Flint Hills building Texas ethanol terminal

Flint Hills Resources will start construction this month on an ethanol terminal at Buda, Tex.

The privately held refiner and chemical manufacturer operates seven ethanol plants in Iowa, Nebraska, and Georgia with capacities totaling 820 million gal/year. Its two Texas refineries, in Corpus Christi, have combined capacities of 300,000 b/d.

The Buda terminal will have a rail spur, two storage tanks, a truck-loading rack, water storage, and an operations building.

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