New Fuel Option in SA Made Locally

South Australia [The Advertiser] Australian Renewable Fuels opened its $15 million South Australian biodiesel plant yesterday in tandem with signing a $250 million distribution deal. The Largs Bay plant will employ 50 people full-time and provide another 100 jobs indirectly and is the first in the introduction by 2007 of five plants to be built by the newly listed public company. ARF managing director Darryl Butcher said the five-year deal with large South Australian distributor Dermody Petroleum will take up to all of the plant’s 45 million-litre capacity, with the biofuel sold within Australia. …
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