Inside June 2019

Features

Pathways Await Priority

BY Susanne Retka Schill FROM THE JUNE ISSUE: The U.S. EPA hasn't issued a new pathway approval in over a year, but technology providers for corn kernel fiber-to-cellulosic ethanol remain optimistic. READ MORE

All For One

BY Lisa GibsonFROM THE JUNE ISSUE: The American Coalition for Ethanol’s annual Washington, D.C., fly-in attracts participants from all sectors affected by ethanol to spend an afternoon lobbying for the industry. READ MORE

Industry Accolades

BY Lisa GibsonFROM THE JUNE ISSUE: In their second year, the Ethanol Producer Awards honor worthy people, projects and partnerships. READ MORE

‘A Personal Business’

BY Matt Thompson FROM THE JUNE ISSUE: Two ethanol company executives discuss their career changes, lessons they’ve learned and their impressions of our industry. READ MORE

Running on Refuse

BY Matt ThompsonFROM THE JUNE ISSUE: Enerkem is producing methanol and ethanol at its Edmonton, Alberta, plant, which has the potential to divert up to 24 percent of the city’s landfill waste. The company has partners for another project in the Netherlands READ MORE

Feedstock Flexibility

BY Matt Thompson FROM THE JUNE ISSUE: Beyond Enerkem, a few companies around the world are looking to feedstocks outside of corn to produce cellulosic ethanol. READ MORE

Contributions

Opportunities in High-Protein Feed

BY Mallorie F. Wilken FROM THE JUNE ISSUE: The market is growing and ethanol can play an important role, providing diversified revenue streams. READ MORE

The Case for a Credit

BY Steffen Mueller and Sam Rushing FROM THE JUNE ISSUE: Ethanol plants contribute up to 40 percent of merchant carbon dioxide, reducing emissions from fermentation while providing a crucial product. READ MORE

Columns

Ethanol: Let’s Ride the Wave

BY Dave VanderGriend

Business Briefs

Business Briefs

BY Ethanol Producer Magazine