US based Endicott Biofuels (EBF) has signed an agreement with KMTEX to construct a 30-million gallon-per-year biorefinery in Port Arthur, Texas.

Biorefinery will employ EBF’s proprietary technology for the production of high-purity G2 Clear biodiesel, and the construction is expected to begin in late January 2011.

KMTEX will host EBF as well as provide certain construction and operational services, while the equity funding will be provided by Haddington Ventures.

The company said that G2 Clear is Endicott’s high-purity, high-quality biodiesel made from waste fats, oils and greases, and this patent-protected process is capable of consuming any waste fat or oil in any proportion.

EBF also added that it will use inedible feedstocks to help the US meet the renewable fuel targets defined in the federal Renewable Fuel Standard and reduce dependence on foreign sources of crude oil.

KMTEX is engaged in the custom processing of petrochemicals, speciality chemicals, oleochemicals, agricultural chemicals, and food grade chemicals.

EBF is a second-generation biodiesel company possessing proven exclusive differentiating technology.