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Topsoe technology selected by Canadian startup Braya Renewable Fuels

| By Mary Bailey

Topsoe A/S (Lyngby, Denmark) is supplying its HydroFlex technology to Canadian startup Braya Renewable Fuels, who converted a former petroleum refinery to produce renewable diesel in Come By Chance, Canada. Braya has plans to increase capacity in phase two of the project and also produce sustainable aviation fuel in Come By Chance. The Come By Chance facility in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada is now successfully operating and producing renewable diesel at design capacity. Braya repurposed the former petroleum refinery to produce renewable fuels, and the facility is set up for an easy transition to sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) using Topsoe’s licensed technology.

Henrik Rasmussen, Managing Director, The Americas, Topsoe, said:
“It was a true pleasure for Topsoe to collaborate with the impressive Braya team during the past several years culminating recently with a smooth and successful start-up of the revamped refinery units. We are excited to continue working with Braya’s operation and engineering teams to further increase the capacity during phase two.”

Todd O’Malley, CEO, Braya Renewable Fuels
“Topsoe contributed world class technology and a team of experienced and dedicated professionals to our project. Their collaboration was key to Braya’s successful implementation and commissioning of the Come By Chance facility.”