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The Sky’s The Limit The Booming US Renewable Diesel Market

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Plus Landmark Renewable Diesel, Carbon Capture & Storage Facility Progress

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Former North Dakota Malting Facility Turned Soybean Crushing Plant Page 12

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CONTENTS 2022 WINTER ISSUE VOLUME 19 ISSUE 1

FEATURES

12 Where Ag and Oil Mix FEEDSTOCK

ADM’s crushing plant under construction in Dickinson, North Dakota, will supply soybean oil to Marathon Petroleum Corp.’s renewable diesel and naphtha facility. BY SUSANNE RETKA SCHILL

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Going Low in Louisiana

Strategic Biofuels' renewable diesel plant under development in Caldwell Parish, Louisiana, will achieve very low carbon intensity using forest waste as an input, as well as on-site carbon capture and storage. BY TOM BRYAN

22 Pillars of New Production INDUSTRY

Biodiesel Magazine reports on the U.S. renewable diesel market surge, with updates on 26 projects in various stages of development. BY TOM BRYAN

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CONTRIBUTION 32 FEEDSTOCK The Path Forward for Hemp Renewable Fuels

Hemp will be a key component in the future of bioenergy, particularly as a biodiesel and sustainable available fuel feedstock. BY ROGER FORD

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DEPARTMENTS 5 Industry Events 6 Editor’s Note

Carbon is the Buzzword

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Business Aviation: Doubling Down on Sustainable Aviation Fuels BY STEWART D'LEON

8 Business Briefs 30 SPOTLIGHT BDI INTERNATIONAL Tailor-Made Biodiesel Plants

BDI-Bioenergy International GmbH is achieving milestones, including recent EU approval of using contaminated animal fats as a biodiesel feedstock. BY BIODIESEL MAGAZINE STAFF


EVENTS

2022 Carbon Capture & Storage Summit June 13, 2022

Minneapolis Convention Center, Minneapolis, MN

Capturing and storing carbon dioxide in underground wells has the potential to become the most consequential technological deployment in the history of the broader biofuels industry. Deploying effective carbon capture and storage at biofuels plants will cement ethanol and biodiesel as the lowest carbon liquid fuels commercially available in the marketplace. The Carbon Capture & Storage Summit will offer attendees a comprehensive look at the economics of carbon capture and storage, the infrastructure required to make it possible and the financial and marketplace impacts to participating producers. (866) 746-8385 | FuelEthanolWorkshop.com

2022 Biodiesel & Renewable Diesel Summit June 13-15, 2022

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Minneapolis Convention Center, Minneapolis, MN The Biodiesel & Renewable Diesel Summit is a forum designed for biodiesel and renewable diesel producers to learn about cutting-edge process technologies, new techniques and equipment to optimize existing production, and efficiencies to save money while increasing throughput and fuel quality. Produced by Biodiesel Magazine, this world-class event features premium content from technology providers, equipment vendors, consultants, engineers and producers to advance discussion and foster an environment of collaboration and networking through engaging presentations, fruitful discussion and compelling exhibitions with one purpose, to further the biomass-based diesel sector beyond its current limitations. (866) 746-8385 | BiodieselSummit.com

2022 Int'l Fuel Ethanol Workshop & Expo June 13-15, 2022 Minneapolis Convention Center, Minneapolis, MN

From its inception, the mission of this event has remained constant: The FEW delivers timely presentations with a strong focus on commercialscale ethanol production—from quality control and yield maximization to regulatory compliance and fiscal management. The FEW is the ethanol industry’s premier forum for unveiling new technologies and research findings. The program is primarily focused on optimizing grain ethanol operations while also covering cellulosic and advanced ethanol technologies.

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CARBON IS THE BUZZWORD Anna Simet Biodiesel Magazine

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There are currently 27 fully operational, commercial-scale carbon capture and storage (CCS) projects operating around the world, with 100-plus more in various stages of development, according to the Global CCS institute. The range of industries deploying CCS is diverse, from coal gasification and power generation to fertilizer plants, natural gas processing, steel and ethanol facilities. And, if all goes according to plan, a renewable diesel plant will be added to the list. In Caldwell Parish, Louisiana, aptly named Strategic Biofuels will serve an outlet for forest waste alongside a declining pulp and paper and paper sector, gasifying about 1 million tons per year that will ultimately be converted into renewable diesel. It will also deploy CCS, which will serve as the project cornerstone. Going Low in Louisiana on page 16, by Biodiesel Magazine’s Tom Bryan, gives readers a detailed account of the company’s plans, business model and strategy behind the $1.5 billion project (at its core are a reasonably priced, abundant feedstock and state and federal incentives). Sized at 33.7 MMgy, the facility is modest in comparison to some of the massive projects operating or planned in North America. But Strategic Biofuels CEO Paul Schubert tells Bryan the economics of the project are actually driven the by CO2 sequestration. “That’s fundamentally how we’re different,” he says. Speaking of projects under development, you’ll find a comprehensive list in our North American renewable diesel project roundup, “Pillars of New Production,” on page 22. Growth in renewable diesel, even in just the past year, is pretty astounding. At the same time in 2020, Biodiesel Magazine reported there were 14 existing, under construction or planned renewable diesel/sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) facilities with a total of 5.5 billion gallons of capacity. By the end of 2021, that number jumped to 26, with the total of operational, under construction and proposed capacity increasing by over 1 billion gallons, with California unsurprisingly becoming home to the most, with five, closely followed by Louisiana. Our third feature, “Where Ag and oil Mix,” by freelance writer Susanne Retka Schill, dives into ADM’s soybean crushing facility under construction in Spiritwood, North Dakota, and its relationship with Marathon Petroleum Corp.’s operational renewable diesel and naphtha plant in Dickinson. Located about 200 miles directly west, soybean oil produced at the crushing plant will be used as a feedstock at the Dickinson refinery. Related to that, an interesting point that Kenneth Campbell, ADM president of North American Oils and Biodiesel, makes—once again, finding us back on the topic of carbon intensity (CI)—is that the bulk of soybean oil’s CI comes from transportation and processing, and there is “a significant opportunity for the entire market to address regenerative ag, better farming practices, no till practices.” He adds that farmers need incentives to think about strategies to reduce these CI ratings, and gives an example of oilseed cover crops as an idea to help do so. MPC has similar viewpoints, and has been evaluating the installation of a CO2 capture and sequestration system at the Dickinson facility. Justin Womeldorff, MPC renewables business manager, adds, “We continue to explore projects at our Dickinson facility that have to the potential to help us producer a net-zero fuel there.”

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BUSINESS AVIATION: DOUBLING DOWN ON SUSTAINABLE AVIATION FUELS Stewart D’Leon

National Business Aviation Association

As pandemic restrictions ease and demand for air travel returns, the business aviation industry is doubling down on sustainable aviation fuels (SAF) and other measures that support its ambitious climate commitments. Business aviation was an early advocate for SAF, first setting aspirational emissions mitigation goals back in 2009 and continuing to build on them today. We believe strongly that SAF, which has the potential to cut aviation’s lifecycle carbon emissions by up to 80%, is critical to making our industry more efficient and reducing carbon emissions meaningfully. SAF is our industry’s sustainable solution of today, as we innovate and create the technologies of tomorrow. The good news is that the SAF market is accelerating faster than ever, helped by commitments from business and commercial aviation as air travel rebounds and sustainability becomes a more urgent global priority. Demand is increasing at the same time as the development of SAF from a variety of sources, including food waste, algae and converting carbon dioxide to fuel. It’s an exciting time to get involved, and other big players in the aviation industry are beginning to jump into the market. But there is much more work to be done on SAF, as well as other advancements that will reduce our environmental footprint. To that end, business aviation leaders recently set some ambitious sustainability commitments. The industry pledged to cut carbon emissions in half and achieve net-zero CO2 emissions by 2050, while continuing to increase fuel efficiency by 2% every year between 2020 and 2030. In addition, commercial airlines and other organizations have pledged to transition 10% of the global jet fuel supply to SAF by 2030. These efforts have been echoed by the public sector with commitments from the U.S. government and the European Union. At the UN climate summit in November, the Biden administration set a goal for achieving net-zero aviation emissions by 2050, following previously announced executive actions to support increased SAF production by 2030. The EU aims to increase the amount of SAF blended by 10% in 2030 and 50% in 2040. This is real momentum, but challenges remain. SAF is still in limited supply as production scales to meet demand, and airports incorporate it into their existing fuel pipelines. We need greater investment, action and cooperation from the public and private sectors to make SAF widely available and plentiful.

To increase SAF supplies and help lower costs right now, suppliers are investing in production and creating partnerships to make sustainable fuel more widely available. The industry is also finding innovative ways to create demand. One of those market innovations is “Book and Claim,” which allows a jet operator to buy SAF even when it is not available at their departing airport, in exchange for an environmental credit. At the same time, the industry is making investments to develop next-generation technology—including electric and hydrogenpowered aircraft—that will further support the industry’s climate pledges, and it remains steadfast in its pursuit of greater efficiency. This will also come with technological advancements, such as aerodynamic optimization and other infrastructure changes, that will help the industry reach its net-zero goal better and faster. The unified commitments from the public and private sectors to invest in SAF and sustainable aviation are meaningful and making a difference today. However, there’s still plenty of work to be done to enable SAF to meet growing demands. Business aviation will continue its efforts to accelerate the production, availability and adoption of sustainable aviation fuels, and use market-based measures to both increase demand for SAF and offset carbon emissions. The combination of these efforts and technological gains will allow our industry to continually reduce its carbon emissions. Our shared goal is ushering in the next wave of aviation—one that is safer, more efficient and better equipped to contribute to the health and safety of our planet. Author: Stewart D'Leon Director of Environmental & Technical Operations National Business Aviation Association nbaa.org

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People, Products & Partnerships

National Biodiesel Board elects new governing board The National Biodiesel Board announced its newly elected governing board leaders in midNovember, individuals who span the biodiesel and renewable diesel industry. The NBB noted it was an important strategy as the trade association steps into its fourth decade and moves to rebrand itself to represent biodiesel, renewable diesel and sustainable aviation fuel. Elected members include: Chad Stone, Renewable Energy Group

Inc.; Chris Hill, Minnesota Soybean Research and Promotion Council; Dave Walton, Iowa Soybean Association; Harry Simpson, Crimson Renewable Energy LLC; Kent Engelbrecht, ADM; Mike Devine, World Energy; and Ryan Pederson, North Dakota Soybean Council. Greg Anderson, Tom Brooks, Tim Keaveney, Gary Louis, Mike Rath, Rob Shaffer, Robert Stobaugh and Paul Teta remain on the board.

Camelina storage, rail loading facility planned for Montana Sustainable Oils Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Global Clean Energy Holdings Inc., has purchased 45 acres in Havre, Montana, according to a Nov. 19 announcement. The company indicated it is close to selecting a contractor to begin construction of the planned 600,000 bushel storage and rail loading facility for its proprietary camelina grain in Q1 2022. Mike Karst, Sustainable Oils president, said the dedicated grain facility’s adjacent proximity to the CHS Big Sky-Havre rail siding will enable the company to directly load unit trains of grain

to streamline transportation logistics to GCEH’s biorefinery in Bakersfield, California, or other extraction plants. Beginning in 2022, ExxonMobil has made a five-year commitment to purchase up to 220 million gallons of renewable diesel made from GCEH’s Bakersfield Renewable Fuels refinery in California. Sustainable Oils' long-term goal is to secure contracts to grow more than 1 million acres of Sustainable Oils camelina varieties across Montana and the High Plains.

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BUSINESS BRIEFS Booster, REG partner to offer mobile delivery of sustainable fuel Booster, a tech-enabled energy delivery service, and Renewable Energy Group, a leading producer and provider of fuels, have partnered to provide mobile delivery of renewable diesel, biodiesel and blended fuels to fleets. The service started in California in August. Under the new partnership, REG UltraClean Blend and other renewable and biodiesel fuels will be delivered to customers via Booster's proprietary trucks, last-mile technology platform and certified drivers. As

part of the partnership, REG will be an exclusive supplier of biobased diesel to Booster and has become an investor in the company. Booster will also be an exclusive mobile fueler to REG, partnering with the company to explore expansion opportunities together. The REG/Booster collaboration will initially focus on servicing fleet customers in California, starting with the San Francisco Bay Area and Orange County, with additional markets to follow.

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First Airbus helicopter flight with 100% SAF An Airbus H225 has performed the first ever helicopter flight with 100% sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) powering one of the Safran Makila 2 engines. The flight, which took place at the company’s headquarters in Marignane, France, marks the start of a flight campaign aiming to assess the impact of unblended SAF on the helicopter systems in view of certifying the use of SAF blends that exceed today’s 50% limit. The campaign follows ear-

lier unblended SAF bench tests performed by Safran Helicopter Engines at its Bordes plant and will provide further understanding of the technical challenges associated with the use of 100% SAF. The H225 test helicopter flew with an unblended SAF derived from used cooking oil, provided by TotalEnergies, which offers a net 90% CO2 reduction compared to regular jet fuel.

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B20 approved for use in Union Pacific locomotives Union Pacific locomotives will soon be using higher blends of biodiesel. Progress Rail, a Caterpillar company, approved the use of up to 20% biodiesel blend in specific EMD locomotive series operated by the railroad. Previously, the locomotives were approved to operate at 5% biodiesel blends. The updated fuel recommenda- things such as fuel consumption and impact on engine oil and fuel tion comes after testing high-horsepower locomotives used for haul- filters. Progress Rail is currently undergoing additional testing and ing freight long distances, with performance being monitored for development.

CN, Progress Rail partner with REG to test biofuel blends Canadian National Railway Company and Progress Rail are partnering with Renewable Energy Group to test high-level renewable fuel blends, including both biodiesel and renewable diesel. Trials and qualifications will include up to 100% biobased diesel The ultimate goal is to gain a better understanding of the long-term durability and operational impacts of renewable fuels on locomotives, especially in cold weather, as well as planning needed modifications to fully leverage their usage over the next decade. PHOTO: PROGRESS RAIL

Brazil to maintain biodiesel blend rate at 10% in 2022 The Brazilian Ministry of Mines and Energy announced in late Year 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 November that it will maintain the current biodiesel previously manOriginal B10 B11 B12 B13 B14 B15 dated blend rate of 10% through the year 2022. An announcement Mandate issued by the government cites cost concerns as the reason for the action. The decision was made by the National Energy Policy Council. In August 2020, the government lowered the blend rate of B12 Blend adjustments were made in mid-2021, but were kept at a level to B10, citing an insufficient supply of fuel and high soybean prices. below the statutory target of 13%.

Aemetis to supply Delta with 250 million gallons of SAF Aemetis Inc., a renewable fuels company, announced an offtake agreement with Delta Air Lines for 250 million gallons of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) to be delivered over a 10-year term. The aggregate value of the agreement is estimated to be more than $1 billion, including state and federal tax credits Delta’s agreement with Aemetis builds on the company’s current effort for a future of net-zero aviation, which includes committing to airline carbon neutrality from March 2020 onward, and aspiring to replace 10% of its conventional jet fuel con10

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sumption with SAF by the end of 2030. The aviation fuel is expected to be produced by the Aemetis renewable jet/diesel plant under development on a 125-acre former U.S. Army ammunition production plant site in Riverbank, California. The fuel is expected to be available for use by Delta beginning in 2024.


