Emily Patsy of Hart Energy reports that Kinder Morgan will convert its Louisiana facility for renewable fuels.
- Houston-based Kinder Morgan has partnered with renewable fuel leader Neste to convert a part of its Harvey, LA facility to accommodate renewable fuels.
- Specifically, Kinder Morgan will modify existing tanks and piping to allow for Neste to store renewable fuels at the facility.
- In a push to expand its clean energy transition, Kinder Morgan recently bought renewable natural gas company Kinetrex Energy.
- The private sector is leading the way to advancing clean energy solutions.
Upon completion of the project, Kinder Morgan’s Harvey, Louisiana facility will serve as the primary hub where Neste will store a variety of raw materials including, for example, the used cooking oil it collects from more than 40,000 restaurants across the U.S.”
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