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Zero emissions fuels

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Synthetic fuels: an alternative for decarbonizing mobility
What are carbon-neutral fuels?

We are producing carbon-neutral fuels using only water and CO2 as raw materials. These fuels can be used in any kind of vehicle around today, such as automobiles, trucks, and planes, among others, without the need to adapt their fuel systems. This is possible thanks to our CO2 capturing technology, and the renewable energy that enables us to obtain hydrogen from water molecules.
  • How synthetic fuels are produced

    Synthetic fuels represent a new step in our commitment to become a net zero emissions company by 2050, which highlights all of our experience in our pursuit of a zero emissions mobility future. This is due to the fact that these fuels boast properties on par with traditional fuels and have an unlimited production capacity.
  • Find out how they're made

    Infographic that describes the generation process for synthetic fuels

Learn about the new plant to be built in Bilbao

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Net zero emissions by 2050

We are the first energy company to acquire the commitment to reach net zero emissions by 2050, aligned with the climate objectives set out by the Paris Agreement and the UN Sustainable Development Goals.