NDSU EXTENSION SERVICE New Energy Economics: Initial impact of E15 will be modest
by Cole Gustafson, Biofuels Economist
For the past several years, the biofuel industry has been concerned with a blend wall that would arise if more ethanol was produced than could be sold as E10 (1... Posted on 10/29/10 at 1:58 PM
STAFF BLOG THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND Goehring urges corn producers to seek legal advice
BISMARCKAgriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring is urging corn producers to consult an attorney if they receive a letter from a New York law firm telling them they must repay money they received from c... Posted on 9/7/10 at 4:37 PM
The former Alchem ethanol plant in Grafton, N.D., is being dismantled, piece by piece, more than five years after it closed and about a year after a plan briefly surfaced about its possible reopening.
“They’re scrapping the building out,” Grafton City Administrator Nick Ziegelmann said Wednesday.
By Kevin Bonham, Forum News Service
, April 04, 2013
It's been just a couple of days since Archer Daniels Midland Co. announced that Walhalla's ADM Corn Ethanol Plant would close in April, but workers and contractors already are pondering an uncertain future.
These days it seems there are few issues that members of Congress can agree upon. But, if there is one thing that Democrats and Republicans must come together on, it is a strategy to create jobs to get this country back on track.
Local corn producers may be delivering their crop directly to a corn ethanol plant as soon as the 2013 harvest.
Great River Energy is in the planning stages for the Dakota Spirit AgEnergy plant. If financing can be finalized, the project could start construction in the spring of 2012 and be ready to start processing corn into fuel during the fall 2013 harvest.
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