ExxonMobil acquires 45% stake in Biojet; ups biofuels interest


ExxonMobil is expanding in the biofuels sector to provide low-emissions products for the transportation sector, having acquired a 49.9% stake in Biojet AS.

A Norwegian biofuels company, Biojet wants to convert forestry and wood-based constructions waste into lower-emissions biofuels and biofuels components with the development of five new facilities.

Now, with the recent transaction, ExxonMobil will purchase up to three million barrels of Biojet’s products annually, based on the potential capacity of the new facilities.

Ian Carr, President of ExxonMobil Fuels and Lubricants Company, said, “The agreement with Biojet AS advances ExxonMobil’s efforts to provide lower-emissions products for the transportation sector.”

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