IAG announced the award of a contract from Cheyenne Renewable Diesel Company LLC, a subsidiary of HollyFrontier Corporation (NYSE: HFC), to support the previously announced renewable diesel project. The project includes conversion of HollyFrontier’s Cheyenne refinery to renewable diesel production.
IAG will provide project management, including project controls and construction management for the conversion of the Cheyenne refinery. With an expected capital investment of USD125-175 million, the Cheyenne facility will produce, once converted, approximately 90 million gallons per year of renewable diesel.
Paul Westberry, IAG’s President, commented, “We’re very pleased to support HollyFrontier in their strategic investment in renewable diesel. This investment provides an opportunity to enhance both their profitability and environmental footprint. With HollyFrontier, we’re combining our extensive experience in renewable fuels projects with expertise in owner representation and project management. This linkage between technical expertise and owner advocacy improves project and client outcomes, especially in developing industries.”
IAG partners with owners to plan, optimize and execute capital projects. We apply deep industry expertise, leading safety practices and principles of intellectual honesty to deliver flexible project solutions throughout the project lifecycle. Since 1995, we’ve helped make owners successful in the refining, chemical, midstream and industrial sectors. IAG is an operating subsidiary of Triten Corporation and is headquartered in Houston,Texas. To learn more visit www.triteniag.com.