The oil industry experts at the St1 refinery in Gothenburg are dedicated to refining liquid fuels that are designed for the demanding driving conditions in the Nordic countries. All our products meet the local and European standards for traffic fuels.
Our goal is to reduce fossil CO₂ emissions in traffic step-by-step by bringing high-quality and low-emission fuels into the market.
All biofuels we sell fulfill EU and National sustainability criteria set by the law and are covered by officially approved sustainability schemes, such as ISCC, International Sustainability & Carbon Certification (https://www.iscc-system.org/) and National sustainability schemes (Finland, Sweden, Norway). Furthermore, they fulfill the minimum GHG reduction requirement of 50% set by the law and are traceable.
Premium liquid fuels are one of the cornerstones of our strategy, and we are continuing to develop premium products for Nordic customers. It is important to introduce high-quality and low-emission fuels that can be used in ordinary combustion engines, because they will dominate traffic until 2030 and even years after that.
We constantly strive to develop and market new products that enable better fuel economy and reduce environmental impact. The share of renewable components we use has increased in recent years as we have incorporated larger volumes of bio-components such as ETBE, bio-MTBE, and HVO-naphtha.
A new biorefinery is under construction on the St1 refinery site in Gothenburg. The biorefinery will have an annual capacity of 200,000 tonnes of renewable fuels production and is expected to commence its operations in 2023. It is designed to optimize production of renewable diesel and sustainable aviation fuel.