Riverside Renewables going for 100% renewable diesel plan for Port of Longview

May 10, 2017 |

In Texas, Riverside Renewables has rejigged its biofuels, oil and propane plans that were rejected last year by the Port of Longview to a biofuels-only plan that would produce drop in fuels from 150 million gallons of virgin non-palm oil vegetable oils annually. The fuels would have 70% fewer GHG emissions and would therefore qualify for the Low Carbon Fuel Standards  in Oregon, California and British Columbia. The $500 million facility could also co-locate with a an LPG supplier for a transfer terminal but talks haven’t been finalized.

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