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Calumet launches renewable diesel subsidiary Montana Renewables On Nov. 19, Calumet Specialty Products Partners L.P. announced a series of strategic transactions in connection with its renewable diesel business, one of which establishes Montana Renewables LLC as an unrestricted, pure-play renewables subsidiary of Calumet. MRL has closed on a $300 million convertible debt investment from funds managed by Oaktree Capital Management L.P., as well as $145 million preferred equity investment by Calumet. Calumet, which owns 100% of MRL’s equity, now has operations in Montana that include two fully independent business lines:

renewables through MRL, and conventional Canadian crude refining through Calumet Montana Refining LLC. MRL will complete its in-flight capital projects and is expected to become one of the most advantaged renewable diesel producers in North America.

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Ag Mix Ag and oil are intersecting in North Dakota with a new joint venture between ag giant Archer Daniels Midland and top-ranked petroleum energy company Marathon Petroleum Corp. BY SUSANNE RETKA SCHILL

With a 25% investment share in ADM’s crushing facility under construction in Spiritwood, North Dakota, Marathon is tying up all the soybean oil production. The oil

will feed MPC’s retrofitted oil refinery in Dickinson that reached its full capacity of 184 MMgy nearly a year ago, producing renewable diesel and naphtha. When complete in 2023, the Spiritwood soybean processing complex in eastern North Dakota will produce approximately 600 million pounds of refined soybean oil annually, enough feedstock for approximately 75 million gallons of renewable diesel per year. Utilizing state-of-the-art automation technology, the $350 million crush and refining complex is being built on the site of a former Cargill malting facility. “The project is moving along nicely,” says Ken Campbell, ADM president of North American Oils and Biodiesel. “There’s been a lot of work done on demolition, abatement and environmental approvals. We remain optimistic that we’ll be on time and well within the budget.” The Spiritwood site lies east of Jamestown, North Dakota, in an industrial park featuring a circle unit train track. At the site, Great River Energy’s Spiritwood Station generates 99 MW of electricity and sends its lower-pressure steam over the fence to the adjacent 70 MMgy Dakota Spirit ethanol plant. Regional economic developers have long worked at attracting another indus-

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try to the site, particularly after Cargill announced it would shutter the barley malting plant. Cellulosic ethanol developers, as well as a second group hoping to build a soybean crushing facility, both fell short on financing. ADM began thinking about the project in 2019, Campbell says. “The site is very strategic for us.” There’s a good draw of soybean acres in several counties surrounding the southeastern North Dakota location, plus it lies 200 miles east of Marathon’s green diesel plant. Sited on a Burlington Northern mainline, the crushing facility has good access to the Pacific Northwest for soymeal exports. Dickinson RD Marathon acquired the Dickinson refinery with its purchase of Andeavor/Tesoro in 2018. Tesoro had begun a conversion to coprocess renewable diesel with petroleum diesel. In fall 2018, Marathon started work on full conversion to renewable diesel, installing Haldor Topsoe’s HydroFlex technology. Denmark-headquartered Haldor Topsoe describes its hydrotreating process as offering lower energy consumption, resulting in lower carbon intensity alongside a lower capital expenditure. The company offers a portfolio of 25 catalysts specific to processing renewable feedstocks. “We were excited about the success of the HydroFlex technology at our Dickinson Renewable Diesel facility, where it exceeded its process guarantees,” says Justin Womeldorff, MPC renewables business manager. “Haldor Topsoe’s tech-

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nology is the most widely used in renewable diesel and jet fuel production.” The company’s second installation of the technology is underway at its Martinez, California, refinery, which is expected to come online in the second half of this year and reach its full capacity of 730 MMgy by the end of 2023. Marathon also began operations early in 2021 at a 58 MMgy feedstock pretreatment facility in Beatrice, Nebraska. The pretreatment includes solids filtration and contaminant and moisture removal for a wide variety of potential feedstocks, Womeldorff says. Pretreatment is needed to remove compounds that would foul the catalysts used in the RD process. Campbell says that its refined and bleached soybean oil from the new Spiritwood crushing facility will probably not require further processing. ADM is not a newcomer to biofuel processing. The company has been involved in biodiesel production since the mid-2000s, partnering in the building of Mid-America Biofuels LLC in Mexico, Missouri, in 2006, and opening its first wholly owned biodiesel plant in Velva, North Dakota, in 2007. Today, ADM has 725 MMgy biodiesel capacity globally, Campbell reports, with 130 MMgy in Brazil, just over 300 MMgy in Europe and 290 MMgy in North America. The U.S. and Canadian plants are vertically integrated with crush, with the two Missouri plants at Mexico and Deerfield using soy and two canola crushers at Velva, North Dakota,


OIL REFINERY TURNED RENEWABLE: Marathon Petroleum Corp.’s retrofitted oil refinery in Dickinson, North Dakota, produces 184 MMgy of renewable diesel and naphtha. PHOTO: MARATHON PETROLEUM CORP.

and Lloydminster, Alberta. “We’re sized right,” Campbell says. “We have a solid record with quality production volumes going back to the mid-2000s. We are focused now on efficiency and improvements where we have an excellent position globally to supply a variety of markets that are transitioning to a low-carbon future.” When asked about the viability of biodiesel with all the renewable diesel (RD) capacity projected to come online—and given that RD is a drop-in biofuel that will be competing with biodiesel for feedstocks—Campbell sounded an optimistic note. Acknowledging the greenhouse gas (GHG) benefits of RD and sustainable aviation fuel as well as biodiesel, he says, “I think biodiesel still has a significant role to play in energy transformation as we think about lowering GHGs and lowering the carbon intensity of our products.” He suggests renewable diesel producers will find a blend of RD and biodiesel “a nice way to blend and extend their margin.” There have been several announcements of planned oilseed crushing expansions, he

adds, “obviously to address this new disruptive demand from the renewable green diesel standpoint.” Considering the oil demand for RD capacity due to come online in the next three to five years, plus the anticipated needs of food customers for soy oil, Campbell says, “the North American balance sheet is going to be fairly well balanced.” The preferred feedstock for many renewable green diesel plants is going to be low-carbon-intensity feedstocks, such as used cooking oil, animal fats, tallow and distillers corn oil, he adds. “At the end of the day, there’s just not enough supply to satisfy that future demand, so they need to look for alternatives.” The U.S. EIA reported in 2019 that soybean oil was the most commonly used vegetable oil for biodiesel production with about a 70% share, representing about 30% of domestic soybean oil use. A 2020 report indicates soybean oil represents about 63% of total biodiesel feedstocks.

Carbon Intensity Reduction While lowering operating costs and energy inputs has long been a goal in biofuel production, the need to lower carbon intensity (CI) has industry looking at feedstock supplies. About 25% of the CI comes from transportation and processing, Campbell says, but the bulk of soy’s CI—75%—comes from the farm. “There is a significant opportunity for the entire market to address regenerative ag, better farming practices, no till practices. We need to incentivize farmers to think about these things,” he says. “At ADM, we’re constantly thinking about how to engage with the farmer to improve practices so we can lower the carbon intensity of soybean oil, and even meal.” Among the possibilities, he adds, is the inclusion of oilseed cover crops such as carinata, camelina or pennycress. However, given the current commodity prices for corn and soy, he says, “As good as these programs look and sound and feel, obviously [farmers] don’t want to disrupt their opportunities by introducing something that is new and unfamiliar.” www.BiodieselMagazine.com

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MPC also is looking at carbon intensity reduction measures. Last May, when the company announced a contract with One Energy Enterprises LLC to install five wind turbines at the Dickinson RD plant, the news release said the company’s goal is to reduce GHG carbon intensity by 30% below 2014 levels by 2030. The turbines are expected to generate more than 40 million kilowatt-hours annually, providing approximately 45% of the RD facility’s electricity. “We continue to explore projects at our Dickinson facility that have to the potential to help us producer a net-zero fuel there,” Womeldorff reports, adding the permitting process for the wind turbines is progressing. “We are evaluating the installation of a system to capture the CO2 produced from our on-site hydrogen plant and then pumping the CO2 deep below the site where it will remain sequestered. We are also working with farmers to identify and optimize practices that reduce GHG gas emissions and increase carbon storage in agricultural lands.” Biofuel Partnerships, New Ventures The North Dakota venture is not the first working relationship for ADM and Marathon. ADM has long supplied soybean oil to Marathon’s 91 MMgy biodiesel plant in Cincinnati, Ohio, which the company purchased in 2014. Both companies’ involvement in biofuels goes even further back. In ADM’s case, back to the 1980s, when it added fuel 14

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ethanol production to an existing corn processing wet mill. ADM entered the biodiesel market in the mid-2000s, partnering in MidAmerica Biofuels in 2006 and opening its first wholly owned biodiesel production facility in Velva, North Dakota, in 2007. Marathon invested in ethanol in the mid2000s, via a joint venture with The Andersons Inc. to build a plant in Greenville, Ohio. In 2019, that partnership was extended in a JV called The Andersons Marathon Holdings LLC, producing 475 MMgy of ethanol at locations in Albion, Michigan; Clymers, Indiana; Denison, Iowa; and the original JV in Ohio. Marathon’s investment in advanced biofuels includes Fulcrum BioEnergy. In July, after more than a decade in development, Fulcrum completed construction on its Sierra BioFuels Plant east of Reno, Nevada. The plant will convert 175,000 tons of prepared municipal solid waste into approximately 11 MMgy syncrude. The process utilizes gasification and Fischer-Tropsch processes to produce syncrude and upgraded transportation fuel products. Womeldorff says Marathon plans on taking 800 barrels per day of biocrude material from Fulcrum to its refinery in Anacortes, Washington, for processing into transportation fuels. Marathon is entering the development of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) through its subsidiary, Virent Inc., which was acquired in 2018 as part the Andeavor/Tesoro purchase.

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Virent’s BioForming technology converts plant-based sugars into hydrocarbon fuels and chemicals using catalytic chemistry. In October, a United Airlines test flight was powered with 100% SAF in one engine and traditional petroleum-based jet fuel in the other. A second demonstration flight on Dec. 1 included passengers from the companies involved in the effort—United Airlines, Boeing, GE Aviation, CFM International (a JV between GE Aviation and Safran Aircraft Engines), World Energy, Virent and Marathon Petroleum. Womeldorff explains the Virent fuel is unique in that most SAF is typically a blend with hydroprocessed esters and fatty acids and petroleum-based fuel. “Jet fuel requires a certain level of aromatics content in order to meet fuel and specifications, provided by petroleum fuel. But because Virent’s SAK (synthesized aromatic kerosene) can provide these aromatics, it makes 100% fossil-free, drop-in SAF possible.” The fuel for the test flight was manufactured by Virent using corn dextrose from Iowa. SAF is on ADM’s radar as well, albeit through its corn processing division, rather than oilseeds. In October, Gevo Inc. announced a memorandum of understanding about 900 million gallons of ethanol produced at ADM’s dry mills in Columbus, Nebraska; Cedar Rapids, Iowa; and Decatur, Illinois, to be processed using Gevo’s proprietary technology, resulting in about 500 million gallons of SAF and other renewable hydrocarbons. Isobutanol is expected to be produced at a proposed facility in Decatur that would employ ADM’s carbon capture and sequestration technology. In the Gevo news release, ADM CEO Juan Luciano says the potential conversion of more than half of its production capacity represents a major step in the evolution of ADM’s Carbohydrate Solutions business. “We’re continuing to live our purpose, with our entry into SAF representing another step in our strategic efforts to advance decarbonization and use our integrated value chain to deliver more sustainable, environmentally friendly products and services.” Author: Susanne Retka Schill Contact: editor@bbiinternational.com


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PROVING GROUND: An aerial view of the stratigraphic test well that Strategic Biofuels drilled in Caldwell Parish, Louisiana, to demonstrate that CO2 can be safely and securely stored deep underground there, and that the reservoir has decades of storage capacity. PHOTO: STRATEGIC BIOFUELS

In the hours before Hurricane Ida’s landfall in late August, two of the nation’s largest renewable diesel producers, each under expansion, briefly shut down operations in southern Louisiana. While both

Diamond Green Diesel, in Norco, and Renewable Energy Group, in Geismar, weathered the storm without incident, Ida was an inconvenient reminder of their coastal proximity. Meanwhile, 230 miles to the north, Strategic Biofuels LLC, just days after completing its landmark carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) test well research—and

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virtually unaffected by Ida—pressed on with its own renewable diesel effort at the Port of Columbia in Caldwell Parish. “This far north, the storm wasn’t an issue,” says Strategic Biofuels CEO Paul Schubert, explaining how the site of the proposed plant, largely insulated from the Gulf ’s extreme weather, is a fortuitous but tangential attribute of its inland location. “We’re sitting above an ideal reservoir for carbon sequestration, and it just happens to be in the heart of a massively underutilized fiber basket.” Schubert says the proposed 33.7 MMgy renewable diesel plant, along with

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its planned CO2 injection wells, will be located on a 300-plus-acre site near the quiet Ouachita River port where components of the facility will eventually be delivered via barge. Other products could also come and go by river, but the ultra-low-carbon biofuel produced there will be delivered to the West Coast via rail, as a Union Pacific main line runs past the site. When built, the plant will utilize forestry waste as a feedstock, primarily Southern yellow pine thinnings from plantation forests in the area that have been privately managed for over a century. Strategic Biofuels has secured a 20-year agreement for forestry


waste that would be delivered to the facility in the form of wood chips. Schubert says forest timber is the top agricultural product in Louisiana, and just as weeds must be controlled in Midwest farm fields, commercial plantation forests in the South are crops that require thinning. When a plantation forest is grown, Schubert explains, as many as 700 seedlings are planted per acre to ensure forest density. The developing trees compete for sunlight, nutrients and water. Ultimately, most of those trees are removed via thinning to allow the largest, healthiest pines to grow to harvestable size. “By the time trees

are big enough for lumber production, that same plantation will hold just 100 to 120 trees per acre,” he says, explaining that at least two rounds of thinning occur over the course of the 30- to 35-year tree-growing cycle, one at about 12 to 15 years and a second one about seven years later. Without thinning, Schubert says, harvesting commercial timber for construction, furniture, and telephone poles would be virtually impossible. The branches and treetops from the thinnings are left on the forest floor to rot, producing greenhouse gases. The larger tree trunks, or rounds, have traditionally been

used for pulp and paper production. But pulp mills in the region, which once consumed more than 4 million tons of forest waste annually, have shut down. “It was a depressed market even before the pulp mills closed, and now it’s even worse for the loggers and timber owners,” Schubert says. “Our plant will be able to use about 1 million tons of forest waste per year. The demand we’d create for these materials will be greatly appreciated by the timber owners and the loggers.” The proposed plant, dubbed Louisiana Green Fuels, would gasify the forest waste into carbon monoxide and hydrogen and www.BiodieselMagazine.com

