SCH Number 2020120330


Project Info

Title
Rodeo Renewed Project
Description
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. The Project would also provide a mechanism for complying with California’s Low-Carbon Fuel Standard and Cap-and- Trade programs and the federal Renewable Fuels Standard, while continuing to meet regional market demand for transportation fuels. Once the Project is operational, no crude oil would be processed at the Rodeo Refinery, and up to 80,000 bpd of renewable feedstocks would be received and processed in the proposed Feed Pre-treatment Unit. Once operational the Rodeo Refinery would supply up to 107,000 bpd of renewable fuels (67,000 bpd) and petroleum-based transportation fuels or gasoline (40,000 bpd). Of the 67,000 bpd of renewable fuels that would be produced, 55,000 bpd would occur as a result of the Project.
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4 documents in project

Type Lead/Public Agency Received Title
Contra Costa County Phillips 66 Rodeo Renewed Project
Contra Costa County Rodeo Renewed Project
Contra Costa County Phillips 66 Rodeo Renewed Project
Contra Costa County Phillips 66 Rodeo Renewed Project