Ethanol mandate boosts bio-refinery demand for feedgrain on Darling Downs

Legislation requiring Queensland’s fuel industry to meet ethanol targets at the start of 2017 is already boosting the Dalby Bio-Refinery’s demand for feedgrains. LEGISLATION set to come into effect in Queensland at the start of the new year requiring the State’s fuel industry to meet its first ethanol target is already boosting the Dalby Bio-Refinery’s demand for feedgrains. United Ethanol owns the facility, and company CEO Gavin Hughes said the mandate was expected to boost the plant’s feedgrain requirement to more than 200,000 tonnes. “We’ll get through close to 180,000 tonnes this year, up from 140,000 tonnes last year, and…

Source: Grain Central
Ethanol mandate boosts bio-refinery demand for feedgrain on Darling Downs