Phillips 66 Steps Towards Renewables in San Francisco

Phillips 66 of Houston, Texas recently announced that it had begun initial renewable diesel production at its San Francisco complex with a recently completed conversion of a diesel hydrotreater onsite.  This unit is expected to reach 8,000 barrels per day of renewable diesel by the third quarter of this year. This unit startup is the first part of Phillips 66’s plans for renewable diesel production at the complex and has been referred to by the company as the Rodeo Renewed project. Full conversion at this site is expected to reach a capacity of 50,000 barrels per day of renewable diesel by early 2024 as the company strives to cut the facility’s GHG emissions by half.  Carbon operations at t

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