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use the Fischer-Tropsch process to create paraffins, which would then be upgraded, via cracking, to synthetic renewable diesel. Schubert, a Ph.D. chemist with 35 years of experience in the petrochemical and renewable fuels industry, is spearheading the project along with the company’s Chief Operating Officer Bob Meredith, who has nearly 50 years of experience in the oil and gas industry. Along with their own forestry, technology and renewables experts, they’re leveraging support from Koch Project Solutions and Hatch, a global engineering and project management firm. The cost of the project could ultimately be about $1.5 billion, with the CCS component representing roughly 10% of the overall price. “Carbon capture requires equipment that selectively removes carbon dioxide produced in the process,” Schubert says, breaking down some of the near- and long-term costs of CCS. “We end up with a high-purity CO2 stream that is then compressed and injected about a mile underground where it is held by the same forces that have held oil and gas underground for millions of years. The wells require specialized metallurgy because of the corrosiveness of the greenhouse gases that are being stored. Long-term, there are well monitoring costs, both from the surface and via peripheral monitoring wells.” Strategic Biofuels could be the first renewable diesel producer in the world to capture and sequester CO2, but the ethanol industry is also aggressively pursuing sequestration to lower the carbon footprint of ethanol blended into gasoline. Already, more than 50 U.S. ethanol plants are engaged in the early stages of CCS exploration or investment, 31 of them signing on to aggregate their carbon dioxide via pipeline across multiple states for sequestration in North Dakota. Half a dozen ethanol plants owned by Valero (parent company to Diamond Green Diesel) have signed onto a separate CCS pipeline project; and Marquis Energy has commissioned a 5,000-foot sequestration test well at the site of its bio18

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industrial complex in Hennepin, Illinois. Last year, Gron Renewables, which has proposed a massive four-phase renewable diesel project at the Port of Greater Baton Rouge, also began studying CCS. Low CI, High Returns A plan to produce less than 34 MMgy of renewable diesel at a time when larger companies like DGD, REG and Gron are proposing, commissioning or already operating plants 10 times that size, may seem dubious. But Schubert says the estimated profitability of Louisiana Green Fuels makes up for its comparatively small scale. Schubert says the economics of the project are driven by CO2 sequestration. “That’s fundamentally how we’re different. If we were just proposing to build this plant without sequestration, we’d end up with a CI for forestry waste in the low-to-mid 20s,” he says. “But when we generate our own green power and then add CCS, we get down to a remarkable minus 238. It’s a game changer,” Schubert says. “So, when you start looking at the combination of federal credits (RINs) and California Low Carbon Fuel Standard (LCFS) credits—which would make up nearly 80% of the total market value of the fuel—the margins are over $10 per gallon. That’s almost a million dollars a day at full capacity.” The CI of a biofuel, as defined by California’s LCFS, ultimately determines the biofuel’s value in the California marketplace. For the sake of comparison, Schubert says, renewable diesel made from soybean oil and canola oil generally achieves a CI score in the mid-50s; corn oil and animal fats in the mid-30s; and used cooking oil— “considered the best of the lot, if you can find it”—about 20. “Forestry waste alone is almost on par with used cooking oil (UCO),” Schubert says. “It gets you into the low 20s, but sequestration takes it down to an entirely new level.” Unlike other advanced biofuel feedstocks, forest waste—at least in northern Louisiana—is widely available and reason-

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ably priced. “Used cooking oil nationwide is largely spoken for, and the reality of the current renewable diesel boom is that most production will be reliant on soybean oil out of the Midwest,” Schubert says. “That comes with transportation costs and energy use, which adds to your carbon footprint, and soy oil has competing uses, too. The margins from soy oil-based renewable diesel are around $1 per gallon, and with only a twenty percent increase in soybean oil cost, they could go negative. Our feedstock is actually in oversupply because other uses for it have dried up regionally.” Schubert says it is ironic that California, which is the destination for Louisiana Green Fuels’ renewable diesel—a product of forest waste—is a state that could benefit from thinning its federal forests to make them more fire resilient. “It’s true, but the way the federal Renewable Fuel Standard works now, you’re not allowed to use any material from a federal forest—not so much as a pinecone,” he explains, adding that


PIECE BY PIECE: Multiple 30-foot core sections were collected using the stratigraphic test well. To verify the presence of adequate upper and lower containment and injection intervals, each 30-foot section was cut into three equal sections for analysis. PHOTO: STRATEGIC BIOFUELS

PINE PLANTATION: Rows of pine trees in sustainably managed forests like this one can take up to 35 years to produce. The forests are typically thinned 12 to 15 years after they are planted, and then again about seven years later. PHOTO: STRATEGIC BIOFUELS

discussions are taking place at the highest levels of forest management to evaluate the role biofuels could play in forest health and fire mitigation. “For now, we’re focused on private land here in Louisiana, which makes up 81% of the forested land,” he says. Schubert says there is enough land available to Strategic Biofuels in northern Louisiana to carry out a second and even third phase of the planned project, essentially doubling or tripling its total capacity of renewable diesel and sequestered CO2. And he believes the company could easily extend its range of control on the surface to command an extended plume rights area for future growth. “We could use the same wells and simply transport the carbon dioxide via pipeline a few miles from additional plants,” he says. “There is more than enough feedstock in the region to support growth.” The Well and Geology Early on, Strategic Biofuels made a

bold decision to put the stratigraphic test well ahead of everything else on its project development timeline, betting that collecting data on the geologic viability of the site would provide a glidepath for future investment. “We could have carried out years of work before putting steel in the ground, but we didn’t,” Schubert says. “We saw that the carbon intensity reduction that CCS brings to the fuel is where the money is. And we were confident that the test well would essentially de-risk the project.” He describes the test well investment as a calculated bet that paid off. “For us, the well drives everything. We raised the funds for the test well program—85 percent being raised in northern Louisiana with people who really understand drilling for oil and gas. And we did this with the understanding that we could drill the well and it could fail, even with the right geologic work to back it up. But if we succeeded, as we did,

the returns would look good for everyone involved.” The goals of the test well program were to demonstrate that CO2, the main greenhouse gas generated during the fuel production process, can be safely and securely stored deep underground, and that the storage reservoir has sufficient capacity to store all the gas produced over the plant’s lifetime. Schubert says completing the test well program was an essential prerequisite for securing a permit for the EPA Class VI sequestration well. The test well sits on top of a series of interconnected saltwater aquifers that possess geologic features making them capable of accepting CO2 for decades. The depth of the brine aquifers ranges from 5,000 to 6,000 feet—far below any drinking water reservoirs in the area. Under federal regulations for Class VI wells used for carbon dioxide injection, storage reservoirs must have an adequate upper confining zone. “The Midway Shale is above these formawww.BiodieselMagazine.com

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CCS FRONTIER: While Strategic Biofuels may become the first renewable diesel producer to capture and sequester CO2, the U.S. ethanol industry is aggressively pursuing CCS through pipeline aggregation and independent projects. Marquis Energy, the sixth ethanol producer in North America, has commissioned a 5,000foot sequestration test well (shown here) at the site of its bio-industrial complex in Hennepin, Illinois. PHOTO: MARQUIS ENERGY

tions, and it is very thick and impervious,” Schubert says, adding that the California LCFS requires an additional safeguard—a lower confining zone. “Fortunately, we have that as well. It’s exactly the right geology.” What makes the geologic formation under Louisiana Green Fuels even more attractive is the historic absence of oil and gas production in the area. Schubert says the main “leak path” for sequestered carbon dioxide from deep geologic reservoirs is old, poorly capped wells that penetrate confining zones. “We don’t have that problem,” he says. “The nearest former oil well is nearly four miles away, and our CO2 plume won’t expand that far.” Eventually, the current test well will become a monitoring well, and Strategic 20

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Biofuels plans to drill two or more Class VI sequestration wells on site for redundancy. “If one goes down, we’ll be able to switch over to the other,” Schubert says. The test well data, being managed by consulting partner Geostock Sandia LLC, has proven excellent. “Their analysis indicates that each well would have at least double the CO2 storage capacity needed for the life of the plant,” Schubert says. “You’re looking at a 30-year timeline, and our reservoirs have vastly more capacity than that.” With the expectation of filing for a Class VI well permit this winter, Strategic Biofuels is in the process of pulling together months of test well data—including extensive 3D modeling of the reservoir. Meanwhile, Schubert says, the Louisiana Depart-

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ment of Natural Resources is taking steps to establish primacy over Class VI well permits in the state. “The expectation is that the EPA will grant them that primacy soon,” he says, adding that state oversight should expedite the process. Mineral Rights Louisiana is one of a few states that have established clear laws around “pore rights,” or the rights to sequester CO2 underground. “There are only a handful of states that have even tried to define this,” Schubert says. “It’s an open question in most states. Is it the surface owner? Is it the mineral rights owner? Is it shared? Defining this is a big deal, and Louisiana has done so—establishing that the rights belong to


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the surface owner. The logic is that mineral rights are the right to extract valuable minerals from underground. Sequestration is storing, not extracting.” Securing the pore rights is critical for the success of the project. However, Schubert says that the state legislature was visionary in terms of establishing the framework needed to support CCS projects. “The legislature established that CCS is in the public interest, and therefore established an eminent domain right to acquire the pore rights,” he says. “That’s ultimately very important because it protects the project from being blocked,” he explains, adding that the carbon dioxide plume within the deep geologic space is expected to extend out a 1.5- to 2-mile radius from the injection point over 30 years of operation. “Without eminent domain, someone with even a tiny piece of land above this plume

might be able to prevent the project from being built,” he says. Because there has never been any significant oil or gas production in the Caldwell Parish, the targeted sequestration zone has no current value. Schubert says Strategic Biofuels intends to negotiate a fair market value with surface owners nonetheless. “And if there are people who hold out or make unreasonable demands, we would be able to use eminent domain to acquire the rights to inject CO2 in that deep zone.” Throughout the first and second quarters of 2022, Strategic Biofuels will advance the plant’s engineering design, giving greater clarity to the cost of the project, while applying for the required regulatory permits and putting third-party contracts in place. Schubert believes the plant could be mechanically complete by mid-2025 and in full commercial operation later that year.

Although Strategic Biofuels’ project is not subject to the weather risks that projects closer to Louisiana’s Gulf Coast face, the critical risks all project developers face is derisking economic, schedule and execution risks. “Thomas Edison said there’s a way to do it better … find it! That’s what our team has done,” Schubert says. “We’ve de-risked the project’s economics by drilling the test well first. On top of that, we’ve built a team with deep expertise in wells, forestry, fuels and business, and then brought in industry leading partners to de-risk execution and schedule. Truly a better way to high-margin, carbon-negative fuels.” Author: Tom Bryan Biodiesel Magazine tbryan@bbiinternational.com 701-746-8385

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A year ago, Biodiesel Magazine reported that there were four operational renewable diesel plants in the U.S., including two expanding facilities—producing 90 MMgy and 275 MMgy, respectively, before and while upsizing, plus Marathon’s completed 184 MMgy plant in North Dakota. That impressive 549 million gallons of existing annual capacity, we predicted, would soon be eclipsed by half a dozen more refineries under construction, or, more aptly, reassignment to biofuels production. Our last report conjectured that even with the federal biodiesel tax credit needing renewal at the end of 2022, the value of California’s LCFS credits—and, for obligated parties, reducing RFS/RIN exposure—was incentive enough for most developers to move forward with projects—some massive—involving not just renewable diesel, but sustainable aviation fuel (SAF), renewable naphtha and other coproducts. 22

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That first big wave of construction, we said 12 months ago, represented over 2 billion gallons of biobased-diesel capacity, while a pack of five proposed facilities, waiting in the wings, represented another 3.3 billion gallons of potential capacity. Altogether, the 14 facilities on last year’s list represented nearly 5.5 billion gallons of new or potential capacity, roughly double the output of the 100 or so legacy biodiesel plants in the U.S. fleet at the time. Despite the challenges of the pandemic, renewable diesel’s growth trajectory was not interrupted in 2021. By the end of the year, our renewable diesel/SAF plant list had swelled to 26 facilities—including those that are operational, expanding, under construction and proposed—altogether representing more than 6.6 billion gallons of potential production volume (not including the already established 2.5 billion gallons of conventional biodiesel). But while our renewable diesel plant list grew, the number of operational biodiesel plants in our database decreased by about 30%, to 69

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facilities. It should be noted, however, that Biodiesel Magazine removed plants under 5 MMgy from its annual map and plant list in late 2021 because it had simply become too difficult to verify production at small, community-based facilities that often don’t have websites or on-site personnel able to verify data. At press time in early December, operational renewable diesel volume in North America was estimated at approximately 790 MMgy, with an eye-popping 1.7 billion gallons under expansion (five facilities) and another 1.6 billion gallons under construction


RISING UP: Although Hurricane Ida forced REG to briefly shut down its Geismar, Louisiana, renewable diesel plant in late August, the expansion project there is progressing on schedule. By late 2023, the facility’s capacity will be boosted from 90 MMgy to 340 MMgy. PHOTO: REG

or reconfiguration (nine facilities). Since last year, the number of proposed facilities increased from five to 11, representing about 2.5 billion gallons of potential future production volume. Not surprisingly, California led the way, in terms of existing, expanding and under construction volume with 1.65 billion gallons—nearly 1 billion of which is coming from two massive plant expansions (World Energy and Marathon Petroleum). Louisiana isn’t far behind, though, with over 1 billion in operational and expanding volume represented by existing producers REG and Diamond Green

Diesel. Construction and development timelines vary widely across the industry, with some projects in or near startup and others still 12 to 24 months out from completion. Some projects are envisioned happening in stages, with refinery units being added over time. Here, in alphabetical order, is an overview of the 26 North American renewable diesel projects currently in Biodiesel Magazine’s database.

1. Aemetis Carbon Zero PROPOSED: 45 MMgy Riverbank, California Currently defined as under development, this renewable diesel/SAF project is located at the site of a former U.S. Army ammunition plant in Riverbank, California. The facility will hydrotreat renewable oils from orchard and forestry waste. By coupling renewable electricity (e.g., hydro power) with carbon sequestration, along with carbon-negative hydrogen and low-CI feedstocks, the plant could produce among the lowest carbon intensity renewable jet www.BiodieselMagazine.com

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company announced its proposed renewable diesel plant in early 2021, naming Haldor Topsoe as the facility's technology provider and Gas Liquids Engineering as its engineering firm. The plant would use canola oil as its primary feedstock; Covenant’s president and CEO is part of a fifth-generation canola farming family based in Saskatchewan. Producing SAF is also part of the plan. The company is targeting the end of 2023 for initial production, with plans to ramp up to full-scale in 2024.

proved a plan to retrofit the company’s refinery in Wynnewood, Oklahoma, to produce renewable diesel and naphtha. The project—centered around converting the facility’s hydrocracker unit to renewable diesel production—was expected to be complete in mid-2021, but final steps of the project were delayed due to high feedstock prices earlier in the year. In November, the company said it was ready to complete the conversion work on its hydrocracker and work toward startup in early 2022.

