Calumet partners with Burns & McDonnell for renewable diesel project
Published by Pippa Luck,
Calumet Specialty Products Partners L.P. is converting a significant portion of its Great Falls facility in the Pacific Northwest to process renewable feedstocks and will produce 12 000 bpd of renewable fuels upon completion. Burns & McDonnell will serve as the engineer-procure-construct (EPC) contractor.
“This innovative conversion project including renewable hydrogen production will immediately reduce our carbon footprint and has designed-in optionality for future growth and aviation fuel flexibility,” said Bruce Fleming, Executive Vice President of Montana Renewables. “We look forward to leading in the energy transition taking place in the Pacific Northwest, while increasing employment in Montana.”
This fast-paced project is on track to produce renewable diesel in the spring of 2022. Calumet has turned to Burns & McDonnell to deliver a wide scope of services including front-end engineering, detailed design engineering, procurement of equipment and materials, and construction.
“Burns & McDonnell is a market leader in renewable fuels projects, and we are pleased to partner with Calumet on this effort. We have developed an integrated team, and have made great progress on this fast-tracked project,” said Warren Kennedy, Senior Vice President and Executive Sponsor, Burns & McDonnell.
The Montana Renewables project will maintain full current employment and aims have a positive impact on the local community as Calumet looks to reduce its carbon footprint.
Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/clean-fuels/08092021/calumet-partners-with-burns-mcdonnell-for-renewable-diesel-project/
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