Supply chain distribution
Airports and Auxiliary Services (ASA), through this project is concentrating efforts of civil society organizations, government, business and research to the production of biofuels, reviewing legal aspects, availability of inputs, production lines, refining infrastructure forms of supply and affordability. For example, established a partnership agreement with Boeing , one of the most important aircraft manufacturers in the world, and UOP- Honeywell , a company already markets a process for producing bioturbosina .
The closest objective of this project are covered with biofuel at least one percent of national demand by 2015 (40 million liters) and 15 percent by 2020 (over 700 million liters).
The steps are clear: to continue with the catalog of the sources and development conducive to different geographic conditions in the country, creating an incentive scheme to push the process of extraction and refining of vegetable oils of the inputs of second generation for biofuel production, promoting fiscal and legal strategy to facilitate the economic viability of these biofuels.
Domestic (18 Mexican airports)