5. CVR Energy Inc. – Wynnewood UNDER CONSTRUCTION: 100 MMgy Wynnewood, Oklahoma In late 2020, CVR Energy Inc. confirmed that its board of directors had ap-

6. CVR Energy Inc. – Coffeyville PROPOSED: 150 MMgy Coffeyville, Kansas While CVR’s Oklahoma biorefinery nears startup, an even larger plant in Kansas is reportedly progressing toward construc-

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tion. In late 2021, the company said engineering work was underway on a conversion project that would allow the Coffeyville facility to produce approximately 150 MMgy of renewable diesel, with an option for up to 25 MMgy of SAF. The company has not provided a timeline for the plant’s conversion and commissioning, but a 12- to 24-month schedule would be typical, once approved for development. 7. Diamond Green Diesel - Norco OPERATIONAL/EXPANSION: 290/675 MMgy Norco, Louisiana Diamond Green Diesel, a joint venture between Darling Ingredients and a subsidiary of Valero Energy Corp., has just finished boosting the refinery’s capacity from 190 MMgy to 690 MMgy. The project was reportedly set for completion by the end of 2021. However, Biodiesel Magazine was unable to confirm whether the refinery’s newest units were online or still in startup, in December. Commissioning was only slightly delayed by Hurricane Ida in late August, as the company took the plant offline temporarily to brace for the storm—without incident. Both the existing and new units of the refinery utilize Honeywell’s Ecofining processing technology.

8. Diamond Green Diesel Port Arthur UNDER CONSTRUCTION: 470 MMgy Port Arthur, Texas Diamond Green Diesel’s second renewable diesel plant in Port Arthur, Texas, continues to progress and is still expected to be operational in the first half of 2023. Development of the 470 MMgy facility would boost Diamond Green Diesel’s annual renewable diesel production capacity to 1.16 billion gallons per year. The two facilities would also be capable of producing a combined 100 MMgy of renewable naphtha. 9. Grön Fuels LLC PROPOSED: 900 MMgy Baton Rouge, Louisiana Grön Fuels LLC is still studying the feasibility of a renewable fuel complex at the Port of Greater Baton Rouge. With eventual expansions and associated projects, the complex could evolve into a $9.2 billion investment over the next decade. Located on the west bank of the Mississippi River near Port Allen, the first phase of construction would involve a capital investment of over $1.25 billion and eventually produce more than 900 MMgy of renewable diesel from soybean oil, corn oil and animal fats, with an option to also produce SAF. The refin-

ery would utilize Haldor Topsoe’s Hydroflex technology and Alfa Laval’s pretreatment platform. 10. Heartwell Renewables (Love’s/Cargill) UNDER CONSTRUCTION: 80 MMgy Hastings, Nebraska In the spring of 2021, the Love’s Family of Companies—which owns a chain of more than 550 travel stops and country stores in the Midwest—announced that it had partnered with Cargill in a 50/50 joint venture to produce and market renewable diesel. The joint venture, called Heartwell Renewables, is being built in Hastings, Nebraska, and will reportedly produce 80 MMgy from predominantly tallow, a rendered animal fat. The early stages of construction began in late 2021 and company officials say the plant could be in operation by early 2023. 11. HollyFrontier Corp. - Artesia UNDER CONSTRUCTION: 110 MMgy Artesia, New Mexico HollyFrontier Corp. announced in mid-2021 that its board of directors had approved a plan to construct a pretreatment unit (PTU) at its Artesia, New Mexico, refinery, enabling the facility to produce ap-

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INDUSTRY proximately 110 MMgy of renewable diesel, and giving the company a total capacity of more than 200 MMgy (see Cheyenne project below). The refiner is reportedly investing as much as $750 million in its renewables business. The Artesia PTU, supplied by Alpha Laval, will process more than 80% of the feedstock for both of HollyFrontier’s renewable diesel plants—Artesia and Cheyenne. The facility is expected to come online in the first quarter of 2022. 12. HollyFrontier Corp. - Cheyenne UNDER CONSTRUCTION: 90 MMgy Cheyenne, Wyoming Along with its New Mexico project, HollyFrontier is also repurposing its Cheyenne, Wyoming, refinery to produce 90 MMgy of renewable diesel. Like the Artesia facility, this project is expected to be complete in the first quarter of 2022. The conversion of the plant to renewable diesel production will result in HollyFrontier ceasing petroleum refining altogether at the Cheyenne unit. 13. Imperial Oil Ltd. (ExxonMobil) PROPOSED: 260 MMgy Edmonton, Alberta In August, Imperial Oil Ltd., a majorityowned Canadian affiliate of ExxonMobil, announced that it is moving forward with plans to construct a 260 MMgy renewable diesel complex at its Strathcona refinery near Edmonton, Alberta. The company stated that regionally sourced feedstocks will be used, and also indicated that blue hydrogen—that is, hydrogen produced from natural gas with carbon capture and storage—would be used in the process with a proprietary catalyst. No updates on the possible start of construction were available, but the company has stated that it expects the plant to be operational by 2024.

in “Going Low in Louisiana” on page 16, Strategic Biofuels has successfully completed critical test well stratigraphic analysis necessary to obtaining a permit for a class VI carbon capture and storage (CCS) injection well. According to developers, CCS will make the renewable diesel produced at this facility—made from commercial forest waste—ultra-low carbon (with an estimated LCFS carbon intensity, or CI, of negative 238). The project cost is projected to be as much as $1.5 billion. The company will continue working on project engineering and permitting throughout 2022, and expects the facility to be built and mechanically complete by mid-2025. 15. Marathon Petroleum - Dickinson OPERATIONAL: 184 MMgy Dickinson, North Dakota Marathon’s renewable diesel refinery in North Dakota has been up and running for about a year, reaching full capacity in July and reportedly producing at or above nameplate capacity (184-190 MMgy) during the second half of 2021 (read more in “Where Oil and Ag Mix,” page 12). The refinery consumes pretreated feedstock from a biodiesel plant Marathon purchased in 2020, the 50 MMgy Duonix biodiesel plant in Beatrice, Nebraska, which was idled in 2019 by its previous owner. Marathon is using that facility to aggregate and pretreat feedstocks such as distillers corn oil, soybean oil and rendered fats, before shipping them up to North Dakota as a ready-made renewable diesel input. Once ADM's soybean crushing facility under construction in Spiritwood, North Dakota, is complete, the Marathon facility will also utilize soybean oil as a feedstock. The plant utilizes Haldor Topsoe’s HydroFlex processing technology. 16. Marathon Petroleum - Martinez UNDER CONSTRUCTION: 260 MMgy Martinez, California In late 2021, Marathon reported that the detailed engineering and permitting work on its Martinez conversion is progressing on schedule, and an environmental impact report on the project was released to the public in October. While the facility was not officially under construction at press time, its

14. Louisiana Green Fuels (Strategic Biofuels) PROPOSED: 34 MMgy Caldwell Parish, Louisiana While construction of this northern Louisiana renewable diesel plant has not commenced, critical work has. As reported BIODIESEL MAGAZINE 2022 WINTER EDITION 26 l

biofuels realignment has likely already started, hence its status on our list. According to Marathon, this facility could ultimately produce as much as 730 MMgy by the end of 2023, but it is listed here as a 260 MMgy plant, based on its initial targeted volume expected in the second half of 2022. It will process primarily animal fats, soybean oil and distillers corn oil. 17. Montana Renewables LLC (Calumet) UNDER CONSTRUCTION: 150 MMgy Great Falls, Montana In late 2021, Calumet Specialty Products Partners L.P. announced that it had secured a key permit for its renewable diesel project in Great Falls, Montana, allowing work to begin ahead of schedule. Also, the company recently secured critical financing for the project. Work is reportedly under way—a ribbon-cutting to launch the project, with the governor of Montana in attendance, was held in August. Conversion of the existing refinery is expected to be complete in 2022, with operations scheduled to begin in the second quarter of the year. 18. Next Renewable Fuels Inc. PROPOSED: 500 MMgy Clatskanie, Oregon While this project has not been in the news in 2021, records with the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality indicate that a public meeting was scheduled as recently as September related to air and water quality permitting, indicating that the project is still active. Next Renewable Fuels is a proposed renewable diesel plant near Clatskanie, Oregon, with a projected $1 billion price tag. If approved and constructed, the refinery would initially be capable of producing more than 500 MMgy of advanced biofuels, later growing to more than 750 MMgy. The feedstock-agnostic refinery would utilize white and brown grease, animal tallow, soy oil and a variety of vegetable oils. Both the feedstock and the outgoing biofuel would be transported to and from the refinery by ship, through the Port of Columbia’s Port Westward Industrial Park.


ROAD TO RENEWABLES: In late 2021, Marathon reported that detailed engineering and permitting work on its Martinez, California, renewable diesel project was progressing on schedule. The facility is expected to produce 260 MMgy by late 2022 and, potentially, 730 MMgy by the end of 2023. PHOTO: MARATHON

19. PBF Chalmette Refinery PROPOSED: 300 MMgy Chalmette, Louisiana PBF Energy, a large, independent petroleum refiner, announced in early 2021 that it is evaluating the feasibility of a renewable diesel project at its existing refinery in Chalmette, Louisiana. The plant would be wellpositioned on the Gulf Coast with access to water, rail and truck logistics. The refinery also has an idled hydrocracker unit in place— and ample supply of hydrogen—making the plant capable of processing any renewable feedstock at industry-leading speed and cost, a company spokesperson said. The company is prepared to make a $550 million capital investment in the retrofit. A final investment decision is expected in the coming months. Honeywell’s Ecofining technology has been selected for the proposed project. 20. ReadiFuels - Iowa LLC PROPOSED: 36 MMgy Manly, Iowa Chevron Lummus Global LLC and Applied Research Associates Inc. announced in June that the companies have been awarded

a technology contract by ReadiFuels-Iowa LLC for their renewable diesel and SAF project in north-central Iowa. The scope of the project includes the technology license, basic engineering, catalyst supply and proprietary equipment. The technology that the two companies have jointly developed is expected to help ReadiFuels-Iowa produce sustainable aviation fuel, renewable diesel and renewable naphtha. The plant will process used cooking oil and distillers corn oil, as well as some yellow grease, brown grease, animal fats and nonfood energy crop oils. Construction could start by mid-2022, with an estimated completion date in late 2023 or early 2024. 21. Phillips 66 - Rodeo Renewed OPERATIONAL/EXPANSION: 120/800 MMgy Rodeo, California In mid-2020, Phillips 66 announced its intention to reconfigure its refinery in Rodeo, California (near San Francisco), to produce a variety of renewable fuels. The plant will no longer produce fuels from crude oil, switching entirely to biobased

inputs: used cooking oil, fats, greases and soybean oil. This past summer, the company announced the hydrotreater conversion at the refinery had reached full capacity. The facility can produce up to 8,000 barrels per day of renewable diesel, equivalent to approximately 120 MMgy. Subject to permitting and approvals, full conversion of the refinery is expected to be complete in early 2024. The conversion project will boost the facility’s renewable fuel production capacity to 50,000 barrels per day, or approximately 800 MMgy. The refiner is using Haldor Topsoe’s HydroFlex technology. 22. REG Geismar LLC OPERATIONAL/EXPANSION: 90/340 MMgy Geismar, Louisiana Although an emergency shutdown in advance of Hurricane Ida in late August resulted in two weeks of unplanned downtime at REG’s plant in Geismar, Louisiana, activity there was full steam ahead at press time. The storm caused no material damage to the refinery and did not delay the expansion project currently underway. The project www.BiodieselMagazine.com

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INDUSTRY will result in the addition of 250 MMgy of production capacity to the facility, boosting its annual volume to about 340 MMgy. A groundbreaking ceremony for the expansion was held Oct. 14, although work began months earlier. Current plans call for the Geismar facility to continue to produce renewable diesel, but SAF is also being considered. The project is expected to reach mechanical completion in late 2023, at a total cost of about $825 million. 23. Ryze Renewables - Las Vegas PROPOSED: 100 MMgy Las Vegas, Nevada In 2020, Biodiesel Magazine reported that Ryze Renewables had two projects under development in Nevada, one near Las Vegas and another in Reno. We reported in 2021 that the company had sold the Reno project—a 50 MMgy facility—and was focusing exclusively on the development of its 100 MMgy refinery in Las Vegas (at the former site of Biodiesel of Las Vegas). The project is located on a developed 14-acre property that includes utilities, operation buildings and tanks setup to process fuel products. At press time in December, additional information (i.e., beyond what was reported last year) was not available. Note: this project was listed as under construction in 2021 but is now listed as proposed due to the uncertainty of its status.

THE LONG VIEW: Near San Francisco, Phillips 66 is expanding its Rodeo refinery to produce renewable diesel and other biofuels from used cooking oil, fats, greases and soybean oil. Already producing 120 MMgy, the facility is expected to grow its annual output to 800 MMgy by early 2024. PHOTO: PHILLIPS 66

sel production capabilities. The plant was originally expected to be running by the end of 2021, so an early 2022 startup seems likely. 25. Vertex Energy Inc. PROPOSED: 150 MMgy Mobile, Alabama In mid-2021, Vertex announced it had entered into an agreement to acquire an oil refinery in Mobile, Alabama. The company plans to convert a portion of the facility to renewable diesel production. Vertex reportedly paid $75 million to acquire the refinery and plans to complete an $85 million upgrade of its hydrocracking unit by the end of 2022, enabling production of about 150 MMgy of renewable diesel. By mid-2023, Vertex plans to expand the refinery’s capacity to 200 MMgy. Notably, the facility will continue to produce conventional petroleum fuels.

