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A second-generation ethanol plant project of state-backed BPCL has been approved by the Environment Ministry of India. BPCL is investing Rs. 747.46 crores in the ethanol bio-refinery of 100 kilo litre per day capacity, to be set-up in Odisha. The project has come off when the Indian Government is targeting 5% petrol-ethanol blend by 2020. BPCL is planning to use Lignocelluloses biomass as a feedstock for the bio-refinery.