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Engineering firm awarded contract for second-generation biorefinery in China

5:04 AM MST | December 17, 2013 | Francinia Protti-Alvarez

China New Energy (CNE; Guangzhou), an AIM-quoted engineering and technology services provider to the bioenergy sector,  has entered into a contract with New Tian Long Alcohol (NTLA), in Jilin Province, China to provide specialist technology and services to assist in building a second-generation, 50,000-m.t./year biorefinery, CNE says. NTLA is one of the largest ethanol producers in China and has chosen CNE as its development partner in a multiphase contract with the initial contract phase worth 10 million renminbi ($1.64 million) to CNE over a two-year...

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