The Asian jet fuel market is finally witnessing renewed interest after COVID-19 unleashed an unprecedented crisis in the aviation industry. Heightened vaccination rates in many Asian countries, relaxation of zero-COVID tolerance policies by governments, and the introduction of vaccinated travel lanes by various nations has boosted jet fuel prospects. The optimism around air travel bodes well for jet fuel demand and prices even as the threat of the pandemic still looms.
With aviation's environmental impact also in focus, many Asian airlines are forging ahead with the use of sustainable aviation fuels.
In a discussion with S&P Global Platts Senior Editor for Petroleum News Surabhi Sahu, Head of Global Demand and Asia Analytics Dr Kang Wu and Associate Editor Oil Markets Amy Tan share their insights into what the future holds for the jet fuel market and the feasibility of the widespread adoption of sustainable aviation fuels.
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