Carlyle and BP and the rest of the backers got the ENSUS plant up and running but in 2011 as BusinessGreen reported "Ensus plant on hiatus as biofuels bubble bursts".
Here's the latest, from Agrimoney:
Increasing possibility' of Ensus plant reopening
The boost to US ethanol prices from drought has prompted an "increasing possibility" of Europe's top bioethanol plant reopening, despite soaring costs of its feedstock, wheat, too, a leading analysis group said.The UK's Ensus wheat ethanol plant "could come back online" thanks to the improved economics for European Union manufacturers of the biofuel, thanks to the dent to competition from US exports rendered by changes in market pricing and import specifications, Czarnikow said.
The EU has now closed the loophole which allowed ethanol exporters to cut import duties by some two-thirds by mixing the biofuel with gasoline, so allowing it to be classed as a chemical product.