Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Dynamic Fuels, LLC Launches New Website

Dynamic Fuels, LLC, launched a new Web site and news blog. Currently, the news blog is being updated and will have many new features.

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Monday, July 20, 2009

Construction Update - July 20, 2009

Reactor charge pump being installed.
Foundation for the off-gas compressor.

Hydroisomerizer cold separator.

Monday, July 13, 2009

Construction Update - July 13, 2009

We now have over 92,000 safe work hours!! Things continue to move along despite the summer heat and humidity. Here are some pictures of what is happening now---

Forming up the containment around the raw material tanks.

Arrival of the cooler skid.

Unloading the cooler skid.

Hydrogen compressor and cooler skids in place.

Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Construction Update - June 30, 2009

Remember the hydrogen compressor on the June 19 update? Well, testing in the shop went well and here it is at the plant.

Thursday, June 25, 2009

Construction Update - June 25, 2009

Just some general pictures in this update. There is a lot of work happening with making spool pieces and putting piping in the pipe racks. Next week we will be setting the hydrogen compressor which was pictured in the June 19 update.

This is another air cooler.

Foundation for the reactor charge pump.

Foundation for the steam deaerator.
The LPG bullet looks much better since we cleaned it.

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Construction Update - June 23, 2009

Last weekend the construction crew worked the night shift to beat the heat. Here are the foundations for the hydrogen compressor and cooler skid being poured. They started at 1 am and finished pouring before the sun came up.

Friday, June 19, 2009

Construction Update - June 19, 2009

It is officially sunny and hot in Geismar! Here are a few more pictures on what is happening.

Building pipe racks....

The last of the foundations being formed to pour...

We now have stairs to the top of the raw material tanks.

This is the compressor assembled for testing before being shipped to the site.