SeQuential expands biodiesel production by 30%

November 6, 2019 |

In Oregon, SeQuential, the longest running commercial biodiesel producer on the West Coast, announced that it has completed an expansion to its Salem facility that increases production capabilities by 30 percent. The upgrade enables the production of 12 million gallons of low carbon biodiesel annually.

In addition to its plant improvements, SeQuential recently expanded its cooking oil collection and recycling service territory to include the Los Angeles and Orange County areas of Southern California. The company now collects cooking oil from nearly 20,000 customers across Oregon, Washington and California. Cooking oil collected in the Pacific Northwest is used to make biodiesel at the SeQuential facility in Salem, while cooking oil collected in California feeds the Crimson Renewable Energy biodiesel plant in Bakersfield, California. SeQuential was acquired by Crimson Renewable Energy in late 2018. Together they form the largest, vertically integrated, ultra-low carbon biodiesel producer on the West Coast.

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