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South African Project Reaching for Ethanol, Biodiesel Co-Location

Submitted by on October 28, 2011 – 9:31 amNo Comment

by Holly Jessen (Ethanol Producer Magazine)  One World Clean Energy Inc. has secured its first memorandum of understanding to construct and commission a $115 million Integrated Biorefinery in South Africa, where it would produce10 megawatts of electricity, 10 MMgy of ethanol and 10 MMgy biodiesel.

Bill Bivins, CEO of One World Clean Energy, reached an agreement with Pulexilite (Pty) Ltd. of South Africa during a visit in September as part of a U.S. Trade Mission. Construction of the facility, which will be built in the U.S. and exported, could begin as early as 2012. The project will employ up to 100 engineers and skilled-trade workers in the U.S. and would create up to 250 jobs in South Africa.  READ MORE and MORE (The Lane Report) and MORE (Business Day)

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