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August 2023

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By Ethanol Producer Magazine Staff

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The potential demand for ethanol plant CO2 is growing, and a DOE research consortium exploring e-fuels could broaden an already promising spectrum of transformation prospects.

Throughout the ethanol industry, multi-plant executive management is an approach that leads to unique opportunities for networking and growth for the plants involved. In recent years, multi-plant executive management has been on the rise. The boards of some ethanol plants are consolidating their resources by sharing a CEO between multiple plants—even those not owned by the same company—or hiring a CFO on a temporary basis. Ethanol Producer Magazine recently spoke with industry executives who manage two or more plants to shed light on why multi-plant executive management happens, as well as the benefits and challenges of this strategy.

Two decades after opening—helping the ethanol industry advance as it experienced 12-fold growth—the Southern Illinois research facility is not only proving why it's worth celebrating, but how it can impact the future of biorefining.

After revamping its process and management team, Blue Biofuels believes it is primed for big cellulosic ethanol achievements at commercial scale.

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