Cellulosic ethanol news: Abengoa secures feedstock and Novozymes begins construction

Last week, Abengoa signed several feedstock supply agreements for its Hugoton, Kansas cellulosic ethanol plant. The facility, expected to start production in 2013, will produce 25 MGY and 25 MW of electricity from 315,000 dry tons of feedstock per year. The feedstock will consist of agricultural res...

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