Our Projects

We Develop Our Own Projects

San Joaquin Renewables:

A California plant that will produce over 15 million gallon-equivalents of natural gas a year. The plant will take orchard waste that is usually lost to pile-burning and convert it into renewable natural gas. This project will lessen the San Joaquin Valley’s air pollution while also providing a local fuel supply.

We Deliver Project Solutions to Others

Frontline partners with project developers; engineering, procurement, and construction firms; technology providers; and finance organizations to deliver integrated feedstock, energy, fuel, chemical, and/or renewable product solution.

Chippewa Valley Ethanol Company (CVEC):

In 2007, Frontline’s first commercial gasifier started up. This plant processed 75 tons of corn cobs and wood waste per day, producing fuel for a CVEC ethanol plant boiler in Benson, Minnesota.

The CVEC gasification plant.

Stine Seed Farms:

Frontline is engineering, procuring, and constructing a modular 50 ton per day pyrolysis demonstration plant in Redfield, Iowa. This plant will utilize auto-thermal pyrolysis which is more efficient and versatile than regular pyrolysis. The plant will produce bio-oil and biochar that have a variety of uses.

The modules of the Stine plant assembled at the project site.

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Upcoming Projects

The following lists projects in development by Frontline or others using Frontline technology:

  • 1200 tons/day wood chips and nutshells into renewable natural gas

  • 900 tons/day of construction and demolition wood into renewable natural gas

  • 200 tons/day of animal manure and biosolids into Fischer-Tropsch diesel