For sale: One of these three companies will buy Abengoa's Hugoton plant next month

Since shutting down most of its biofuels business late last year, Abengoa is liquidating its U.S. assets one by one. As of last week, Green Plains purchased two 90 million gallons per year (MGY) facilities and one 56 MGY facility for $237.75 million, KE Holdings LLC purchased a 90 MGY facility fo...

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