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Sustainable Fuels

Riverlake is a leading player in sustainable energy sources so to reduce CO2 emissions caused by fossil fuels.

We use our expertise to develop and design facilities for the production, storage and distribution of renewable fuels.

Like many other companies, we are transforming ourselves from a world of fossil fuels to a world of sustainability.

 

Hydrogen and E-fuels

The future of hydrogen and hydrogen-derived fuels for the industry, but also in transport sector as green marine fuel for vessels, such as e-methanol and green ammonia is something we strongly believe in. Our experience in liquid bulk logistics means we can help our customers develop infrastructure for the production, storage and transportation of e-methanol, green ammonia, hydrogen and other hydrogen-based green fuels that will become available in the future.

Bio-fuels

Bio-diesel, Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil (HVO), Ethanol and Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) are all examples of bio-fuels. They are produced from renewable, biological feedstocks reducing the fuel’s carbon footprint.

Alternative and renewable fuels, such as biodiesel, clean and environmentally friendly, derived from vegetable oils and animal fats, are one of the answers to pollution problems. Biodiesel reduces CO2 emissions by more than 80% compared to fossil fuels. Used cooking oil is cheaper than pure vegetable oils and is regarded as a suitable substitute.

The use of UCO as a second feedstock presents the additional advantage of alleviating disposal challenges. The quantity of cooking oil produced each year is massive and, when converted, can meet a large share of the world’s biodiesel demand. Once refined, this leads to Used Cooking Oil Methyl Ester (UCOME) or Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil (HVO) to name a couple.

The reduction of the greenhouse gas emission ranges between 80 and 95 % compared to standard biofuels.

We assist clients with the refurbishment or new construction of storage and distribution infrastructure to accommodate bio-fuels.