Crimson is California’s largest producer of biodiesel. Our advanced biodiesel scores below 20 gCO2e/MJ via California’s Low Carbon Fuel Standard carbon intensity model, making it an ultra-low carbon fuel.
Crimson’s ultra-low carbon biodiesel provides local, regional and global benefits such as high-paying jobs, increased local and regional demand for goods and services, cleaner air, and significant carbon reductions.
Renewable transportation fuels like Crimson’s ultra-low carbon biodiesel, used alongside conventional petroleum diesel, deliver more sustainable energy sources that help address climate change and reduce environmental impacts.
We Turn Waste Into Fuel
Crimson is making important contributions to America’s renewable energy future. As the largest producer of ultra-low carbon biodiesel in California, we take pride in our innovations and efforts to develop local sustainable energy. Explore our site to see how we’re contributing to the future of fuels.
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How to Work with Us
Crimson is the premier California supplier of ultra-low carbon biodiesel. We provide a variety of timing, logistics, and pricing structures to best suit client needs. Equally important, we offer our supply chain partners the highest degree of flexibility, consistency, and financial stability.
23ABC was invited to see how the Crimson Renewable lab takes waste materials, such as cooking oil from thousands of restaurants, and turns it into ultra-low carbon fuel — while adding jobs to the local economy.
With SeQuential, Crimson Renewable gains increased feedstock supply options for its biodiesel production facility, and expands its ability to provide ultra-low carbon biodiesel to customers up and down the West Coast.
A Wall Street Journal article reports that CARB data indicates that biodiesel provided over 41% of California’s total reduction of 47.1 million metric tons in climate-changing gases from fuel use, more than any other fuel.
Bio-based Diesel Fuels Deliver the Biggest Reductions in Transportation-Related Greenhouse Gas Emissions in California – Ever
New Data from California’s Air Resources Board Confirms Key Role of Biodiesel and Renewable Diesel Fuels in CO2 Reductions.
We are always looking for talented professionals to join our team. Discover how you can pursue rewarding career opportunities in the high-tech world of advanced biofuels.