Biofuels and feedstocks

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As the world seeks an alternative to fossil fuels, biofuels are increasingly seen as a possible solution. The biofuel sector keeps on growing, and so do the opportunities for market participants, including biofuel producers, investors and feedstock suppliers. As production is dictated by blending mandates that vary from country to country and are, therefore, subject to frequent regulatory changes and updates, it is becoming more challenging to understand and predict pricing trends.

For those trading in the biofuels and feedstocks market, we capture pricing across the complex marketplace, including biodiesel, glycerin, renewable identification numbers (RINs), California’s Low-Carbon Fuel Standard (LCFS) credits and related certificate markets in Europe.

For renewable diesel and SAF procurers, we provide granular expertise of feedstock markets and pricing, equipping them with a strong position during contract negotiation. Fastmarkets Agriculture‘s comprehensive feedstock prices include UCO (US Gulf), Bleachable Fancy Tallow (Chicago), RBD Soybean Oil and many others currently used by the industry as benchmarks for contract negotiations. Using our price data, you can secure favorable terms with feedstock suppliers.

With Fastmarkets you can stay up to date with an ever-changing industry and make better forecasting calculations

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Biofuels and feedstocks market prices
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Biodiesel ($/MT) B100 LA CA dlvd ($/MT)
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Biodiesel (B100)(Cents/Gal) Northeast
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Biodiesel (B100)(Cents/Gal) Lower Midwest
The Jacobsen
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Biodiesel (B100)(Cents/Gal) Southeast
The Jacobsen
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Biodiesel (B100)(Cents/Gal) South Central
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Biodiesel (B100)(Cents/Gal) Upper Midwest
The Jacobsen
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Biodiesel (B100)(Cents/Gal) Rocky Mountain
The Jacobsen
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Biodiesel (B100)(Cents/Gal) West Coast
The Jacobsen
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D4 Biomass Based Diesel RIN (cents/gal) B19
The Jacobsen
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D4 Biomass Based Diesel RIN (cents/gal) B20
The Jacobsen
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D4 Biomass Based Diesel RIN (cents/gal) B21
The Jacobsen
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D5 Advance Biofuel RINs (cents/gal) A19
The Jacobsen
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D5 Advance Biofuel RINs (cents/gal) A20
The Jacobsen
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D5 Advance Biofuel RINs (cents/gal) A21
The Jacobsen
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D6 Renewable Fuel RINs (cents/gal) E19
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D6 Renewable Fuel RINs (cents/gal) E20
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D6 Renewable Fuel RINs (cents/gal) E21
The Jacobsen
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FAME 0 deg C CFPP/5deg C Cloud Point FOB NYH (cents/gal) B100 Flat Price ($/MT)
The Jacobsen
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FAME 0 deg C CFPP/5deg C Cloud Point FOB NYH (cents/gal) B100 Flat Price ($/gal)
The Jacobsen
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FAME 0 deg C CFPP/5deg C Cloud Point FOB NYH (cents/gal) B100 Difference to Heating Oil w/ RINS (cents/gal)
The Jacobsen
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FAME 0 deg C CFPP/5deg C Cloud Point FOB NYH (cents/gal) B100 Difference to Heating Oil no RINS (cents/gal)
The Jacobsen
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FAME 0 deg C CFPP/5deg C Cloud Point FOB – USG (cents/gal) B100 Flat Price ($/MT)
The Jacobsen
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FAME 0 deg C CFPP/5deg C Cloud Point FOB – USG (cents/gal) B100 Flat Price ($/gal)
The Jacobsen
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FAME 0 deg C CFPP/5deg C Cloud Point FOB – USG(cents/gal) B100 Difference to Heating Oil w/ RINS (cents/gal)
The Jacobsen
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FAME 0 deg C CFPP/5deg C Cloud Point FOB – USG (cents/gal) B100 Difference to Heating Oil no RINS (cents/gal)
The Jacobsen
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Glycerine (FOB US Plant) (Cents/Lb) Refined 99.7% USP
The Jacobsen
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Glycerine (FOB US Plant) (Cents/Lb) Refined 99.7% Tallow
The Jacobsen
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Glycerine (FOB US Plant) (Cents/Lb) Crude 80% Basis
The Jacobsen
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Heating Oil (ULSD) – Nearby Futures month on rolling schedule
The Jacobsen
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International Biodiesel (metric tons) -TME – Rotterdam
The Jacobsen
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International Biodiesel (metric tons) -SME – Argentina
The Jacobsen
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International Biodiesel (metric tons) – PME – Malaysia/Indonesia
The Jacobsen
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Low Carbon Fuel Standard (cents/gal) California LCFS ($/MT)
The Jacobsen
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Low Carbon Fuel Standard (cents/gal) California LCFS (cents per gallon, UCO)
The Jacobsen
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Low Carbon Fuel Standard Soybean Oil
The Jacobsen
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Low Carbon Fuel Standard DCO
The Jacobsen
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Low Carbon Fuel Standard Tallow LCFS
The Jacobsen
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Jacobsen B100 Index
The Jacobsen
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Renewable Diesel (cents/gal) – California LA (del $/gal)
The Jacobsen
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SME Biodiesel (B100) FOB – New York Harbor (cents/gal) B100 Flat Price ($/MT)
The Jacobsen
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SME Biodiesel (B100) FOB – New York Harbor (cents/gal) B100 Flat Price ($/gal)
The Jacobsen
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SME Biodiesel (B100) FOB – New York Harbor (cents/gal) B100 Difference to Heating Oil w/ RINS (cents/gal)
The Jacobsen
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SME Biodiesel (B100) FOB – New York Harbor (cents/gal) B100 Difference to Heating Oil no RINS (cents/gal)
The Jacobsen
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SME Biodiesel (B100) FOB – US Gulf (cents/gal) B100 Flat Price ($/MT)
The Jacobsen
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SME Biodiesel (B100) FOB – US Gulf (cents/gal) B100 Flat Price ($/gal)
The Jacobsen
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SME Biodiesel (B100) FOB – US Gulf (cents/gal) B100 Difference to Heating Oil w/ RINS (cents/gal)
The Jacobsen
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SME Biodiesel (B100) FOB – US Gulf (cents/gal) B100 Difference to Heating Oil no RINS (cents/gal)
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Natural Gas (rolling nearby futures)
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Biofuels and feedstocks news and market analysis
Gain an in-depth understanding of the dynamics of the global biofuels and feedstocks market. From biodiesel to sustainable aviation fuel and the individual feedstocks used within the blending, understand what’s driving this evolving market on a daily basis.

What have been the main feedstock price drivers and what scenario has been set for 2023? Our data analysis with interactive charts explores the latest trading trends.

What are the main challenges on the path to decarbonization and the adoption of sustainable aviation fuels for the aviation industry?

Published in a recent Gaftaworld issue, Tim Worledge, editorial director at Fastmarkets Agriculture shares his view on oilseeds and veg oils 2024 demand outlooks

The 45 projects slated to produce the biofuel could produce up to 1.7 million tonnes of sustainable jet fuel by 2023, analysis from Transport & Environment showed

Anticipated biofuel demand is set to increase by 38 billion liters from 2023 to 2028, marking a nearly 30% rise from the preceding five years

Shipments of UCO from China have increased in the past three years to Asia and US, but the trend is moving in the opposite direction in Europe

The domestic soybean oil market in Brazil has seen higher bid prices due to solid biodiesel demand

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