New Energy Blue five months away from finalizing permitting and engineering for 2G plant

December 11, 2018 |

In North Dakota, Agweek reports that design for the $150 million New Energy Blue cellulosic ethanol plant in Spirtwood is chugging right along with permitting and engineering about five months away. The 16 million gallon per year facility will use wheat and corn residues as feedstock and could be online as soon as 2021. Located near the corn-based SpiritAg Energy ethanol plant in hopes of sharing rail infrastructure. The cellulosic ethanol is anticipated for the higher value California market.

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