Global leaders in the energy transition and renewable fuel production

Braya Renewable Fuels’ refinery in Come By Chance, Newfoundland and Labrador is a world-class converted renewable fuels production facility, currently producing up to 18,000 barrels per day (bpd) of renewable diesel. The refinery provides reliable renewable fuel that supports the energy transition by decarbonizing hard-to-abate sectors such as heavy-duty transport, aviation, and heavy industry. Using state-of-the-art, proven technology and drawing on the experience of the local community and expert leadership, Braya is poised to meet the growing global demand for renewable fuel.

World-class renewable biofuel facilities

Biofuels are liquid fuels derived from biomass, a renewable energy source. Second-generation biofuels, which include renewable diesel and sustainable aviation fuel, are biofuels that are chemically identical to the petroleum products they replace, but with a much lower carbon footprint.

Second-generation biofuels are a clean, affordable, and high-value way to power the heavy transport and aviation sectors without disruption. Unlike the first-generation biofuels that currently dominate the market, second-generation biofuels are an entirely equivalent replacement for diesel and jet fuel that do not require blending with petroleum-based fuels to power standard engines and infrastructure.