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Contanda announces expansion plans at Port of Grays Harbor

From The Daily World:

In anticipation of increased demand for low-carbon, cleaner fuels, Contanda plans to expand its facility at the Port of Grays Harbor to store a portfolio of cleaner fuels including biodiesel, renewable diesel and ultra-low sulfur diesel, according to a statement released by the company.

Since 2009, Contanda has operated a facility […]

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Company proposes biofuel refinery near — but not at — the Port of Longview

From the Columbian:

A Houston-based group of investors is again looking to develop a biofuel refinery in Cowlitz County, more than a year after their plans for oil, propane and biofuel projects were rejected by the Port of Longview. The refinery will focus on processing biofuel only, dropping earlier plans to process crude oil too. […]

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