Tag: Croatia

Croatian ambassador tells Malaysia to invest in PR if it wants to fix palm oil’s reputation

Croatian ambassador tells Malaysia to invest in PR if it wants to fix palm oil’s reputation

September 13, 2018 |

In Malaysia, Croatia’s ambassador to the country said that if Malaysia is serious about trying to change the hearts and minds of Europeans regarding the reputation of palm oil and its sustainability, then the government needs to invest in public relations in order to change the narrative. He said that blaming the EU countries for […]

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Croatia approves 0.1% advanced biofuels mandate

Croatia approves 0.1% advanced biofuels mandate

July 19, 2018 |

In Croatia, not to be left behind as the European Union moves towards advanced biofuel consumption, the government has approved a 0.1% blending mandate for second generation fuels but it could be shifted higher in 2019 depending on availability of supplies. The government also implemented the 7% cap on conventional biofuels in line with the […]

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European Investment Bank may invest in biodiesel plant in Croatia

European Investment Bank may invest in biodiesel plant in Croatia

October 26, 2015 |

In Luxembourg, the European Investment Bank is evaluating a EUR38 million investment in a EUR50 million biodiesel plant in Croatia that would produce fuel from animal fats and used cooking oil. The facility is to be sited at a port that is near a nature protection area. The EIA was completed in 2013 and all […]

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BDI-Bioenergy lands contract for largest biodiesel plant in Croatia

BDI-Bioenergy lands contract for largest biodiesel plant in Croatia

October 8, 2013 |

In Croatia, BDI-Bioenergy signed a contract to establish the largest multi-feedstock biodiesel plant in the country as well as South East Europe. The 100,000 metric ton per year waste-based facility should come online before the end of 2014. The contract BDI signed with client biom is worth more than $27.1 million.

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