1PointFive yesterday announced the sale of 400,000 tonnes of carbon removal credits from its planned first direct air capture (DAC) facility to aerospace leader Airbus. The facility uses using Carbon Engineering’s industrial-scale DAC solution and will extract atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) and permanently store it deep underground in geologic formations, delivering permanent and verifiable carbon dioxide removal. Airbus has pre-purchased the capture and permanent sequestration of 100,000 tonnes of CO2 from the atmosphere each year for four years, with an option to secure more volume in the future. The purchase marks a key milestone for the decarbonization of the aviation industry. 1PointFive is a carbon capture, utilization and sequestration (CCUS) platform that is working to help curb global temperature rise to 1.5°C by 2050 through the deployment of decarbonization solutions. It is a subsidiary of Occidental Petroleum’s Oxy Low Carbon Ventures business. Carbon Engineering is a climate solutions company working to deploy large-scale, commercial DAC facilities in multiple markets around the globe. Resilient LLP was pleased to assist 1PointFive on this groundbreaking transaction. For further information or to discuss the contents of this bulletin, please contact Lisa DeMarco at email@example.com.