Replacing fossils in the chemical industry

The renewable UPM BioVerno naphtha is a drop-in solution that effectively cuts down your products’ carbon footprint.

Driving cleaner traffic

The fuels and chemicals of the future are already here. We produce renewable diesel and naphtha. Our advanced biofuels are made in Finland.

Delivering sustainable growth

We provide dependable, high-quality renewable products for transportation and bio-based materials - and take pride in our joint efforts for a better future for all.

Replacing fossils in the chemical industry

The renewable UPM BioVerno naphtha is a drop-in solution that effectively cuts down your products’ carbon footprint.

 

Looking to cut down on your carbon emissions by replacing fossil raw-materials with renewable ones in the fuel sector or petrochemical industry? We at UPM Biofuels are committed to helping our customers fight climate change. Our UPM BioVerno products meet the need to reduce transport emissions and find renewable alternatives to the production of various plastics.

 

What makes our biofuels so sustainable?

Our advanced biofuels are drop-in ready, and already hard at work across the EU and Scandinavia, reducing traffic emissions and replacing fossil raw-materials in car parts, textiles, labeling materials and packaging across the globe.

Replaces fossil raw-materials

Supports circular economy

Thorough sustainability certification

Lowers GHG emissions

No direct or indirect effect on land use

 

UPM Biofuels produces renewable and sustainable products for the transport and petrochemical industries. We offer our customers drop-in solutions to replace fossil raw materials and reduce their carbon footprint.

Our products do not compete for raw materials or land used in food production or cause additional felling of trees.

 

Join us as we take the next exciting steps on our journey

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Traffic fuels

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Chemicals

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About us

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Sustainability

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