24. Seaboard Energy UNDER CONSTRUCTION: 85 MMgy Hugoton, Kansas Seaboard Energy, already a producer of biodiesel and ethanol, made a strong move into renewable diesel in 2021, announcing that it would leverage existing infrastructure at the site of a beleaguered cellulosic ethanol plant in Hugoton, Kansas, to build an 85 MMgy renewable diesel plant. The facility will also produce about 8.5 million gallons of renewable naphtha. The renewable fuels will be primarily derived from local animal 26. World Energy - Paramount fats and vegetable oils. Seaboard purchased OPERATIONAL/EXPANSION: the facility and the surrounding 800 acres 50/360 MMgy in early 2019 and has since recommissioned Paramount, California portions of the idle assets while simultaneWorld Energy, which owns four bioously building out greenfield renewable die- diesel plants in the U.S. and one in Canada, BIODIESEL MAGAZINE 2022 WINTER EDITION 28 l

acquired the Paramount refinery, near Los Angeles, in 2018, making a reported $350 million investment to fully convert the facility to renewable diesel production. While running at about 50 MMgy now, the company is expanding the plant to produce 360 MMgy of renewable diesel, SAF, renewable military fuel, renewable naphtha and other products. The refinery is on a 65-acre complex that includes product storage tanks and truck and rail loading and unloading facilities. The expansion is scheduled for completion in 2023. Author: Tom Bryan Biodiesel Magazine tbryan@bbiinternational.com 701-746-8385


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Tailor-Made Biodiesel Plants Armed with extensive experience in international plant construction and design, BDI-BioEnergy International GmbH has high standards when it comes to innovation, product quality and environmental values. With 70-plus projects globally and more than 320 patents, the Austria-based company says its tailor-made biodiesel plants produce high-quality fuel that meets the strictest standards. The company’s range of offerings includes all key services for the customer, from the development of new processes, scale-up, front-end, basic and detail engineering to plant construction, as well as commissioning and training of plant operators. The cornerstone of the company’s business model is its Repeatable Catalyst technology, or RepCAT, an environmentally friendly biodiesel manufacturing process with a recyclable catalyst. RepCAT: Recycling High-Risk Fats Like many of BDI’s patented technologies, RepCAT is the result of long-term collaboration with local Styrian universities, which include the University of Technology in Graz and the University of Graz. Major benefits include utilization of a wide range of biodiesel feedstocks, including residual and waste materials; elimination of byproduct processing costs; as well as the ability to reuse catalysts, improving the quality of both the biodiesel and glycerin. In April 2021, the company reached a milestone regarding its technology: BDI’s research team succeeded in gaining approval from European Food Safety Agency to use the RepCAT process for the utilization of high-risk fat materials, an achievement based on joint trials with the University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf. Now, the RepCAT process can be used to produce high-quality biodiesel from highly contaminated animal fats that pose a risk to the environment. “This success reflects our constant efforts to not only provide the best technical solution for our customers, but also to positively influence the economic framework of biodiesel production so that our customers 30

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can generate a market advantage over their competitors,” says Markus Dielacher, BDI CEO. RetroFit: One-Stop-Shop for Plant Optimization In cases that a biodiesel plant was not engineered or built by BDI, they can still be optimized through the company’s proprietary RetroFit program. BDI has performed dozens of retrofits across the world, plant optimization projects that involved numerous steps, from initial plant evaluation, cost estimates, pre-engineering and feasibility studies, to implementation, commissioning, and aftersales service. BDI is currently building three largescale industrial biodiesel plants in the U.S. and Europe, which will be based on the RepCAT technology. One of those projects is Cargill’s multiwaste- and residues-based biodiesel plant, located at its existing integrated oilseeds crush and Bioro biodiesel site in Gent, Belgium. The $150 million project will be the first plant in Europe capable of processing all types of liquid waste oils and fats, including byproducts from food processing and food industry waste. The plant will have a production capacity of 115,000

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tons of biodiesel annually, and is scheduled to come online in June 2022. The ongoing development of new technologies has always been an essential component of BDI’s corporate philosophy, and to further drive that initiative, the company has established its own consulting department, GreenTech Solutions. Equipped with high-end engineering competencies and supported by state-of-the-art test laboratory and pilot facilities facilities, an interdisciplinary team of experts offers services in all phases of the technological development, from concept to market. BDI’s development and progress have been driven by research, a core activity of the company. For over a decade, BDI has been examining algae as a sustainable energy source. Using in-house developed cultivation technology at a production site in Hartberg, BDI-BioLife Science GmbH manufactures natural premium algal recyclables that are distributed globally for use in the nutritional supplement and cosmetics industries. But the company doesn’t plan to stop there. “We have still have a few tricks up our sleeve,” adds Wilhelm Hammer, founder of BDI. “With a new intelligent recycling technology, we’ll wage war against plastic trash.”


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THE PATH FORWARD FOR HEMP RENEWABLE FUELS BY ROGER FORD

A decade ago, the U.S. biodiesel and renewable diesel industry passed a significant milestone—crossing the billion-gallon production threshold. Within four

years, the industry had doubled production, surpassing 2 billion gallons. This growth in production has enabled the industry to meet the federal Renewable Fuel Standard, while creating more job opportunities and building a solid foundation for sustainable fuel production into the future. Driven by a greater focus on federal and state targets and conversion of petroleum refineries to alternative fuel refining (including biodiesel and renewable diesel), U.S. production capacity is projected to increase into 2024. The future is bright for the biofuel and renewable diesel industry. As the industry continues this robust push to a more sustainable future—integrating biofuels and renewable fuels into the broader energy market— we create an energy transition, or a paradigm shift, into a more energy integrated future. With that, we must consider a pathway that ensures that this shift secures viable and affordable feedstock for sustained growth in the market that keeps pricing competitive. Enter hemp into this conversation. In the hemp industry, much anecdotal evidence is presented, with as much conjecture, as to hemp’s potential as a biomass feedstock for a range of energy products, including biodiesel and renewable diesel. For several decades, hemp advocates have argued in support of hemp-based energy—ranging

from pellets to advanced biofuels. If you have been in the hemp universe for exceptionally long, you have realized that hemp is both a functional and versatile plant. In 2013, Forbes Magazine ran a piece by Logan Yonavjak that stated hemp could produce approximately 25,000 products. But it likely also did not take long to realize that being in the hemp universe requires great focus to avoid being drawn off on many tangents when it comes to developing hemp-based products, including energy products. In 1990, investigative journalist Hugh Downs of ABC’s 20/20 discussed the potential for hemp as a feedstock for energy. He found hemp could be used for energy production, such as methane, which can be readily refined to a synthesis biodiesel product, as well as biodiesel from the refined seed oil, a nearly sulfur-free product that is easily blended with petroleum diesel or used as 100% biofuel. In fact, Downs’s report stated that hemp could account for up to 90% of world’s energy needs, reducing reliance on petroleum-based fuels. Downs further said, “When Rudolph Diesel produced his famous engine in 1896, he assumed that the diesel engine would be powered by a variety of fuels, especially vegetable and seed oils. Rudolph Diesel, like most engineers then, believed vegetable fuels were superior to petroleum. Hemp is the most efficient vegetable. In the 1930s, Ford Motor Company also saw a future in biomass fuels. Ford operated a successful biomass conversion plant, that included hemp, at their Iron Mountain facility in Michigan. Ford engineers extracted

methanol, charcoal fuel, tar, pitch, ethylacetate and creosote. All fundamental ingredients for modern industry and now supplied by oil-related industries.” Besides the environmental benefits, being clean and cheap in their life cycle costs, biofuels have the obvious benefit of being renewable as opposed to petroleum-based fuels. Hemp’s properties have the potential to spur tremendous biofuel production—especially biodiesel and sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). Its per-acre yield of fiber and grain varieties, as well as its varietal adaptability to varying climates and soils, make the hemp plant a worthy candidate for consideration in the production of biofuels. It is this factor that makes hemp an attractive bioenergy crop. Its versatility aside, a key consideration in developing hemp as an input for energy production is the ability to generate revenue from multiple outputs. Whether using a fiber or grain variety, hemp can be effectively processed to produce dual revenues, such fiber for textiles or composite materials, materials for energy production, or grain for human or animal products and energy production. This strengthens the economic case for farmers, giving them two revenue benefits and not just one. The economic case is further strengthened when one considers the benefits that hemp brings to the carbon capture and sequestration market.

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The carbon capture properties of hemp have been shown to far exceed any of the more traditional pathways to the management of atmospheric carbon, as hemp exceeds trees in its ability to absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. A November 2021 article published by the National Hemp Growers Cooperative discusses research at Cambridge University that shows that “…hemp is twice as effective as trees in capturing atmospheric carbon, meaning the potential market for hemp as a crop that not only can produce sustainable materials and renewable energy but also for carbon sequestration is potentially better than other crops and trees.” Darshil Shah, senior researcher at Cambridge University's Centre for National Material Innovation, has written numerous studies that suggest hemp is one of the best CO2-to-biomass converters. It absorbs between 8 and 15 tons of biomass per hectare (approximately 4 to 7.5 tons of CO2 per acre), depending on the variety of hemp and method in which it is cultivated. That is in comparison to forestry-based carbon capture, which typically captures between 2 and 6 tons of carbon per hectare (1 to 3 tons per acre), depending on the type of trees and growing conditions. If one accounts for the monetized value of managing atmospheric carbon, the farm-

er is benefitted even more in their activities. The “layered approach” to building revenue for the farmer is one that builds a stronger case for expansion of hemp production globally. Ford The economic and environmental case for hemp is growing stronger. The efforts of Eureka Energy Corp. and the National Hemp Growers Cooperative in their recently announced strategic partnership are focused on strengthening rural economic development by working with hemp farmers in the U.S. and globally. As a company, Eureka is partnering with the NHGC to build a supply chain for hemp that leads to bioenergy production, focused on biodiesel and SAF. Our project development efforts currently are ongoing in Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, the Dominican Republic, Ecuador and Paraguay. The basis for this is the incorporation of hemp for biodiesel derived from renewable natural gas. Our business model focuses on building farming networks to supply facilities that process hemp for dual crops, such as fiber and grain use. The biomass byproducts range up to 80% of the overall yield per acre,

to be gasified and refined into biodiesel or SAF. With duality in revenue and the addition of carbon credit monetization, farmers will realize robust revenue from their activities. It is our desire to build real wealth for farmers and aid in the restoration of rural economies, while fulfilling market demand for biofuels. Our commitment to creating a sustainable supply chain from seed to fuel is only enhanced by a front-end design of farming practices and plant operations that reduce carbon footprints and capture up to 100% of the CO2 being produced in the operations of our energy facilities. The future holds immense potential for bioenergy, especially biodiesel and SAF, and hemp will be a key component in that bioenergy future. Its crop yield, climate versatility and soil adaptability all make hemp a cash crop that can rebuild, restore and rejuvenate rural economies, make national energy consumption more independent and secure, and chart a course for the environment that ensures a more sustainable future.

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Biodiesel & Renewable Diesel/SAF Plants Biodiesel Plants Plant Name

City & State/Province

Capacity (MMgy)

Feedstock

Plant Name

City & State/Province

Capacity (MMgy)

Feedstock

Ag Processing Inc. - Algona

Algona

IA

60.00

Soy Oil

New Leaf Biofuel LLC

San Diego

CA

12.00

Yellow Grease

Ag Processing Inc. - Sergeant Bluff

Sergeant Bluff

IA

60.00

Soy Oil

Newport Biodiesel Inc.

Newport

RI

8.00

Yellow Grease

Ag Processing Inc. - St. Joseph

St. Joseph

MO

30.00

Soy Oil

Owensboro Grain Biodiesel LLC

Owensboro

KY

45.00

Agron Bioenergy (Western Iowa Energy)

Watsonville

CA

15.00

Multi-Feedstock

Pacific Biodiesel

Kea`au

HI

5.00

Multi-Feedstock

RBF Port Neches, LLC

Port Neches

TX

180.00

Multi-Feedstock

REG Albert Lea LLC

Albert Lea

MN

30.00

High and Low FFA

REG Danville LLC

Danville

IL

REG Grays Harbor LLC

Hoquiam

WA

100.00

REG Madison LLC

DeForest

WI

20.00

High and Low FFA

REG Mason City LLC

Mason City

IA

30.00

High and Low FFA

REG Newton LLC

Newton

IA

30.00

High and Low FFA

REG Ralston LLC

Ralston

IA

30.00

Low FFA

Soy Oil

American GreenFuels LLC

New Haven

CT

40.00

Used Cooking Oil, Animal Fats

Archer Daniels Midland Co. - Deerfield

Deerfield

MO

50.00

Soy Oil

Archer Daniels Midland Co. - Lloydminster

Lloydminster

AB

70.00

Canola Oil

Archer Daniels Midland Co. - Velva

Velva

ND

85.00

Canola Oil

Bioenergy Development Group

Memphis

TN

40.00

Multi-Feedstock

Canary Biofuels

Lethbridge

AB

40.00

Multi-Feedstock

Cargill - Iowa Falls

Iowa Falls

IA

56.00

Soy Oil

REG Seneca LLC

Seneca

IL

60.00

High and Low FFA

Cargill - Kansas City

Kansas City

MO

56.00

Soy Oil

Rio Valley Biofuels LLC

El Paso

TX

17.00

Multi-Feedstock

Cargill - Wichita

Wichita

KS

60.00

Soy Oil

Scott Petroleum Corp. (C&S Fuels)

Greenville

MS

20.00

Multi-Feedstock

Cincinnati Renewable Fuels (Marathon)

Cincinnati

OH

91.00

Soy Oil

Seaboard Energy Missouri LLC

St. Joseph

MO

30.00

Community Fuels (American Biodiesel Inc.)

Stockton

CA

22.00

Multi-Feedstock

Corn Oil/Animal Fats/Waste Vegetable Oil/FOG

Crimson Renewable Energy LP

Bakersfield

CA

36.00

Multi-Feedstock

Seaboard Energy Oklahoma LLC

Guymon

OK

45.00

Animal Fats

Delek Renewables - Cleburne

Cleburne

TX

12.00

Multi-Feedstock

OR

17.00

Used Cooking Oil

Crossett

AR

15.00

Multi-Feedstock

SeQuential (Crimson Renewable Energy)

Salem

Delek Renewables - Crossett Delek Renewables - New Albany

New Albany

MS

7.50

Soy Oil

SMES Dublin LLC

East Dublin

GA

7.00

Helena

AR

40.00

Multi-Feedstock

45.00

High and Low FFA Low FFA

Brown Grease

Express Grain Oil Mill

Greenwood

MS

20.00

Soy Oil

Solfuels USA LLC

FutureFuel Chemical Company

Batesville

AR

59.00

Multi-Feedstock

Stepan Co. - Joliet

Joliet

IL

21.00

Soy Oil

Waste Vegetable Oil, Tallow

Verbio Diesel Canada Corp.

Welland

ON

45.00

Canola Oil, Soy Oil

Virginia Biodiesel Refinery LLC

West Point

VA

5.00

Used Cooking Oil/ Poultry Grease/ Soy Oil

W2Fuel - Adrian

Adrian

MI

15.00

Soy Oil

W2Fuel - Crawfordsville

Crawfordsville

IA

10.00

Soy Oil

Walsh BioFuels LLC

Mauston

WI

5.00

Western Dubuque Biodiesel LLC

Farley

IA

33.00

Soy Oil/Tallow/ Canola Oil/Refined Corn Oil/Refined WCO

Genuine Bio-Fuel Inc.

Indiantown

FL

9.00

Green Biofuels Miami LLC

Miami

FL

7.00

Used Cooking Oil

Green Energy Biofuel (GEB3)

Warrenville

SC

40.00

Multi-Feedstock

Hero BX - Clinton

Clinton

IA

10.00

Soy Oil/Corn Oil/ Animal Fats

Hero BX - Erie

Erie

PA

50.00

Multi-Feedstock

Distillers Corn Oil

Hero BX - Moundville

Moundville

AL

20.00

Multi-Feedstock

Imperial Western Products Inc. (Biotane)

Coachella

CA

10.00

Multi-Feedstock

Incobrasa Industries Ltd.

Gilman

IL

44.00

Soy Oil

Western Iowa Energy LLC

Wall Lake

IA

45.00

Multi-Feedstock

Innoltek Inc.

Saint-Jeansur-Richelieu

QC

5.00

Multi-Feedstock

White Mountain Biodiesel LLC

North Haverhill

NH

6.50

Multi-Feedstock

Iowa Renewable Energy LLC

Washington

IA

30.00

Multi-Feedstock

World Energy - Hamilton

Hamilton

ON

18.00

Multi-Feedstock

Lakeview Biodiesel LLC

Moberly

MO

10.00

Multi-Feedstock

World Energy - Harrisburg

Camp Hill

PA

45.00

Multi-Feedstock

Soy Oil

World Energy - Houston

Galena Park

TX

90.00

Multi-Feedstock

World Energy - Natchez

Natchez

MS

72.00

Vegetable Oil

World Energy - Rome

Rome

GA

18.00

Multi-Feedstock

Louis Dreyfus Agricultural Industries LLC

Claypool

IN

88.00

Mid-America Biofuels

Mexico

MO

50.00

Soy Oil

Minnesota Soybean Processors

Brewster

MN

41.00

Soy Oil

Total Operational

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Source: Biodiesel Magazine / BBI International PLANT MAP DATA AS OF NOVEMBER 2021 NOTE: Operational includes temporarily idled plants and those producing intermittently. Facilities under 5 MMgy are no longer listed, and those with an unknown status, known closure or repositioning, have also been removed. If you would like to add your plant or have any questions or comments, please send an email to Tom Bryan, Biodiesel Magazine, at tbryan@bbiinternational.com.

