Tucumcari Bio-Energy seeks to revamp mothballed ethanol plant into methane

October 3, 2018 |

In New Mexico, Tucumcari Bio-Energy is looking to convert its former ethanol plant in the town of Tucumcari to methane production following a successful feasibility study done with Sandia Labs. The project would use the ethanol plant’s six 55,000-gallon fermentation tanks to produce methane gas following an 18-month conversion. The company to have financing and investors online by the end of the year in order to begin conversion in early 2019. The facility expects to use manure from nearby cow feedlots and whey from a neighboring cheesemaker as feedstock.

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