Expertise in Biofuels, Bioliquids and Feedstocks

MBP has been active in biofuels, bioliquids and feedstocks since our founding in 1999. Our investment in this area continued as we established our first biofuel storage and factory facility in 2002.

Our feedstocks for biofuels and bioliquids are carbon neutral, cost-efficient alternatives to mineral oil based heavy fuels, light fuels and diesel. They are derived purely from biogenic waste or residue sources. Through our Sustainability Procurement Policy MBP is committed to using biofuel and bioliquid produced only from waste and by-products, not from primary oils.

We work closely with a wide range of energy producers and are noted for our outstanding levels of service and quality. We have extensive experience and expertise in sourcing, supplying and using biofuels, bioliquids and feedstocks for a wide range of installations.

MBP provides expertise in product technical knowledge, incineration technology and legal and fiscal compliance – key competences in this fragmented and rapidly developing area of the energy industry. In order to ensure a completely safe process, contact us for samples or with questions.

MBP-Biofuel product

MBP Solutions is an ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISCC EU, RSB EU RED and Italian National Scheme certified company. View and download our certificates on our Quality page.

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Type Application Description
Marine Sector
Fully biogenic origin and based on waste or residue raw materials. Can be used as B100 (100% of the fuel) or as blends with other biogenic or fossil derived fuels. Ideal replacement of fossil based liquid fuels to decarbonise the maritime transport sector. Usually very low acid number and must comply with strict quality parameters to allow a safe use of the power units installed in the vessels.
Road Sector
MBP delivers two selected biofuel that are suitable to be used in the road transport sector. The Fatty Acid Ethylester is liquid biofuel that can be blended with FAME and enter as bio-component into the B7 blends. The MBP's Biofuel Light is a partly hydrogenated biofuel derived from vegetable oils that is suited to be used by heavy vehicles fleets. These biofuels can be an ideal replacement or complement of fossil based liquid fuels, and contribute to decarbonise the carbon footprint of the fuel value chain.
These liquid fuels have fully biogenic origin and are based on waste or residue raw materials. Ideal replacement of fossil based liquid fuels to decarbonise the energy supply of various industries or municipalities. MBP adapts its offering to the technical specifications required to meet technical and regulatory constraints of the various users.
Combined head and power (CHP)
Fully biogenic origin and based on waste or residue raw materials. Biomass based source of primary energy and count as renewable source within energy supply in several countries. Very low acid number and must comply with strict quality parameters to allow a safe use of the cogeneration units.
Feedstock for Biodiesel production

MBP is one of the most experienced companies supplying sustainable feedstocks to the biodiesel industry, supplying sustainable feedstocks not competing with the feed or food chain since 2004. All feedstocks are derived from waste/residues raw materials and their supply complies with the traceabilty norms in the various areas of production. Examples of typical feedstocks are Used Cooking Oil, Food Waste Oil, Recovered Vegetable Oils, Animal Fats, Acid Oils and Fatty Acids.

Feedstock for co-processing and HVO
Leveraging the experience acquired in the biodiesel sector, MBP supplies raw materials to HVO refineries and conventional refineries that need to decarbonise their fossil fuel by introducing sustainable biogenic feedstocks as raw materials to the production process. MBP's focus on critical quality parameters is a key contributor to perform at the high standards that are required in this sector.

An overview of the biofuels and bioliquids market

An increasing number of countries in the world are committed to reducing global warming and greenhouse gases by decreasing their dependency on fossil fuels. Several countries have set national targets for renewable energy and are busy implementing policies to reach these targets. Biofuels and bioliquids are important elements in reaching these targets as they can often be used in existing facilities and equipment.

Clean energy has gained increasing global awareness. In the European Union, this topic was addressed with the Renewable Energy Directive (RED) in 2009 and subsequent RED II and RED III Directives. MBP supports the RED and is fully committed to supplying biofuels and bio-liquids complying with the requirements of the RED and similar directives around the world.

MBP biofuels and bioliquids are used in a wide range of applications – either pure or blended with other fuels – including road transport, electricity, combined heat and power (CHP) plants as well as process heat generation facilities, across Europe, North America and Asia.


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