"This work will be carried out by university students and scientists. We will organize the supply of raw materials and also provide financing. The goal is to combine local production and research. If the laboratory tests are successful, we plan to install stabilizer production equipment at the BioOperations. Why do you think we chose KBTU? Because this educational institution has a green school. Students there understand what bioethanol and biodiesel are," noted Yevgeny Pushchik, consultant of "BioOperations" LLP.

     When producing gasoline using bioethanol, one percent stabilizer must be added. Imported stabilizer costs $1,800 per ton today. If the company manufactures this component itself, the price tag will drop to $1,000/t. Thus, costs are reduced. The purpose of the research is to prove the effectiveness. Therefore, in order to launch a project on an industrial scale, laboratory research must first be carried out. Five people from KBTU were involved in the research. 

"If the ongoing research gives positive results, then we will build such a production facility on the basis of BioOperations. Moreover, the industrial premises of this enterprise allow to install such technologies. This collaboration is the integration of science and industry. There are plans to implement other promising joint projects in the future," said Alikhan Talgatbek, CEO of the KazFoodProducts group of companies.

     It should be noted that the Kazakhstan-British Technical University is a prestigious leader in the field of education in Kazakhstan. Its main mission is to train highly qualified specialists, conduct scientific researches and carry out scientific works in important areas of the economy.


"KazFoodProducts" conducts joint research with one of the most prestigious universities in Kazakhstan