What We Deliver

Major oil companies, truck stop operators, and fuel wholesalers rely on our BQ 9000-accredited ultra-low carbon biodiesel that exceeds ASTM D6751 specifications. Crimson consistently delivers high-quality biodiesel with full service logistics and a variety of timing and pricing structures. This combination of quality, service, and contract flexibility provides the highest degree of responsiveness to customers and supply chain partners.

Total Commitment to Quality

Our commitment to excellence and quality is the cornerstone of our biodiesel operations. We are committed to ensuring that our biodiesel will meet or exceed the highest industry standards for fuel quality, storage and handling, including ASTM D6751, BQ-9000 and as well as supplemental customer and fuel terminal specifications year-round.

Support for Our Customers

Leading refiners, wholesale distributors and retailers are using biodiesel blends as the most economic means to improve the environmental performance of petroleum-based diesel fuel as required by various state and federal regulations.

As needed, Crimson provides support and education concerning biodiesel storage and handling to ensure a successful experience.

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How to Work with Us

Crimson is the premier California supplier of ultra-low carbon biodiesel. We provide a variety of timing, logistics, and pricing structures to best suit client needs. Equally important, we offer our supply chain partners the highest degree of flexibility, consistency, and financial stability.
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Expansion of Crimson Renewable Energy Facility, Establishes Kern Co. as State’s Top Producer of Advanced Biofuels

The recent expansion of Crimson Renewable Energy’s ultra-low carbon biodiesel production facility leads to a tripling of production and puts Kern County on the map as California’s leading producer of Advanced Biofuels, company officials announced today at an event unveiling the newly revamped facility.
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Governor Brown Extends California Climate Goals

See the National Biodiesel Board comment on Governor Brown signing SB 32, a law to extend the state’s targets for emissions reductions targets to 2030.
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Forty Senators Call for Higher Biodiesel Targets in RFS

View details regarding how lawmakers asked the EPA to boost volumes in pending proposal
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U.S. Biodiesel Monthly Imports in July Hit Second-Highest Level on Record

U.S. biodiesel imports in July 2016 rose for a sixth straight month, soaring to the second-highest monthly total on record, according to an OPIS analysis of U.S. Census Bureau trade data released by the USDA’s Foreign Agriculture Service Global Agricultural Trade System.
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