Bioindustrial Innovation Canada to fund Benefuel FEED study

May 23, 2018 |

In Canada, Bioindustrial Innovation Canada approved a COMM SCI project with Benefuel, a renewable energy company that utilizes their patented ENSEL® catalyst technology to produce a low carbon intensity biodiesel from a variety of food and agriculture waste streams, with high yields.

The purpose of this COMM SCI project is to support a Front-End Engineering Design (“FEED”) study for a 75 million liter, novel biodiesel plant to be located in Sarnia, Ontario.

The execution of this project will provide Benefuel with a well-defined, modular engineering design that can be replicated and constructed by a wide-range of fabricators. The Modular design will reduce costs, accelerate development, improve quality and lower the overall risk of execution.

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