The table below provides publicly available information on fuel export agreements in the aviation sector. An exempt agreement is an agreement that would normally be regulated, but which falls under one of the exceptions. The client does not enjoy the same level of protection, as if the agreement were regulated, but nevertheless enjoys some protection, in accordance with the unfair relations provisions contained in sections 140A to 140C of the Consumer Credit Act 1974. For most regulated credit contracts, companies are required to provide this information in a format that covers the main features of the proposed credit contract. The format is prescribed by the Consumer Credit Directive and defined in the Consumer Credit (Disclosure of Information) Regulations 2010. The annual percentage (RPA) for sales contracts. When the customer enters into the credit contract, the Consumer Credit Act determines when and how many copies of an agreement the customer must receive and imposes in detail the information to be included in an agreement. The first flights start this week with saturated flights from Narita and Haneda International Airports in Tokyo. The supply of fuel was made possible by coordination between Neste and the Japanese trading house Itochu Corp. The companies plan to extend the contract beyond 2023 with a multi-year contract.
Neste currently produces 100,000 tonnes of FAS per year. With the planned expansion of the Singapore and Rotterdam facilities, it could be 1.5 million tonnes per year by 2023. London, United Kingdom – In a move that expects airlines to increasingly reduce their emissions, Neste and Shell Aviation have signed an agreement on the supply of sustainable air fuels (FAS). Global fuel supplier Shell and Neste, the world`s largest producer of sustainable fuels, has signed a supply agreement that will supply Shell with the first sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) produced in Europe. The company has already entered into SAF supply partnerships with SkyNRG and World Energy, and the latest agreement, which will begin in October, will increase the availability of renewable fuels, particularly in Europe, through Shell`s extensive refuelling network. According to Shell, the agreement will serve all segments of the industry, including commercial enterprises, freight and general aviation. In other SAF messages, ANA has reached an agreement with Neste, which is the first delivery of SAF by the European fuel supplier to an Asian airline and will make ANA the first airline to use the renewable fuel mix on flights departing from Japan. The latter agreement applies to Microsoft`s most frequent flights on Alaska Airlines routes between Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and San Francisco International and Los Angeles International Airports. While the type of volume commitment is unclear (AIN requests to businesses have not received a response by press time), the fuel purchased by Microsoft is delivered directly by SkyNRG to the Alaska Airlines refueling system. In a move that expects airlines to increasingly want to reduce their emissions, Neste and Shell Aviation have entered into a Sustainable Air Fuel Supply Agreement (FAS).
This agreement significantly increases the supply and availability of SAF for the aviation industry from October 2020.