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Texas Farm Starts Growing Energy Cane for BP Cellulosic Project

Submitted by on September 26, 2011 – 4:13 pmNo Comment

by Carol Skewes  (The Vindicator) A farm in Liberty County, Texas, has started growing energy grasses as part of a BP project to produce cellulosic ethanol. BP is planning to build a 70-million-gallon cellulosic-ethanol plant, which the company hopes would become operational in three to five years. “We are very excited about the possibilities involved with BP. We consider them a very stable, good company that could mean a lot to this area,” said Catherine Henderson of Henderson Liberty Farms.   READ MORE

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