ENEnergy was established in 2006 as a direct result of a project established in 2005 to find viable renewable energy solutions. The scope of the project was to look at all renewable energy solutions to identify the best ones. All types of renewables were evaluated: solar, wind, waves, Fischer Tropch and many more.

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Energy

Key Facts

EN has access to land in Australia today that can produce over 10 million barrels per day of natural gasoline. That is over 10% world total oil demand.

Our Projects

The ENEnergy team has done a global search for the best locations and biomass to roll out large scale projects based on the ENEnergy technology.

We believe that there are many locations around the world that would be suitable for large scale bioenergy projects. We have already identified interesting opportunities in Asia, Africa and Latin America.

However as a starting point we believe that Northern Australia displays the best combination of growing conditions (i.e. solar resource, water availability, soil temperature etc.), political stability, access to global markets and availability of vast areas of land that does not compete with food-related agriculture.

Our analysis indicates that there are potentially millions of hectares of available land in Northern Australia that could be used for the growing of high-density biomass crops.

Pilbara Project

We are currently planning our first project to be located in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. The region has a great growing climate, vast areas of affordable land and access to a massive subterranean reservoir of low quality water. The area is also close to port facilities from which we can export to the world.

Our first project is planned as a 10,000 ha plantation for Sorghum and/or Arundo Donax that will produce approximately 1,000,000 dry tonnes of biomass per year. This will give approximately 400 mill. litres of ethanol plus 100,000 tonnes of lignin per year.

The project has undergone an initial feasibility study and we are now in the process of attempting to raise funding to complete a detailed feasibility study and full pre-engineering plan.




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