Dutch suppliers will establish refinery for biofuel

GoodFuels and Biomass Technology Group will establish a small refinery for the purpose of proving that biofuel for ships can be produced under market conditions. The preferred location is Rotterdam.

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Two Dutch companies will build a new refinery that will produce biofuel for ships.

The partners, GoodFuels and Biomass Technology Group, plan to build a so-called demonstration facility which will show that it is commercially viable to produce sustainable fuel for ships.

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