Vattenfall and St1 have signed a Letter of Intent to develop a fossil-free value chain for production of synthetic electro fuel and the next step is to jointly conduct a feasibility study. The study aims at addressing the full value chain for production of electro fuel from offshore wind, starting 2029 and gradually growing towards the target of one million cubic meters.Vattenfall and St1 will jointly conduct a feasibility study with the ambition to develop a fossil-free value chain for production of electro fuel, through offshore wind. In the partnership Vattenfall aims to develop an offshore wind power-based hydrogen supply infrastructure on the west coast of Sweden and St1 plans to produce one million cubic meters of electro fuels, primarily targeted for sustainable aviation fuel using the fossil-free hydrogen. Such volumes equal for example the annual aviation fuel demand of Arlanda airport. First drops starting from 2029 and onwards.Two thirds of Swedish carbon dioxide emissions today come from industry and transports. Together with industries, Vattenfall works actively with direct electrification and indirect electrification, using fossil-free hydrogen gas. Vattenfall sees huge potential for decarbonisation on the Swedish West coast for industries like refinery and petrochemicals.