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Encina, Flint Hills Consider Corpus Christi Facility (Ind. Report)
Flint Hills, Encina
Date: 2021-02-17
In the Lone Star State, The Woodlands-based Encina Development Group LLC and Wichita, Kansas-headquartered ethanol and ingredients producer Flint Hills Resources are reporting a nonbinding term sheet that for the construction of a renewable chemicals and fuels from plastic waste facility in Corpus Christi.

Under the agreement, Flint Hills would market the plant's products and work with its affiliates to market renewable aromatic products from other Encina plants in the US.

Flint Hills Resources purchases over 240 million bpy of corn for its six ethanol manufacturing operations in Iowa and Nebraska, according to the company website. (Source: Encina Development Group, PR, 16 Feb., 2021) Contact: Flint Hills Resources, 229-522-2822, www.fhr.com; Encina Development Group, David A. Schwedel, Executive Director, (281) 210-0007, dschwedel@encina.com, www.encina.com

More Low-Carbon Energy News Ethanol,  Renewable Chemical,  Flint Hills Resources ,  Encina,  


Growth Energy Calls for EPA to Reject RFS Compliance Extension Deadlines (Opinions, Editorials & Asides)
Growth Energy
Date: 2021-02-12
In Washington, in testimony at the EPA virtual hearing on the proposal to extend the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) compliance deadlines for the 2019 and 2020 Renewable Volume Obligations (RVOs), Growth Energy's Senior VP of Regulatory Affairs Chris Bliley called on the agency to reject calls to delay RFS compliance and instead take immediate steps to restore integrity to the RFS and restore lost biofuel demand.

"The intent of the RFS is to blend more biofuels into our nation's transportation fuel supply. Period. It is not meant to have oil companies use questionable legal tactics to avoid blending biofuels and then demanding that the agency further delay compliance," Bliley said.

Bliley also reminded EPA about the benefits of biofuels as America works toward its clean climate goals, stating that "With recent research showing that greenhouse gas emissions from corn ethanol are 46 pct lower than gasoline, it makes no sense why EPA should continue to exempt oil companies and further delay them from complying with their blending obligations."

EPA's proposal would extend the RFS compliance deadline for the 2019 compliance year to November 30, 2021 and extend the RFS compliance deadline for the 2020 compliance year to January 31, 2022. (Source: Growth Energy, PR, Website, 9 Feb., 2021) Contact: Growth Energy, Emily Skor, CEO, Chris Bliley, (202) 545-4000, www.growthenergy.org

More Low-Carbon Energy News Growth Energy,  RFS,  


Green Plains Announces Blackrock Transactions (Ind. Report)
Green Plains Inc.
Date: 2021-02-12
In the Cornhusker State, Omaha-based Green Plains Inc. is reporting that funds and accounts managed by BlackRock have invested alongside Ospraie Management and Green Plains in Fluid Quip Technologies LLC.

Green Plains also reports the completion of a $125 million, 5-year mezzanine note facility with BlackRock. The proceeds will initially support the construction and deployment of Ultra-High Protein technology and production at Green Plains' Obion, Tenn. and Mount Vernon facilities.

The $125 million mezzanine facility will mature in 2026 and is secured via first lien in the assets of Green Plains Obion LLC and Green Plains Mount Vernon LLC, and supported by an unsecured guarantee of Green Plains. (Source: Green Plains Inc., PR, 9 Feb., 2021)Contact: Green Plains Inc., Todd Becker, CEO, Phil Boggs, VP, 402.884.8700, phil.boggs@gpreinc.com, www.gpreinc.com

More Low-Carbon Energy News Ethanol,  Green Plains Inc.,  Fluid Quip,  


Clariant Inks Chinese Cellulosic Ethanol Tech Deal (Ind. Report)
Clariant
Date: 2021-02-05
Muttez, Germany-based specialty chemicals producer Clariant AG is reporting a license agreement for its sunliquid cellulosic ethanol technology with Chinese green energy company Harbin Hulan Sino-Dan Jianye Bio-Energy, a subsidiary of the Sino-Dan Jianye Group.

Harbin Hulan Sino-Dan Jianye Bio-Energy will use Clatiant technology at a planned 25,000 tpy cellulosic ethanol from locally sourced corn stover plant in Heilongjiang Province, in Northeast China. (Source: Clariant, PR Feb., 2021) Contact: Clariant AG, Christian Librera, VP Biofuels and Derivatives, +41 61 469 63 73, Christian.librera@clariant.com, www.clariant.com

More Low-Carbon Energy News Cellulosic Ethanol,  Clariant,  Sunliquid,  


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