30 March 2006 12:36 [Source: ICIS news]
LONDON (ICIS news)--Greenergy Biofuels plans to bring over 300,000 tonne/year of biodiesel capacity onstream at two sites in the ?xml:namespace>
A 100,000 tonne/year plant is due onstream in Immingham on Humberside, northeast
Greenergy Biofuels, in which Cargill owns a 25% stake, also plans to build a third biodiesel plant in the Liverpool area in northwest
All three plants will use rapeseed oil as feedstock. Greenergy said it selected northeast England for the third plant because Cargill has seed crushing facilities in the
Greenergy Biofuels expects to bring onstream the
The company said the first Immingham plant would cost £13.5m ($23.5m/Euro19.4m), while the second unit is expected to cost approximately £9m. It is too early to estimate the cost of the
Greenergy Biofuels is a subsidiary of Greenergy Fuels, in which
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