Canadian Biomass Magazine

Saskatchewan renewable diesel project selects Topsoe for technology

October 26, 2022
By Canadian Biomass staff

Federated Co-operatives Limited (FCL), a petroleum products producer in Saskatchewan, has chosen Denmark-based Topsoe as the official technology vendor for their renewable diesel project in Regina.

FCL will use Topsoe’s HydroFlex process to produce low-carbon renewable diesel at their current petroleum products refinery in Regina.

“The production of renewable diesel is an important step in our transition to the low-carbon economy. Topsoe is a global leader and we are extremely pleased to work with their team, and to rely on their expertise, to deliver on our goals,” said Gil Le Dressay, vice-president of manufacturing for FCL.

The FCL renewable diesel plant will have a 15,000 barrels per day capacity once operational. The company expects it to be producing renewable diesel by 2027.


HydroFlex allows producers to convert low value feedstocks into drop-in renewable jet and diesel that meets all of the globally accepted specifications for these fuels.

“We are proud to have been chosen as the official technology vendor for FCL’s new venture. Driven by our commitment to a sustainable future, we are focused on helping organizations like FCL reach their low-carbon economy goals and objectives,” Henrik Rasmussen, managing director of the Americas for Topsoe, said.




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