Synata Bio Finalizes Hugoton Abengoa Purchase

Monday, April 17, 2017

Wednesday, December 7, several members of the community gathered for an introduction to the buyers of the former Abengoa plant west of Hugoton. Karl Hoffman, Bill Horoszko and Martin Westerhuis with Synata Bio were on hand to announce their purchase of Abengoa’s last remaining asset in the United States. Synata Bio’s $48.5 million bid beat out Shell Oil’s bid of $40.75 million in the auction November 29. The sale was finalized Thursday, December 8.

The group gathering for the meeting included Stevens County Economic Development Director Neal Gillespie, Commissioners Pat Hall and Joe D. Thompson, Commissioner – Elect Tron Stegman, City Councilman Shannon Crawford, City Inspector Joshua Grubbs, City Clerk Tom Hicks, Outside Utilities Supervisor Paul Nordyke, Emergency Services Director Rodney Kelling, Keri Morris, Chamber Director and EcoDevo Secretary Alisha Owens, EcoDevo President Curtis Crawford, EcoDevo members – USD 210 Superintendent Adrian Howie, Extension Agent Joshua Morris, Judy Parsons,?Doug Martin, Ray Hoggatt and Jan Leonard and Hugoton Hermes reporter Marie Austin.

The group gathering for the meeting included Stevens County Economic Development Director Neal Gillespie, Commissioners Pat Hall and Joe D. Thompson, Commissioner – Elect Tron Stegman, City Councilman Shannon Crawford, City Inspector Joshua Grubbs, City Clerk Tom Hicks, Outside Utilities Supervisor Paul Nordyke, Emergency Services Director Rodney Kelling, Keri Morris, Chamber Director and EcoDevo Secretary Alisha Owens, EcoDevo President Curtis Crawford, EcoDevo members – USD 210 Superintendent Adrian Howie, Extension Agent Joshua Morris, Judy Parsons,?Doug Martin, Ray Hoggatt and Jan Leonard and Hugoton Hermes reporter Marie Austin.

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