Croatia’s INA to invest $282M in biorefinery if EU and government chip in

June 23, 2020 |

In Croatia, Reuters reports that the national oil and gas company INA is looking to reduce its carbon footprint by investing $282.4 million in a biorefinery. It has said that to implement the project, however, it is going to require funding from both the European Union and the Croatian government. The facility would use unspecified “sustainable biomass” to produce cellulosic ethanol and electricity in its industrial complex where it already as an oil refinery and is building a bitumen plant in the town of Sisak.

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