Company selects site for 30 MMgy Texas plant

By | December 01, 2005
TexCom Inc. announced its plans to construct a 30 MMgy biodiesel plant at a bulk liquids terminal in Seabrook, Texas. The company said it plans to contract with Lurgi PSI for process technology, design and construction of the plant. Groundbreaking for the facility, which will use soy oil as a feedstock, is expected in mid- to late December with start-up in the fourth quarter of 2006. Project design also includes the capability to store petroleum diesel, which would allow TexCom to blend various biodiesel blends.
 
 
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