Ethnergy Interested in Panamanian Ethanol Plant

The company presented the Industry Ministry a project for building an ethanol plant.

Thursday, September 24, 2009

Dubbed "Panama Ethanol Project", the project by Ethnergy International Inc intends to explore and develop an ethanol-based biofuel production facility in the country.

Peter G. Smith, company spokesperson, remarked the importance of ethanol "as an alternative to replace hydrocarbon products derived from petroleum", reports newspaper

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Six years after having started the program to incorporate it into the energy matrix, the percentage of ethanol in gasoline has fallen by 4.6% in 2006 to 1.4 in 2011.

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Ecuadoran Nobis Consortium, announced plans to invest $ 200 million to produce ethanol in Costa Rica and Peru.

The company, based in Guayaquil, said it would seek to exploit the free trade agreements signed between these countries and the United States.

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Ethanol Production in El Salvador

February 2010

The upcoming visit by President Lula will be the stage for discussing Brazil’s cooperation in boosting Ethanol production in the country.

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