Tag: ADM

Missouri opens ADM Center for Agriculture Development

Missouri opens ADM Center for Agriculture Development

October 9, 2014 |

In Missouri, the grand opening of the Archer Daniels Midland (ADM) Center for Agricultural Development at the University of Missouri College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (CAFNR) was held on Thursday. The ADM Center for Agriculture Development will provide students with opportunities for experiential learning in the latest theories of biofuel development, food production and […]

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EPA approves CCS at ADM ethanol plant

EPA approves CCS at ADM ethanol plant

September 30, 2014 |

In Washington, the EPA has approved a CCS process at an ADM ethanol plant where drilling is expected to begin in November. The project will inject and store 1.1 million metric tons of carbon dioxide from the ethanol plant into the ground every year.  

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ADM seeking federal permission for CCS at Illinois ethanol plant

ADM seeking federal permission for CCS at Illinois ethanol plant

May 22, 2014 |

In Illinois, ADM is seeking federal permission to install a second carbon storage well at its ethanol plant in Decatur. The EPA is responsible for analyzing the permit to make sure that the captured CO2 that is then turned into a liquid when pressurized into the ground doesn’t get into the groundwater. A public hearing […]

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“But I won’t cry for yesterday”: The re-making of the US ethanol industry

“But I won’t cry for yesterday”: The re-making of the US ethanol industry

May 21, 2014 |

The migration from first-gen to next-gen biofuels is becoming less ‘Invisible’ — and the new landscape is not, by anyone’s estimation, an ‘Ordinary World’. If Aemetis’ latest earnings hadn’t rocked your world quite enough, here are 10 hot strategies being pursued right now to morph the old into new. If you remained glued to the television […]

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ADM pays $20,000 settlement for air quality violations at Nebraska ethanol plant

ADM pays $20,000 settlement for air quality violations at Nebraska ethanol plant

April 7, 2014 |

In Nebraska, ADM has to pay $20,000 for air quality violations at the company’s ethanol plant in Columbus. The plant surpassed various emissions levels several times in 2010. ADM settled with the state’s Dept. of Environmental Quality in local court last week.

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ADM invests $25M in Rennovia: the complete story

ADM invests $25M in Rennovia: the complete story

February 12, 2014 |

20% lower capital, 30% lower raw materials, 15% lower utilities, 30% lower manufacturing – vs petroleum. Plus a multi-billion dollar market, a big partner in ADM, and big ambitions in adipic, glucaric and gluconic acids.  What’s not to love about Rennovia? In Illinois, Archer Daniels Midland Company and Rennovia, Inc. announced today that ADM has […]

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Solazyme jumps 12% after Iowa projects come online

Solazyme jumps 12% after Iowa projects come online

February 3, 2014 |

In California, Solazyme jumped 12% after two commercial operations in Iowa came online last Friday. The plants, one owned by Archer Daniel Midland and the other by American Natural Products, will be producing tailored oils including lubricants and personal-care oils using Solazyme’s technology. The plants are expected to scale up to 20,000 metric tons within […]

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Industrial Biotech’s 2013 Santa Claus Rally: What happened?

Industrial Biotech’s 2013 Santa Claus Rally: What happened?

December 25, 2013 |

Santa Claus rallies typically occur between Christmas and New Year’s. But industrial biotech’s rally came early this year. Who is up, and why? The Digest investigates. If you’ve been following The Digest’s Equity Index in recent weeks, you’ll note that it has rallied just on 8 percent in the past two weeks, after hitting a […]

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ADM says ethanol margins good enough to boost production despite RFS

ADM says ethanol margins good enough to boost production despite RFS

November 14, 2013 |

In Illinois, ADM’s CEO says that domestic ethanol production could reach 14 billion gallons thanks to good margins, regardless of the fate of the RFS. Thanks to growing corn inventories, ethanol margins are at their highest since 2009. She said that cheaper corn and ethanol prices will also likely show fuel retailers that financial viability […]

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“ADM warns against cut in biofuels mandate.”

“ADM warns against cut in biofuels mandate.”

October 29, 2013 |

Today on Twitter: anujasaw Green Chemistry Community at Google+ SugarcaneBlog ADM warns against cut in biofuels mandate – Financial Times lizasteinhoff The Biodiesel Tide Is Going Out: Neste Oil Is Swimming Naked, 75% Downside

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