Red Rock Biofuels breaks ground on first project July 18, 2018 in Lakeview, Oregon. Photo courtesy of Shannon Hogue
Lakeview Site - 18281 Kadrmas Road, Lakeview, OR 97630 Located in the high country range of the Warner Mountains, Lakeview, Oregon provides the perfect combination of proximity to feedstock, transportation and community support for our first Red Rock Biofuels project.
This southeastern area of Oregon offers an abundant wood basket to draw from and has access to major highway, rail and utilities and is located in the heart of the low carbon fuel markets in the US and Canada.
Lakeview Project Summary: RRB’s first project in Lakeview, Oregon is shovel-ready.
Project: Convert 136,000 tons of waste woody biomass into 15.1 million gallons/year of renewable fuels.
Site: Lakeview, OR is ideally situated in large wood basket, next to State Highway 395 and adjacent to short line rail feeding the UP mainline.
Process Design: World class - Incorporates three known technologies – gasification, Fischer- Tropsch, and hydroprocessing. Yields ASTM-approved fuels currently in use globally.
Fuel Offtakes: World class offtake partners.
Funding Sources: Project funded by a combination of bonds and equity.
Strong Management Team: Track record of delivering projects under budget, ahead of schedule, and producing over nameplate capacity. Developed/financed/built 8 renewable fuel plants; >$650 million in construction value; >325 million gal/yr.