The smarter fuel for a lower carbon future

Mobil™ Renewable Diesel matches sustainability with performance to drive your business goals

  • lower carbon itensity

    Helps lower carbon intensity

    In accordance with CARB Low Carbon Fuel Standard

  • readily accessible supply, California state

    Readily accessible supply

    Produced right here in California and sold via an established, in-state branded reseller network

  • high-quality fuel, cleaner combustion

    High-quality fuel

    Higher cetane, cleaner combustion, less stress on after-treatment systems

  • stable, longer shelf life


    Longer shelf life and fewer maintenance risks than B20 biodiesel

  • drop-in ready, easy to switch

    Drop-in ready

    Easy to switch, no start-up costs, meets ASTM D975 spec; No fuel blending or equipment alterations needed

  • gas can, from Mobil

    From Mobil

    Now available from a brand you trust with a history of product innovation

Mobil Renewable Diesel: a dependable lower carbon intensity fuel for California industries.

You need a reliable, high-quality fuel that meets your unique business needs.
  • agriculture


    Reliable fuel, stay on schedule, reduced maintenance issues vs. B20

  • construction


    Stay on schedule, meet specs for OEM approval

  • fleet


    Steady supply, high cetane and combustion quality

  • municipalities


    Domestic product, greater fuel stability vs. B20, helps meet stringent California emission reduction requirements

Testimonial Quote from David with Municipalities Business, Southern California. It's the drop-in nature, the ease, the zero cost of transition. There is no capital requirement. I think that's a no-brainer. And the third is the emissions and carbon offset benefit. It's just a win-win all around for us.
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ExxonMobil expands renewable diesel fuels agreement with Global Clean Energy Holdings

IRVING, Texas – ExxonMobil and Global Clean Energy have expanded their five-year agreement to increase ExxonMobil’s purchase of renewable diesel up to 5 million barrels per year. Read more >

*Compared to diesel meeting minimum CARB standards unless otherwise noted. Carbon intensity calculation is based on lifecycle greenhouse gas emission reductions compared to petroleum diesel and based on the expected year one average feedstock composition. Actual results may vary. Calculation method complies with the LCFS CA-GREET 3.0.