While we have historically supported the storage, shipping, and transportation of fossil fuel products to the end consumer, we have diversified our product mix and reduced the share of fossil fuels. 70% of our revenues are derived from sustainable products and activities, including strategic reserves. In the fuels segment, we have increased the share of sustainable fuels, while we continue to develop the share of chemicals.
Chemical products: Our chemical activity is a top-tier asset, with a focus on specialty chemical products. In some of our terminals, particularly in the ARA+D region, our activity generates zero product emissions. However, we strive to go even further in the management of chemicals. Our goal is to offer excellent services to our customers, including high performance and multimodal connections, all while maintaining a strong commitment to sustainability.
Sustainable fuels: When it comes to sustainable fuels, we take pride in our presence at every step of the biofuel logistics chain. Our involvement ranges from feedstock, including UCOS and POME to HVO, UCOME, FAME, and we are able to perform online blending of different components. We understand that being involved in every aspect of the logistics chain is crucial for our customers, and we are committed to adapting our facilities to meet their needs, with a focus on multimodal solutions.
Fuels: As we become key players in the energy transition, we are continuously adapting and evolving. our role in the industry is to guarantee the supply in the regions where we opperate. We are present in strategically located ports, which makes us instrumental in the fuel – supply chain throughout Europe.
Agrifood products: We store products such as liquid fertilizer, edible oil, edible animal fat, and molasse. We are the leading storage provider for liquid fertilizer in Western Europe. The agrifood field is a growing business, and we have seen significant development in this area in recent years.
To honour the Paris Agreement and limit global warming to below 2°C, governments and corporations have set GHG emissions reduction targets that will eventually result in reduced demand for fossil-based energy sources. This is particularly important in the mobility sector for both the manufacturing and fuel related industries. All industries have a role to play in this transition. The storage of bulk liquid products is no exception. Rubis Terminal will be at the forefront of this evolution