As we move forward in time beyond 2035, what other feedstocks or technologies do you see contributing to the volume of low carbon fuels?
As we move forward, new conversion technologies will emerge to support reducing the overall carbon intensity of our fuels. This will enable us to convert a wider array of feedstocks such as gaseous emissions from industrial facilities and current ethanol production into renewable gasoline and jet fuel through fermentation, chemical, and catalyst conversion techniques. Expanding the opportunities will allow us to produce and blend even larger volumes of low carbon fuels to significantly lower the carbon footprint. As the population of the world expands and the need for energy and food increases, it will be imperative to consider all avenues to not only supply the products, but for them to have significantly lower carbon intensity – including those for aircraft, Offshore Marine trade, and heavy duty trucks utilized which are critical for moving all of the world’s goods.