Renewable.bio is planning to build a new biofuels facility in Western Australia.
The facility, which will utilise renewable residue feedstocks, will produce three types of sustainable fuels including ethanol, sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) and renewable diesel.
The plant, which forms part of the Australis Biofuels project, will use the Proesa® biofuels technology from Versalis, a globally recognised leader in second generation biofuels.
An International Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) contractor has been selected to carry out a Front End Engineering Design (FEED) stage in preparation for Financial Investment Decision (FID) to be announced at the end of this year.
The facility is expected to be up and running by 2026.
Angelo Dabala, chief executive officer, said back in 2020: “Agriculture and forest industry residue is an ideal source for conversion to bioenergy and as these resources are in regional Australia, this opportunity will create new industry development and lead to a diverse economy.”
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