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Asia-Pacific Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil Market

Analysis and Forecast, 2023-2032

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Vegetable and animal fats are hydrogenated and hydrocracked at high pressures and temperatures using hydrogen and catalysts to make HVO. The hydrotreating method involves removing oxygen from feedstocks that contain fatty acids and/or triglycerides.

The manufacture of transportation fuels from crude petroleum can be accomplished using a proven and approved commercial technique called hydrotreating. This technique involves the elimination of undesirable contaminants (such as sulfur, nitrogen, oxygen, etc.) using a large volume of hydrogen gas.

Hydrotreated vegetable oil (HVO) is a sustainable fuel that may be produced from leftover feedstocks, which include spent cooking oil, as well as a range of vegetable and animal oils and fats.

HVO is classified as a second-generation fuel within the paraffinic diesel category. These fuels are synthetic oils with a high degree of purity that are free of sulfur and have minimal levels of aromatic and naphthenic hydrocarbons. The CO2 emissions from using the fuels are decreased by their purity.

The companies that produce and commercialize hydrotreated vegetable oil-based renewable diesel and sustainable aviation fuel, end-user sectors, research institutions, and regulatory bodies involved in the global hydrotreated vegetable oil market should buy this report.

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