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Abengoa Bioenergy, one of the world's leading producers of biofuels, says that, due to soaring demand for ethanol, it expects to sell 3 billion liters (approximately 793 million gallons) of biofuel in 2011. For Abengoa, that means that nearly all of its biofuel production capacity will have to be used.

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Abengoa Bioenergía has just opened a cellulosic ethanol plant in York, Nebraska. The source material for this plant is "lignocellulose biomass" (we usually call it "wood"). The company has invested more than $35 million in the plant, which will focus on obtaining an efficient process, and the project is supported by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE).

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