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Southern Rock Energy Partners Proposes $5.6 Billion Dollar Refinery in Texas

Prairie Energy Partners, a subsidiary of Southern Rock Energy Partners LLC of Texas, has proposed a $5.6 billion-dollar new build refinery to be placed near Victoria, Texas.  This site would have an eventual capacity of 250,000 barrels per day.

This plant would have a primary goal of refining light, sweet crude into cleaner burning gasoline, ULSD, and bunker fuel.  Along with this production, the plan includes utilizing carbon capture onsite for the creation of blue hydrogen for internal usage. Wastewater would also be recycled and combined with onsite renewable power for green hydrogen production.

If this refinery is indeed built, it would be the first new refinery in the United States in over 40 years. Prairie Energy Partners is endeavoring to make this project a “next generation” refinery that would quell questions around its environmental impact through its inclusion of carbon capture technologies.

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