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USA BioEnergy replaces fossil fuels with cleaner, more dependable, ecological and infinitely available alternatives, securing the world’s energy future and reducing global warming threats.

World-class Leadership

Global investment firms, strategists, energy specialists, engineering companies, technologists and others in the scientific community support us, dedicated to bringing the cleanest fuel to the market.

Sustainable Technology

Our market proven technologies (including gasification and Fischer-Tropsch) have been trusted for more than a century, but large-scale commercialization has not been available until now.

About USA BioEnergy

USABE is a developer of renewable energy projects specializing in the conversion of waste into liquid fuels including ASTM-grade diesel and jet fuel, using market-proven and dependable technologies.

Manufacturing ultra low sulfur liquid fuels from locally available biomass and other waste streams to replace fossil fuels has long been a goal of the renewable energy industry. Several technologies, notably gasification and Fischer-Tropsch have been in use for over a century, but large-scale commercialization has not been available until now.

USABE combines state of the art technologies with a corporate configuration and senior leadership that will make us one of the first competitive businesses to operate in this space.

Our technologies are fully vetted and market proven. Our projects are bankable and supported by a team of global investment firms and strategists, energy specialists, engineering companies, technologists and a scientific community all dedicated to seeing the cleanest fuel come to the market. Working together, we are committed to becoming the market leader in the field of bioenergy.

Replacing fossil fuels with cleaner, more dependable, ecological and infinitely available alternatives will help to secure the world’s energy future and reduce the threats of global warming.


Humankind needs energy but oil, coal and natural gas from the ground are all finite resources and their availability in many markets is limited.  Weak links in their supply chains create economic and social instability around the world. Worst of all, burning the vast amounts of carbon stored in the ground is releasing unsustainable volumes of CO2 into the atmosphere causing even more global instability.

Utilizing biomass that is readily available (waste) or which is grown specifically for the purpose (wood plantations) makes better use of the world’s resources, while greatly reducing CO2 emissions.

USABE converts solid biomass to a synthetic gas which is then reformed into volatile liquids. The biomass which includes wood chips, lumbering and lumber mill waste, as well as other materials has absorbed vast amounts of CO2 from the atmosphere during its growth cycle.  Our sequestration process removes nearly all the CO2 from the wood waste, resulting in a negative carbon footprint.

Quantifiable Environmental Benefits:
The more fuel we manufacture and the more it is used, the more CO2 in our atmosphere will be reduced. Unlike like fossil fuel, our fuel is derived from wood waste, making it ultra low in sulfur.

Circular Economy

  • Using energy from the sun, trees and plants transform carbon dioxide from the air and minerals from the earth into solid matter.
  • USABE facilities convert this solid matter into gas and then into energy-dense, transportable fuel.
    • We work with companies to supply our plants with a steady stream of biomass to be used as our feedstock.
    • Local jobs are created across each level of our supply chain.
  • Our products are used in cars, trucks, aircraft, generators and other devices which power our nation and fuel economic growth.
  • The small amount of CO2 that is released from the burning of our fuels is reabsorbed by the next generations of trees and plants that in turn will be converted to USABE fuel.

Our Process

• Each USABE facility receives a steady stream of biomass from a number of providers. The solid material is then converted in our gasifiers to a blend of volatile gases which include hydrogen, carbon monoxide and methane (H2+CO+CH4).
• The “syngas” is then converted to liquid fuel by a century-old technology named after the inventors Fischer and Tropsch.
• The reformed gas is condensed into liquid form as diesel and naphtha, which is then used in the transportation and other industries.
• The net carbon footprint over the life cycle of the conversion process is negative, rivalling the lowest in the renewable energy industry.

Production Facilities

  • We can scale each of our plants according to the available supply of biomass and the demand for the fuel produced.
  • Our first plant near Beaumont, Texas will produce over 30 million gallons of diesel to be used in cars and trucks.
  • Our goal is to build a series of advanced biorefineries.
  • We anticipate building 10 plants or more in the coming years.