Operational | Under Construction | Expansion | Proposed

Renewable Diesel/SAF Plants Plant Name

City & State/Province

Aemetis

Riverbank

Capacity (MMgy)

CA

45 230

Capacity (MMgy)

Feedstock

Plant Name

City & State/Province

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Imperial Oil (ExxonMobil)

Edmonton

AB

260

Camelina

Louisiana Green Fuels (Strategic Biofuels)

Caldwell Parish

LA

32

Wood Waste

Marathon Petroleum - Dickinson Refinery

Dickinson

ND

184

Soy Oil, DCO

Multi-Feedstock

Marathon Petroleum - Martinez Refinery

Martinez

CA

260

Multi-Feedstock

Montana Renewables (Calumet)

Great Falls

MT

150

Canola Oil

Next Renewable Fuels Inc.

Clatskanie

OR

500

Multi-Feedstock

PBF Energy Inc. - Chalmette Refinery

Chalmette

LA

300

Multi-Feedstock

Phillips 66 - Rodeo

Rodeo

CA

120/800

Multi-Feedstock

REG Geismar, LLC

Geismar

LA

90/340

Multi-Feedstock

Feedstock Multi-Feedstock

Bakersfield Renewable Fuels (GCEH)

Bakersfield

CA

BP - Cherry Point Refinery

Blaine

WA

ReadiFuels-Iowa LLC

Sioux Center

IA

36

UCO, DCO

Covenant Energy Ltd.

Estevan

SK

80

Canola Oil

CVR Energy Inc. - Wynnewood

Wynnewood

OK

100

Multi-Feedstock

CVR Energy Inc. - Coffeyville

Coffeyville

KS

150

Multi-Feedstock

Diamond Green Diesel - Norco

Norco

LA

290/690

Animal Fat/UCO

Diamond Green Diesel - Port Arthur

Port Arthur

TX

470

Multi-Feedstock

Gron Fuel LLC

Baton Rouge

LA

900

Multi-Feedstock

Ryze Renewables Las Vegas

Las Vegas

NV

100

Multi-Feedstock

Heartwell Renewables (Love's/Cargill)

Hastings

NE

80

Tallow

Seaboard Energy

Hugoton

KS

85

Multi-Feedstock

Vertex Energy Inc.

Mobile

AL

150

Multi-Feedstock

HollyFrontier Corp. - Artesia

Artesia

NM

110

Multi-Feedstock

World Energy - Paramount

Paramount

CA

50/360

Multi-Feedstock

HollyFronteir Corp. - Cheyenne

Cheyenne

WY

90

Multi-Feedstock

55/110

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Associations/Organizations / Biodiesel Production

Associations/Organizations Savage Associates, Inc. 1691 Route 206 Bedminster, NJ 07921 Brian Savage, Project Manager Phone (908-234-1216) brians@savageassociatesinc.com savageassociatesinc.com Advanced Biofuels USA 507 North Bentz Street Frederick, MD 21701 Joanne Ivancic, Executive Director Phone (301-644-1395) info@advancedbiofuelsusa.org www.advancedbiofuelsusa.org Association Quality Management Biodiesel-AGQM Biodiesel e.V. Am Weidendamm 1A Berlin 10117 Germany Richard Wicht, Manager Phone (49-30-726-259-80) Fax (49-30-726-259-85) info@agqm-biodiesel.de www.agqm-biodiesel.com California Advanced Biofuels Alliance (CABA) 1415 L Street, Suite 460 Sacramento, CA 95814 Rebecca Baskins, Executive Director Phone (916-743-8935) rebecca@caadvancedbiofuelsalliance.org www.caadvancedbiofuelsalliance.org

Cooling Technology Institute (CTI) PO Box 681807 3845 Cypress Creek Parkway, Suite 420 (77068) Houston, TX 77268 Jalene Fritz, Membership Committee Vice Chair Phone (970-593-8637) Fax (281-537-1721) jfritz@tpitx.com www.cti.org Diesel Technology Forum 5300 Westview Drive, Suite 308 Frederick, MD 21703 Allen Schaeffer, Executive Director Phone (301-668-7230) dtf@dieselforum.org www.dieselforum.org Ecostrat, Inc. 60 St. Clair Avenue East #404 Toronto, ON M4T 1N5 Canada Alan Peranson, Director of Business Development Phone (416-456-0466) alan@ecostrat.com ecostrat.com Hemp Fuel Group, LLC 12952 Clemson Drive Corona, CA 92880 Eduardo Herrera, Co-Founder Phone (951-741-7713) hempfuelgroup@gmail.com www.hempfuelgroup.com IKA Works, Inc. 2635 Northchase Parkway Southeast Wilmington, NC 28405 Lindsey Carter, Marketing Manager Phone (910-452-7059) lindsey.carter@ika.net www.ikausa.com

Illinois Soybean Association 1605 Commerce Parkway Bloomington, IL 61704 Claire Weinzierl, Communications Manager Phone (309-585-6318) weinzierlc@ilsoy.org www.ilsoy.org Minnesota Biodiesel Council 151 Saint Andrews Court, Suite 710 Mankato, MN 56001 Mike Youngerberg, Executive Director Phone (507-388-1635) Fax (507-388-6751) mike@agmgmtsolutions.com www.mnbiodiesel.com Minnesota Clean Cities Coalition 490 Concordia Avenue St. Paul, MN 55103 Lisa Thurstin, Director Phone (651-223-9568) lisa.thurstin@lung.org www.cleanairchoice.org National Biodiesel Board PO Box 104898 Jefferson City, MO 65110 Liz McCune, Director of Communications Phone (800-841-5849) info@biodiesel.org www.biodiesel.org National Corn Growers Association 632 Cepi Drive Chesterfield, MO 63005 Melanie Gibson, Executive Assistant Phone (636-733-5513) gibson@ncga.com www.ncga.com

New Composite Partners 317 North Main Street Edgerton, WI 53534 Ron Hagemann, CEO Phone (608-561-1204) info@newcompositepartners.net www.newcompositepartners.net North Dakota Clean Cities Coalition 490 Concordia Avenue St. Paul, MN 55103 Carlie Koberstine, Coordinator Phone (651-337-5096) carlie.koberstine@lung.org www.cleanairchoice.org Orthodox Union 11 Broadway New York, NY 10004 Abraham Juravel, Technical Services Phone (212-613-8396) Fax (212-613-8396) juravela@ou.org www.oukosher.org Renewable Energy Institute 31190 Canadalle Cyuga Cathedral City, CA 92234 Monty Goodell, Executive Director Phone (512-772-3500) info@renewablenaturalgas.com www.renewablenaturalgas.com TN Soybean Promotion Council 100 Executive Drive Jackson, TN 38305 Parks Wells, CEO Phone (731-234-1697) pwells@tnsoybeans.org tnsoybeans.org

Biodiesel Production Existing Producers

Pacific Biodiesel 40 Hobron Avenue Kahului, HI 96732 Jenna Long, Director of Operations Phone (808-877-3144) jenna@biodiesel.com www.biodiesel.com

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Ag Processing, Inc. 12700 West Dodge Road Omaha, NE 68103 Courtney Lawrenson, Senior Director of Renewable Fuels Phone (402-431-5056) clawrenson@agp.com www.agp.com American Biodiesel dba Community Fuels 809-C Snedeker Avenue Stockton, CA 95203 Bryan Yeh, President & CEO Phone (760-042-9306) bryany@communityfuels.com www.communityfuels.com

Bluegrass Biofuels, LLC 175 David Pribble Drive Falmouth, KY 41040 Josh Krieg, General Manager Phone (859-951-1070) josh.krieg@bluegrassbiofuels.com bluegrassbiofuels.com CEM Machine, Inc. 571 West End Avenue Carthage, NY 13619 Mark Robinson, Chief Product Officer Phone (315-493-4258) Fax (315-493-4236) sales@cem-machine.com www.cem-machine.com

Cielo Waste Solutions Bridge View Place II 5114 58th Street, Suite 115 Red Deer, AB T4N 2L8 Canada Don Allan, President & CEO Phone (403-348-2972) donallan@cielows.com cielows.com Eco Green Fuels Pvt., Ltd. No. 252, Road No. 1, Phase 2 Vasantnarsapur Industrial Area, Kora Hobli Tumkur, Karnataka 572102 India Julesh Bantia, Founder & CEO Phone (91-9886082899) bantia@ecogreenfuels.in www.ecogreenfuels.in


Biodiesel Production / Chemicals & Additives

Biodiesel Production ExcelVite Sdn. Bhd. Lot 56442, 7 1/2 Mile Jalan Ipoh/Chemor Chemor, Perak 31200 Malaysia WH Leong, CEO Phone (0060-05-2014192) info@excelvite.com www.evbiodiesel.com

Thumb BioEnergy, LLC 155 Orval Street Sandusky, MI 48471 Alex Ritter, Vice President of Operations Phone (810-404-2466) aritter@thumbbioenergy.com www.thumbbioenergy.com

Wilson Biofuels, LLC 1724 Baldree Road South Wilson, NC 27893 Irshad Ahmed, President & CEO Phone (617-955-0020) Fax (201-843-8010) iahmed@wilsonbiofuels.com www.wilsonbiofuels.com

Greenergy USA, Inc. 9 Greenway Plaza, Suite 1260 Houston, TX 77046 David Shiflett, Director Phone: (832-831-8887) david.shiflett@greenergy.com www.greenergy.com

Vance Bioenergy Sdn. Bhd. PLO 668/669, Jalan Keluli 5 Kawasan Perindustrian Pasir Gudang, Johor 81700 Malaysia Tian Ching Long, Director Phone (65-6337-8303) Fax (65-6337-8177) biodiesel@vancebioenergy.com www.vancebioenergy.com

Future Producers

Loyola University Chicago 6349 North Kenmore Avenue Chicago, IL 60660 Zach Waickman, Biodiesel Lab Manager Phone (773-508-8852) zwaickm@luc.edu www.luc.edu/biodiesel Seaboard Energy 9000 West 67th Street Shawnee Mission, KS 66202 Jessica Humphrey, Sales & Supply Chain Manager Phone (913-671-6618) jessica.humphrey@seaboardenergy.com seaboardenergy.com

VERBIO North America Corporation 17199 North Laurel Park Drive Suite 320 Livonia, MI 48152 Rand Dueweke, Vice President & Director of Compliance Phone (866-306-4777) rand.dueweke@verbio.us www.verbio.us Walsh Bio Fuels, LLC N3092 Hwy 12&16 Mauston, WI 53948 Dave Walsh, Manager Phone (608-847-6869) davewbf@mwwb.net walshbiofuel.com

Auris BioEnergy, Inc. 245 First Street, Suite 1800 Cambridge, MA 02142 Irshad Ahmed, President & CEO Phone (617-955-0020) Fax (201-843-8010) iahmed@aurisbioenergy.com www.aurisbioenergy.com CF Technologies, Inc. 1 Westinghouse Plaza, Suite D101 Hyde Park, MA 02136 Jessica Sweeney, Vice President Phone (617-364-2500) jessica@cftechnologies.com cftechnologies.com

LRE Petroleum Private Limited Level 3, The Oberoi Centre DLF Cyber City, DLF Phase 2 Haryana, Gurgoan India Ekas Barara, Director Phone (78-648-20786) Fax (78-648-20786) ekasb@lrenergy.in www.lrenergy.in Tara Industries, LLC PO Box 219 Carrollton, MO 64633 Joseph Fischer, Managing Member Phone (660-620-6912) jfischer@taraindustriesus.com www.taraindustriesus.com Tina Biofuels, LLC 17593 Blackberry Court Boonville, MO 65233 William Johnson, Executive Vice President Phone (573-999-9904) pointtechnology06@yahoo.com taraindustriesus.com

Grow Vertical Technologies 3200 Summit Boulevard #15951 Palm Beach County, FL 33416 Nic Sky, Manager Phone (786-273-6635) chatmehere2@gmail.com www.growverticaltechnologies.com

Chemicals & Additives Additives

Advanced Fuel Solutions, Inc. 85 Flagship Drive, Unit K North Andover, MA 01845 Leo Verruso, General Manager Phone (978-258-8360) Fax (978-258-8354) leo@yourfuelsolution.com www.yourfuelsolution.com

Munzing 1455 Broad Street Bloomfield, NJ 07003 Alicia Colacci, Marketing Coordinator Phone (973-233-6791) acolacci@munzing.us www.munzing.com

Amalgamated, Inc. PO Box 8977 6211 Discount Drive (46818) Fort Wayne, IN 46898 Gary Pipenger, CEO Phone (260-489-2549) Fax (260-489-9834) gpipenger2@frontier.com www.amalgamatedinc.com Arkema, Inc. 900 First Avenue King of Prussia, PA 19406 Megan Reimer, Marketing Specialist Phone (610-205-7557) megan.reimer@arkema.com www.arkema.com/global/en/ products/product-families/ thiochemicals

Biobor Fuel Additives 6951 West Little York Road Houston, TX 77040 Blake Rampy, Sales Manager Phone (800-548-9166) sales@biobor.com www.biobor.com BioFuran Materials, LLC 920 William Pitt Way Pittsburgh, PA 15238 Chengy Gwengo, Principal Scientist Phone (412-376-7101) biofm@biofuranchem.com www.biofuranchem.com Clariant Refinery Services 2750 Technology Forest Boulevard The Woodlands, TX 77381 Jeffrey Burns, Head of Refinery Phone (281-296-3216) Fax (281-465-9200) jeff.burns@clariant.com www.clariant.com/refinery

GlobalTech Fluids 12000 Xenia Lane Orlando, FL 32827 Oscar Domingo, Manager Phone (407-412-5186) Fax (407-412-5186) odomingo@globaltechfluids.com www.globaltechfluids.com MidContinental Chemical Company, Inc. 1802 East 123rd Terrace Olathe, KS 66061 Everett Osgood, Fuel Additives Director Phone (913-390-5556) fueladditives@mcchemical.com www.mcchemical.com

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Chemicals & Additives

Chemicals & Additives

Additives—Antioxidants

Kemin BioSolutions 1900 Scott Avenue Des Moines, IA 50317 Brandon Lewis, Technical Services Manager Phone (515-559-5100) brandon.lewis@kemin.com www.kemin.com Nalco Water an Ecolab Company 1601 West Diehl Road Napeville, IL 60563 Carol Hudson, Sr. Marketing Manager of Grains, Oilseed & Biofuels Phone (331-237-2114) cbhudson@ecolab.com www.ecolab.com/nalco-water

