Project Highlights:

Proven Quality

For the biorefinery, BioCamak will use Petron’s state of art technologies available in USA and globally. These includes advanced Cellulosic Biomass (G2.0) to Bioethanol and advanced G1.5 Inedible Industrial Maize (Corn) to Bioethanol, Biodiesel, Sustainable Aviation Fuels (SAF) Renewable Diesel, Hydrogen, High protein animal feed (DDGS), Ethylene and Ethylene Glycol technologies. Offering a less expensive and more energy efficient solution. These technologies are commercially proven, patented and having superior process know how.

Flexible Multi-Product Project

This project will produce several high-value products from a single renewable and sustainable feedstock, which include SAF, Hydrogen, Cellulosic Ethanol, advanced bio-fuels, renewable chemicals, high protein animal feed, food grade refined corn oil, industrial grade ethanol, advanced biofuels, and ethylene glycols.

Boost Jobs

Job and prosperity to local area, supporting farmers, and benefiting new job market. The development of this plant will help the economy by creating over 150 direct permanent jobs, with construction jobs approaching 2,000 at the peak of construction.

The Green Standard

Bio-Products will be created from proven green processes and use renewable solar/wind energy generation to minimize pollution (GHG) and helps the environment. Reducing Carbon Emissions by over 4 Millions Tons per year as compare to hydrocarbon route.

Bio-Refinery Benefits

Green Future

Using abundant renewable, carbon-neutral, feedstock to create downstream bio-products which are chemically identical to their petrochemical counterparts.

Ideal Sites Location

Site location in Sines, Portugal has all available utilities on-site in an existing petrochemical zone as well as excellent access to transportation via deep sea Port of Sines, national highways, and railway network.

Site location in the revival industrial zone port of Humber in eastern UK provides excellent infrastructure, access to rail, highways and most importantly the port.

Bio-Route vs. Petroleum-Route

To create the same chemical product, the bio-route is 1/10th the investment cost, requires less land, less construction time, and has a lower conversion cost than petro-route.

Cutting Edge

Hemi-cellulosic components in biomass will undergo cutting edge processing technology to be further converted into feedstock ethanol for downstream process.

Driving the Renewables Bio-Market

Renewables bring merketing value to consumer products. Studies confirm that customers wish to see more products from renewable sources.