Domino Sugar is increasing storage capacity at its refinery in Baltimore, which the company says will be the most significant construction endeavour the plant has ever undertaken.
The Bio en Hauts-de-France collective is planning the construction and operation of the first 100% organic beet sugar factory in northern France, according to local press reports.
Danish engineering consultancy COWI A/S and Swedish Biofuels AB, inventor of the original Alcohol-to-Jet (ATJ) technology, intend to build three plants to produce and supply sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) to the Swedish market.
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Raízen and Geo Energética are partnering to construct the second biogas plant.
China’s top economic planner on 23rd March announced a target to produce up to 200,000 tonnes per year of green hydrogen by 2025 avoiding up to two million tonnes of CO₂ each year, reported Reuters.
The port management group of Le Havre-Rouen-Paris Haropa Port announced on 17th March that it had selected the Dubai company Al Khaleej Sugar (AKS) for a beet sugar factory project on a 75-hectare wasteland located downstream from the port of Rouen (Seine-Maritime ) formerly occupied by the car-maker Renault.
Plant protein and pharmaceutical excipients producer Roquette plans to invest €25 million to upgrade its liquid and powder polyols plant in Lestrem, France, between 2022 and 2024 to boost the production of liquid and powder polyols. According to the company’s press release, the investment will strengthen its position as a leader in polyols and establish a strong, reliable supply in the long term.
Saudi Arabia will start constructing a green hydrogen plant imminently as it pushes ahead with plans to export the fuel in about four years, reported Bloomberg.
The Ethiopia Sugar Corporation (ESC) disclosed on 11th March that the Chinese-built Tana Bales No. 1 sugar factory, sited in the country’s northern Amhara region, has commenced operations.
A new build KES5 billion (US$44 million) sugar factory owned by the Rai family will start milling sugar in the first quarter of the year.