According to the coordinator of the bureau for affairs in the western hemisphere of the US State Department, Matthew M. Rooney, the energy projects are feasible and will provide good returns for investors.
"We are in the final stage of the analysis and at the starting stage of the search for investors," said Rooney.
“Facing Energy Security in the Americas through Agroenergy Sources” is the topic of the keynote presentation, next Tuesday, October 28.
Roberto Rodrigues, co-president of the Inter-American Ethanol Commission and a former agriculture minister of Brazil, will deliver this topic for the thirtieth conference in the Organization of American States’ (OAS) Lecture Series of the Americas next Tuesday, October 28.
The upcoming visit by President Lula will be the stage for discussing Brazil’s cooperation in boosting Ethanol production in the country.
When oil prices where above $100, Brazil and the United States signed an “Understanding Memorandum” to boost bio-fuel production. In it, they identified El Salvador as the beneficiary of three-way cooperation, as it has adequate conditions for developing an ethanol industry.
Orange scraps show the promise of producing ethanol at reasonable prices and Central America, a leading producer of citrus, can benefit.
For several years, the Agricultural Research Service of the Department of Agriculture in the United States has been carrying out a project to investigate the technical and economic feasibility of producing ethanol from orange juice processing leftovers which are now almost given away.
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