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U.K. Biofuel Plants Take Shape

10:20 AM MDT | June 28, 2007 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff

Ensus (Yarm, U.K.) says that its previously announced bioethanol plant at Wilton, U.K. will cost about £250 million ($492 million) and is due to come onstream in 2009. Ensus broke ground on the project earlier this year (CW, May 2, p. 15). The plant will have capacity for more than 400 million liters/year. Separately, Ineos has submitted the planning application for a previously announced €90-million ($120 million) biodiesel project at Grangemouth, U.K. The 500,000-m.t./year plant will come online by mid-2008. Ineos has awarded DeSmet Ballestra Oleo...

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