Inside April 2003

Features

Ethanol Plant Construction in America How Long will the Boom Last?

BY Tom BryanEPM asked the world's leading ethanol plant builders and technology providers to evaluate U.S. ethanol plant construction. Our questions: Where will the next phase of building take place, how will new competition affect the industry, and how long will the boom last? READ MORE

Advent of the Giant Dry Mills

BY Tom BryanAre 100-mmgy ethanol plants becoming the industry's new standard? Perhaps, but it's still too early to tell, design-builders say. READ MORE

Fledgling Australian Industry Battles Misinformation

BY Tom BryanEthanol has been dragged through the mud in theAustralian press over the past twelve months. U.S.producers overcame the same odds. Will they prevail Down Under? READ MORE

Pectin-rich Biorefinery for Production of Ethanol and Specialty Chemicals

BY Joy Doran Peterson, PhDUniversity of Georgia researcher Dr. Joy Doran Peterson highlights her team's approach to converting biomass into ethanol using pectin-rich residues, such as those from processing of citrus, apples, and sugar beets. READ MORE

Finding a Niche of His Own

BY Tom BryanRandy Ives has led ICM's young marketing company to success, established himself as one of the top feed ingredient merchandisers in the nation, and found his life's work doing it. READ MORE

Distilled - Ethanol News & Trends

Delta-T Partners with $1 Billion Construction Contractor

TIC brings new level of capability to industry, signaling more change READ MORE

Mid-Missouri Energy Names Malta Bend Site

Group Sets Record Equity Drive and Extends Offering Period READ MORE

House Passes Bill with Five Billion Gallon per Year RFS

House approval means the 'stage has been set' for the energy bill to go to a joint House-Senate conference committee once the Senate passes its energy bill. READ MORE

Biobytes

Columns

The Way I See It

BY Mike Bryan

A View from the Hill

BY Bob Dinneen