Abengoa may sell U.S. ethanol plants
The Spanish energy company Abengoa "will seek to sell its biofuel business as part of a debt restructuring plan to avoid bankruptcy," reports Bloomberg.
World’s largest cellulosic refinery opens officially
The Spanish energy company Abengoa opened the world's largest cellulosic refinery in Hugoton, about 90 miles southwest of Dodge City, Kansas, said Biofuels Digest.
The first – and last? – big U.S. cellulosic ethanol plants
With Abebgoa to open its $300 million celllulosic ethanol plant in Kansas on Friday, the Minneapolis Star Tribune says there is worry within the industry that debut of large-scale cellulosic plants in the United States may also be the closing act for big plants domestically.