Red Rock Biofuels (RRB) develops processing plants to convert woody biomass into renewable, drop-in diesel and jet fuels. Each refinery is designed to utilize 175,000 dry tons of woody biomass feedstock to produce 16 million gallons per year of finished products.
RRB’s technology platform converts woody biomass to jet, diesel, and naphtha fuels. The process begins with the gasification of woody biomass to produce synthesis gas. This synthesis gas is cleaned and sent to a Fischer-Tropsch unit where it is converted to liquid hydrocarbons. Hydroprocessing refines the liquid hydrocarbons to produce jet, diesel, and naptha fuels.
Red Rock Biofuels was founded by Jeff Manternach and Terry Kulesa and is based in Colorado, United States.