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Sudan: Kenana does deal with Dedini

In a deal that will help the African nation of Sudan diversify its energy portfolio, Kenana Sugar Company has signed two deals with Brazil-based Dedini.
Reported to be worth between $300 and $500 million (€220 and €367 million), the deal will see Dedini supply machinery and equipment to the company’s ethanol-from-sugarcane plant in Sudan.

Dedini’s equipment will help to double the size of Kenana’s biofuel production facility, in addition to setting up a new biodiesel refinery.


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News date: 30/09/2010

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