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Syntroleum-Tyson Foods Joint Venture Turns Animal Fats Into Renewable Fuels

November 8, 2010: 03:41 AM EST

Dynamic Fuels LLC, an equal-share joint venture of Syntroleum Corporation and Tyson Foods, Inc., began commercial operations at its plant, which uses Syntroleum’s Bio-Synfining technology to convert non-food grade animal fats and greases into renewable fuels. The new facility produces 2,500 barrels of fuels per day from animal fats produced or acquired by Tyson Foods. Designed to manufacture as much as 75 million gallons of renewable fuels per year, the plant employs 44 full-time workers on site and 13 start-up support staff. The plant started shipping renewable diesel that meets ASTM D975 specifications in October, and has begun producing jet fuel for testing by the Air Force Research Laboratory. Dynamic Fuels hopes that Congress will restore tax credits, which could help improve the plant’s financial feasibility.

Tyson Foods, "First U.S. Commercial Scale Advanced Biofuels Plant Opens", Tyson Foods press release, November 08, 2010, © Tyson Foods, Inc.
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