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Twelve | Moses Lake eSAF facility

USA
FID

Overview

Status
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FID
Region
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North America
Geography
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USA
State
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Washington
Equity Owner
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Twelve
Proponent
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Twelve
Output
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Carbon capture
Sustainable aviation fuel
Type of electricty
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Hydropower
Capacity
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40000 gallons/y
Financing
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Technology
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Technical Advisors
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Advisors
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Project Contact
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Twelve co-founder and CEO Nicholas Flanders
Lawyers
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Project Cost
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Offtaker
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Commercial Operations Date
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2024
Decommission Date
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FID
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Description

Twelve will produce sustainable aviation fuel made from CO2 and renewable energy, with a commercial-scale production facility in Moses Lake, WA.

The company’s technology utilizes a CO2 electrochemical reactor called OPUS that turns carbon dioxide into hydrocarbons, which are feedstocks for a variety of products.

The commercial plant will run on hydropower and use CO2 captured from a nearby ethanol plant. The captured CO2 and water will be fed through OPUS and turned into synthetic gas, which is a basis of SAF. The gas can be blended with traditional jet fuel. Twelve will sell the carbon credits from the emissions it reduces to businesses looking to offset their business travel carbon footprint.

 

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