This is an online variant of the popular conference format Proactive has run for more than a decade and enables communication between investors and management from some of the world's cutting-edge businesses.
Those who have been following the Gevo story will know it is commercializing the next generation of gasoline, jet fuel, and diesel fuel with the potential to achieve zero carbon emissions, addressing the market need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions with sustainable alternatives.
The company has been riding some positive momentum lately.
Gevo recently won the largest contract in its history after entering into a binding Renewable Hydrocarbons Purchase and Sale Agreement with Trafigura Trading LLC. Trafigura is one of the world’s leading independent commodity trading companies.
It will deliver to Trafigura low-carbon premium gasoline, with a smaller portion of the volume for sustainable aviation fuel (SAF), starting in 2023. Trafigura hopes to supply SAF to both US and international customers interested in low-carbon jet fuel.
“This is our largest single contract to date, and with it, brings Gevo to over $1.5B of revenue in long term contracts when added to the other contracts we have in place,” said Gevo CEO Patrick Gruber, who will be presenting at the conference.
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