Emerging Fuels Technology doubles Fischer-Tropsch capacity with Red Rock Biofuels

March 11, 2019
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Emerging Fuels Technology (EFT) announced it amended its previous licensing agreement with Red Rock Biofuels and will now provide double the Fischer-Tropsch capacity for the Lakeview Project that is currently under construction. The facility has a nameplate capacity of 15 million gallons per year, but it remains unclear what capacity EFT will be responsible for, as it shares the project with competitor Velocys, both providing their Fischer-Tropsch expertise. It appears the industry still has confidence in EFT despite it losing the high-profile Fulcrum BioEnergy project in September 2018; however, given Red Rock Biofuels' extremely tumultuous commercialization path, we remain pessimistic on the likelihood of success for the project. 

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