Phillips 66 proposes to modify the existing Rodeo Refinery into a repurposed facility that would process renewable feedstocks into renewable diesel fuel, renewable components for blending with other transportation fuels, and renewable fuel gas. As a result of proposed modifications, the Rodeo Refinery would no longer process crude oil for petroleum-based fuels and would assist California in meeting its stated goals of reducing GHG emissions and ultimately transitioning to carbon neutrality.1 The Project would also provide a mechanism for complying with California’s Low-Carbon Fuel Standard and Capand-Trade programs and the federal Renewable Fuels Standard, while continuing to meet regional market demand for transportation fuels.
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