World-scale bioethanol plant planned for Hull

June 2007
Environmental Engineering;Summer2007, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p5
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The article reports on the plan for a world-scale bioethanol plant in Hull, England. Approximately $400 million will be invested by BP, Associated British Foods (ABF) and DuPont for the bioethanol plant which will be located near a high technology demonstration plant for next generation biofuels. The bioethanol plant will have a production capacity of 420 million liters per year. Initially, the plant will focus on bioethanol but the companies involved are looking to produce biobutanol once technology is available.


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