Renewable targets in road and air transport are strengthening across Europe, while industries are stepping up efforts to reduce their carbon footprint. These trends have brought 'hydrotreated' biofuels - drop-in fuels that can replace fossil fuel without requiring engine modification - firmly under the spotlight.

As the hydrotreated biofuels market develops, Argus provides critical insight into market fundamentals and pricing.

Read this white paper to understand:

  • How are prices for hydrotreated biofuels, including HVO, SAF, bio naphtha, and bio propane, developing?
  • What's driving demand for these renewable fuels?
  • What's the outlook for capacity?

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About hydrotreated biofuels markets:

Hydrotreating renewable feedstocks is a relatively recent refining technology that enables sustainable raw materials such as vegetable oils, wastes, and animal fats to be converted into fuels that can substitute for conventional hydrocarbon-derived oil products.

Argus has been providing trusted price assessments for used cooking oil (UCO)-based hydrotreated biofuels, including HVO (hydrotreated vegetable oil), SAF (sustainable aviation fuel), and bio naphtha. This suite of European prices was recently completed with the launch of a bio propane assessment.

Global capacity for this type of renewable fuels is on the rise, and the effect of growing volumes has already translated in an increase in spot liquidity, including on the trade initiation platform Argus Open Markets (AOM) for HVO.

This growth in trade is triggering the development of best practices for supply operations and compliance with renewable fuel regulations. Argus methodology and market coverage align with evolving trends, offering market participants across multiple industries greater transparency and tools upon which to base investment and risk management decisions to reduce their carbon footprint.


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