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 2026.
Local Facility Permits
State Facility Permits
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Anticipated Operations Start
Made from a variety of organic waste materials, renewable diesel (RD) has up to 85% lower carbon emissions than traditional diesel and is a proven “drop-in” fuel, meaning it is chemically identical to petroleum-based fuels and doesn’t require any modifications to the equipment it’s powering.
Renewable Natural Gas
Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) is methane that is produced from biogenic sources. NXTClean will produce extremely low carbon intensity RNG via chemical synthesis by combining Clean Hydrogen and carbon from sustainably sourced waste forest biomass (also known as “slash”).
Clean Hydrogen is hydrogen gas produced from a variety of processes which result in a very hydrogen with a very low life cycle carbon intensity. NXTClean Fuels will produce Clean Hydrogen through the reforming of biogenic hydrocarbons, such as those generated as biproducts in the production of Renewable Diesel (RD) or Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) as well as through the gasification of sustainably sourced waste forest biomass (also known as “slash”.)