Next Renewable Fuels, Shell enter long-term offtake agreement

By Next Renewable Fuels Inc. | February 06, 2019

Next Renewable Fuels Inc. and Shell Trading (US) Co. have entered a long-term purchase and sale agreement for renewable diesel from NRF’s planned Port Westward, Oregon, facility.

Representing an investment of more than $1 billion, NRF continues to develop its Oregon renewable diesel facility with an expected annual processing capacity of 13.3 million barrels (600 million gallons). Scheduled to open in 2021, NRF will supply Shell and other partners with its alternative liquid fuels, satisfying end-user demand while also meeting both federal and state environmental compliance and fuel security requirements.

“We are pleased to be working with Shell on bringing our advanced renewable fuels to their customers,” said Lou Soumas, NRF president. “Shell and Next Renewable Fuels share a vision for a greener world through the advancement of renewable transportation fuels, giving consumers greener fuel options. We look forward to supplying Shell for many years.”

NRF renewable diesel is a second-generation advanced biofuel made from 100 percent renewable feedstocks including used cooking oils, animal tallows and selected virgin seed and vegetable oils.

“As a drop-in fuel, Next Renewable Fuels’ renewable diesel is a perfect fit with our existing fuels business and will allow us to integrate this advanced fuel seamlessly into our supply chain,” said Kate Andresen, Shell’s biodiesel trading manager for the Americas.

NRF selected the Port Westward site due to its strategic location at a deep-water site on the Columbia River, access to global feedstock supplies and close transport to North American West Coast markets.

 

 
 
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