Former Munster rugby stars Federico Pucciariello, Alan Quinlan and Denis Leamy planned to use $525 million on jet biofuels that could take the company’s sales to $1 billion

An Argentina-based company, backed by a number of Munster ex-rugby players and managed by one of the team’s former props, is planning to build a $525 million (€524.5 million) biofuel plant in Uruguay , which could boost the company’s sales to $1 billion a year.

Essential Energy Holding (EEH), a group of five companies that produce biofuels and a range of by-products, is run by Federico Pucciariello, who played for them for four years starting in 2005.

https://www.independent.ie/business/irish/former-munster-rugby-stars-federico-pucciariello-alan-quinlan-and-denis-leamy-planned-525m-jet-biofueplant-could-propel-companys-revenue-to-1bn-42138152.html Former Munster rugby stars Federico Pucciariello, Alan Quinlan and Denis Leamy planned to use $525 million on jet biofuels that could take the company’s sales to $1 billion

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