TotalEnergies partners with Veolia, Engie and CMA CGM in advanced biofuels

It is not yet clear how TotalEnergies will do this. But promised, by 2023, the biorefinery of La Mède (Bouches-du-Rhône) will no longer use palm oil, announced Patrick Pouyanné, its CEO, in an interview with the newspaper La Provence and published on July the 5th. As with its future biorefinery at Grandpuits (Seine-et-Marne), which is due to enter service in 2024 to produce sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) in particular, the major remains very discreet about its sources of supply of used edible oils, oils. residual or animal fat. However, La Mède still operates at 60% with vegetable oils for the production of 500,000 tonnes of HVO (the basic component of biodiesel and biokerosene) per year.

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