Heavy duty with a lighter CO2 footprint
Moving the world’s goods with fewer emissions
On the road to lower GHG emissions
Road transport is vital to modern life, transporting people and goods to meet the needs of society and global economic growth. This has prompted the sector to undertake a transition toward lower greenhouse gas (GHG) emission alternatives. Every day more than 20,000 scientists and engineers at ExxonMobil are working to develop lower-carbon technologies and innovation to help lower GHG emissions from transportation, so we can help our customers navigate through the energy transition. Learn more about ExxonMobil’s position on road transport’s path to reducing GHG emissions.
On the road
Energy on the move
Innovate, invest and reinvest
Here's a look at that new venture
What it could mean for decarbonizing transportation in the future.
20K barrels per day of renewable dieselwith an anticipated start date of 2024
3M metric tons of emissions annuallythe reduction of emissions possible in Canada with this renewable diesel
650K passenger vehicles off the road for one yearthat’s the equivalent of cutting 3M metric tons per year.
500K metric tons of CO2 annuallythat’s the amount of CO2 captured by CCS during the renewable diesel production process.
A deeper dive
From farm leftovers to biofuelImagine turning agricultural leftovers into low-emission biofuel. That is, taking plant parts like inedible cornstalks and fueling our cars, trucks, boats and planes. ExxonMobil and its partners at Clariant and Genomatica are working together as part of an ambitious research program to do just that.
Advanced biofuels Perspective • Feb. 13, 2020