Lower Carbon Fuels Basics
Lower Carbon Fuels For Reducing Carbon and Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Chevron Renewable Energy Group is helping to lead the energy and transportation industries' transition to a lower carbon future by converting renewable resources into high-quality, lower carbon fuels. We are an international producer of lower carbon fuel solutions that can help lower greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
A Simple, Cost-Effective Transition
Our lower carbon fuel solutions can help reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions — and they're easy to incorporate into virtually any existing infrastructure.
EnDura FuelsTM is Chevron Renewable Energy Group’s full line of lower carbon fuel solutions. This proprietary line contains five lower carbon fuels that can help you meet your company’s lower carbon and operational targets as well as making a difference in reducing carbon emissions:
- InfiniD™ – This biodiesel product mitigates up to 100% of fossil carbon1
- VelociD™ – This renewable diesel product mitigates up to 100% for fossil carbon1
- UltraClean BlenD™ – This combination of renewable diesel and biodiesel can provide the lowest overall engine emissions of any diesel fuel option
- PuriD™ – This ultra biodiesel product has carbon Intensity (CI) scores that are lower than petroleum diesel and allow for reduced carbon intensity now
- BeyonDTM – This sustainable aviation fuel has lower carbon blendstock for petroleum jet fuel
1Product is produced from renewable oils and fats. Methanol used to make biodiesel and hydrogen used to make renewable diesel and SAF are typically made from conventional natural gas, but can be produced from renewable resources
Future of the Fuel Landscape
What market factors will be at play for the fuel and transportation industries over the next 30 years? That may seem like a long way out, but forward-thinking organizations are already looking far ahead in this ever-changing landscape. Alternative fuels such as biodiesel, renewable diesel, natural gas and hydrogen will play a vital role in the coming decades to help lower carbon emissions.
Lower carbon fuels are the future — and the future is here, now.