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

Poet cellulosic ethanol achieves negative GHG

Ethanol produced by Project LIBERTY, POET's first planned commercial cellulosic ethanol plant, will reduce carbon emissions by 111 percent over gasoline, an independent lifecycle analysis shows. This means POET's cellulosic ethanol actually has negative emissions; it will offset more greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions than it produces.READ MORE

FEW: Broin, Brodl receive awards in St. Louis

Two industry leaders were recognized at the 2010 International Fuel Ethanol Workshop and Expo in St. Louis on June 15. Jeff Broin, CEO of Poet, was presented with the High Octane Award for his pioneering vision, leadership and unstoppable pursuit of industry growth and Gunter Brodl, president of Vogelbusch USA Inc., received the Award of Excellence for his trailblazer leadership and engineering distinction in the global ethanol industry.READ MORE

FEW: The most important issue in the industry

The management and business track of the 2010 International Fuel Ethanol Workshop & Expo (FEW) spanned two days, featured six panels and dissected the most important issue facing the ethanol industry today.READ MORE

FEW: Speakers zero in on reducing water use

Cutting back on water consumption or going to zero liquid discharge at an ethanol plant doesn't exactly translate into increased income. However, as several speakers pointed out June 16 at the 2010 International Fuel Ethanol Workshop and Expo (FEW), the yield in positive public opinion just might make it very worthwhile. "We've all heard the negative propaganda about ethanol," said Trevor Cassel, vice president and director of operations for Biodynamics Inc. "Just do a Google search and you'll find headline after headline."READ MORE

FEW: Opening ceremonies show current/future optimism

Steamy St. Louis air wasn't enough to keep over 2,000 people made up of ethanol producers, exhibitors and sponsors from attending the largest ethanol event of the year, the 2010 International Fuel Ethanol Workshop & Expo (FEW). Both industry leaders and young start-ups stood amidst the flashing bulbs of the media, as Mike Bryan, co-founder of BBI International, and Tom Buis, CEO of Growth Energy, joined others to cut the official ribbon, opening the doors to the FEW Expo at America's Center. Bryan reminded the crowd of the conference's longevity and success, pointing out the FEW is in year 26.READ MORE

FEW: Opening session covers policy, corn ethanol's carbon score, symbiosis

Policy, corn's carbon score and symbiosis were the topics of the morning session at the 26th annual International Fuel Ethanol Workshop & Expo Tuesday morning, June 15, in St. Louis. The Gulf oil spill led the remarks of the event's first two speakers. "After all the saber rattling and desk pounding happening over this oil spill is over, we will recover," said Mike Bryan, chairman of BBI International in his welcoming remarks. "What's most important is to learn from this event. We will need oil for many decades. We need to maximize our domestic oil production and maximize our alternative energy production, from all sources."READ MORE

U.S. EPA delays E15 decision yet again

At a time when most people were hoping the U.S. EPA would announce a decision on the E15 waiver, the agency instead delayed it until fall. It's a big disappointment to many in the industry, who have waited through multiple delays.READ MORE
Subscribe     Unsubscribe

308 Second Ave. N., Suite 304 | Grand Forks, ND 58203 | www.ethanolproducer.com | 701-746-8385

© BBI International 2010