AgBioEn to start production end-2021 with just 25% of construction completed

June 22, 2020 |

In Australia, Shepparton News reports that energy production can already begin at the AgBioEn biofuel project in Katunga when 25% of construction is completed at the end of 2021. The facility will use agricultural waste as feedstock. The company says that COVID-19 hasn’t interrupted construction and that it remains on schedule. The A$2 billion project will produce will produce electricity, high-quality renewable diesel and jet fuel, fertilizer and food-grade carbon dioxide and will be the largest biofuel producer in the country.

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