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Company Overview of Quifel Natural Resources, S.A.
Quifel Natural Resources, S.A. engages in green field operations in the renewable energy and agribusiness. Its projects include an integrated biodiesel plant that uses soapstocks and vegetable oils in Northern Brazil; oil seeds deployment in Mozambique; and development of palm tree plantations for producing vegetable oils. The company also focuses on micro-generation, including solar and geothermal cooling and heating, and photovoltaic systems in Iberia. Quifel Natural Resources is based in Lisbon, Portugal. It has operations in Latin America, Africa, and Southern Europe.
Av. Sidónio Pais, nº 10 – 4º Dt.
351 21 310 3520
351 21 310 3521
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