SQUARECO is a publishing and consulting company specialized into renewable fuels.
Our analyses are designed to get readers to understand how renewable fuels markets are regulated, driven and priced through the following services:
Biodiesel Market Report
Our weekly analysis of market prices, new trends and regulatory developments is an established must-read for professionals of the field.
Biofuels Regulatory Update
Released on a quarterly basis, the publication synthesis the information we gather directly from ministries around the world so readers don't miss anything about blending mandates, taxation, rules and all other aspects of alternatives fuels' legal frameworks.
Biofuels Demand Forecasts
Expected by market players three times per year, the publication displays a full picture of the fuels markets in 30 countries (EU-28 + Switzerland + Norway). The demand of Fame, HVO and ethanol is specified for three years (past, current and next), with a precise split per feedstock.
Tailored consulting services including work on market sizes, forecasts, mandates, use limitation, legal frameworks in specified countries and other relevant analyses. Examples of achieved work include studies about HVO standards in Europe, biofuels taxes in Sweden, certificate system in Italy or pricing of wastes qualities globally.Contact us to express your needs
29 Apr 2019
Poland - UCOME production accelerated
Official data released by the National Center for Agricultural Support (KOWR) confirmed that UCOME production has doubled each quarter during last year. In parallel, our cross-check with Eurostat data suggests that the physical incorporation of Fame exceeded the 800 KT mark. In Q4-18, a total of 234 KT of Fame had been produced in Poland,…
11 Feb 2019
Croatia - Regulatory framework finalized
This year will mark the rebirth of the Croatian biodiesel market as the new penalty system which, approved recently through a ministerial decree, is now fully operative. Because they face an “environmental fee” in case of non-compliance, obligated parties should work to fulfill as much as possible of the 7.85% e.c and 3% GHG reduction…