Tag: Renewable Energy Group

Major Iowa trucking group finds biodiesel blends both sustainable and profitable

Major Iowa trucking group finds biodiesel blends both sustainable and profitable

May 2, 2019 |

In Iowa, working with Renewable Energy Group, trucking giant Ruan Transportation has confirmed that using biodiesel blends in its fleet is both sustainable and profitable. The Iowa-based trucking firm has more than 300 locations nationwide and a fleet that travels 350 million miles a year. Among the benefits of biodiesel blends to Ruan are: • […]

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For the times they are a changin’ – Conversions abound from diesel to renewable diesel

For the times they are a changin’ – Conversions abound from diesel to renewable diesel

November 4, 2018 |

The seasons are changing in many parts of the world right now, but what really is changing this autumn is how the world is looking at renewable diesel. Phillips 66 and REG’s announcement about a new renewable diesel plant on the U.S. West Coast planned for 2021 comes after a notable increase in refineries that […]

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REG completes upgrades at German biorefinery

REG completes upgrades at German biorefinery

July 22, 2017 |

In Germany, Renewable Energy Group, Inc. completed upgrades at their biorefinery in Emden after having invested almost $3 million (€2.5 million) for a new thermal oil heater and a new biodiesel distillation column. Emden is one of their two German biorefineries and REG acquired it earlier this year after investing in the former Petrotec AG. […]

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Renewable Energy Group: Biofuels Digest’s 2015 5-Minute Guide

Renewable Energy Group: Biofuels Digest’s 2015 5-Minute Guide

January 20, 2015 |

Renewable Energy Group, Inc. is a leading North American advanced biofuels producer and developer of renewable chemicals. REG utilizes a nationwide production, distribution and logistics system as part of an integrated value chain model to focus on converting natural fats, oils and greases into advanced biofuels and converting diverse feedstocks into renewable chemicals. With 10 […]

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Renewable Energy Group: Biofuels Digest’s 2014 5-Minute Guide

Renewable Energy Group: Biofuels Digest’s 2014 5-Minute Guide

March 20, 2014 |

Renewable Energy Group is a leading North American biodiesel producer with a nationwide distribution and logistics system. Utilizing an integrated value chain model, Renewable Energy Group is focused on converting natural fats, oils and greases into advanced biofuels and on converting diverse feedstocks into renewable chemicals. With 257 million gallons of owned/operated annual nameplate production […]

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It’s 2014: get cracking!

It’s 2014: get cracking!

January 29, 2014 |

Hydrotreating, catalytic cracking, pyrolysis, metathesis, supercritical, and catalytic reforming. It’s the big new wave heading for biofuels and biobased chemicals at scale. The secret word in the bioeconomy for 2014 starts with a C. Carbon? Chemicals? Cellulosic? Close, but guess again. Yep, it’s cracking. That is, breaking down the biobased feedstock with heat, pressure and […]

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Renewable Energy Group: Biofuels Digest’s 5-Minute Guide

Renewable Energy Group: Biofuels Digest’s 5-Minute Guide

November 19, 2012 |

Renewable Energy Group is North America’s largest biodiesel manufacturer and marketer. Utilizing an integrated supply chain model, Renewable Energy Group is focused on converting triglycerides into advanced biofuels. With more than 212 million gallons of owned/operated annual production capacity REG is a proven partner in the distillate marketplace. Address: 416 S. Bell Ave, Ames IA […]

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Renewable Energy Group joins fight to protect the RFS

Renewable Energy Group joins fight to protect the RFS

October 1, 2012 |

In Iowa, Renewable Energy Group (REG) has joined in the fight to protect the RFS, calling on the EPA to leave the RFS in place as the ethanol industry is already struggling with meeting national biofuel production goals. In an interview with AOL Energy, REG CEO David Oh advocated that “reducing the requirement for ethanol […]

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