Granite Falls, Minnesota-based Fagen has reportedly constructed roughly 60 pct of the US's ethanol production capacity, as well as multiple biodiesel, wind and power projects, according to the release. (Source: Epitome Energy, PR, 18 Aug., 2021) Contact: Epitome Energy, 612-325-1330, www.epitomeenergy.com; Fagen, Evan Fagen, www.fageninc.com
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Casselton, North Dakota-based Tharaldson Ethanol is the first turnkey partner, with permitting already underway and construction scheduled to begin this year for completion in 2022. Green Plains and Tharaldson have formed a 50/50 joint venture to own and operate the MSC protein technology at the 175 million gpy facility. Ultra-High Protein production is expected to be 105,000 tpy.
Green Plains is in discussions with multiple parties and has the capacity to scale to other select partners. Fagen, Inc. is expected to serve as the exclusive general contractor for this joint venture and all future turnkey projects, according to the release. (Source: Green Plains, PR 9 Aug., 2021)
Contact: Green Plains, Phil Boggs, VP Investor Relations, 402.884.8700, email@example.com, www.grreinc.com; Tharaldson Ethanol, www.tharaldsonethanol.com
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Upon completion, Green Plains' anticipated Ultra-High Protein production capacity will be approximately 600,000 tpy with protein concentrations of 50 pct or greater. Renewable corn oil capacity is also expected to increase by 50 pct as a result of the MSC™ technology.
(Source: Green Plains Inc., Website PR, 17 June, 2021) Contact: Green Plains Inc., Phil Boggs, VP Investor Relations, | 402.884.8700, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.gpreinc.com;
Fagen, Evan Fagen, www.fageninc.com; Fluid Quip Technologies, www.fluidquiptechnologies.com
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The Husker Ag facility was originally built by Fagen Inc. and designed by ICM of Colwich, KS. Husker Ag expanded its operations in the fall of 2007 and as of 2017 utilizes more than 26 million bpy of corn to produce about 76 million gpy of denatured ethanol and about 450,000 tpy of modified wet distillers' grain (DDG) for cattle feed.
(Source: Renewable Fuels Association, Husker Ag, 3 June, 2019) Contact: Renewable Fuels Association, Geoff Cooper, (202) 289-3835, www.ethanolrfa.org;
Husker Ag, Seth Harder, Gen. Mgr., (402) 582-4446, www.huskerag.com
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When fully operational, the plant is expected to
use about 29 million bpy of corn to produce 80 million gpy of ethanol, as well as 240,000 tpy of distillers grain(DDGs).
(Source: Ringneck Energy, Capital Journal, 19 Dec., 2018)Contact: Ringneck Energy LLC, Walt Wendland, Pres., CEO, (605) 258-2900, email@example.com, www.ringneckenergy.com; Fagen Inc., (320) 564-3324, www.fageninc.com
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