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India Biorefinery First

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi Wednesday launched India's first biorefinery that will produce ethanol from agricultural waste to help the world's third largest oil consumer cut its gasoline consumption through blending. “We have been overdependent on other countries to meet our demand for fertilizers, edible oils, crude oil and gas,” Modi said while launching Indian Oil Corp’s second-generation ethanol plant. “So whenever there is any supply disruption due to geopolitics, the Indian economy becomes vulnerable.”

Topics:
Biofuels (incl. SAF), Gasoline, Low-Carbon Policy
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