June 2003

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A View form the Hill

By Bob Dinneen

The Way I See IT

By Mike Bryan


Strategic alliances seem to be prevailing in every facet of ethanol production and marketing. Who does it benefit? What might it threaten?

The once besieged ethanol project in Wisconsin overcame opposition, won over a community and stuck to the vision of its leaders. Today, the 20-mmgy plant has found a home - and a new identity - in the township of Utica.

Energy management firms often help ethanol producers control natural gas and electric costs by handling energy negotiations before site selection. Each ethanol plant has unique physical and financial energy needs that are typically managed on an ongoing - often permanent - basis. Is your project handling energy negotiations properly?

Sioux Falls, South Dakota, is offering an ideal venue for the 2003 Fuel Ethanol Workshop & Trade Show. Take a closer look at the state's dynamic ethanol production success.

A discussion with W. M. (Mike) Ingledew and Eleonora Bellissimi, University of Saskatchewan, Department of Applied Microbiology and Food Science.

Researchers find that simple metal devices, placed in the fill neck of an e-diesel vehicle tank, can effectively prevent ignition of the fuel caused by a spark or flame near the mouth of the fill neck. Is it enough for OEM approval?

The Cost of Bad Water

By Mike LoCascio U.S. Water Services/Utility Chemical

Norton has been promoting value-added agriculture and renewable fuels for nearly 25 years.

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