Tag: Highwater Ethanol

Highwater Ethanol seeking permission to expand production to 70.2 MGY

Highwater Ethanol seeking permission to expand production to 70.2 MGY

April 2, 2018 |

In Minnesota, Highwater Ethanol is seeking environmental and pollution permission to expand production to 70.2 million gallons from the current 59.5 million gallons, requiring an extra 2 million bushels of corn annually sourced from within an 25-mile radius. Permission from the Environmental Protection Agency and the state’s pollution control agency are expected by summer or […]

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Butamax to retrofit Highwater Ethanol for corn oil recovery; isobutanol next?

Butamax to retrofit Highwater Ethanol for corn oil recovery; isobutanol next?

October 2, 2013 |

In Delaware, Butamax and Highwater Ethanol have begun to retrofit Highwater’s ethanol plant in Lamberton, Minnesota with installation of corn oil separation technology. Highwater Ethanol CEO Brian Kletscher stated, “We investigated other options for corn oil recovery, but we had the advantage of seeing the Butamax system first-hand and we were impressed with what we saw. Not […]

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Highwater Ethanol is first in Butamax Early Adopters Group, seeks biobutanol options

Highwater Ethanol is first in Butamax Early Adopters Group, seeks biobutanol options

December 5, 2011 |

In Minnesota, Butamax Advanced Biofuels announces that Highwater Ethanol, will be its first entrant to the Butamax Early Adopters Group. The ICM-designed facility was constructed by Fagen with a nameplate capacity of 50 mgpy. Butamax’s business model is to offer current ethanol producers proprietary biobutanol technology to permit improved biofuels growth and plant profitability. Last November […]

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