US refiner Holly joins Endicott’s biodiesel refinery project in Texas

24 May 2011 15:22  [Source: ICIS news]

HOUSTON (ICIS)--US biodiesel technology firm Endicott and Dallas-headquartered refiner Holly have formed a joint venture for Endicott’s 30m gal/year biodiesel refinery project at Port Arthur, Texas, the companies said on Tuesday.

Endicott had announced the project in January.
The biorefinery, which is under construction, will use Davy technology licensed to Endicott in North America, the company said.

It will convert inedible, renewable fats or oils into biodiesel.

Financial terms or an expected completion date for the project were not disclosed.

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