Zimbabwean Govt Approves Green Fuel Takeover

The government has approved a motion to assume control of Green Energy, gaining a 51 percent controlling stake of the company.

Zimbabweans fill up with petrol at the Botswana border.

  • Zimbabwe:  We Conducted Environmental Impact Assessment - Green Fuel

    The Herald, 4 June 2012

    THE ethanol project by Green Fuel in Chisumbanje was established after an environmental impact assessment was conducted in line with the legislative requirements. Green Fuel ... read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  Disturbing Discord Over Essar, Green Fuel Deals

    Zimbabwe Standard, 2 June 2012

    There are currently two major investment deals that the government of Zimbabwe is, surprisingly, unsure about how to proceed with, even after initially approving of them. read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  Mutambara, Mangoma Clash Over Green Fuel

    Financial Gazette, 24 May 2012

    DEPUTY Prime Minister Arthur Mutambara and Energy and Power Development Minister Elton Mangoma have clashed over the issue of Green Fuel, with the latter taking a hard-line stance ... read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  Nation Urged to Leverage On Blended Fuel Project

    The Herald, 31 May 2012

    ZIMBABWE should take advantage of its blended fuel project in view of concerns of growing geo-political risks that could affect international fuel supplies. Economist Mr James Wadi ... read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  Green Fuel Rapped

    The Herald, 31 May 2012

    THE ethanol project by Green Fuel in Chisumbanje was established without an Environmental Impact Assessment, exposing families living in the area to acidic water released from the ... read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  Motor Industry Backs Green Fuel Project

    The Herald, 21 May 2012

    THE Motor Industry Association of Zimbabwe has added its voice to growing calls for the re-introduction of ethanol blending. read more »