Inside February 2004

Features

WINBCO Delivers Proven Experience, Ability

BY Tom BryanHeadquartered in Ottumwa, Iowa, the company has been building tanks for the ethanol industry since the late 1970s. From ADM to Verasun Energy, Winbco Tank Company has proven itself as a leading single source provider of shop-built and field-erected tanks, columns and pressure vessels. READ MORE

BEHIND the SCENES

BY Jessica WilliamsRoger Conway's Office of Energy Policy and New Uses is involved in almost all government policies regarding renewable energy and agriculture. READ MORE

An Update on Accidental Release Planning

BY Therese M. Benkowski and Todd A. PotasEthanol plants that store chemicals regulated by the EPA's Risk Management Program at threshold quantities are required to have a risk management plan and program in place. READ MORE

Delta-T enters China via Chemtex alliance

BY Roger MooreTechnology designer unveils plans to tap enormous new ethanol market READ MORE

Abengoa Bioenergy's 'High Plains' Success

BY Tom BryanAbengoa Bioenergy has established its global headquarters in Chesterfield, MO., invested millions in trailblazing new pilot plants and set its sights on opportunities to build new plants in the United States and abroad. READ MORE

Extended Shelf Life, Expanded Market

BY Kindra GordonThe new ZeniPRO brand preservative has helped a Wisconsin ethanol plant get more mileage out of its distillers wet grains. READ MORE

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A View form the Hill

BY Bob Dinneen