PHOTO: SUSANNE RETKA SCHILL, BBI INTERNATIONAL
December 19, 2013
BY Wayne Mattsfield
PBF Energy Inc. released fourth quarter financial results on Feb. 15, reporting that the company’s St. Bernard Renewables (SBR) facility produced approximately 12,000 barrels per day of renewable diesel during the three-month period.
Ameresco Inc. on Feb. 20 announced that it achieved commercial operation at its landfill gas to RNG plant at Republic Services’ Brickyard Landfill in Danville, Illinois. The facility has a gross nameplate of over 500,000 dekatherms per year.
Clean Energy Fuels Corp. on Feb. 14 announced the completion of its latest RNG facility in Marshall County, Iowa. The Marshall Ridge Dairy project is expected to produce 1.7 million gallons of low carbon-intensity RNG annually.
More than 1.89 billion renewable identification numbers (RINs) were generated under the Renewable Fuel Standard in January, up from 1.76 billion generated during the same month of 2023, according to a data released by the U.S. EPA on Feb. 15.
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