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Facts & Figures Bioenergy
Seaboard Energy supports the use of sustainable energy from and for the Seaboard Foods system.
Seaboard Energy produces biodiesel by using pork fat from the the Guymon processing facility, along with beef fat and used cooking oil.
Seaboard Energy Missouri, located in St. Joseph, Mo., produces biodiesel using regional corn oils.
Nearly 130 employees convert animal fat or vegetable oils to biodiesel in the plants, which run 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Seaboard Energy makes more than 75 million gallons of biodiesel annually.
The plants in Guymon, Okla., and St. Joseph, Mo., are BQ-9000 certified through the National Biodiesel Board.
The company injects 600 mm btu of renewable natural gas into the pipeline each day.
Seaboard Energy CNG supports the energy needs of Seaboard Foods’ compressed natural gas (CNG) powered vehicles.
HPB CNG owns a public filling station, located across the road from the Guymon pork processing facility in Guymon, Okla.
This ensures the availability of CNG fuel to Seaboard Foods’ truck fleet and others in the Oklahoma panhandle.
Seaboard Foods has more than 180 vehicles that run on CNG. Seaboard Energy has two filling stations.
CNG emits far less pollutants than diesel, including 25% less greenhouse gasses, 88% less NOx and 22% less particulate matter.