- Energy study, €65m investment next steps in Belarus ethanol project, 31 March 2008 company press release: "Greenfield Project Management today announced the start of a comprehensive energy system study for its proposed bioethanol plants at Mozyr and Bobruisk, to be carried out by the Swedish firm of consultants Scandinavian Energy Project AB" (SEP).
- Greenfield will invest €65 million or more in 2008 in Belarus after a study to be conducted by SEP, as well as an environmental impact assessment. The company states that it will abide by "criteria set out by Energy Charter (Europe) in respect of energy security and other matters."
- "Agreement gives green light to Belarus ethanol plant" from Biofuel Review, 19 December 2007 - an agreement between the government of Belarus and the Ireland-based company Greenfield Project Management has been signed and allows the implementation of an ethanol plant with a capacity of 500 million litres per year.
- Agreement assures feedstocks for 550m ethanol plant 18 December 2007, The government of Belarus signed an agreement with an Irish company to construct the plant, which will use grains and sugar beats as its feedstocks.
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