Efficient, Integrated, and Scalable System

SGP Net-Zero Biorefinery

One of the largest integrated bioenergy development systems in the world.

SGP Dragonfly Midstream

An integrated bioenergy logistics collection, processing and distribution hub.

SGP Dragonfly Trading

A unique opportunity to develop a scalable and flexible way of collecting and distributing biomass feedstocks.

Feedstock Sourcing

SGP Dragonfly Trading is planned as a fully integrated aggregator and developer of diverse environmentally sustainable feedstocks. These feedstocks are utilized to meet the growing demand for renewable products. Our business model encompasses every aspect of the development process, from responsible sourcing, growing, harvesting, collection, processing, and delivery. Additionally, we provide feedstock pre- treatment, storage, and logistics services to third parties on a toll basis.


SGP Net-Zero Biorefinery is an upcoming advanced biorefinery, which is set to become the largest in the world, with the ability to cater to global markets. The first phase of development targets a capacity of 60,000 bpd. The facility will produce sustainable aviation fuel (SAF), a renewable derivative from biomass, which reduces GHG emissions by up to 80%, renewable diesel (RD) made from recycled fats and oils that can be used as a drop-in fuel to replace diesel, and green hydrogen.


SGP Dragonfly Midstream is designed to enhance the capabilities of an integrated system. The project aims to provide additional storage and a transportation capabilities via pipeline network that will connect to a terminal. The pipeline network is expected to enable the efficient and safe transport of products from the biorefinery to the terminal.


SGP Dragonfly Trading is anticipated to be the go-to platform for effectively commercializing biofuels and feedstock to third-party entities. The company is expected to offer a wide range of services to its customers, including sourcing, production, and distribution of biofuels and feedstock.


All key stakeholders within the ecosystem of the challenge

In order to deliver the best results, we engage all key stakeholders. With a detailed understanding of our client’s needs and expectations, we are able to drive impactful thought leadership and apply industrial best practices. Our entrepreneurial spirit allows us to constantly re-evaluate our approach and ensure that we are delivering the best possible service.


How our solutions delivered on our promise

We believe in delivering what we promise with a collaborative approach to developing solutions which deliver local economic development, rebuild communities, and encourage local partnership. Every one of our solutions must drive efficiency and measurable long-term impact. Our clients demand it, and the world deserves no less.


Powerful solutions to deliver impact

We strive to deliver impactful solutions through our integrated ecosystem, which allows us to identify opportunities the competition does not. Our entrepreneurial approach to problem solving enables us to succeed and help our stakeholders succeed into the future.


All possible solutions from the stakeholder perspective

Our experience across the bioenergy supply chain makes us uniquely qualified to deliver a holistic solution. As efficient problem solvers we help to deliver actionable, measurable solutions towards improved energy efficiency.


Proven and novel solution pathways

We ensure every solution considers long-term environmental and economic harmony. We have a continued focus on developing circular solutions using existing assets to reduce emissions and waste for a more sustainable future.

Prosperous Local Communities

Long-Term Environmental & Economic Harmony

  • Retain and grow industry using existing assets.
  • Monetize logistics assets.
  • Capture full supply chain economics, eventually expanding to include growing feedstock.
  • Ensure sustainable jobs using existing skillsets.
  • Lead the way in transitioning to a low carbon future.
  • Communities, in partnership with SGP can drive this transition by optimizing existing assets and labor skillsets.
  • Capture growing market demand for low carbon intensity energy.
  • Regional biomass aggregation through targeted recycling.
  • Match the global demand for sustainability with the human capital and infrastructure assets needed to deliver the supply.

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