NEXT Renewable Fuels, Inc. is leading the way in turning recycled organic materials into renewable transportation fuels. Right here in Oregon.

NEXT Renewable Fuels turns recycled organic materials, such as used cooking oil, into an advanced biofuel that works just like petroleum-based diesel, but with as much as 85 percent less greenhouse gas emissions. With our development and technology partners, NEXT Renewable Fuels provides the renewable transportation fuels the future demands.

NEXT for Oregon

The project is an investment in Oregon – and the future.

The NEXT Biofuel

These second-generation fuels will benefit generations to come.

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ABOUT THE PROJECT

NEXT for Oregon

Representing an investment at Port Westward of more than $1 billion, NEXT Renewable Fuels Oregon will be capable of producing more than 37,500 barrels a day of advanced biofuels at initial start-up, growing to more than 50,000 barrels a day at full capacity. Both the recycled materials and the finished product will move in and out of the port by ship, meaning little additional rail traffic. More than 200 skilled local workers will be employed on-site, ensuring safe and reliable operation.

The fuels produced in Oregon will be shipped up and down the west coast and create an emissions savings equivalent to removing more than 1 million automobiles from the road.

Currently in the permitting phase, the facility is scheduled to open in 2021. When the facility is complete, NEXT Renewable Fuels will position Oregon as a leader in advanced biofuels production.

ABOUT BIOFUELS

NEXT Advanced Biofuels

A true drop-in replacement fuel, NEXT Renewable Fuels are chemically identical to the petroleum-based fuels they replace. There is no need to blend them with traditional fuels, and they’re produced from recycled organic materials like cooking oil.

Approximately 430 million barrels of biofuels are currently produced each year in the United States. Worldwide demand is projected to reach 600 million barrels per year within the next 15 years.

PRESS & UPDATES

News

 

NY Times | December 03, 2020

Oil Refineries See Profit in Turning Kitchen Grease Into Diesel

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SP Global Platts | November 04, 2020

Evolve or die: US refiners grasp renewables lifeline to stay viable

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Forbes | September 22, 2020

A Rare Bit Of Good News For Oil Refiners: ‘Renewable Diesel’

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AG Wired | August 27, 2020

Senate Democrats’ Climate Plan Includes Renewable Fuels

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Biodiesel Magazine | August 25, 2020

Biden announces commitment to RFS

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Biofuels Digest | July 14, 2019

NEXT signs agreement with labor union for operating renewable fuels plant

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Columbia County Spotlight | July 12, 2019

NEXT signs neutrality agreement with labor union

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The Chief News | July 11, 2019

NEW DEAL: NEXT signs Peace Agreement

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Biofuels Digest | June 9, 2019

Where is NEXT Renewable Fuels going next and why we want them as a neighbor

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The St. Helens Chronicle | June 7, 2019

NEW DETAILS / Port Board makes key decisions

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The St. Helens Chronicle | May 29, 2019

COLUMN: NEXT: Building trust and community

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Biofuels International | May 29, 2019

Biodiesel, renewable diesel fuel largest-ever reductions in California’s transport GHG emissions

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Alternate Energy Magazine | May 28, 2019

NEXT Renewable Fuels and BP Products North America enter into Renewable Feedstock Supply Agreement

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The St. Helens Chronicle | May 13, 2019

NEXT Renewable Fuels first hire

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The Chief | April 4, 2019

Port of Columbia County and NEXT Renewable Fuels select 94 acres for green diesel facility, amend site development agreement

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Biodiesel Magazine | April 2, 2019

Where Will All the Feedstock Come From?

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Biomass Magazine | March 28, 2019

NEXT Renewable Fuels selects site for proposed biofuel plant
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Altered Energy | March 24, 2019

NEXT Renewable Fuels selects 94 acres for green diesel facility : Biofuels Digest

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Biofuels Journal | March 20, 2019

NEXT Renewable Fuels Selects 94 Acres to Lease From Port of Columbia County For Advanced Green Diesel Production Facility

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Columbia County Spotlight | March 11, 2019

NEXT fuels signs agreement with building trades council

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The Daily News | March 7, 2019

NEXT Renewable Fuels signs MOU for $1 billion facility

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The Daily News | March 6, 2019

NEXT Renewable Fuels signs agreement to hire union labor to build biodiesel plant

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Columbia County Spotlight | February 21, 2019

NEXT Renewable Fuels announces property purchase at Port Westward

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Houston Chronicle | February 5, 2019

Shell inks renewable diesel deal in Oregon

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Columbia County Spotlight | September 13, 2018

NEXT Energy given option for renewable fuels plant  

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The Chief | April 4, 2019

Port of Columbia County and NEXT Renewable Fuels select 94 acres for green diesel facility, amend site development agreement

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Biodiesel Magazine | April 2, 2019

Where Will All the Feedstock Come From?

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Biofuels Digest | August 27, 2018

NEXT Energy Group plans $1.1 billion biofuel project at Oregon port 

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Press Release | November 30, 2020

NEXT Renewable Fuels, Inc., Has Terminated Lou Soumas President of NEXT

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Press Release | September 10, 2020

NEXT Renewable Fuels, Inc. Hires Gene Cotten as SVP Project Execution & Engineering

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Press Release | November 17, 2020

NEXT Renewable Fuels, Inc. Files Request for Site Certification Exemption with the Oregon Department of Energy

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Press Release | July 8, 2019

NEXT Renewable Fuels Signs Agreement with UFCW 555 Labor Union for Operating Renewable Fuels Plant

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Press Release | June 5, 2019

Port of Columbia County votes to amend site development and option agreement for NEXT Renewables biofuels plant

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Press Release | May 28, 2019

NEXT Renewable Fuels and BP Products North America enter into Renewable Feedstock Supply Agreement

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Press Release | April 29, 2019

NEXT Renewables hires local talent for community outreach

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Press Release | March 20, 2019

Port of Columbia County and NEXT Renewable Fuels select 94 acres for green diesel facility, amend site development agreement

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Press Release | March 1, 2019

NEXT Renewable Fuels signs MOU with unions to construct $1 billion facility in Columbia County

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Press Release | February 21, 2019

NEXT Renewable Fuels secures land at Port Westward

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Press Release | February 4, 2019

NEXT Renewable Fuels and Shell Trading (US) Company enter Renewable Diesel Purchase and Sale Agreement

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Press Release | November 13, 2018

NEXT Renewable Fuels engages IAG to build renewable fuels facility in Oregon

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Press Release | November 8, 2018

Next Renewable Fuels selects Honeywell UOP Technology for renewable fuels processing center

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Press Release | September 15, 2018

Port of Columbia County and NEXT Energy Group, Inc. enter into site development agreement

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NEXT is focused on the development and production of second-generation advanced biofuels, including renewable diesel, renewable propane and renewable naphtha to supply contracted off-take agreements for customers in the western United States and Canada.

$1 billion +

investment in Oregon’s economy

200 +

skilled workers employed on site for operations

37,500

bio-barrels produced per day

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