The drive to develop viable, fully commercialised sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) is gaining momentum. By the beginning of 2020, over 250,000 flights had taken off using SAF blends and over 6 billion litres of offtakes had been achieved. SAF currently accounts for only 0,01% of global jet fuel use but is expected to reach up to 2% by 2025 with the right policy support


Our breakthrough technology helps increase waste diversion and promotes circular economy through fuels and chemicals derived from waste. Utilising sustainable waste-based feedstock, such as tallow, used cooking oil and waste vegetable oil, we are able to produce a green alternative to fuels which offers up to 35% reduction of Green House Gases as compared to other conventional Hydrogenation technologies currently in use.


Producing renewable chemicals from waste helps accelerate the transition to a circular economy where waste becomes a resource for the production of everyday products.


Strategically located at the tip of Borneo, we are well positioned to be able to source for certified sustainable waste-based feedstock from different regions around the world.

Our multifaceted sourcing strategy ensure our growth and protects against supply chain risks including availability concerns, pricing sensitivities and sustainability impacts associated with our supply chain. 


Within the port limits of Sapangar Bay Port in Kota Kinabalu, we have been allotted a 15-acre piece of land on which our facility will be developed. A dedicated jetty serving the facility and close proximity to the Sapangar Bay Container Port allows flexibility in terms of product movement and eases the common logistical issues faced by similar manufacturing facilities.


In the global economy, a well-developed ability to create and sustain fruitful collaborations gives companies a significant competitive leg up.

Vandelay Ventures has engaged and have formalised collaborations with our partners to ensure successful development of the project.