Jamaica's Petrojam Ethanol, still unable to open, cites feedstock costs

June 17, 2011 |

In Jamaica, Petrojam Ethanol is still unable to open its 40 MGy facility, citing continuing difficulties with a cheap, certain and easily available feedstock supply.

Ricardo Neins, PEL manager stated that his company will import ethanol from the U.S.  The company is anticipating imports of 15.12 million gallons, with sales of 15.28 million gallons.

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