Fagen and Harris Group will lead the engineering, procurement and construction process to build the facility.

The facility will convert harvested wood biomass into a high-octane renewable fuel.

The company received a conditional commitment for a loan guarantee from the US Department of Agriculture and is working on the details to close the financing for the project.

Coskata CEO William Roe said the company is pleased that Fagen and Harris Group will work together to provide a facility which will demonstrate the value potential and long-term benefits of the Coskata technology.

Coskata, a biology-based renewable energy company enables the low-cost production of biofuels and chemicals, from virtually any carbonaceous material.