Biodiesel, sustainable aviation fuel to be produced at Covenant’s new SK plant
March 24, 2021 By Canadian Biomass Magazine
Saskatchewan-based Covenant Energy’s proposed renewable fuel processing plant is expected to produce 6,500 barrels a day and upwards of 325 million litres per year of production capacity.
The plant, to be built in the southern part of the province, would become the first stand-alone hydrogenation-derived renewable diesel (HDRD) production plant in Canada. Finished fuels would include renewable diesel, sustainable aviation fuel and Arctic-grade renewable diesel.
About 60 permanent full-time positions would result from the plant’s start-up.
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