17 September 2012

Finland’s Chempolis in Talks for Biorefinery Plant in India

The company is looking at setting up some of its $52 million biorefineries using bagasse

Finland’s Chempolis Ltd. is in talks with Indian sugar companies to set up a biorefinery in the South Asia nation.

The Oulu-based company, which provides technology that allows raw materials like sugar-cane pulp, bamboo and straw to be converted into biofuels, expects to finalize a deal by the second quarter of next year, the company said in an e-mailed response to questions.

… Full Text: http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2012-09-17/finland-s-chempolis-in-talks-for-biorefinery-plant-in-india.html

Tags: sugar-cane pulp, ethanol

Source: Bloomberg, 2012-09-17.


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