Construction of Sarnia bio-succinic acid plant in Canada almost complete / Q3 commissioning on schedule
Commissioning of BioAmber’s (Plymouth, Minnesota / USA; 30,000 t/y bio-succinic acid plant in Sarnia, Ontario / Canada, is proceeding as planned, the company said, adding that now that construction is almost complete, it will focus on running initial fermentations and testing the purification equipment to confirm on-spec production. This process is expected to last about two months, and the plant is scheduled to begin commercial operations in Q3 (for most recent coverage, see of 10.03.2015).

Commenting on this milestone, COO Fabrice Orecchioni said, “As we accelerate our commissioning and start up efforts, we put behind us the risk and uncertainty related to the plant's construction costs and schedule, and our focus now turns to achieving commercial operation.”
06.07.2015 [231574-0]
Published on 06.07.2015
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