Sustainable: Decarbonization Infrastructure
Braya Renewable Fuels is the owner of the Come By Chance refinery in Newfoundland, Canada, an idled oil refinery that is converting to renewable diesel and sustainable aviation fuel operations with an expected in-service date of mid-2022. The refinery is strategically located to source a variety of low-carbon intensity feedstocks and deliver fuels to a variety of end markets, and benefits from an in-place employee base that has been part of a successful ~50 year operating history as a conventional fuels refinery. Renewable diesel and sustainable aviation fuels help decarbonize sectors—heavy transport and aviation—that are key to economic activity and have few other near-term, executable decarbonization solutions.
Lapis connects major CO2 emitters with the best CO2 storage sites. The Lapis team comprises leading industry experts with multiple decades of relevant technical, commercial and project experience with the biggest companies in the world. As the energy industry undergoes a fundamental restructuring, Lapis combines the rigour of traditional capital project delivery with the innovation and entrepreneurial thinking necessary to create industrial scale low carbon solutions. The result is the effective and efficient development and execution of commercially viable projects enabling global net zero carbon.
Renewable Natural Gas
LF Bioenergy partners with US Dairy Farmers to improve profitability while reducing greenhouse gas emissions. We accomplish this by taking an active role in the global transition to green energy: turning farm waste into RNG. Our mission is to be a leader in creating renewable energy with integrity, innovation and operational excellence.
Renewable Natural Gas
San Joaquin Renewables LLC (SJR) will build, own, and operate a facility in McFarland, California, that will convert agricultural waste biomass into about 80 thousand gasoline gallon-equivalents of natural gas (RNG) per day. The RNG will be transported by the SoCalGas pipelines to be used as vehicle fuel throughout California. Feedstock used in the plant will consist of agricultural wood waste, pistachio shells, and almond shells. The project is expected to be complete 18 months after construction begins.
Conventional: Energy, Materials and Industrial Infrastructure
Blackbuck Resources (BBR) Designs, Builds, and Operates Water Infrastructure and provides services for the oil & gas industry. Our team is comprised of professionals with experience in water disposal & treatment, pipeline management, and oil & gas operations.
We focus on creating Practical, Effective, & Economical Solutions to the Energy and Industrial Sectors’ most challenging water applications.
Easton Energy is a Houston based midstream company focused on developing infrastructure assets that support the transportation, storage, and processing of natural gas liquids (NGL), refined products, and petrochemicals. Easton’s primary assets include liquid hydrocarbon salt cavern storage facilities at Markham, Texas, and approximately 416 miles of product distribution pipelines that connect key product markets along the Texas and Louisiana Gulf Coast.
Ocelot Energy Management is a midstream specialist providing total management services for assets and projects ranging from liquid and gas pipelines to complex processing plants, terminals and storage facilities.
Our partners and managers have extensive field experience, providing us a perspective that consistently aligns with our clients and their projects.
Sentinel Midstream is headquartered in Dallas, Texas, offering first-class midstream solutions for crude oil gathering, storage, terminaling; and natural gas gathering, processing, and treating. Sentinel’s management has a successful track record of unlocking value for customers by creating tailored commercial solutions.
Sentinel’s management core values run deep with a military foundation of loyalty, duty, respect, honor, and integrity.