Phillips 66 Aviation Launches Carbon Offset Program - Smart Energy Decisions

Energy Efficiency, Industrial, Industrial  -  February 7, 2022

Phillips 66 Aviation Launches Carbon Offset Program

Phillips 66 Aviation, a refiner and national supplier of jet fuels and avgas to private, commercial and military aviation, announced its carbon offset program to its fixed-based operators (FBOs) and flight operators. 

The program identifies and obtains carbon credits that fund specific projects to offset carbon emissions and is being conducted in partnership with 4AIR, a rating system focused on sustainability in private aviation.

“We’re excited to announce our carbon offset program in collaboration with 4AIR as we continue to invest with new ventures and technologies that align with our ongoing sustainability priorities,” said Lindsey Grant, manager, Phillips 66 Aviation in a statement. “At Phillips 66 Aviation, we’re giving pilots and FBOs the right tools to help them on their carbon journey. We look forward to working alongside the 4AIR team, to bring sustainable offerings to our customers.”

Through the program, flight operators and FBOs will have access to a program that allows them to easily offset carbon dioxide emissions from jet, avgas and even gasoline and diesel emissions generated by their vehicles and operations equipment. Carbon credits are validated and purchased utilizing leading industry verification standards and customers receive certificates of retired credits to fulfill their sustainability plans.

The program is a part of Phillips 66 Aviation’s goal to support the reduction of carbon emissions. Phillips 66 plans to convert its San Francisco Refinery in Rodeo, California into one of the world’s largest renewable fuels facilities, enabling it to produce sustainable products, including sustainable aviation fuel and renewable diesel by 2024. 

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