Projects & Facilities

NXTClean Fuels is currently developing two clean fuel facilities, both based in Oregon. Following strict environmental standards and supplied by a flexible intake of globally sourced feedstocks, our refining infrastructure will be engineered to operate at the highest levels of compliance, reliability, and quality.

Port Westward 016 edit 1 - Projects & Facilities

Port Westward

Our original development project is proposed for Port Westward near Clatskanie, Oregon and adjacent to the Columbia River maritime channel. If all permitting approvals are granted, this site will be the home to a renewable diesel and sustainable aviation fuel hub with production capacity of up to 50,000 barrels of clean fuel per year. NXTClean anticipates that construction of this facility will begin in late 2024.

Learn More

IMG 1515 edit 1 - Projects & Facilities

Lakeview RNG

Located in Lakeview, Oregon, Lakeview RNG will transform organic waste materials into renewable natural gas, renewable diesel, and clean hydrogen – benefitting environmental and community health in southern Oregon and beyond. NXTClean anticipates that the first phase of construction will be completed and operations will commence in the first half of 2025.

Learn More

Latest News


May 15, 2023

NEXT Renewable Fuels, Inc. and Dansuk Sign Memorandum of Understanding on Low-Carbon Feedstock Partnership

MOU Underpins Feedstock Confidence for NEXT; Expands Global Trading for Dansuk. HOUSTON, May 15, 2023 – NEXT Renewable Fuels, Inc. (“NEXT”) and Dansuk Industrial Corporation...

March 12, 2023

The Daily News Longview Endorses NEXT

A company called NEXT Renewable Fuels is trying to build a $2 billion renewable diesel biorefinery near Clatskanie…where the high-tech process will turn them into...

February 26, 2023

Renewable Fuel in NW Oregon

NEXT Renewable Fuels wants to enter a market that pivots away from fossil fuels. The future is here, NEXT says.

February 21, 2023

NEXT included in United’s Sustainable Flight Fund Investment

Investment vehicle supports start-ups focused on the reduction of carbon emissions in aviation through sustainable aviation fuel research, technology and production.

Photography courtesy of the Port of Columbia County.