What is the C-SAF Ecosystem?

The Council for Sustainable Aviation Fuels (C-SAF) is bringing together key stakeholders from the aviation industry and government to accelerate the commercial production and use of Canadian-made low-carbon and sustainable aviation fuels (SAF) in Canada.


C-SAF was created and is sponsored by over 60 domestic, international and cargo airlines operating in Canada who through a fuel consortium set-up, own and operate aviation fuel storage and distribution facilities at 11 major airports across Canada.

Our Members

Joining the founding members in C-SAF’s launch are important stakeholders from across the SAF value chain that are committed to advancing SAF production and use in Canada.

Advanced Biofuels Canada
Aéroports de Montréal
Air Transport Association of Canada
Air Company
Bennet Jones LLP
Calgary Airport Authority
Canadian Airports Council
Canadian Business Aviation Association
Canadian Fuels Association

Canadian Oilseed Processors Association
Carbon Engineering
Edmonton International Airport
Expander Energy
Forge Hydrocarbons
Fulcrum Bioenergy
GE Aviation
Greater Toronto Airports Authority
Global Business Travel Association
Halifax International Airport Authority
Harnois Énergies
Imperial Oil Limited
Mount Royal University
National Airlines Council of Canada
Ottawa International Airport
Parkland Corporation
Pratt & Whitney Canada
ReFuel Energy
Royal Bank of Canada
Saf+ Consortium
Sasol EcoFT
Suncor Energy
The Boeing Company
Tidewater Renewables
University of British Columbia
Valero Energy
Vancouver Airport Authority
Waterloo Institute for Sustainable Aeronautics
Winnipeg Airports Authority

Become a Member

C-SAF seeks to facilitate and accelerate the commercial deployment of SAF in Canada.

The Council will establish a platform for the SAF value chain to collaborate, connect and create innovative solutions to increase the scale and use of SAF in Canada. Join us today to get in contact and collaborate with different stakeholders working together to foster innovation, production, and use of SAF in Canada and in the rest of the world.