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

Lallemand Ethanol Technology expands sales team

Milwaukee, Wis.-based fermentation ingredients supplier Lallemand Ethanol Technology recently announced that Carl Gandolfo and Craig Ammann will serve as eastern regional sales manager and western regional sales manager, respectively.READ MORE

DuPont Danisco adds four to management team

Cellulosic ethanol developer DuPont Danisco Cellulosic Ethanol LLC recently hired four new managers. Barbara Fatina was appointed the company's chief financial officer; Stuart Thomas was named director of technology development; Kyle Althoff has become director of feedstock development; and Keith Brazzell was named site manager at DuPont Danisco Cellulosic Ethanol's Vonore, Tenn., facility.READ MORE

Ag Processing to expand Washington port

Omaha, Neb.-based Ag Processing Inc. has optioned 13.5 acres adjacent to its Aberdeen, Wash., transloading station for the purpose of expansion. According to the company, the expansion would include on-site storage silos for grains and additional unloading capacity to service unit trains delivering products from the Midwest.READ MORE

Ethanol priorities: Blender's credit, mid-level blends

Renewing the Volumetric Ethanol Excise Tax Credit, more commonly known as the blender's credit, is a top priority for the ethanol industry in 2009, said Todd Sneller, administrator for the Nebraska Ethanol Board. During a webcast update Jan. 30, Sneller said the blender's credit is a critical cornerstone of ethanol production economics.READ MORE

Ethanol producers can emerge from bankruptcy

There are three ways out of Chapter 11 bankruptcy, according to Rob Carringer, managing partner for CRG Partners LLC, a New York-based firm that offers turnaround and crisis management, as well as financial restructuring services for a variety of industries, including the ethanol industry.READ MORE

Panda Ethanol subsidiary files for bankruptcy protection

Dallas-based Panda Ethanol Inc.'s Hereford Biofuels subsidiary filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Texas. Pending approval by the court, the company plans to sell its major asset, a 105 MMgy ethanol facility that is being constructed in Hereford, Texas.READ MORE

IRFA summit addresses biofuels policies, synergies

Approximately 600 people attended the third annual Iowa Renewable Fuels Summit on Jan. 27 in Des Moines, Iowa. The summit, hosted by the Iowa Renewable Fuels Association, included discussions about implementing low carbon fuel standards, meeting the renewable fuels standard and the synergies between biodiesel and ethanol production.READ MORE

ICM, Poet, Crescent Oil form NewGen Fuel

Leading ethanol plant designing and engineering firm ICM Inc., along with the country's largest ethanol producer Poet LLC and wholesale fuel distributor Crescent Oil Co., have created the joint venture, NewGen Fuel, which will install blender pumps at 1,000 retail gasoline stations across the country through affiliations with other oil industry energy leaders.READ MORE

RIN registry, trades, prices continue to grow

In the past year, the number of RINSTAR member companies has grown and more than 500,000 trades have been validated, according to Clayton McMartin, president of Clean Fuels Clearinghouse and the RINSTAR renewable identification number registry. On Jan. 27, McMartin was a guest on Bob Taylor's live webcast show.READ MORE

Vilsack: USDA can help further biofuel development

U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack wants the USDA to be a national leader in climate change mitigation efforts. This role will involve conservation, efficiency, new technologies, and expanded opportunities in biofuels and renewable energy, he said during a Jan. 26 news conference.READ MORE
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