British Company to Put Up P1.5-B Ethanol Plant in the Philippines

Los Angeles, California [Asian Journal] British firm Bronzeoak Ltd., through local unit Bronzeoak Philippines, will spend P1.5 billion [USD$29.5 million] to construct a dedicated ethanol plant in the southern province Bukidnon, Representative Juan Miguel Zubiri of Bukidnon said. … He said the plant would have a capacity of 150,000 liters a day, bigger than a plant Bronzeoak is building in partnership with the National Development Corp. in San Carlos City in Negros Occidental province, in the central Philippines. He said this was because the Bukidnon plant, under Bronzeoak’s Southern Bukidnon Bioethanol Inc., would be a dedicated ethanol production plant and not a cogeneration facility like the San Carlos plant. The San Carlos Bio-Energy Inc. plant is an integrated facility that will have a capacity of 100,000 liters of bioethanol a day in its distillery plant. It will also have a cane-milling plant with a throughput capacity of 1,500 metric tons of cane daily, as well as a cogeneration power plant that will produce around nine megawatts of power, of which four megawatts will be sold to the main power grid. …
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