Green Plains says its plants aren’t shutdown but in “warm idle”

September 19, 2018 |

In Missouri, Brownfield Ag News reports that Green Plains’ CEO clarified the company’s position and it isn’t mothballing its ethanol plants in Iowa and Minnesota but instead are at a “warm idle”, still accepting corn and able to restart production whenever the market allows. The facilities that have stopped producing ethanol account for about 20% of the company’s total installed production capacity. The company’s CEO said that slowing down production capacity in response to market conditions was par for the course.

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