Additives—Dyes

Adsorbent

United Color Manufacturing, Inc. PO Box 480 Newtown, PA 18940 Sales Department Phone (215-860-2165) Fax (215-860-8560) sales@unitedcolor.com www.unitedcolor.com SEE OUR AD ON PAGE 2

Additives—Filter Aids

EP Minerals, a U.S. Silica Company 9785 Gateway Drive, Suite 1000 Reno, NV 89521 Niels Mastrup, Technical Service Manager Phone (775-622-6384) niels.mastrup@ussilica.com www.epminerals.com

EP Minerals, a U.S. Silica Company 600 East McDowell Road Jackson, MS 39204 Jorge Bello, Global Technical Service Manager Phone (512-221-5744) jorge.bello@ussilica.com www.epengineeredclays.com D-SOL® PO Box 489 374 Route 22 Whitehouse, NJ 08888 Jeremiah Bear, Business Development Manager Phone (812-283-6675) sales@dallasgrp.com www.d-sol.com DALSORB® Oil Purifier PO Box 489 Whitehouse, NJ 08888 Kevin Ryan, Director of Sales Phone (908-534-7800) sales@dallasgrp.com www.d-sol.com

Oil-Dri Corporation of America 300 Pembridge Lane #C1 Schaumburg, IL 60193 Steven Powell, Asia-Pacific Sales Manager & Northeastern USA Regional Sales Manager Phone (317-361-5453) steven.powell@oildri.com www.oildri.com SEE OUR AD ON PAGE 8 PQ Corporation PO Box 840 Valley Forge, PA 19482 John McNichol, Market Development Manager Phone (561-379-8274) john.mcnichol@pqcorp.com www.pqcorp.com TOLSA c/Núñez de Balboa, 51, 1. Madrid 28001 Spain Julio Lopez, Marketing Leader of Industrial Products Phone (34-91-322-0100) mkt.industrial@tolsa.com www.tolsa.com

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Chemicals & Additives

Chemicals & Additives W. R. Grace & Co. 7500 Grace Drive Columbia, MD 21044 Chelsea Grimes, Marketing Manager of Materials Technologies Phone (667-300-8698) chelsea.grimes@grace.com grace.com/industries/biofuels/ biomass-based-diesel

Catalysts—Bases Evonik Corporation 299 Jefferson Road Parsippany, NJ 07054 Bud Murphy, Business Manager of Biodiesel Phone (732-651-0001) Fax (732-651-0010) bernard.murphy@evonik.com www.evonik/biodiesel Hydrite 17385 Golf Parkway Brookfield, WI 53045 Don Cipowski, Sales Manager Phone (219-299-4174) don.cipowski@hydrite.com www.hydrite.com Polynova Industry Co. Limited No. 5777 Fangshan, Weifang China Xavier Zhang, Commercial Director Phone (86-18853621925) info@polynovabio.com www.polynovabio.com

Catalysts—Enzymes

Novozymes 77 Perrys Chapel Church Road Franklinton, NC 27525 Matt Thompson, Market ManagerNorth America Phone (919-434-3000) mhwt@novozymes.com www.novozymes.com

Catalysts—Solids

BASF Corporation 1609 Biddle Wyandotte, MI 48192 Beth Primeau, New Business Development Phone (313-573-6585) beth.primeau@basf.com chemicals.basf.com

CIP

Hydrite 17385 Golf Parkway Brookfield, WI 53045 Don Cipowski, Sales Manager Phone (219-299-4174) don.cipowski@hydrite.com www.hydrite.com

Feedstock Cleaning Hydrite 17385 Golf Parkway Brookfield, WI 53045 Don Cipowski, Sales Manager Phone (219-299-4174) don.cipowski@hydrite.com www.hydrite.com

Foam Control

Water Treatment

Hydrite 17385 Golf Parkway Brookfield, WI 53045 Don Cipowski, Sales Manager Phone (219-299-4174) don.cipowski@hydrite.com www.hydrite.com

Hydrite 17385 Golf Parkway Brookfield, WI 53045 Don Cipowski, Sales Manager Phone (219-299-4174) don.cipowski@hydrite.com www.hydrite.com

Munzing 1455 Broad Street Bloomfield, NJ 07003 Alicia Colacci, Marketing Coordinator Phone (973-233-6791) acolacci@munzing.us www.munzing.com

Fuel Cleaning Additives Aequor, Inc. 11575 Sorrento Valley Road #215 San Diego, CA 92121 Marilyn Bruno, CEO Phone (858-255-7854) Fax (858-255-7854) mbruno@aequorinc.com www.aequorinc.com

Nalco Water an Ecolab Company 1601 West Diehl Road Napeville, IL 60563 Carol Hudson, Sr. Marketing Manager of Grains, Oilseed & Biofuels Phone (331-237-2114) cbhudson@ecolab.com www.ecolab.com/nalco-water Epcon Industrial Systems, LP 17777 I-45 South Conroe, TX 77385 Tasha Jamaluddin Phone (936-273-3300) epcon@epconlp.com epconlp.com

Industrial Gases

Linde 10 Riverview Drive Danbury, CT 06810 Walter Renz, Associate Phone (844-445-4633) Fax (800-772-9985) contactus@linde.com www.lindeus.com/chemicals

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Cleaning/Conferences/Trade Shows & Meetings/Construction

Cleaning Emergency Spill Response Andax Industries 613 West Palmer Saint Marys, KS 66536 Jim Bunn, Sales Manager Phone (785-437-0604) Fax (785-437-0616) sales@andax.com andax.com

Heat Exchanger Delta Tech Service, Inc. 397 West Channel Road Benicia, CA 94510 Matthew Webb, Project Manager Phone (707-745-2080) mwebb@deltatechservice.com www.deltatechservice.com

Hennigan Engineering/Hennigan Energy Services Group 55 Industrial Park Road Hingham, MA 02043 Tracy Hennigan Bonnyman, Market Development Manager Phone (800-472-8484) thb@henniganengineering.com henniganengineering.com Industrial Sales Solutions, LLC 3684 120th Court West Faribault, MN 55021 Jim Vogel, President & Sales Manager Phone (612-805-7646) jim.vogel@ind-sales.com www.ind-sales.com Sterling Deaerator Company 514 West Maple Street, Suite 205 Cumming, GA 30040 Robert Young, Quality Assurance Phone (770-205-1969) Fax (770-205-2882) robert.young@sterlingdeaerator.com www.sterlingdeaerator.com

Hydro-Blasting

Tank Cleaning Equipment

Innovative Plant Solutions 3125 East 14th Avenue Hibbing, MN 55746 Melisa Schinderle, Corporate Services Manager Phone (844-799-6582) mschinderle@ innovativeplantsolutions.com www.innovativeplantsolutions.com

Pick Heaters, Inc. 730 South Indiana Avenue West Bend, WI 53095 Sales Department Phone (262-338-1191) info1@pickheaters.com www.pickheaters.com/How-It-Works/ Advantages.htm

Premium Plant Services, Inc. 1336 East 31st Street Hibbing, MN 55746 Melisa Schinderle, Corporate Services Manager Phone (218-263-4444) Fax (218-262-4848) melisa@premiumplantservices.com www.premiumplantservices.com

Tank Cleaning Services Spartan Response, Inc. 11-41 Brockley Drive Hamilton, ON L8E 3C3 Canada Kevin Wallace, Engineer Phone (833-573-1010) info@spartanresponse.com www.spartanresponse.com

Conferences/Trade Shows & Meetings Biodiesel & Renewable Diesel Summit 308 Second Avenue North, Suite 304 Grand Forks, ND 58203 Customer Service Phone (866-746-8385) Fax (701-746-5367) service@bbiinternational.com www.biodieselsummit.com SEE OUR AD ON PAGE 11

Carbon Capture & Storage Summit 308 Second Avenue North, Suite 304 Grand Forks, ND 58203 Customer Service Phone (866-746-8385) Fax (701-746-5367) service@bbiinternational.com www.fuelethanolworkshop.com SEE OUR AD ON PAGE 42

International Biomass Conference & Expo 308 Second Avenue North, Suite 304 Grand Forks, ND 58203 Customer Service Phone (866-746-8385) Fax (701-746-5367) service@bbiinternational.com www.biomassconference.com

International Fuel Ethanol Workshop & Expo 308 Second Avenue North, Suite 304 Grand Forks, ND 58203 Customer Service Phone (866-746-8385) Fax (701-746-5367) service@bbiinternational.com www.fuelethanolworkshop.com SEE OUR AD ON PAGE 43

Construction Electrical

Fabrication

Foundations

Insulation

Interstates, Inc. 1400 Seventh Avenue Northeast Sioux Center, IA 51250 Seth Vis, Business Development Manager Phone (712-722-1662) seth.vis@interstates.com www.interstates.com

AZCO 1025 East South River Street Appleton, WI 54915 Scott Kennedy, Business Development Manager Phone (920-734-5791) skennedy@azco-inc.com www.azco-inc.com

Euclid Chemical 19215 Redwood Road Cleveland, OH 44110 Jennifer Crisman, Director of Marketing Services Phone (216-692-8359) jcrisman@euclidchemical.com www.euclidchemical.com

Fiber Chem, Inc. 14857 West Ridge Lane, Suite 7 Dubuque, IA 52001 Dan Smith, Business Development Manager Phone (563-583-1423) dan@fiber-chem.com www.fiber-chem.com

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Construction/Consulting

Construction

Management

Plant Construction

Critical Path Management, LLC (CPM) N4980 Bradley Street Gleason, WI 54435 Bob Shank, Owner Phone (715-218-3979) bob_shank@cpmcm.com www.cpmcm.com

BDI-BioEnergy International Parkring 18 Raaba-Grambach, Styria 8074 Austria Hermann Stockinger, CSO Phone (43-316-4009100) jeannine.putz@bdi-holding.com www.bdi-bioenergy.com/en/start

Mechanical

ICS, Inc. 2500 State Mill Road Grand Forks, ND 58203 David Dangerfield, Project Development Phone (701-775-8480) dave.dangerfield@icsgf.us www.icsgf.com

Dilling Group, Inc. PO Box 47 111 East Mildred Street Logansport, IN 46947 Mark Hildebrandt, Business Development Director Phone (574-355-6382) Fax (574-753-2685) mhildebrandt@dillinggroup.com www.dillinggroup.com

Todd & Sargent, Inc. 2905 Southeast Fifth Street Ames, IA 50010 Scott Sylvester, Vice President of Business Development Phone (515-956-4805) ssylvester@tsargent.com www.tasargent.com

Pittsburg Tank & Tower Maintenance Co. PO Box 913 Henderson, KY 42419 Jordan Pyles, Maintenance Phone (270-826-9000) jpyles@pttg.com pttg.com

Tanks

Savage Associates, Inc. 1691 Route 206 Bedminster, NJ 07921 Brian Savage, Project Manager Phone (908-234-1216) brians@savageassociatesinc.com savageassociatesinc.com

Acterra Group, Inc. PO Box 160 200 35th Street Marion, IA 52302 Tad Cooper, President Phone (800-289-7371) info@acterragroup.com www.acterragroup.com

Consulting Advertising Brandsymbol 2925 Senna Drive Matthews, NC 28105 Clayton Tolley, President & CEO Phone (704-625-0106) info@brandsymbol.com brandsymbol.com PriMedia, Inc. 401 Franklin Avenue, Suite 310 Garden City, NY 11530 Richard Rutigliano, President Phone (516-222-2041) rrutigliano@primediany.com primediany.com

Business Plans

BBI Project Development 308 Second Avenue North, Suite 304 Grand Forks, ND 58203 Customer Service Phone (866-746-8385) Fax (701-746-5367) service@bbiinternational.com

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Rock House Advisors 1703 Bald Hill Road Jefferson City, MO 65101 Joe Jobe, President & Founder Phone (573-680-1948) joe@rockhouse.us www.rockhouse.us

Energy

SCB Group 71 South Wacker Drive, Suite 1810 Chicago, IL 60606 Pauline Tainton, Marketing Officer Phone (787-291-0014) pauline@starcb.com starcb.com Sprague Operating Resources, LLC 185 International Drive Portsmouth, NH 03801 Steven Levy, Managing Director of New Business Development Phone (914-328-6770) rp@spragueenergy.com www.spragueenergy.com TruMarx Data Partners, Inc. 30 South Wacker Drive, Suite 2200 Chicago, IL 60606 Jon Olson, CEO Phone (312-286-1809) jon.olson@trumarx.com www.trumarx.com

Stainless Fabrication, Inc. 4455 West Kearney Street Springfield, MO 65803 Dianne McCoy, Marketing Manager Phone (417-865-5696) info@stainlessfab.com www.stainlessfab.com

Environmental

Trihydro Corporation 1252 Commerce Drive Laramie, WY 82070 John Schneider, Senior Consultant Phone (970-302-7061) Fax (307-745-7729) jschneider@trihydro.com www.trihydro.com

RTP Environmental Associates, Inc. 400 Post Avenue, Suite 405 Westbury, NY 11590 Jessica Karras-Bailey, Principal Phone (516-333-4526) Fax (516-333-4571) bailey@rtpenv.com www.rtpenv.com

Feasibility Studies

Air Resource Specialists, Inc. 1901 Sharp Point Drive, Suite F Fort Collins, CO 80525 Katrina Winborn-Miller, Manager of Environmental Compliance Section Phone (970-484-7941) Fax (970-484-3423) kwinborn-miller@air-resource.com www.air-resource.com TRC Environmental Corporation 7521 Brush Hill Road Burr Ridge, IL 60527 Dan Grabowski, Project Director Phone (312-533-2024) dgrabowski@trccompanies.com www.trccompanies.com

BBI Project Development 308 Second Avenue North, Suite 304 Grand Forks, ND 58203 Customer Service Phone (866-746-8385) Fax (701-746-5367) service@bbiinternational.com Advanced Cryogenics, Ltd. PO Box 419 160 Indian Mound Trail Tavernier, FL 33070 Sam Rushing, President Phone (305-852-2597) Fax (305-852-2598) rushing@terranova.net www.carbondioxideconsultants.com


Consulting

Consulting AFRY Management Consulting 295 Madison Avenue, Suite 705 New York, NY 10017 Jose Gonzalez, Senior Principal Phone (404-434-3548) jose.gonzalez@afry.com www.afry.com BDI-BioEnergy International Parkring 18 Raaba-Grambach, Styria 8074 Austria Hermann Stockinger, CSO Phone (43-316-4009100) jeannine.putz@bdi-holding.com www.bdi-bioenergy.com/en/start Bridgestone Associates, Ltd. PO Box 1299 Chadds Ford, PA 19317 Martin Anderson, President & CEO Phone (610-388-6191) solutions@brdgstn.com www.brdgstn.com Equinox 4255 43rd Avenue South Fargo, ND 58104 Kyle Althoff, President Phone (303-910-6052) kalthoff@equinox8.com www.equinox8.com Isomer Project Group 141 Traction Street Greenville, SC 29611 RL Simpson, Managing Partner Phone (864-565-9100) contact@isomer.group www.isomer.group

Lobbyist

Personnel Recruiting AGRI-associates, Inc. 6900 College Boulevard, Suite 275 Overland Park, KS 66211 Glenn Person, President Phone (913-696-9990) gjp@agriassociates.com www.agriassociates.com

