

  

Razon’s Prime Infra creates unit for waste-to-fuel project

 Ports and casino magnate Enrique Razon’s Prime Infrastructure Holdings Corp. said Wednesday it has established a new subsidiary for its waste-to-fuel project being developed in partnership with US-based WasteFuel Global.

  

NetJets and WasteFuel Partner to Revolutionize Travel

NetJets today announces it has made a significant investment in WasteFuel, a waste to fuel company that aims to transform landfill waste into sustainable aviation fuel (SAF), making it the first private aviation company to buy a stake in the production of SAF.

  

WasteFuel Names Mario De La Ossa President

 WasteFuel, a California-based next-generation waste-to-fuels company that uses proven technologies to address the climate emergency and revolutionize mobility, announced today the promotion of Mario De La Ossa to President. ​

  

WasteFuel Announces New Leadership Team

WasteFuel announced today that it has named Trevor Neilson as its Chairman and CEO. The company also announced Mario De La Ossa as Chief Commercial Officer and Kevin Stark as the company’s Chief Operating Officer.

  

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