Ringneck Energy fully commissioned following weather delays

June 17, 2019 |

In South Dakota, the Pierre Capital Press newspaper reports that Ringneck Energy in Onida has fully commissioned production after winter storms and rough spring weather got in the way of the facility’s completion. The company started receiving corn in March but production really kicked off on April 23, but it’s now running at nameplate capacity having passed its performance tests on June 4. With corn above $4 a bushel, Ringneck along with the other 20 ethanol plants whose ethanol is marketed by Renewable Products Marketing Group are all waiting with baited breath for the Chinese market to open back up.

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