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Shut in Wyoming Refinery to Return as Renewables Plant

Slate Refining LLC of Wyoming and Starwood Energy of Connecticut have announced their partnership agreement for the purpose of reconfiguring Slate’s dormant refinery in Douglas, Wyoming into a renewable fuel facility.

Slate’s Douglas refinery has been operating as a terminal since a formal shutdown of refining activities in late 2016 with 3,800 barrels per day capacity, but Slate and Starwood intends to reconfigure the facilities into a plant capable of over 100 million gallons per day of renewable diesel, sustainable aviation fuel, and arctic diesel. The partners have yet to announce the specific feedstock type, costs, or a time frame for this project, but the project development is believed to be underway.  


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