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  • Writer's pictureRon Kotrba

Matrix Service awarded storage-tank contract for Calumet renewable diesel project

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Matrix Service has been awarded the engineering, fabrication, and construction of seven storage tanks at Calumet Specialty Products Partners’ refinery complex in Great Falls, Montana, where the company is retooling an oversized hydrocracker to process biobased feedstock into renewable diesel. The tanks are being constructed to support the production of more than 500,000 gallons a day of renewable diesel.

“We are excited to help lead the North America’s energy transition in Montana, the Pacific Northwest, and western Canada,” said Bruce Fleming, executive vice president of Calumet. “We are pleased to have Matrix Service provide the engineering, fabrication, and construction of our renewable storage tanks for this critical infrastructure project.”

John Hewitt, Matrix Service president and CEO, said, “With our long-standing expertise and reputation as an industry leader in aboveground storage tanks and terminals, we are very pleased to partner with Calumet on this important project, and to do our part to support its commitment in the energy transition to clean, renewable fuels. We look forward to delivering this project safely, on time, and on budget.”

The facility is expected to become operational and produce renewable diesel next year, in the second quarter.

Engineering related to the project will be completed by Matrix PDM Engineering.


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