Petroineos is a refining and energy trading joint venture between PetroChina International London (PCIL) and INEOS Group. Formed in 2011, we are a young and ambitious company with a dynamic approach to business and a strong drive for sustainable growth. As a joint venture, we have a special relationship with PCIL’s parent company group, PetroChina – one of the largest oil and gas companies in the world, and the refining and petrochemical group, INEOS. Our highly experienced teams trade a comprehensive range of energy products, supported by a network of professional teams across the globe, enabling our customers to benefit from our ability to leverage our shareholders’ global network. Trading is carried out by three divisions: crude, refined products, and power & emissions. Our annual trading volume exceeds 70 million tonnes with trading revenue in excess of $30 billion. Our strategically located refineries at Grangemouth, Scotland, and Lavera, France represent some of Europe’s longest standing crude oil refineries. Our refineries supply fuel to local as well as international markets, whilst playing a vital role in supporting their local economies. Between them our two refineries process over 420,000 barrels of crude oil per day and produce more than 19 million tonnes of oil products each year.
1PointFive is a carbon capture utilization and storage (CCUS) company focused on reducing atmospheric CO2. 1PointFive's mission is to support global decarbonization to curb global temperature rise to 1.5°C in alignment with Paris Agreement targets. Our integrated solution platform includes Direct Air Capture, point source capture, CO2 storage through geologic sequestration and CO2 utilization—producing low carbon fuels from captured CO2. We are actively developing projects including what will be the world's largest Direct Air Capture facility, with the capacity to capture 1 million tonnes of CO2 annually when fully operational, and multiple CO2 sequestration hubs along the gulf coast. Our vision is to turn CO2 into a valuable resource and create a sustainable net-zero system through CCUS.
Adamant was founded in 2013 with the aim of offering integrated solutions in the world of sustainable bioenergy, capable of reducing greenhouse gas emissions globally. Our activity ranges from the origination of raw materials worldwide - mainly waste and by-products - to the production and trading of advanced biofuels and a wide range of bioliquids useful for the production of green energy. We are a global company with strong Italian roots capable of extending from Latin America to Asia, with a single goal: to offer clean, sustainable energy solutions capable of contributing to the construction of a better world.
GIDARA Energy is focused on converting non-recyclable waste into advanced biofuels using patented technologies. Our High-Temperature Winkler (HTW®) technology can be utilized to produce valuable products such as advanced biofuels for use in the road transport, marine and aviation sectors, helping these sectors to reduce their carbon emissions and become more sustainable. The patented HTW® technology is the leading gasification process, with decades of waste gasification experience at a commercial scale. Over the years, the technology has been significantly improved to achieve better results and handle a broad range of feedstocks. GIDARA Energy’s objective is to meet the demand for cleaner fuels, reduce global carbon emissions and create a more circular economy, with more advanced biofuel and biochemical facilities to come.
Port of Amsterdam
Leading player in renewable energy By 2025, the port of Amsterdam wants to be a leading European seaport, leading the transition to a sustainable society. In order to remain an energy port in the future, we are looking for new cargo flows and ways to generate sustainable energy. The port is accelerating the production of renewable energy products, such as biofuels and biochemicals. Excellent connections The port of Amsterdam has a well-equipped sea-entrance and excellent hinterland connections by water, rail, road and underground pipelines. This, together with the unique location within the world’s largest international energy hub ARA (Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Antwerp), makes the port of Amsterdam an ideal location for biofuels. BioPark BioPark is thé development location for producers of renewable fuels in the port of Amsterdam. BioPark, 20 hectares in size, has a good infrastructure, a deep sea quay and terminals within easy reach for the storage and transport of feedstock and products.
Renewable Energy Group
Renewable Energy Group, Inc., (Nasdaq: REGI) is leading the energy industry’s transition to sustainability by transforming renewable resources into high-quality, cleaner fuels. REG is an international producer of cleaner fuels and one of the world’s largest producer of biofuels. REG solutions are alternatives for petroleum diesel and produce significantly lower carbon emissions. REG utilizes an integrated global procurement, distribution and logistics network to operate 11 biorefineries in the U.S. and Europe. REG is meeting the growing global demand for lower-carbon fuels and leading the way to a more sustainable future.
Service Terminal Rotterdam
STR is a modern independent fuel storage terminal, strategically located in the Botlek area of the Port of Rotterdam, Europe’s largest and best-connected oil trading hub. The site currently operates a fuel oil terminal and uniquely has land and berthing capabilities to expand into a bitumen terminal, which will be connected to all kind of modes of transport. Sea going vessels, barges, rail and road
Today, companies are constantly urged to drastically reduce their carbon footprint. By trading in a wide variety of sustainable energy products and certificates, STX enables businesses to achieve this goal; “we make environmental markets work”. In doing so, we contribute to a more transparent environmental commodities market and, therefore, a greener world. To maintain STX’s position as the market leader in the fast-changing environmental commodities field, we are continuously capitalizing on new opportunities.
European Waste-based & Advanced Biofuels Association - EWABA
EWABA is a Brussels-based association representing the interests of the European waste-based and advanced biofuels industry before EU institutions, national governments, industry, civil society and the media. We promote the inclusion of waste-based and advanced biofuels in the EU fuel mix as a sustainable means of reducing greenhouse gas emissions in EU transport. Our +35 members active in most EU Member States collect and use waste and advanced feedstocks listed in parts A and B of Annex IX of the Renewable Energy Directive (REDII) to produce sustainable biodiesel with the highest GHG savings (up to +90%) when compared with fossil fuels, thus enabling “near-term decarbonization” of the EU road and maritime transport sectors.