Seaboard Energy


Renewable Diesel

Renewable diesel is produced through a high heat, high pressure process from renewable fats and oils, and is chemically similar to conventional diesel, but more environmentally friendly. This allows renewable diesel to be a “drop-in” replacement in any vehicle, ship, or train that operates on petroleum diesel at a much lower carbon intensity, ultra-low sulfur emissions, and zero percent aromatics.


Biodiesel is produced through a process that reacts fat or oil with a small amount of alcohol, typically methanol, to produce a finished fuel. This fuel has a much lower carbon intensity, ultra-low sulfur emissions, and has zero percent aromatics.


Glycerin, renewable naphtha, and distillate bottoms are renewable by-products derived from Seaboard Energy’s manufacturing process and have many transportation and industrial uses from animal feed to water treatment facilities.


Seaboard Energy currently has multiple solar arrays producing approximately 20MW of renewable energy. This energy is utilized as both a source of power for our facilities and placed on the grid to provide clean electricity to the market.