Sustainable Oils buys 45 acres in Montana for camelina storage and rail project

November 22, 2021 |

In Montana, Sustainable Oils, Inc. a wholly owned subsidiary of Global Clean Energy Holdings, Inc. announced the company has purchased 45 acres in Havre, Montana. The company is close to selecting its contractor to begin construction of the planned 600,000 bushel storage and rail loading facility for its proprietary camelina grain in the first-quarter 2022.

The Havre land acquisition and new facility further expands Sustainable Oils’ presence in Montana and creates significant logistical advantages at camelina harvest for both Sustainable Oils and its contract growers.

Beginning in 2022, ExxonMobil has made a five-year commitment to purchase up to 220 million gallons of renewable diesel made from GCEH’s Bakersfield Renewable Fuels refinery in California. Sustainable Oils’ long-term goal is to secure contracts to grow more than one million acres of Sustainable Oils’ camelina varieties across Montana and the High Plains.

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