Lakeview Site

Lakeview, Oregon provides the ideal combination of proximity to feedstock, transportation and community support for our first Red Rock Biofuels project. This southeastern area of Oregon offers an abundant source of waste woody biomass and excellent transportation access to the major low carbon fuel markets in the US and Canada.

Project Summary

Red Rock Biofuels’ first project in Lakeview, Oregon is nearing completion and anticipates start-up in Spring 2021.

Project: Convert approximately 166,000 dry tons of waste woody biomass into 16.1 million gallons/year of low-carbon, renewable jet and diesel fuels.
Site: Lakeview, OR is ideally situated amid abundant feedstock and excellent access to highway and rail infrastructure.
Process Technology: Gasification, Fischer-Tropsch refining, and hydroprocessing. Yields ASTM-approved fuels in use around the world today.
Fuel Offtakes: World-class logistics/marketing partner and airline partners.
Construction: IR1 Group LLC.

Groundbreaking July 2018

Employment Opportunities


Hourly Employees – These positions require complete awareness of and adherence to applicable hazardous chemical safety practices and other process and equipment safety procedures. These positions play an active role in ensuring individual and overall plant compliance with environmental, health and safety policies.

Please download an application HERE and review the Job Descriptions below to apply for the job(s) you are interested in. After completion of the application, please email the application and any applicable info (resume, cover letter, certifications, etc.) to employment@redrockbio.com or drop off at our site:

Red Rock Biofuels
18281 Kadrmas Road
Lakeview OR, 97630

Plant Operator - The Plant Operator is responsible for all facets of production while ensuring a safe and well- kept working environment. This position ultimately requires the ability to correctly and safely operate all plant equipment and utility systems as well monitoring all process operating parameters. This position reports directly to the Operations Manager.
Utility Operator - The Utility Operator is responsible for all facets of process utility systems including water treatment, electricity generation and plant air systems, while ensuring a safe and well-kept working environment. This position ultimately requires the ability to correctly and safely operate all plant utility systems as well monitoring all utility operating parameters. This position reports directly to the Operations Manager.
Maintenance Technician – The Maintenance Technician maintains, troubleshoots, repairs and installs various types of equipment throughout the plant, ensuring maximum production quantity and quality, while supporting the policies, goals, and objectives of the company. This position reports directly to the Maintenance Manager.
Maintenance Electrician – The Maintenance Electrician maintains, troubleshoots, repairs and installs various types of equipment relating to the electrical and instrumentation systems throughout the plant, ensuring maximum production quantity and quality, while supporting the policies, goals, and objectives of the company. This position reports directly to the Maintenance Manager.