Montana Renewables is a renewable fuel business located in Great Falls, Montana. On November 18, 2021, Montana Renewables was separated both legally and commercially from Calumet Specialty Products Partners, L.P., and was designated as an unrestricted subsidiary of Calumet as a part of the separation. Montana Renewables is modifying existing assets at the Great Falls facility to process up to 15,000 barrels per stream day (“bpsd”) of renewable feedstocks into low-emission sustainable alternatives that directly replace fossil fuel products.
Local Focus, Global Impact
Montana Renewables’ highly refined, renewable fuels are fully carbon neutral with 100% of the feedstock of natural origin along with the entire facility will be powered by renewable energy. Montana Renewables is expected to significantly advance national efforts to address climate change and reduce greenhouse gas emissions across the transportation and aviation sectors throughout North America and abroad.
Montana Renewables is grateful to have the strong support of the local, state, and Congressional government, as well as the community.
Montana Governor Greg Gianforte spoke at the Montana Renewables ribbon-cutting event, cut the ribbon and gave the order to unload the first railcar of renewable feedstock. U.S. Senator Steve Daines of Montana received a first-hand tour of the progress being made on the project.
Montana at Heart
Montana Renewables is a proud member of the Montana business community. We provide good, high-paying jobs and opportunities to great people. It is our mission to deliver excellence in all areas of operations. We strive to provide premium products in the safest and most environmentally-friendly way possible.
Calumet’s presence adds more than 2,600 permanent, year-round jobs to Great Falls
500 construction jobs added for the duration of the conversion project
Payroll and benefits average over $100,000 annually per Calumet employee
Over $1 Billion invested since Calumet acquired the Great Falls business in 2012
Barrels Per Day (bpd)
Capacity output has increased from 10K to 30K barrels per day (bpd)
Carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) of 40 wt% of feed into specialty asphalt