San Joaquin Renewables BCCS

Class VI

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.

Carbon dioxide produced by the plant will be stored deep underground in an EPA class VI sequestration well. This well will be drilled through multiple rock formations that trap the carbon dioxide and prevent greenhouse gas emissions.

  • Key data:
    Kern, CA
  • Partners:
    Pelican Renewables LLC
  • CO2 sources:
    Pelican biofuel production facility at Port of Stockton
  • Number of wells: 1
  • Injection rate [MMt / yr]: 0.44
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