Tag: Redfield Energy

Redfield Energy to install ICM’s TS4 technology

Redfield Energy to install ICM’s TS4 technology

October 25, 2018 |

In Kansas, ICM Inc. has announced that it reached an agreement with Redfield Energy LLC to implement ICM’s patent-pending, proprietary Thin Stillage Solids Separation System (TS4) at Redfield’s plant in Redfield, South Dakota. The Redfield plant has been using ICM’s Selective Milling Technology and Fiber Separation Technology  systems, two value-added platforms that offer important operational benefits to ethanol […]

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Redfield Energy invests $10 million in ICM fiber separation technology upgrade

Redfield Energy invests $10 million in ICM fiber separation technology upgrade

November 24, 2015 |

In South Dakota, Redfield Energy has invested $10 million to install ICM’s patent-pending fiber separation technology that will extract extra fiber from corn and lead to 8% more ethanol production—about 1.2 million extra gallons per year—and 20% more corn oil production. The facility is the first commercial operation to install the new technology. The upgrade […]

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Redfield Energy ethanol plant to convert to Gevo isobutanol process

Redfield Energy ethanol plant to convert to Gevo isobutanol process

June 17, 2011 |

In Colorado, Gevo has formed a joint venture with Redfield Energy to retrofit Redfield’s existing ethanol plant into an isobutanol plant, with an expected production capacity of approximately 38 MGy. The retrofit is expected to commence by year end 2011, and Gevo expects to begin commercial production of isobutanol at the facility in the fourth […]

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