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HELM AG and Greenyug LLC  announced an off-take agreement for the purchase and sale of bio-based ethyl acetate produced at Greenyug’s planned ethyl acetate facility in Columbus, Nebraska. Greenyug has formed a subsidiary, Prairie Catalytic LLC, that will own and operate the production facility.

This agreement will make significant amounts of bio-based ethyl acetate available first time to the market. The Prairie Catalytic production facility will be located next to Archer Daniels Midland Company’s corn processing plant in Columbus, Nebraska. The ADM facility in Columbus will supply the project with bioethanol feedstock and other services. Construction of the facility is anticipated to start during 2017 with production set to begin about a year later. Greenyug and HELM are pleased to announce that HELM will take over exclusive responsibility for the worldwide sales and marketing of ethyl acetate from the Prairie Catalytic facility.

Axel Viering, executive director of the derivatives business unit at HELM, highlighted the relevance of the marketing contract with Prairie Catalytic and its parent Greenyug: “By entering into this marketing agreement we are further strengthening our global presence and expanding our existing competence in ethyl acetate distribution. As a major global distributor of chemicals, HELM looks forward to a long-term relationship with Greenyug and Prairie Catalytic.”

“The collaboration with HELM clearly fulfills our project needs of a major marketer, and we are impressed with HELM’s secure network in relevant markets worldwide. This off-take agreement provides us immediate access to ethyl acetate customers enabling Prairie Catalytic to generate revenue once the plant is operational,” stated Sagar Gadewar, Greenyug and Prairie Catalytic, CEO.

Greenyug developed its patented technology at its Santa Barbara, California, Research Facility and continued the scale-up at its fully integrated demonstration plant in India. Greenyug…

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