Corn consumption for fuel ethanol production in September was down slightly when compared to the previous month, but up significantly when compared to the same month of 2022, according data released by the USDA in November.
A high-profile, multi-participant project in Brazil is poised to demonstrate ethanol-to-hydrogen technology.
The U.S. exported 120.49 million gallons of ethanol and 1.03 million metric tons of distillers grains in September, according to data released by the USDA Foreign Agricultural Service on Nov. 7. Exports of both products were up.
Green Plains Inc. released Q3 financial results on Oct. 31, reporting significantly improved earnings and expanding high-protein sales. The company also expressed confidence in its CCS projects and confirmed the sale of its Atkinson facility.
One Earth Sequestration LLC on Oct. 18 filed an application with the ICC seeking an Certifiate of Authority to Construct and Operate a 7.34 mile pipeline to transport and sequester CO2 produced at One Earth Energy LLC.
Corn use for fuel ethanol production in August was down when compared to the previous month, but up when compared to August 2022, according to the October edition of the USDA NASS's Grain Crushings and Co-Products Production Report.
The latest issue of Ethanol Producer Magazine tackles thermal energy storage, the rise of all-renewable E85, ACE’s annual conference, the return of a familiar face, and a wild new use for distillers grains.
An affiliate of Navigator CO2 Ventures LLC on Oct. 10 filed a motion with the Illinois Commerce Commission requesting to voluntary withdraw a permit application to build nearly 300 miles of CO2 pipeline within the state.
Nexus PMG and Chapul Farms have paired up to make insect-based protein. They plan to feed distillers grains to bug larvae, which, in turn, will become livestock feed.
By U.S. Grains Council
September 28, 2023
The U.S. Grains Council’s Latin America (LTA) Regional Ethanol Consultants Freddy Villao and Juan Sebastian Diaz traveled to El Salvador in September to discuss terms of an MOU to assess an ethanol blending program in the country.
Corn use for fuel ethanol production in July was up when compared to both the previous month and the prior year, according to the September edition of the USDA National Agricultural Service’s Grain Crushings and Co-Products Production Report.
By CropEnergies AG
September 25, 2023
GETEC Group will build a plant for climate-neutral energy supply and the supply of steam and compressed air on the site of the Zeitz Chemical and Industrial Park in Elsteraue for a subsidiary of CropEnergies AG.
By U.S. Grains Council
September 22, 2023
A group of some of the largest shrimp producers in Ecuador recently attended the Distillers Grains Technology Council's Distillers Symposium in Iowa with the USGC. The event provided an overview of the U.S. distillers’ industry.
European renewable ethanol association (ePURE) members produced produced 5.9 million metric tons of food and feed coproducts and 4.5 million metric tons of ethanol in 2022, according to an audit released Sept. 6.
USGC’s Southeast Asia and Oceania office recently held a Philippine DDGS Opportunity Tour, in which experts from around the world discussed ways to optimize Philippine animal feed rations, including DDGS.
Sugar Valley Energy, a subsidiary of California Ethanol & Power LLC, and STARS Technology Corp. are collaborating to delploy hydrogen production technology at SVE’s planned, fully permitted biorefinery in California.
Fluid Quip Technologies has announced that its patented Distillers Corn Oil (DCO) Technology is achieving record distillers corn oil yields for Ace Ethanol in Stanley, Wisconsin, with increases of over 20 percent above historical rates.
Braskem and SCG Chemicals are forming a joint venture that aims to produce bio-ethylene from bio-ethanol dehydration and to commercialize I’m green biobased polyethylene (PE), using the EtE EverGreen technology.
By U.S. Grains Council
August 18, 2023
In late July, the U.S. Grains Council’s Mexico office sponsored a pet food seminar where industry representatives in the country learned more about the use of sorghum and DDGS as ingredients for pet food.
Fluid Quip Technologies announced on Aug. 9 that it will provide the world’s first wheat-based Maximized Stillage Co-products (MSC) system, to Ensus U.K. Limited’s ethanol facility in Teesside, a subsidiary of CropEnergies AG.
Aemetis Inc. has close its second $25 million, 20-year term loan guaranteed by the USDA for a total of $50 million of Aemetis Biogas project financing arranged by Greater Commercial Lending in the past nine months.
In June, Braskem concluded a 30 percent increase in the production capacity of its biobased ethylene plant, located in the Petrochemical Complex of Triunfo, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. The company’s biobased ethylene is made from sugarcane ethanol.
The USDA recently released its Grain Crushings and Co-Products Production Report for July, reporting that corn use for fuel ethanol production in May was down when compared to the same month of last year.
HYCO1 Inc. has entered into a carbon dioxide supply agreement with Kansas Ethanol for the planned construction of a biogenic carbon dioxide utilization facility that will initially proudce synthetic bas lubricating oils and low-carbon jet fuel.
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.
Green Plains Inc. has announced a technology collaboration with Equilon Enterprises LLC (Shell) under which Fluid Quip Technologies’ precision separation and processing technology (MSC) can be used with Shell Fiber Conversion Technology.
The U.S. exported 113.19 million gallons of ethanol and 958,386 metric tons of distillers grains in May, according to data released by the USDA FAS on July 6. Ethanol exports were down, while distillers grains exports were up.
Summit Carbon Solutions has reached a major milestone in voluntary easements, signing 70 percent of the route in South Dakota and project wide, while continuing to partner with more landowners every day.
By U.S. Grains Council
June 28, 2023
The U.S. Grains Council's Southeast Asia and Oceania office is working to increase the market penetration of coarse grains and co-products, such as DDGS, in the growing shrimp and talapia feed segments.
Aemetis Inc. has announced that its Aemetis Biogas subsidiary is operating the Central Dairy Project production facilities 24 hours per day, seven days per week, and exceeded the RNG production plan by approximately 20 percent during Q2 2023.