July 2012

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Business Briefs

Bob Casper, who has led Poet Ethanol Products since 2000, directs marketing of ethanol and carbon dioxide for the company’s 27 biorefineries. His role has been expanded to overseeing Poet Risk Management and Poet Nutrition.

Business Briefs

By Ethanol Producer Magazine Staff


FEW: A True Industry Event

By Susanne Retka Schill

Mark Hanson

Financing of Feedstock Supply

By Mark Hanson

Advanced BiofuelsBiogasPelletsPowerThermal


Whether ethanol producers need to worry about toxic levels in distillers grains depends upon Mother Nature

Minimum octane rating decisions could greatly impact ethanol's future market opportunities

Nebraska town grows enzymes and community

Cellulosic biofuels, the blendwall, E15 and future fuel economy standards become weapons in the grudge match between Big Oil and ethanol

Dropping Water Use

By Holly Jessen

Ethanol producers balance cost and conservation when reducing consumption

Along with its partners at Synergy Biogas LLC and GE Energy, CH4 Biogas recently commissioned the largest on-farm anaerobic digestion project in New York state.

Being first on the scene is beneficial in many markets, but advanced biofuels may not be one of them.

From spot purchases to multi-year deals, producers, buyers and brokers must know their way around supply agreements.

Securing the right power purchase agreement is essential to the success of a bioenergy project.


Different grades available for different applications

Industrial vacuums help prevent secondary explosions

Obstacles to scaling up production are surmountable

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