Brazilian state owned oil & gas giant Petrobras has completed the first production test of Aviation Kerosene with renewable content, BioQAV, in Brazil, which integrates the company's new generation of sustainable fuels. In line with its commitment to developing pioneering solutions focused on reducing CO2 emissions, Petrobras is the first company in Brazil to carry out a production test by co-processing of kerosene from fossil origin and vegetable oil, using existing refining units. The test took place at the Presidente Getúlio Vargas Refinery REPAR, in Paraná, and the results were considered promising. BioQAV emits less CO2 than mineral QAV (derived from petroleum) as it contains compounds generated by the hydrogenation (chemical reaction with the addition of hydrogen) of a vegetable oil in its formulation. The production of renewable QAV is the result of Petrobras' BioRefino Program, focused on the development of more modern and sustainable fuels and one of the decarbonization fronts of the company's Strategic Plan 2022-2026.