NNFCC, the leading international consultancy that advises on the conversion of biomass to bioenergy, biofuels and bio-based products, has rated Harvest Energy as one of Britain's top ten most progressive biofuels and biochemical companies.
Since 2003, NNFCC has functioned as the UK's National Centre for Bio-renewable Energy, Fuels and Materials. It provides authorative information and advice to DECC, DEFRA, BIS and DfT.
Harvest Energy CEO Janet Ashdown said "We are delighted to be recognised by NNFCC as one of Britain's leading biofuels companies. This reflects the progress the company is making in every area of our operations."
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The 'Hydrocarbon Hotel' in the Port of Amsterdam, the joint venture between the Blue Ocean Group and Dutch company North Sea Group BV, has marked its first six months of operation, having officially opened in January 2012.
The facility is the first company-owned terminal with a sea connection, with three berths enabling it to service large sea-going tankers. The facility provides for the export and blending of petrol and diesel, as well as petrol components and biofuels.