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I-5 Clean Fuels for New California LNG

June 30, 2014 in Companies, Infrastructure, LNG by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Panoche Westside Proposes $300 Million Plant for Fresno

California’s Panoche Westside Group is proposing to build a $300 million, million-gallon-per-day natural gas facility in four phases outside Fresno. Liquefied natural gas from the I-5 Clean Fuels plant would be used to fuel heavy duty trucks in California’s Central Valley, as well as future high horsepower customers.

I-5CleanFuelsPhase 1 would cost some $95 million of a total project cost estimated at $300 million, the company says.

“We have the money to make it through the next phase, the permitting phase,” says Garrett Rajkovich managing partner of the property owner, Panoche Westside Farms. He told F&F that he’s confident his organization will be able to raise the necessary capital when it comes time to build.

The facility will eventually have 3 million gallons of LNG storage capability.

‘Efficient and Environmentally Friendly’

“I-5 Clean Fuels will be an efficient and environmentally friendly production facility,” the company says. “The production process chosen will minimize local impacts and provide regional environmental benefits in the form of lower total pollutant and greenhouse gas emissions from long haul trucking in the near term and eventually rail and maritime vehicles and vessels.”

The Phase 1 plant is to be built on some 20 acres, part of a 66-acre Panoche Westside Farms parcel approved for the purpose by the Fresno County Board of Supervisors in May.

“The site is ideally located near both high-pressure gas and electric transmission systems,” Panoche Westside says, noting that work will include a new 3-mile pipeline spur to bring natural gas feedstock for liquefaction.

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Source: Panoche Westside/I-5 Clean Fuels with Fleets & Fuels follow-up

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