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Decarbonize Transportation Fuel

As our nation moves to an electrified transportation economy, a large proportion of our transportation infrastructure will remain reliant on traditional fossil fuels, leading to an electrification gap. Advanced biofuels can help to fill that gap, and reduce greenhouse gas reductions for the hard-to-electrify sectors – like aviation, long-distance trucking, and marine shipping.

We need sustainable liquid fuels to transition to our energy future.

  • In June 2022, U.S. biodiesel and renewable diesel provided average cost savings of $0.22 per gallon.
  • Heavy duty trucks alone account for nearly 8% of U.S. GHG emissions
  • Global jet fuel consumption may double or triple by 2050
  • It’s estimated more than 2 billion internal combustion engines will still be on the road in 2050

Advanced Biofuels By the Numbers

Advanced biofuels emissions reductions must exceed 50%, but oftentimes reach
80% or higher

2018 U.S. GHG savings from biofuel (excluding ethanol) totaleld more than 15 million tonnes

Advanced biofuels deliver reductions of at least 11.1 pounds of CO2 per gallon

In July 2019, biodiesel provided average cost savings of $0.14 per gallon compared to diesel

Global biofuel ouput must triple by 2030 to meet international
sustainable growth targets

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