Edeniq was featured in the article “What’s Cooking with Cellulosic Ethanol” in latest issue of American Ethanol Magazine. “Cellulosic ethanol is here today and ethanol plants are already realizing its value. By having the ability to convert the corn kernel fiber already used in the ethanol production process, a plant can easily implement a strategy […]
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Edeniq, along with customer Mid America Agri Products/Wheatland, was featured in the Biofuels Journal article “Processing Pathway:” Mid America Agri Products/Wheatland, LLC (MAAP/W) in Madrid, NE has become the sixth ethanol plant to have the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) approve its use of Edeniq Inc.’s Pathway technology to produce cellulosic ethanol that qualify for […]
Edeniq’s President and CEO, Brian Thome, was featured in the January/February issue of Biofuels International. The editorial, “Maximizing the value of ethanol,” can be found here.
Jan. 22, 2018 Edeniq president and CEO Brian Thome was featured in the Ethanol Producer Magazine article “A Straighter, Shorter Pathway.” “Seven years after the U.S. EPA published the final rule for administering the Renewable Fuel Standard, the path to getting corn kernel fiber-to-ethanol approvals appears to be getting much shorter. Edeniq CEO Brian Thome reports it […]
Dec. 6, 2017 Edeniq president and CEO Brian Thome’s statement about the 2018 Renewable Fuel Standard Final Rule was featured in the Omaha World Herald Article “Ethanol produces see modest stock gain after EPA fuel mandate.” You can read the article here.
Omaha, Neb., Dec. 5, 2017 – Edeniq, Inc. announced today that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has approved Mid America Agri Products – Wheatland LLC’s (MAAPW) registration to produce cellulosic ethanol at its ethanol production facility in Madrid, Neb. using Edeniq’s Pathway technology. The 48 million gallon per year MAAPW facility began using Edeniq’s […]
Omaha, Neb., Nov. 30, 2017 – Brian Thome, president and chief executive officer of Edeniq, released the following statement today in response to the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) 2018 Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) final rule: “At Edeniq, we remain committed to working with our customers on keeping pace with their recent EPA approvals to use […]
Brian Thome, president and chief executive officer of Edeniq was recently interviewed by DTN. The article covers the history and current state of cellulosic ethanol production. Edeniq’s enzymatic technology will give existing ethanol plants the ability to increase cellulosic ethanol with no capital investment. The technology also allows corn-ethanol plants to verify the amount of cellulosic ethanol they […]