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Endicott, Holly Partner for Port Arthur Biorefinery

9:23 AM MDT | May 24, 2011 | Rebecca Coons

Endicott Biofuels (EBF; Houston) and Holly Biofuels (Dallas, TX) say they have formed a jv to build and operate a 30-million gallon/year biorefinery at Port Arthur, TX. The facility, already under construction, will use Davy process technology Endicott licensed in 2008 to convert inedible, renewable fats or oils to biodiesel. “This joint venture will assist Holly in meeting its biofuel obligations under the federal Renewable Fuel Standard,” says George Damiris, senior vice president for Supply and Marketing of Holly.  “We are looking...

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