German Biofuel Plant Acquired by Swiss Energy FirmLONDON, November 23 /PRNewswire/ -- Mercuria Energy has acquired 3B Biofuels Gmbh & Co. KG, a leading European bio-diesel refinery with 250,000 MT of fully operational production capacity. The plant is located in Brunsbuttel, Germany, at the confluence of the Elbe River and the Kiel canal, approximately eighty kilometers from Hamburg. This strategic location is close to the main commodity and refinery ports of Hamburg and the Benelux countries, providing competitive sourcing and selling opportunities. Following an upgrade which was completed in June 2009, the plant is a state-of-the-art facility.
The acquisition of 3B Biofuels, with its multi-feedstock technology will help Mercuria to efficiently meet its customers' need for diesel that is pre-blended to include mandatory bio-fuel components. As regulatory requirements continue to evolve, the plant will help Mercuria to provide the correct customized blend on demand for its customers.
David Ensor, Group Vice President for Communications, Mercuria Energy, email@example.com, +44-7900-917-243
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