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Kolon Eng wins $239.8 mln Russia plant order

South Korea's Kolon Engineering & Construction Co. said on Thursday it has won a $239.8 million order to build a bioethanol plant in Russia's Volgograd region.

14 December 2006

Russia to start up biological fuel industry

Beginnings of Russia’s new, biological fuel industry have been laid in Omsk, where the construction of a plant for production of bioethanol, a material for ecologically clean gasoline, began on Thursday.

23 November 2006

Kazakh biofuel pioneer plans more plants

Biohim Co., the first bioethanol producer in the former Soviet Union, plans to build at least three more plants in Kazakhstan to produce fuel from wheat and other crops, a senior company official said on Thursday.

5 November 2006

Serbian bio-ethanol plant to be largest green field investment in Southeast Europe

A Hungarian-US consortium will invest half a billion dollars in building a bio-ethanol plant in the town of Zrenjanin, along with a port and other infrastructure. The plant is expected to employ 1,500 workers.

13 October 2006

Biofuel plants planned in eastern Europe

Oct 4 (Reuters) - Russian and Kazakh investors have announced plans to build several new biofuel plants in the former Soviet Union after a pilot project was commissioned this month, but the implementation of these projects faces obstacles.

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