Sasol & Partners Consider Soya Diesel Plant

South Africa [RenewableEnergyAccess.com] African petrochemicals group Sasol is considering building a biodiesel production plant to produce 100 kilotons (about 125 million liters) of biodiesel from soya beans with various partners. Sasol and the Central Energy Fund (CEF) will conduct a feasibility study to test the ventures’ viability and look at possible locations before an investment is made. The proposed plant will require more than 500 kilotons of soya beans to produce 100 kilotons of biodiesel annually. The release claims Sasol it supplies about 40% of South Africa’s fuels.
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