Vivergo's bioethanol plant reopens after four-month shut down

Madeleine Cuff
Ethanol loading at Vivergo's site | Credit: Vivergo Fuels

Ethanol loading at Vivergo's site | Credit: Vivergo Fuels

Biofuels plant closed in November after policy uncertainty and low ethanol prices created 'unfavourable trading conditions'

Biofuels producer Vivergo has reopened its Saltend production plant this week following a four-month hiatus. But the company warned the facility's long-term future depends on government backing the development...

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