INA announces €40m biomethane plant in Sisak, Croatia

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Croatian oil and gas company INA has announced plans to invest €40 million into a biomethane plant utilising agricultural waste, in its intention to transform central Croatia's Sisak industrial zone into a renewable energy hub.
INA plans to self-finance the majority of the project, but also seeks co-financing from the EU's Recovery and Resilience Facility.
In a written statement to SeeNews, INA said it is in the process of selecting contractors to design and construct the facility, as well as obtaining internal approvals.
Agreements have been signed with potential suppliers, as a sufficient quantity of agricultural waste materials for the facility has been identified.
Commercial contracts will be offered to the material suppliers when final approvals for the site are granted.
It expects the facility to take between two and three years to build.



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