Velocys officially onboard with Red Rock Biofuels project

May 16, 2018
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Red Rock Biofuels made several announcements earlier this year about finally launching construction of its long-delayed 15 million gallon per year (MGY) renewable diesel project, but questions were raised regarding the ability of Velocys to meet its original commitments, as the company is also gearing up to start construction of its own 10 MGY biomass-to-liquid (BTL) facility in Mississippi, U.S. With Velocys now confirming it will proceed with the construction of Fischer-Tropsch reactors for Red Rock Biofuels, clients should expect delays in Velocys' own BTL project that is slated to come online in 2020. 

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