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Plant Location Snapshot

Project Details

Production Capacity 

Planned Capacity: 2 x 110 KLPD (of 66 million Liter/Year of Fuel Grade Ethanol) in two phases.

The project is planned in two parallel lines to maintain min shut down time required for one plant which is 30 days/yr. Thus, phasing plant shut down with two-line configuration the effective shout down will be only 15 days; and production available will be additional 3 million Lt/Yr


The main raw material in the production of ethanol - Maize is produced in the Banswara region in plenty. Banswara Agro climatic zone is the MAIZE bowl of India. It is the only region where 3 crops of maize are grown per year. Consumption of 158400 MT of  maize per year by the plant will also assure additional revenue to farmers.

​The plant is located at Village Davda, Tehsil Ghatol, Banswara, Rajasthan.

Accessibility to OMC Depots in Rajasthan

Raw Material Availability

Availability of Water and Power

Connectivity of Road

Project Investment

The total project cost is estimated to be approximately USD 35 Million for the implementation of Phase 1 and Phase 2. 

Advantages at Project Site

Competitive Advantage

  • India is targeting at 25% blending of ethanol in vehicle fuel by 2025. And, for Rajasthan 54 crore liters per year requirement is allocated. Current production of fuel grade ethanol in Rajasthan in NIL.

  • As of now, only 6 plants of varying capacity have signed MOUs with the Rajasthan State Government (all under 100 KLPD capacity)

  • Initial plants set up will have easy access to signing of ten years buy back contract with the Oil Marketing Companies (Indian Oil, Bharat Petroleum and Hindustan Petroleum)

  • Our proposed 10% open market sale is in fact import substitution of pharma grade and perfumery grade ethanol. This aspect is considered ONLY by our project management team. Such value added products fetch higher margins.

  • Conversion of C02 to Urea is also envisaged in our plant and it is a innovative Green House Gas (GHG) reduction initiative proposed for the first time in India.


The project will be implemented in 3 Phases

Phase 1:  110 KLPD Line + 10 TPD CO2 to Urea Conversion Pilot Plant

Phase 2:  110 KLPD Line + 90 TPD CO2 to Urea Conversion Plant

Phase 3:  Innovative Planning of Ethanol Pipeline upto OMC Depot

Converting Carbon to Urea - A Technological Wonder

The CO2 produced by our distillery would be approx 90 tonnes per day. This CO2 will be converted to Urea - a high demand fertilizer in India. Our plant will have capacity of producing 115 tonnes of Urea per day (approx 38000 tonnes per annum) and this will create huge example of green house gas reduction leading to positive impact on climate change.

Conversion of CO2 to fertilizer (urea) is a high demand technology commercially proven in the world. Such carbon sequestration projects invite attention of large climate change funds and the same will be available to our company in the form of financial support. The 90 tonnes per day C02 conversion project will invite climate change fund support of over INR 800 crores in project lifecycle from agencies such as Global Environmental Facility (GEF).

Eco Friendly Project

The agro waste (primary fuel) based boilers of 2 x 25 TPH high pressure steam output followed by captive power plant of 2 x 3MW capacity will fulfil the steam and electrical energy requirement of Phase 1 and Phase 2 operations. Energy efficiency and thermal efficiency are built up in the design and will be implemented without compromise. Burning of agro waste as primary fuel in boiler will almost eliminate mineral carbon footprint. The success of CO2 to Urea project may also be extended to absorption of CO2 from boiler flue gases and using it as raw material stream for urea production. Thus the project planning and vision actually extends to Net Zero Carbon Emission.

Distillery being a water intensive industry the availability of ground water has been prime consideration for selection of site. Accordingly, water availability in the Ghatol block of Banswara district is already assured and permission for abstraction of 1000 KLPD water is being obtained. The project will also ensure minimum 1.25x ground water recharge system (design capacity) implementation to create Net Zero ground water depletion. Additionally, the project will operate its Effluent Treatment System to achieve ZLD in compliance with regulatory guidelines. 


Blue Nature Bio Pvt Ltd prides itself on using complete indigenously available technology and technical expertise in the planning, construction and operation of the Grain Based Ethanol Distillery plant.


The proposed Distillery will be based on Fermentation Technology with ‘Wash to Ethanol MPR-MSDH Distillation’ technology with ZLD for production of anhydrous ethanol (bio-fuel) for use of blending in automobile fuel, confirming to Indian standard IS: 15464 (2004) for supply to OMCs. 
 The DDGS  & CO2 (by products) have large local demand and therefore, adding to profitability. This project would generate about 20000 MT of DDGS (Distillers Dried Grains with Solubles (DDGS), which can be sold as high protein containing animal feed per annum and 29700 tonnes CO2 per annum.

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