Global Clean Energy’s Future in Question

Global Clean Energy’s Future in Question

 

ExxonMobil Walking Away From Offtake Agreement, GCEH Claims Force Majeure

ExxonMobil and Global Clean Energy Holdings (GCEH) entered into a product off-take agreement (POA) in April of 2019 where Exxon committed to purchasing 85 million gallons of renewable diesel from GCEH with an option to increase the POA volume.  The agreement was conditioned upon GCEH acquiring a refinery capable of producing the volume and quality of renewable diesel necessary, as well as having the refinery operational by August 31, 2021.

The partnership, beneficial to both, was expanded in early 2021.  Exxon and GCEH agreed to a five-year renewable diesel purchase agreement for up to five million barrels per year. Exxon would be the exclusive buyer of GCEH renewable diesel. 

The New agreement did not specifically include sustainable aviation fuel (SAF), but the parties did concur that if GCEH decided to include SAF optionality, Exxon would…

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