Three Rivers Energy to put Ohio ethanol plant back on stream - report
Oct 9, 2013 - The Coshocton ethanol plant in Ohio that was shut down nearly 5 years ago will next week resume its work, Reuters said Tuesday citing the president of Three Rivers Energy -- the plant's owner.
Jim Galvin explained, as cited by the news agency, that the output of the plant will be as many as 50 million gallons (189 million liters) of ethanol per year.
The company acquired the ethanol facility for USD 27 million (EUR 20m) back in 2012 but it did not put it into operation until US corn crop output was record high this year, Three Rivers Energy’s president commented further.
Reuters also quoted Galvin as saying that corn delivery to the plant will commence from today with the grinding work starting in the beginning of next week.
The facility was initially commissioned in 2008 and was halted at the end of the same year.