Flint Hills to permanently shut Georgia ethanol plant after failure to find buyer

June 15, 2020 |

In Georgia, Platts reports that Flint Hills has decided to permanently shutter its ethanol facility in Camilla after it failed to find a new buyer. The facility, which Flint Hills bought in 2014, has been mothballed since May due to low and negative ethanol crushing margins. It has an installed production capacity of 120 million gallons per year. Platts says that as of last Friday the company’s website was no longer showing bids to buy corn for the Camilla facility but continued to be looking to buy corn for other facilities.

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