Darling Ingredients’ renewable diesel facility approved for expansion
Published by Alex Hithersay,
Darling Ingredients Inc. has announced the approval of the project to expand the Diamond Green Diesel (DGD) facility in Norco, Louisiana, US, to increase the facility's production capacity of renewable diesel by an additional 400 million gal. to a total nameplate annual capacity of 675 million gal.
The expansion project will be in the form of a second, independent parallel plant located next to the existing facility and will also include a renewable naphtha finishing facility to produce approximately 50 million – 60 million gal. of renewable naphtha, adding incremental low carbon credit opportunities to the entire DGD operation.
The estimated cost of the entire project, which will include improved logistics capabilities, is US$1.1 billion. This capital cost is expected to be funded from cash generated by DGD's operations.
DGD is a joint venture between subsidiaries of Valero Energy Corp. and Darling Ingredients.
Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/petrochemicals/06112018/darling-ingredients-renewable-diesel-facility-approved-for-expansion/
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