20140811-Luchtfoto-via-PH-150x150 Dutch Glycerin Refinery B.V. established out of BioMCN

As from September 1st, 2014 Dutch Glycerin Refinery B.V. is operating as a separate company.  Dutch Glycerin focuses on refining and marketing high quality glycerin to the technical, personal care and detergent market segments. The business was established by a legal demerger from  Bio-methanol Chemie Nederland B.V. The refinery with a total refining capacity of 200.000 mt was built in 2009, and the increased demand

BioMCN_fabriek-5647 Maintenance shutdown successfully

Maintenance shutdown methanol plant successfully completed. The M1 methanol plant restarted production after a successful maintenance shutdown in November. The plant is currently producing methanol and bio-methanol at nameplate capacity.

The Netherlands – Jeroen Koot (51) will join the BioMCN Board of Directors as its new Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Jeroen Koot is the successor of Rob Voncken who announced his departure earlier this month. The appointment of Jeroen Koot as CEO, is effective immediately. Over the years Jeroen Koot has gained broad experience as CEO, having worked for various

NER Brussels grants a 199 million euros subsidy to Dutch biomass refinery initiative

Delfzijl, The Netherlands, 18 December 2012 – Today, a consortium consisting of BioMCN, Siemens, Linde, and Visser & Smit Hanab[1], received 199 million euros in NER300[2] grants. With these funds, a large-scale biomass refinery will be constructed. This initiative, also known as the Woodspirit project, will make a significant contribution to the availability of sustainable and advanced biofuels, and to