Spanish wind, solar and biofuel energy giant Abengoa owns shuttered ethanol plants in Colwich, as well as York and Ravenna, Neb., and three other U.S. locations.
Spanish wind, solar and biofuel energy giant Abengoa owns shuttered ethanol plants in Colwich, as well as York and Ravenna, Neb., and three other U.S. locations. File photo
Spanish wind, solar and biofuel energy giant Abengoa owns shuttered ethanol plants in Colwich, as well as York and Ravenna, Neb., and three other U.S. locations. File photo

Creditors get agreement to keep Abengoa from moving assets of ethanol plants

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