Biofuel FeedstockReview of Feedstocks Used to Produce Renewable Fuels
Feedstocks for Biodiesel and Ethanol Manufacturing
Biofuel feedstock refers to the source materials used to produce renewable fuels like Biodiesel and Ethanol. First-generation biofuels, sometimes referred to as conventional biofuels, are produced from food crops such as palm, rapeseed, soy, beets and cereals (corn, wheat, etc). Second- and third-generation biofuels, also known as “advanced biofuels”, are produced from feedstocks that do not compete with food and feed crops. Advanced biofuel feedstock examples include agricultural residues, non-food crops and algae.
As one of the largest suppliers of biodiesel in the United States, Canada and Europe, the Targray Biofuels Division is able to supply wholesale quantities of bio-based fuel from a broad range of sustainable feedstock sources.
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Our Geneva-based European biofuels team works with commodity traders, biofuel producers, diesel distributors, retailers and transport firms to create new efficiencies across the EU’s low-carbon fuel supply chain.
Supported by one of the industry’s largest managed rail fleets, our United States biodiesel supply network is continuously expanding to meet jobber and retailer demand along all major transportation corridors.
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