Green Plains to implement Fluid Quip Process Technologies’ MSC protein system

May 18, 2018 |

In Nebraska, Green Plains signed a Letter of Intent to implement Fluid Quip Process Technologies’ MSC Protein System at their Shenandoah, Iowa facility. In the discussion during a quarterly investors call, CEO Todd Becker also discussed starting there and rolling it out to other facilities.

This will be FQPT’s 5th installation of the patented MSC protein system. The fourth is at Flint Hills Resources Fairmount Nebraska plant and they are nearing completion with a startup planned for this summer, according to Michael Franko from FQPT.

“This proven bolt-on technology produces high-protein animal and fish feed ingredients from a portion of distillers grains and is expected to provide a consistent uplift of at least 10 cents per gallon to the ethanol margin structure,” said Todd Becker, Green Plains’ President and Chief Executive Officer. “After the careful evaluation of several technologies, we are excited to choose Fluid-Quip’s MSC for our first implementation at Shenandoah, Iowa. As we have indicated in the past, we believe the margin contributions of corn oil and high-protein feed ingredients will help our returns become more predictable and consistent over time.”

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