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

GlycosBio technology nears commercialization

Texas-based Glycos Biotechnologies Inc. is producing lactic acid and advanced ethanol in a pilot commercial-size facility with the capacity to produce 150,000 liters of chemicals. It's a major benchmark in the company's quest to commercialize its microbial technology.READ MORE

U.K.'s third wheat-based plant on way

Future Capital Partners (FCP), a green investment firm from the U.K., has acquired a site in Grimsby, Northeast England, to build a 44 MMgy ethanol plant.READ MORE

Poet promises big water savings

Poet plans to decrease water use in the production of ethanol by 22 percent over the next five years in the first goal of its sustainability initiative, Ingreenuity. If successful, it will cut the company's water used per gallon of ethanol from an average of 3 gallons to 2.33, an annual water savings of one billion gallons.READ MORE

China partners with waste-gas developer

LanzaTech, a New Zealand based developer of waste-to-power for ethanol production technology, has signed a letter of intent to provide the company's technology services to the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS).READ MORE

Idled Nebraska plant running again

After nearly a year as a mothballed facility, a 44 MMgy ethanol plant in Cambridge, Neb., is producing ethanol again. Nebraska Corn Processing LLC (NCP) first started grinding corn on March 9.READ MORE

Didion embarks on energy reduction project

A Wisconsin ethanol plant is using $5.5 million in DOE funding to clamp down on energy use. The $11 million project will add fermentation tanks, whole stillage tanks, evaporators and centrifuges for more efficient production of fuel, said Chad Carter, plant controller at the 50 MMgy Courtland, Wis, Didion Ethanol plant.READ MORE

New York terminal begins ethanol expansion

Another ethanol infrastructure project has started, this time in Albany, N.Y. Global Partners LP (GLP) and Canadian Pacific Railway Limited (CP) will partner on an expansion and refurbishment project, adding 180,000 barrels of ethanol storage capacity and rail access at GLP's petroleum products terminal in Albany.READ MORE

Study: VEETC expiration would hurt industry

A university research program said this week that U.S. fuel ethanol and biodiesel production would be cut by 10 percent if biofuels tax credits were to expire at the end of the year. In addition, the report said it would also cause ethanol imports to increase and corn prices to drop about 15 cents in the next nine years.READ MORE
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