Alternative Energy - Infrastructure

NATSO Urges DOT To Establish Alternative Fuel Corridors

NATSO has called on the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) to work with private, exit-based businesses within the confines of the existing law that prohibits the sale of fuel and other commercial services at rest areas as it seeks to identify and establish stretches of the National Highway System as alternative fuel corridors.

Sep 7, 2016

IBN-One Awards FEED Contract To Technip, IPSB For First Bio-Isobutene Plant

IBN-One, a subsidiary of French biotech outfit Global Bioenergies and Cristal Union, recently announced that it awarded the first engineering contract for its first commercial bio-isobutene plant to Technip and IPSB.

Sep 6, 2016

World Energy Acquires Mississippi Biodiesel Plant

World Energy recently announced that it acquired Elevance Natchez Inc.’s (ENI) 72-million-gallon-per-year (MMgy) biodiesel plant located on the Mississippi River in Natchez, Miss.

Sep 1, 2016

St1 To Build Cellulosic Ethanol Plant In Norway

St1 Nordic Oy’s Norwegian subsidiary, Smart Fuel AS, signed a letter of intent with Viken Skog SA and its subsidiary, Treklyngen Holding AS, to construct a cellulosic ethanol plant in Norway.

Aug 23, 2016

Pakistan: Alternative Fuels Infrastructure

Pakistan’s natural gas pipelines extend more than 29,832 kilometers to all major cities from Karachi in the south to Peshawar in the north.

Stratas Advisors
Aug 4, 2016

G&W To Feed JP Energy Terminal With Ethanol Unit Trains

Genesee & Wyoming Inc. (G&W) recently announced that, beginning this fall, its Arkansas Midland Railroad Co. Inc. subsidiary will offer the first ethanol unit train solutions for the North Little Rock, Ark., and surrounding blending markets.

Jul 22, 2016