Located in Trinidad, NiQuan expects its first commercial-scale Gas to Liquids plant to be first in the western hemisphere and the first dedicated small-scale GTL plant in the world. Plant capacity is over 2,600 barrels per day and it will process natural gas into clean, high performance, low emissions GTL energy products – paraffinic diesel and GTL Naphtha. The final phase of completion is underway and the plant will be operational in 2021.

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Located in Lakeview, Oregon, Red Rock’s Biomass to Liquids plant is focused on the production of renewable diesel and sustainable aviation fuel (SAF).

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Nordic Electrofuel AS will build the world’s first commercial Power-to-Liquid jetfuel plant at Herøya, Porsgrunn, Norway. The Plant will produce high quality, carbon neutral, synthetic fuels and other fossil replacement products, based on water, carbon dioxide and renewable power.

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