Plant Optimization

AT Agrar-Technik Int. GmbH Lichtenberger Weg 8 Tuebingen, Baden-Wuerttemberg 72070 Germany Moritz Pflueger, Business Assistant Phone (49-7071-539-22-21) moritzpflueger@at-agrartechnik.de www.at-agrartechnik.de BDI-BioEnergy International Parkring 18 Raaba-Grambach, Styria 8074 Austria Hermann Stockinger, CSO Phone (43-316-4009100) jeannine.putz@bdi-holding.com www.bdi-bioenergy.com/en/start Bryan Yeh Consulting 156 Arlene Drive Walnut Creek, CA 94595 Bryan Yeh, Managing Director Phone (925-945-7540) bryan@bryanyeh.com www.bryanyeh.com

ERG Partners PO Box 1205 Harrisburg, PA 17108 John Nikoloff, President & Partner Phone (717-233-8606) Fax (717-798-3159) john@pa-erg.com www.erg-partners.com

Pruszko Consulting 16148 Paradise Lane Dubuque, IA 52002 Rudy Pruszko, Owner Phone (563-582-4545) biorudy@gmail.com www.pruszkoconsulting.com

PA Energy Resources Group PO Box 1205 Harrisburg, PA 17108 John Nikoloff, Partner & President Phone (717-233-8606) Fax (717-798-3159) john@pa-erg.com www.erg-partners.com

Project Development

BBI Project Development 308 Second Avenue North, Suite 304 Grand Forks, ND 58203 Customer Service Phone (866-746-8385) Fax (701-746-5367) service@bbiinternational.com

Quality Assurance— BQ-9000 D3MAX LLC 308 Second Avenue North, Suite 304 Grand Forks, ND 58203 Mark Yancey, Vice President of Project Development Phone (866-746-8385) Fax (701-746-5367) myancey@d3maxllc.com www.d3maxllc.com SEE OUR AD ON PAGE 16

Degart Global, LLC 4810 74th Street Urbandale, IA 50322 Gary DeLong, Vice President Phone (515-240-9586) garyd@degartglobal.com www.degartglobal.com

Regulatory

Avalon Energy Group, LLC 4 Tyler Road Lexington, MA 02420 Irshad Ahmed, President & CEO Phone (201-843-8100) Fax (201-843-8010) avalonenergy@gmail.com www.avalonenergygroup.com

Alcohol Tax Consultants, Inc. PO Box 1595 Madison Square Station New York, NY 10159 Matt Zuckerman, President Phone (917-771-9906) info@alcoholtax.com alcoholtax.com

Hawaiian Wiliki Limited Liability Company PO Box 2979 Fair Oaks, CA 95628 William Pietrucha, Principal Phone (916-967-4134) wjphwl@att.net www.hawaiianwiliki.com

Aslan Group, LLC-Leonard Associates 4739 Loyola Drive Baton Rouge, LA 70808 Charles Leonard, Certified Industrial Hygienist Phone (225-335-7457) charlie@cleonard.net cleonard.net

Industrial Info Resources 2818 Kenwood Isles Drive Minneapolis, MN 55408 Scott Kirkeby, Senior Account Manager Phone (612-915-9996) skirkeby@industrialinfo.com www.industrialinfo.com

Clean Energy Consultants 134 Dogwood Drive Southeast Milledgeville, GA 31061 Ernie Pollitzer, Owner Phone (770-331-2858) ernie@cleanenergyconsultants.net cleanenergyconsultants.net

LD Sullivan & Company, LLC 2314 Hummingbird Lane Summerville, SC 29483 Lawrence Sullivan, Principal Phone (651-269-7737) ldsul@ldsulco.com www.ldsulco.com Lee Enterprises Consulting, Inc. 9851 Brockington Road, Suite 4 Sherwood, AR 72120 Wayne Lee, CEO Phone (501-951-4774) Fax (501-833-8511) wayne@lec-exec.com www.lee-enterprises.com

EcoEngineers 300 East Locust Street, Suite 313 Des Moines, IA 50309 Roxby Hartley, Senior Regulatory Consultant Phone (515-985-1260) rhartley@ecoengineers.us www.ecoengineers.us Weaver 24 Greenway Plaza, Suite 1800 Houston, TX 77046 Monty Bell, Manager Phone (832-320-3233) monty.bell@weaver.com weaver.com

Reiter Scientific Consulting, LLC 599 Colonial Drive Grand Junction, CO 81507 Kristof Reiter, Owner Phone (888-428-5617) kristof@reiterscientific.com www.reiterscientific.com directory.biodieselmagazine.com | 13


Consulting/Education/Employment/Engineering

Education

Consulting

Site Selection

BBI Project Development 308 Second Avenue North, Suite 304 Grand Forks, ND 58203 Customer Service Phone (866-746-8385) Fax (701-746-5367) service@bbiinternational.com

Greenfield 213 Seacrest Drive Wrightsville Beach, NC 28480 Robin Spinks, Principal Phone (910-617-7544) robin@greenfield.bz www.greenfield.bz

Hennepin Technical College 9000 Brooklyn Boulevard Brooklyn Park, MN 55445 Brent Newville Phone (763-488-2530) brent.newville@hennepintech.edu www.hennepintech.edu

Employment Recruiting Commodity Talent LLC 27 East 28th Street New York, NY 10016 George Stein, Managing Director Phone (917-545-9850) ghstein@commoditytalent.com www.commoditytalent.com

Global Talent Solutions PO Box 235 201 East Main Avenue, Suite 9 Frazee, MN 56544 Brian Bigger, President/Recruiter Phone (218-308-9200) brian@globaltalentsolutions.com www.globaltalentsolutions.com H.T. PROF Clean Tech 1470 Benbow Street Winston-Salem, NC 27106 Todd Porter, President/Recruiter Phone (770-420-7440) tsporter@htprof.com www.htprofgroup.com

Hedlin Ag Enterprises PO Box 1235 Ankeny, IA 50021 Kevin Drury, Owner/President Phone (515-964-7997) kdrury@hedlinag.com www.hedlinag.com SearchPath of Chicago, Inc. 521 Devonshire Lane, Suite D Crystal Lake, IL 60014 Chris Hillman, President Phone (815-261-4403) chillman@searchpath.com www.searchpathofchicago.com

Engineering 3D Modeling D.Z.Y. Drafting & Design Services Limited 951 Wilson Avenue, Unit 13-L (Ground Floor) Toronto, ON M3K 2A7 Canada Deniz Yazici, President & Principal Engineer Phone (416-633-3700) Fax (416-631-8459) dzy@sympatico.ca www.dzy.ca

Control Systems

Western States Controls 815 Arnold Drive #118 Martinez, CA 94553 Tim Rose, President Phone (925-370-1500) timr@iwestco.com www.iwestco.com Direct Companies 2425 South Shirley Avenue, Suite 101 Sioux Falls, SD 57106 Carson Merkwan, Business Development Manager Phone (866-583-3377) carson.merkwan@directcompanies.com www.directcompanies.com

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Interstates, Inc. 1400 Seventh Avenue Northeast Sioux Center, IA 51250 Seth Vis, Business Development Manager Phone (712-722-1662) seth.vis@interstates.com www.interstates.com Trident Automation, Inc. 1001 West Kennedy Avenue Kimberly, WI 54136 Jason Hurst, CEO Phone (920-759-7477) info@tridentautomation.com www.tridentautomation.com

Design/Build

AT Agrar-Technik Int. GmbH Lichtenberger Weg 8 Tuebingen, Baden-Wuerttemberg 72070 Germany Moritz Pflueger, Business Assistant Phone (49-7071-539-22-21) moritzpflueger@at-agrartechnik.de www.at-agrartechnik.de


Engineering

Engineering

Electrical BDI-BioEnergy International Parkring 18 Raaba-Grambach, Styria 8074 Austria Hermann Stockinger, CSO Phone (43-316-4009100) jeannine.putz@bdi-holding.com www.bdi-bioenergy.com/en/start

Interstates, Inc. 1400 Seventh Avenue Northeast Sioux Center, IA 51250 Seth Vis, Business Development Manager Phone (712-722-1662) seth.vis@interstates.com www.interstates.com

Environmental R.C. Costello & Assoc., Inc. 1611 South Pacific Coast Hwy Suite 302 Redondo Beach, CA 90277 Rocky Costello, President Phone (310-792-5870) rcca@rccostello.com www.rccostello.com BSI Engineering 300 E-Business Way, Suite 300 Cincinnati, OH 45231 Monica Prather, Marketing Coordinator Phone (513-201-3100) info@bsiengr.com www.bsiengr.com Gold Seal Industries 102 Magnolia Chase Drive Benton, LA 71006 Evan Kirkendall, President & CEO Phone (318-294-7396) ekirkendall@goldsealindustries.com www.energy-inc.com Interstates, Inc. 1400 Seventh Avenue Northeast Sioux Center, IA 51250 Seth Vis, Business Development Manager Phone (712-722-1662) seth.vis@interstates.com www.interstates.com TKS Industrial Company 901 Tower Drive Troy, MI 48098 Jonathan Carender, Sales Manager Phone (248-786-5000) sales@tks-america.com www.tksindustrial.com

Nayes Associates, LLC 30 South Ninth Street, Suite 700 Minneapolis, MN 55402 Terrence Nayes, Owner & Engineer Phone (952-239-5377) tlnayes@hotmail.com www.nayesassociates.com Oxidizers, Inc. 1731 Pomona Road Corona, CA 92880 Keith Lambert, President Phone (951-751-3990) keith@oxidizers.net oxidizers.net

Process Design

BBI Project Development 308 Second Avenue North, Suite 304 Grand Forks, ND 58203 Customer Service Phone (866-746-8385) Fax (701-746-5367) service@bbiinternational.com

D3MAX LLC 308 Second Avenue North, Suite 304 Grand Forks, ND 58203 Mark Yancey, Vice President of Project Development Phone (866-746-8385) Fax (701-746-5367) myancey@d3maxllc.com www.d3maxllc.com SEE OUR AD ON PAGE 16

Mechanical Barnum Mechanical, Inc. 3260 Penryn Road Loomis, CA 95650 Phone (800-922-7686) marketing.barnummech@gmail.com www.barnummech.com JMI Technologies, Ltd. 24 Peterkin Road Markham, ON L6E 1Y9 Canada John Patitsas, Project Manager Phone (905-201-9511) jpatitsas@sympatico.ca www.jmitech.ca Wishstone Energy 1024 Bayside Drive, Suite 382 Newport Beach, CA 92660 Peter Martin, Partner Phone (949-478-3488) peter.martin@jfm-llc.com www.wishstone-energy.com

Saola Energy, LLC 100 North Main Street, Suite 600 Wichita, KS 67202 Adam Belyamani, Chief Operating Officer Phone (316-413-3345) Fax (316-413-3346) info@saolaenergy.com www.saolaenergy.com JAL Engineering 100-7 Rancho Road, Unit 111 Thousand Oaks, CA 91362 James Latty, Chief Engineer Phone (805-551-9675) jalengineer@sbcglobal.net

Modular Energy Solutions PO Box 2759 Santa Clara, CA 95055 Charles Nolan, President Phone (408-483-5922) Fax (408-423-8916) chucknln@sbcglobal.net www.modular-e.com N Hunt Moore & Associates 1242 Old Hillsboro Road Franklin, TN 37069 Rich Barton, President Phone (615-472-8431) rich@nhmoore.com www.nhmoore.com Sacre-Davey Engineering 315 Mountain Hwy Vancouver, BC V7J 2K7 Canada Alan Humber, Director of Business Development Phone (604-986-0663) Fax (604-986-0525) ahumber@sacre-davey.com www.sacre-davey.com TEGA Consultants, Inc. 15792 Willow Street Pierrefonds, QC H9H 2W5 Canada Cesar Augusto Colmenares, Consultant/Senior Process Engineer/ Owner Phone (514-862-3127) info@tegaconsultants.ca tegaconsultants.ca

Structural Gregersen Structural Engineering, Inc. 1143 West Two Moons Circle Ivins, UT 84738 Max Gregersen, Principal Structural Engineer Phone (385-232-1747) max@gsestructural.com www.gsestructural.com

Knack Process Design 739 Kasota Avenue Southeast Minneapolis, MN 55414 Tim Maneely, President Phone (651-278-1206) sales@knackpd.com www.knackpd.com

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Equipment

Equipment Air Pollution/ Odor Control Adwest Technologies, Ceco Environmental 680 Langsdorf Avenue, Suite 102 Fullerton, CA 92832 Brian Cannon, Vice President of Sales Phone (716-474-9462) bcannon@onececo.com www.cecoenviro.com Anguil Environmental Systems, Inc. 8855 North 55th Street Milwaukee, WI 53223 Kevin Summ, Director of Marketing Phone (414-365-6400) kevin.summ@anguil.com www.anguil.com Catalytic Products International 980 Ensell Road Lake Zurich, IL 60047 Steve Klostermeyer, Vice President of Sales Phone (847-438-0334) sales@cpilink.com www.cpilink.com

Dürr Systems, Inc. 830 Prosper Street De Pere, WI 54115 CTS Sales, Phone (920-336-5715) durrmegtecinquiries@durrusa.com www.durr-megtec.com Gulf Coast Environmental Systems 1689 Hawthorne Drive Conroe, TX 77301 Corina Sheridan, Director of Business Development Phone (832-476-9024) sales@gcesystems.com www.gcesystems.com National Filter Media 691 North 400 West Salt Lake City, UT 84103 Holly Ogilvie, Marketing Specialist Phone (540-532-6973) hogilvie@nfm-filter.com www.nfm-filter.com

Nestec, Inc. PO Box 125 222 East Main Street Pen Argyl, PA 18072 Rodney Pennington, Senior Sales Director Phone (407-492-1955) Fax (610-323-7670) rpennington@nestecinc.com www.nestecinc.com Pollution Systems, Inc. 2170 Buckthorne Place, Suite 160 The Woodlands, TX 77380 Curt Jordan, Account Manager Phone (713-574-6661) sales@pollutionsystems.com www.pollutionsystems.com

Analytical Instruments Keit Spectrometers 16180 Lea Oak Court Chesterfield, MO 63017 Christopher Piper, Sales Manager of North America Phone (314-775-9099) chris.piper@keit.co.uk www.keit.co.uk

PCE Instruments UK, Ltd. South Point, Unit 11 Ensign Way, Hamble Southhampton, Hampshire SO31 4RF United Kingdom John Mulligan, Sales Manager Phone (44-0-2380-987030) Fax (44-0-2380-987039 info@pce-instuments.co.uk www.pce-instruments.com/english Shimadzu Scientific Instruments 7102 Riverwood Drive Columbia, MD 21046 Kevin McLaughlin, Advertising/Public Relations Supervisor Phone (410-381-1227) kgmclaughlin@shimadzu.com www.ssi.shimadzu.com

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Equipment

Equipment FPZ, Inc. 150 North Progress Drive Saukville, WI 53080 Jim Risselman, Sales Phone (262-268-0180) usa@fpz.com www.fpz.com TMC Fluid Systems 13217 Jamboree Road, