Canadian Bioenergy, ADM could build new biodiesel plant

07 April 2009 21:17  [Source: ICIS news]

HOUSTON (ICIS news)--Biodiesel supplier Canadian Bioenergy and crop processor Archer Daniels Midland (ADM) have entered negotiations to construct and operate a potential 265m litre/year canola-based biodiesel plant in Lloydminster, Alberta, Canadian Bioenergy said on Tuesday.

If the plan proceeds, the plant would be built on the site of ADM’s current canola-crushing plant in Lloydminster.

The companies are currently undertaking a full feasibility analysis of the project.

Neither company initially responded to requests for comment.

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