Our integrated systems allow us to reduce carbon emissions within the transportation ecosystem, create carbon negative circular bio-economies, and create energy that reduces greenhouse gas emissions through the production of sustainable below zero transportation fuels.
Our integrated approach to advanced biofuels includes transporting animal feed byproducts to our partnered dairy digesters, who capture harmful methane emissions from animal waste; using this animal waste to produce renewable natural gas that fuels our refinery and displaces petroleum gas in the pipeline for trucks and other uses; or build advanced fuel facilities to create the lowest carbon intensity sustainable aviation fuels by sequestering CO2 underground.
We own and operate production facilities with more than 110 million gallons per year of production capacity in the US and India. Our production portfolio includes the largest low-carbon ethanol plant in California, a 65 million gallon per year fuel ethanol plant located in Keyes, California near Modesto and renewable natural gas production from surrounding dairy farms. We are expanding our production of low carbon fuels with sustainable aviation fuel and renewable diesel production facilities that use our corn oil, biogas, and local wood waste to produce below zero carbon intensity renewable fuels.