THE SUSTAINABLE AVIATION FUEL ALLIANCE
OF AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND

Purpose of the Alliance
 

The purpose of the Sustainable Aviation Fuel Alliance of Australia and New Zealand (the Alliance) is to create a collaborative environment to advance sustainable aviation fuel production, policy, education and marketing in Australia and New Zealand. In order to accelerate:

  1.  the development of a new industry in Australia and New Zealand that will create jobs and benefits for the Australian and New Zealand economy
  2.  the availability of a commercially viable and environmentally sustainable supply of low carbon fuels for aviation in Australia and New Zealand
  3.  the implementation of the right environment (policy settings, market incentives etc) in  order for the sustainable aviation fuel industry to become successful

Objectives of the Alliance 

  1.  Advise the national, state and local Governments on barriers to the development of sustainable aviation fuel production in Australia and New Zealand
  2.  Advise Government Members and Senators on potential policy solutions to accelerate the industry
  3.  Release joint collaborative statements to support the development of the industry
  4.  Share and collaborate on campaigns to support the development of the Industry
  5.  Facilitate ongoing network development and communication within the industry


Membership of the Alliance is granted on an invitation only basis to individuals and organisations meeting the following criteria:
 

  • Australian and New Zealand Airlines
  • Australian and New Zealand Airports (existing and planned)
  • Aviation Industry suppliers (aircraft manufacturers and technology developers)
  • Domestic and international aviation fuel producers and distributers with a public strategy supporting the development of a sustainable aviation fuel 
  • Sustainable aviation fuel producers distributing fuel at commercial scale domestically or internationally
  • Australian and New Zealand Research organisations with an interest in Sustainable Aviation Fuel
  • Australian and New Zealand Non profit/Industry associations with an interest in developing a Sustainable Aviation Fuel industry in Australia and New Zealand
  • Members must act in the interest of the Alliance and its stated purpose and objectives. Failure to do so may result in membership of the Alliance being revoked.

Government attendance at alliance

  • Commonwealth and State Government Departments and agencies with an interest in developing a Sustainable Aviation Fuel industry in Australia and New Zealand will be provided with the opportunity to attend meetings as observers and or be briefed by the Alliance.

Meetings 

  • To facilitate its work the Alliance is to hold face-to-face or teleconference meetings at least 4 times a year
  • Meeting agendas are to be set by the Chair in consultation with the alliance members
  • The Chair will be elected by the members of the Alliance annually and ratified by the BA Board
  • The minutes of a teleconferences and face-to-face meetings should contain only decisions, recommendations and actions
  • Administration support will be provided by Bioenergy Australia.

 

More information and suggested reading on Sustainable Aviation Fuel is available here

 

Member organisations that participate in the Sustainable Aviation Fuel Alliance of Australia and New Zealand are:
ACOR Consultants
Adelaide Airport
Air Company
Air New Zealand
Airbus
Airlines for Australia & New Zealand
Alder Fuels
Ampol
ARENA
ARUP
ATCO
Auriga Group
AUSTRADE
Australian Sugar Milling Council
Bioenergy Association NZ
Biofutures Queensland
Boeing
BP
Brisbane Airport
Bundaberg Regional Council
CAAFI
Cargill
Cathay Pacific
CEFC
CSIRO
Department of Defence
Deloitte
Eneos
Energy Link Services
ERM
Exxon Mobil
Fortescue
Frontier Impact Group
Fulcrum Bioenergy
Gevo
GHD
Griffith University, The Climate Ready Initiative
HIF Asia Pacific
Jet Zero
Lanzajet
Licella
Liquid Power Co
Low Carbon Futures, DPIRD WA
Melbourne Airport
Neste
Nuseed
Origin Energy
Perpetual
Perth Airport
Qantas 
Queensland Government, Department of State Development, Infrastructure, Local Government and Planning 
ResourceCo
Safran Helicopter Engines Australia
Saf2
Scion Research NZ
Sunshine Coast Airport
Sydney Airport
Trade and Investment Queensland
University of Queensland
US Grains Council
Virgin Australia
Viva Energy
Wagner
Western Sydney Airport
World Fuel Services
Worley