Abengoa plant in Brazil is crushing sugarcane
Abengoa Bioenegia S / A, sugarcane arm of the Spanish company Abengoa, has begun an investment plan for its two plants producing sugar, ethanol and bioelectricity in the country.
In one of its cane plants, Abengoa is crushing sugarcne between January and February. There is already a projection of how much it will be produced.
The director and spokesman for Abengoa Bioenergia S / A, Rogério Abreu Ribeiro dos Santos, revealed to JornalCana Portal that crushing during the off season period ins happening in the Sao Luiz plant, located in the city of Pirassununga (SP ).
The sugarcane crushing in the first two months of the year, according to the executive, is focused exclusively for the production of ethanol. And the forecast is that in these two months the unit reaches 17 million liters of biofuel.
The volume of ethanol produced between January and February can represent up to 8.5% of all ethanol production in the 2015/16 harvest of the two units of Abengoa Bioenergy, estimated at 195 million liters.
In addition to São Luiz, the Spanish company also controls the São João plant, located in São João da Boa Vista (SP).