To encourage every part of BP to pursue low carbon activities, our Advancing Low Carbon (ALC) accreditation programme recognizes some of the efforts that can help BP and the world get to net zero.
Read more about our accredited activities.
In October 2016, Air BP became the first aviation fuel supplier to achieve carbon neutrality for its global into-plane fuelling operations.
We work with BP Target Neutral (BPTN) to create a low carbon initiative that allows aircraft operators to offset the carbon emissions related to the fuel they buy from us.
We have invested in a company called Fulcrum BioEnergy, which has developed a process to turn certain types of household waste into transport fuels, such as synthetic jet fuel.
In 2016 we were the first operator to start commercial supply of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) through an existing hydrant fuelling system, at Norway’s Oslo airport, under our BP Biojet brand.