S-Oil Recycles Used Oils to Boost Production of Low-Carbon Fuel

S-Oil is now recycling spent cooking oil, palm oil byproducts, waste plastic-based pyrolysis oil, and other bio-based feedstocks to increase the number of low-carbon fuels and environmentally friendly chemical products it produces.

Furthermore, to boost its ability to create low-carbon biofuels, like sustainable aviation oil and next-generation biodiesel, as well as bio-based petrochemical feedstocks, like naphtha and polypropylene, S-Oil utilises a dual-treatment technique known as "Co-processing."

According to S-Oil, the nation's refinery industry has never engaged in co-processing bio-based feedstocks. They just received clearance to co-process bio-based feedstocks in the nation's regulatory sandbox. The corporation now has two years to test ratios of its new co-processed oil combinations and create ecologically safe goods using its regulatory sandbox.

The company recently established a new partnership with DS Dansuk, a local developer of battery, plastic recycling, and biofuel technologies, to expand its supply chain for materials to make low-carbon fuel and chemical products. This is just one of the company's latest efforts to introduce and manufacture carbon-free products.

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