South Africa’s FE&AP plans $373M investment in sweet sorghum ethanol

January 26, 2012 |

In Swaziland, South African company Fuel Ethanol and Agricultural Plantation plans to invest $373.4 million in a sweet sorghum ethanol project. The project will stretch across 15,000 hectares of government-owned farmland and will provide jobs for 2,000 people. Once the project gets under way, local farmers will be able to own shares in the project.

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