Inside March 2016

Features

Technology harnesses waste gases for power

BY Tom BryanWith a 2-MW Power Oxidizer built and being tested Ener-Core is determined to start changing the way companies like Pacific Ethanol handle low-value waste gases. This article appears in the March issue of EPM with the headline "Nothing wasted." READ MORE

Meeting the California low carbon challenge

BY Susanne Retka SchillEighty-nine ethanol producers west of the Mississippi River prepare for the revised LCFS. This article appears in the March issue of EPM. READ MORE

E25, E40 for the masses

BY Holly JessenWidely introducing consumers to 'super premium' ethanol blends could offer substantial benefits, but the barriers to making it happen are significant as well. This article appears in the March issue of EPM. READ MORE

Powering up with a let-down turbine

BY Susanne Retka SchillInstalling a turbine where steam pressures are being dropped generates power and reduces carbon intensity. This article appears in the March issue of EPM with the headline, "Powering up by letting down." READ MORE

Contributions

Energy center enhancements deliver more steam

BY Darrell Pedersen Six approaches provide range of solutions to squeeze out more power for production. This contribution appears in the March issue of EPM. READ MORE

Promising jet fuel market looms for upgraded bioethanol, butanol

BY Kapil Lokare Developers make progress towards renewable aviation fuels. This contribution appears in the March issue of EPM. READ MORE