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Argus Biofuels & Feedstocks 2016
October 18-20, 2016 - London UK


Pacific Ethanol sets goal to reopen facility

Pacific Ethanol Inc. is maneuvering to restart its 60 MMgy corn ethanol plant in Stockton, Calif., sometime this quarter.READ MORE

Potential buyer eyeing Gateway Ethanol

Gateway ethanol plant in Pratt, Kan., has attracted the attention of a potential buyer that has expressed interest in restarting the plant.READ MORE

Ohio plant receives tax break to restart

Owners of the former Greater Ohio Ethanol LLC plant in Lima, Ohio, were recently approved for a 40 percent, five-year tax credit in exchange for a commitment to operate the 54 MMgy plant continuously for eight years and to create 22 full-time jobs that will pay an average wage of $27.67 per hour.READ MORE

BlueFire CEO: We're in the homestretch

BlueFire Renewables Inc. has cemented two significant contracts in the past week that should guarantee the company's U.S. DOE loan guarantee approval for a planned 19 MMgy cellulosic ethanol facility in Fulton, Miss.READ MORE

GPRE to acquire Global Ethanol

Green Plains Renewable Energy Inc. announced Sept. 28 that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Global Ethanol LLC. Global owns two operating ethanol plants which are located in Lakota, Iowa, and Riga, Mich., and have a combined annual production capacity of approximately 157 MMgy.READ MORE

Zichal: White House supports VEETC extension

The extension of the Volumetric Ethanol Excise Tax Credit came up at the annual gathering of the Renewable Fuels Association, held Sept. 30. Heather Zichal, U.S. President Barack Obama's deputy assistant for energy and climate change policy, spoke to the group about the administration's commitment to clean that is to energy, and specifically, ethanol. "As you know, we support the extension of the ethanol tax credit and recognize how important the industry," she said.READ MORE

Report: Ethanol demand to outpace production

A recent analysis of global biofuels in the next decade predicts a shortage in ethanol supply beginning in 2015 due to increased demand for biofuels to meet regulatory requirements.READ MORE

VeraSun estate lets corn farmers off the hook

More than 1,000 corn producers have reason to celebrate. The money they received from now-bankrupt VeraSun Energy Corp. for corn is now safe.READ MORE
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