FutureEnergy Australia (FEA) welcomes the WA Government’s announcement of $4.72m Investment Attraction Fund support for the Narrogin FutureEnergy Park

23 August 2023

FutureEnergy Australia is pleased to announce it has received a commitment from the WA Government’s Investment Attraction Fund to provide a contribution of $4.72 million toward FEA’s FutureEnergy Park in Narrogin. In welcoming the announcement, FEA Chair Adrian Cook said “We welcome the State Government grant and thank them for considering FEA. It demonstrates the…

Renewable fuels study highlights significant potential national economic and environmental outcomes

19 May 2023

FutureEnergy Australia (FEA) is pleased to announce the release of an independent economic assessment report undertaken by ACIL Allen. The study assessed the state-wide economic benefits of a renewable diesel industry in Western Australia, based on replicating FEA’s first project in Narrogin into a State-wide regional-focused business model. FEA has identified a pipeline of potential…

Narrogin Project Presented at the World Renewable Energy Congress

16 December 2022

FutureEnergy Australia’s landmark renewable diesel project in Western Australia’s Wheatbelt was presented as a case study of renewable fuel production and discussed in a panel session at the 21st World Renewable Energy Congress, held at Murdoch University in Perth in early December. Sustainable Development Director, Andy Rodgers, joined the Biomass for Bioenergy panel and shared…

FutureEnergy Australia signs MoU with Horizon Power

12 July 2022

FutureEnergy Australia (“FEA”) is pleased to announce it has signed a non-binding Memorandum of Understanding (“MoU”) with the regional Western Australia electricity company Horizon Power. The MoU provides a framework for the organisations to pursue a strategic partnership on renewable diesel project development and production. A strategic partnership with Horizon Power is intended to canvas…

Carnarvon’s Energy Transition Vision – Biofuturing 2022 Conference

01 July 2022

See how Carnarvon Energy is progressing its energy transition as presented at the recent Biofuturing 2022 conference. Please click on the above image.

Narrogin community event

28 June 2022

FutureEnergy Australia (FEA), the 50:50 renewable fuels joint venture between Carnarvon Energy and Frontier Impact Group, held a community information session in the Shire of Narrogin earlier this month. More than 70 people from the local community as well as key stakeholders turned out to learn more about our proposal to build Australia’s first commercial-scale…

Narrogin project awarded Clean Energy Future Fund grant

11 April 2022

Future Energy Australia (FEA) has welcomed a State Government grant of $2 million for the planning, construction, and commissioning of a renewable diesel biorefinery near Narrogin in WA’s Wheatbelt region. The project, being rolled out by joint venture partners Carnarvon Energy and Frontier Impact Group, is the first commercial-scale renewable diesel production facility in Australia.…

Narrogin Selected As FEA’s First Project Location

10 March 2022

FutureEnergy Australia (FEA) is pleased to announce the Narrogin Shire as the location for its first renewable diesel biorefinery. An exclusive 12-month option agreement has been signed to purchase a 65Ha block of land outside of Narrogin for the biorefining business. The initial biorefinery is expected to require less than 10% of the potential land…

WA could become Australia’s leader in renewable fuel production

28 October 2021

Future Energy Australia has written to Premier Mark McGowan, outlining a unique opportunity to support the creation of a credible, commercially proven opportunity to develop a pipeline of 20 renewable fuel biorefineries in WA. Fully realised, the project pipeline of 20 biorefineries, including hydrogen, jet fuel and diesel, would create significant benefits for WA fuel…

Carbon negative renewable fuels joint venture announced

19 July 2021

Australia’s first bio-refinery to produce renewable diesel is one step closer, thanks to a joint venture between Frontier Impact Group and Carnarvon Petroleum Ltd. The joint venture plans to use internationally proven technology to process waste biomass and produce renewable diesel, high-quality biochar and wood vinegar using a sustainable process that is carbon negative. The…

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