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Ukraine plans to transform distilleries into bioethanol plants

7:15 AM MDT | April 2, 2013 | Francinia Protti-Alvarez

Ukraine plans to increase its bioethanol production capabilities to 360,000 m.t./year in 2013–14 mainly by converting distilleries, according to an announcement by the Ministry of Agrarian Policy and Food (Kiev). The Ukrainian government intends to allocate 209.8 million hryvnias ($25.4 million) during 2013 and a further hryvnia140.2 million in 2014, to convert 29 distilleries into bioethanol-producing facilities. "Over the next 2 years, we plan to convert 29 distilleries. These enterprises will be engaged in bioethanol production. This will...

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