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Russian Forum for Industrial Biotechnology & the Biobased Economy "Graintek-2016"

VIII Russian Forum for Industrial Biotechnology & the Biobased Economy "Graintek-2016" will be held on November 9-10, 2016 in the Azimut Olympic Hotel in Moscow, Russia.

Technical Workshop "GrainExpert" for technical specialists of grain processing & fermentation plants will be held on November 11, 2016.

Grain processing (wet mill) industrial site visit will be organized on November 8, 2016 (tbd).

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Ukraine aiming to double grain output

11.10.2016 12:14:28

Although some analysts say its goals are too bold, the Ukrainian government is standing by its claim that the country is going to nearly double its grain production by 2020. Agricultural Minister Alexei Pavlenko recently forecast that Ukraine expects to increase grain output to 100 million tonnes by 2020, up from 60.2 million tonnes in 2015, with exports rising to 70 million tonnes from 31.6 million tonnes during that period.

BioAmber Sarnia achieves operational milestone

11.10.2016 12:13:41

BioAmber Inc. recently announced that its joint venture with Mitsui & Co. has achieved the final operational milestone set out in a CAD$20 million commercial loan that the joint venture drew down in 2015. BioAmber Sarnia demonstrated performance levels validating commercial operation, as defined in its loan agreement with Comerica Bank, Export Development Canada and Farm Credit Canada.

BioAmber Sarnia achieves operational milestone

11.10.2016 12:13:41

BioAmber Inc. recently announced that its joint venture with Mitsui & Co. has achieved the final operational milestone set out in a CAD$20 million commercial loan that the joint venture drew down in 2015. BioAmber Sarnia demonstrated performance levels validating commercial operation, as defined in its loan agreement with Comerica Bank, Export Development Canada and Farm Credit Canada.

Russian grain crop exceeds expectations

06.10.2016 19:13:51

At the beginning of 2016, new Russian crop prospects looked promising but the reality exceeded expectations. Despite the bumper crop, the country is exporting grain at a slow pace.

Russian poultry processor to produce L-threonine

27.09.2016 12:06:16

Russian poultry processer, Prioskolie, is to invest RUB 4.9 billion (US$64 million) into commissioning a line for the production of feed L-threonine, targeting a capacity of at least 12,000 tonnes.
Prioskolie already runs a large project for the production of feed lysine with a capacity of 57,000 tonnes per year. The line for L-threonine production will be launched at the same plant in Belgorod Oblast.

Joint Russian-German grain refining plant to be put into operation in 2017

27.09.2016 12:04:13

In the 3rd and 4th quarter of 2017, the largest plant for advanced grain refining to the value of 15 bln roubles will be put into operation in the Rostov region of Russia.
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