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  1. Sustainable aviation biofuel • Julie Felgar • Managing Director, Environmental Strategy and Integration • Boeing Commercial Airplanes • May 6, 2015

  2. More people, in more countries, are traveling by air • Aviation is expanding around the globe • SOURCE: Boeing 2014 CMO, Revenue Passenger Kilometers in billions Other Middle East China Asia Pacific (excluding China) Europe 38% North America 50% 73%

  3. Global greenhouse gas emissions Aviation Other waste Other energy Industrial process Other transport 2010 Emissions Buildings & residential Land use Source: Direct and indirect emissions; calculated from IPCC WG III Assessment Report 5

  4. Boeing Strategy for Reducing Emissions More efficient airplanes Forecasted emissions growth without reduction measures CO2 Emissions More efficient flight Sustainable fuels Baseline Carbon Neutral Timeline 2005 2050 2050

  5. Aviation Needs “Drop-In” Biofuel • New ways to make the same fuel • Blended directly with petroleum jet fuel • Meets or exceeds performance standards of petroleum • NO change to airplanes, engines and fueling infrastructure

  6. Sustainability is required Sustainably produced aviation biofuel reduces CO2 emissions by 50-90% on a lifecycle basis Strong demand by major airlines Strict sustainability criteria measured by NGOs Powers sustainable growth and economic development

  7. Status of aviation biofuel industry Technically viable In demand Sufficient supply • 3 types approved by ASTM International since 2011 • High quality standard • Airline support • More than 1,600 commercial flights • Continued military interest • Refinery capacity small • Price premium • Limited sustainable feedstock • Technical success and growing demand…but supply challenged 7

  8. What will come first? Scale? Price? Increased supply? Lower price?

  9. Boeing’s global biofuel activities Nordic Initiative for Sustainable Aviation German collaboration Air China test flight, Hainan Airlines passenger flight Midwest Biofuel Initiative Boeing Research Collaboration Virgin Atlantic LanzaTech Gutter Oil Collaboration BIOJetAbu Dhabi with Etihad Japan Biofuel Roadmap Renewable Fuel Standard Advocacy Pacific Northwest Roadmap Green Diesel Commercialization Malaysia Smallhold Farm Initiative UAE Halophyte Pilot Project Brazilian Biojetfuel Platform GOL Biofuel Flights South African Airways, SkyNRG Biofuel Collaboration SAFUG support Joint Research Center with Embraer Australia Biofuel Roadmap

  10. Green diesel: biofuel breakthrough • Currently used for ground transportation • Chemically similar to “HEFA” aviation biofuel approved in 2011 • Reduces CO2by 50-90%, according to Neste Oil • 1.2 billion gallons production capacity in US, Europe and Asia • Price approaches Jet A, including government incentives • Boeing tested a 15% green diesel blend with the ecoDemonstrator (2014)