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Gulf To Invest In Central American Ethanol
Gulf Ethanol Corporation says it will meet this month with several Central American ethanol producers to negotiate the conversion of existing plants to cellulosic feedstocks.
Gulf will provide the technology, engineering and installation of cellulosic technology to the plant owners, and will share in the profits of each plant.
"The economics of cellulosic ethanol production are compelling, as smaller nations seeking energy independence have abundant biomass that can be used to produce cellulosic ethanol," Gulf President J.T. Cloud.
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