ExxonMobil’s Dan Kadlecek

Dan Kadlecek

Principal Aviation Fuel Engineer

Dan Kadlecek has more than 20 years’ experience at ExxonMobil, working at the forefront of ExxonMobil’s sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) efforts since he joined the company in 2001. He has worked on fuel manufacturing projects for ExxonMobil’s aviation business, including the manufacturing of synthetic fuels.

A Houston native inspired to pursue a career in chemistry by his high school chemistry teacher, Kadlecek received his Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry from Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas. He later went on to receive his PhD in chemistry from the University of Pennsylvania.

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Hear from Our Experts: Q&A with Dan Kadlecek, Principal Aviation Fuel Engineer at ExxonMobil

Dan Kadlecek is on the forefront of ground-breaking research for both the conventional and alternative aviation fuel space, including SAF. Hear more about his expertise while working at ExxonMobil.

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