The text provides information about Darling Ingredients’ Fuel Segment, specifically focusing on their Diamond Green Diesel (DGD) division. DGD is a joint venture that produces renewable diesel by refining fats, used cooking oil, and other feedstocks. It has experienced significant capacity growth and plays a key role in reducing greenhouse gas emissions. The text also discusses the company’s competitive advantages, potential risks, and the impact of feedstock costs on profitability. Additionally, it highlights the importance of California’s Low Carbon Fuel Standards (LCFS) in determining the value of renewable diesel.
Overall, the text highlights the growth and potential of ValueX Vail – Darling Ingredients’ Fuel Segment, particularly through the success and expansion of its DGD division. The company’s focus on renewable diesel production using various feedstocks aligns with environmental goals and government incentives. However, it also acknowledges potential risks, such as fluctuating feedstock costs and competition in the industry. The significance of LCFS in California’s renewable energy landscape is emphasized, highlighting the value of reducing carbon emissions through the production of renewable diesel.
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