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Aemetis commissions Indian biodiesel plant

9:49 AM MST | February 4, 2014 | Lindsay Frost

Aemetis (Cupertino, CA), a maker of advanced fuels and renewable chemicals, announced that its 50-million gal/year capacity biodiesel and refined glycerin production facility at Kakinada, India, has been upgraded to produce high-quality biodiesel. The plant was built in 2008 to produce biodiesel and refined glycerin using large volumes of lower-cost, nonfood byproducts from the edible oil industry as feedstock to supply the biofuel, pharmaceutical, and industrial markets, the company says. “The new distillation production unit is fully commissioned and the...

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