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Strategic Biofuels Achieves Major Project Milestone Towards World’s First Carbon Negative Renewable Diesel Plant

Business Wire reports that Strategic Biofuels is moving forward on the world’s first carbon-negative renewable diesel plant.

The C3 Take
  • Louisiana-based diesel fuel company, Strategic Biofuels has successfully completed a carbon capture and sequestration test program at its Louisiana Green Fuels Project.
  • Completing this CCUS test program brings Strategic Biofuels one step closer to operating the world’s first carbon negative renewable diesel plant.
  • If government permitting and approval is completed, the Louisiana Green Fuels plant will be able to produce up to 33.7 million gallons of renewable fuel per year.
  • The innovation of the private sector is leading us to a cleaner energy future.

“The goals of the test well program were to demonstrate that carbon dioxide (CO2), the main greenhouse gas generated during the fuel production process, can be safely and securely stored deep underground and that the storage reservoir has sufficient capacity to store all the gas produced over the plant’s lifetime. Completing the test well program is an essential pre-requisite for securing the permit for the EPA Class VI sequestration well.”

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