Ensyn breaks ground on new 10 million gallon advanced biofuels project in Quebec
July 14, 2016 by Biofuels Digest
July 14, 2016 – In Washington, Ensyn has announced ground-breaking on a new 10 million gallon biobased hydrocarbon fuel project in Port-Cartier Quebec.
The facility, which will be 50 per cent owned by Ensyn and will receive financing support from Sustainable Development Technology Canada.
The project was announced live on-stage at Bioenergy 2016 by Ensyn’s new CEO, Jeffrey Jacobs, who described the project as the “largest-ever deployment of Ensyn’s RTP technology” and he added that the two production train project represent the 16th and 17th commercial deployment of Ensyn’s tech.The Cote Nord Project, being developed by Ensyn, Arbec Forest Products Inc., and Groupe Rémabec, is located adjacent to Arbec’s sawmill on the north shore of the St. Lawrence Seaway.
The project cost, at today’s exchange rates, is $80.5M. | READ MORE.
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