Billion-dollar bioethanol plant proposed for S.E. Calgary
Calgary Herald: 'Calgary-based Green Impact Partners is working on a $1-billion project that could reshape the future of Alberta energy.
'The company is proposing a first-of-its-kind Future Energy Park that will use low-grade wheat to produce renewable natural gas for the local gas distribution network, ethanol for fuel and high-grade feed for livestock. The facility will also have carbon capture capabilities.
'The project, which has been in the works for several years, is designed to be carbon negative throughout its entire production cycle, including the production of wheat.'