Poet promotes Moen, sends employees to speak at conferences

By | April 23, 2007
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The design/build division of Poet LLC, formerly Broin Companies, promoted Aaron Moen from project manager to the director of special projects. He is responsible for overseeing several construction projects, including the company's cellulose-to-ethanol project at Voyager Ethanol in Emmetsburg, Iowa. Moen joined Poet as project manager in 2006. He also has 10 years of experience in engineering consulting, construction management and project management.

Poet also recently sent employees to speak at various conferences. Executive Vice President of Corporate Development Mike Muston spoke about cellulosic ethanol at the 2007 World Biofuels Markets Congress and Exhibition in Brussels, Belgium, in March, while Executive Vice President of Corporate Operations Jeff Lautt participated in a panel discussion on biorefineries and byproducts. Also in March, Vice President of Research and Development Mark Stowers participated in a biofuels panel discussion at Energy 2.0, the MIT Energy Conference.