Narat is a boutique international biofuel trading company that sources and delivers a wide range of biofuel-related materials and petrochemical products, as well as greenhouse gas reduction services.

           We serve our international clients with professional and technical assistance, finance, logistics and shipping and can rely on extensive industry experience that allows us to deliver best and tailor-made solutions, especially in terms of environmental impact assessments and solutions.

           Thanks to our entrepreneurial culture and our enduring personal relationship with our customers, our client base continues to expand year by year.

+25 years EXPERIENCE



Established in 2022, Narat is a privately owned company founded by professionals with more than 25 years’ experience in the industry and whose focus is on physical trading of biofuel-related products, as well as effective tailor-made greenhouse gas reduction strategies for our clientele. Our operational headquarter is in Geneva, Switzerland, with a global network of partners in Asia, Europe and South America strategically located to have the deepest reach. With offices and team members located across the globe, Narat’s team consists of experienced, professional, dependable,  and passionate members of the biofuel industry.




Narat’s main area of focus is on the physical trading of certified sustainable biofuels and their feedstocks taking advantage of an optimized and integrated supply chain. Narat also sources and trades a whole spectrum of feedstocks for the renewable industry and the circular economy transition with its main product range being biofuel feedstocks and bio-products.

Our resolute organization and chartering teams provide rapid response and cost-effective solutions with economies of scale. The team has in-depth knowledge and experience in the freight market and relies on its relationship with global and local shipping, trucking, and logistics partner companies to continuously ensure that our customer’s product arrives safely and on time. Narat leases liquid storage facilities across the world allowing us to supply our customers to take advantage of our economies of scale.



Our commitment to ensure a healthy and safe environment for all our employees, families, partners, and international clients is continuously at the forefront of our activities. Narat manages its activities with the highest regard for the wellbeing of people, places, and the environment.

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Narat grasps the opportunities and challenges sustainability transformation offers to mitigate the risks of climate change.

Narat adheres to robust verification procedures which help us to deliver greenhouse gas (GHG) savings across the supply chain and is certified to meet all the requirements for every market we operate in. Our products are produced entirely from waste products and as such, is the most sustainable biodiesel available, offering to our customers the highest level of carbon savings at the point of emission and offering an alternative to carbon offsetting. We are excited about environmental sustainability and an active supporter of the world’s transition towards a greener economy.

NARAT’s main area of expertise is within biodiesel and its waste-based feedstocks. Biodiesel is a liquid fuel produced from renewable sources, such as used vegetable oils and animal fats and is a cleaner-burning replacement for petroleum-based diesel fuel. Biodiesel is non-toxic and biodegradable. Like petroleum-derived diesel, biodiesel is used to fuel compression-ignition (diesel) engines. Biodiesel can be blended with petroleum diesel in any percentage, including B100 (pure biodiesel) and the most common blend, B7 (a blend containing 7% biodiesel and 93% petroleum diesel).



Waste-based biofuels are playing a key role in energy transition, transforming today’s limited supply of low carbon transportation fuels and creating a circular economy.

Currently, biofuels only account for 3% of today’s 100 million barrels per day of liquid fuel demand. However, existing and developing new technologies are driving biofuel production from municipal waste, agricultural residue, and recycling plastic waste. These are fast becoming game changers for energy transition, and it is estimated that the sector could supply an additional 20 million barrels per day of liquid biofuel by 2050, thereby satisfying a quarter of all future liquid fuel demand whilst reducing waste generation.

As governments have understandably pulled away from using food-based biofuels, the waste-based alternative is undergoing rapid growth to compensate for the shortfall. There is still plenty of opportunity for growth and for some areas of the transport sector, such as air and sea travel, there is little alternative to liquid fuel, making decarbonizing difficult. This source of biofuel is proven to be greatly beneficial, providing a cleaner fuel alternative that addresses both future power and environmental needs.