Low carbon fuel market overview
Our specialists handle the regulatory complexity to deliver precise and thoughtful analyses that help our clients anticipate changes.
Our solutions allow a better understanding of the broad spectrum of products and feedstocks delivering low-carbon solutions.
As the market expands to new transport sectors and geographical zones, we help our clients to deal with mounting complexity to seize every opportunity.
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Exhaustive end-use regulatory analytics and statistical data including low-carbon fuels forecasts.
Renewable fuels markets are growingly interconnected, a fact we address through exhaustive scrutinizing of global low-carbon incentives.
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We offer tailored consulting services to our customers including work on market sizes, forecasts, mandates, use limitation, legal frameworks in specified countries and other relevant analyses.
As examples: HVO standards in Europe, Biofuels taxes in Sweden, Certificate system in Italy or Pricing of wastes qualities globally.
12 Sep 2023
Netherlands - Bullish HBE measures proposed
Published on September 05, 2023 on our customer app The Ministry of Infrastructure just opened a consultation about two major changes for 2024, a transitory year before a full revision of the biofuels policy. Greening mobility faster The government wants to support a faster development of renewables in transport. Currently enforced at 19.9% e.c, the blending…
12 Aug 2023
Sweden - Cut to 6% would erase 1 million mt of HVO demand
Published on May 08, 2023 on our customer app 2022 We integrated SCB data for pools’ growth, showing that both diesel (-5%) and gasoline (-0.3%) have reduced further down, well below our previous anticipation We received insider info from the Energy Agency, showing a clear improvement of GHG performance in 2022 for ethanol (5.7 gCO2eq/MJ…