Fuel Conversion Project

In an effort to control our costs and improve environmental performance, will begin the permitting process to utilize liquefied natural gas to replace Number 2 fuel oil at our Florence facility.

After exploring various energy alternatives we determined that natural gas is the most reliable fuel source and one that would provide us with economic advantage and improve our environmental performance.

The Fuel Conversion Project will comply with local, state and federal permitting requirements. The permitting process is expected to take approximately one year with construction lasting an additional nine months.

Below you will find various documents that will provide insight to the project. We will update this site with project information throughout the permitting and construction process.

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General Project Information


Media

Permitting

Omya Inc.'s Proposed LNG Facility / Fuel Conversion Project 45-Day Notice of Petition to be filed Under Section 248 at Public Service Board.

Omya Inc's submittal letter to submit the Petition and request for a prehearing conference as soon as practicable to initiate the review process.

Omya Inc's Petition requesting the Public Service Board to issue a Certificate of Public Good for the construction and operation of a liquefied natural gas facility at our existing Verpol plant.

  • Public Hearing
The Vermont Public Service Board has scheduled a Public Hearing regarding the petition of Omya, Inc. for a Certificate of Public Good. Hearing date is June 13, 2012, 7:00 pm at the Town of Pittsford Municipal Offices, 426 Plains Road, Pittsford, VT.

  • Final Engineering Design - In Process

Supporting Documents

Vermont Energy Investment Corporation
Colby Engineering Company
February 13, 2013

CLF Ventures, Inc.
February 20, 2012