AMG Bioenergy Group

AMG Bioenergy Group

AMG Bioenergy Resources Group is a global player in the production of bioenergy resources which are clean, renewable and sustainable. AMG Bioenergy Resources Group intends to become the largest private producer of biodiesel in People’s Republic of China within the next 3 years.

Company details

3791, Jalan Bukit Merah, E-Centre , Redhill , 159471 Singapore

Locations Served

Business Type:
Technology
Industry Type:
Energy - Bioenergy
Market Focus:
Globally (various continents)

AMG Bioenergy Group is a global player in the production of bioenergy resources which are clean, renewable and sustainable. AMG Bioenergy Resources Group intends to become of the leading private producer of biodiesel in People’s Republic of China within the next 3 years.

Our initial phase will entail a 400 hectares nucleus  plantation in Guangdong Province, in China. It is intended that this 400 hectare Jatropha plantation to be nucleus plantation, providing Jatropha plantlets and trained personnel, to support future expansion of this nucleus plantation as well as development of larger commercial plantations around the region. This initial phase has potential for organic expansion, made possibility by the target sites’s scalability, excellent location and connectively. The plantation in Guangdong Province has the potential to be further expended to not less than 15,000 hectares.

The Group’s management expect to fund the above phases by tapping both the debt and equity capital markets for a mixture of long term project financing and shareholders funds over the next 3-5 years, thereby lowering the weighted average cost of capital and delivering the highest possible returns to shareholders over the next 3-8 years and beyond.

Vision

envisions a world where it is possible for us to consume the world’s resources while consciously protecting the environment and actively sustaining its limited resources

Mission

to be the largest private producer of biodiesel in People’s Republic of China and S.E. Asia.

Values

  • Environmentally-conscious and active
  • Ethical    
  • Excellence
  • Innovative

The concept of using vegetable oil as an engine fuel dates back to 1895 when Rudolf Diesel (1858-1913) developed the first engine to run on peanut oil, as he demonstrated at the World Exhibition in Paris in 1900. A visionary of our times, he proclaim that “The use of vegetable oils for engine fuels may seem insignificant today. But such oils may become in the course of time as important as the petroleum and coal tar products of the present time”.