SynSel Energy secures funds for $300 million 2G ethanol plant

April 12, 2018 |

In Michigan, Illinois-based SynSel Energy has secured the funds required to start construction on the planned $300 million cellulosic ethanol plant in Ontonagon at a former Smurfit-Stone Paper mill. Site work and utility work is expected to take place while engineering is finalized over the next 14 months. Last year, project developers announced SynSel’s biorefineries utilize a thermocatalytic process to convert non-food biomass feedstock like wood waste from mill operations and forest residue into synthetic gasoline, diesel, and aviation fuel.

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