Grön Fuels, LLC is a 60,000 barrel per day renewable diesel production facility (the “Project”) serving offtake customers and markets in the United States, Canada and Europe in need of low carbon transportation fuels. Grön Fuels, LLC is using Haldor Topsoe’s Hydroflex technology and Alfa Laval pretreatment technology, heat transfer and water treatment equipment in the design of the plant. The Project benefits from substantial existing infrastructure at its host site, the Port of Greater Baton Rouge, including a recently completed unit train terminal, a large grain elevator at the site, a deepwater port accommodating SuezMax size vessels, and interconnection with the Bengal Pipeline, providing access to the Colonial Pipeline System and the Plantation Pipeline. Because the project is not integrated with fossil refinery complexes, it has leveraged Fidelis’s RACERTM design framework (utilizing proven technologies) to optimize efficiency, maximize the mitigation of CO2e throughout the plant, and develop a long-term capital investment program to continuously improve on its CO2e.
Grön Fuels In the News
11.10.20 – Grön Fuels Announces Potential $9.2 Billion Renewable Fuel Complex In Louisiana: Complex at Port of Greater Baton Rouge would create 1,025 new direct jobs. View Article
11.15.2020 – Renewable diesel plan aligns with Gov. Edwards’ aim to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. View Article
12.15.2020 – Below Zero: The world’s largest renewable diesel project — just phase one of a 9-year journey to a massive carbon negative park at the Port of Baton Rouge View Article
01.05.2021 – CiCi Awards 2021 Corporate Investment Awards View Article
01.07.2021 – Grön Fuels In Louisiana Named Nation’s No. 2 Deal By Business Facilities View Article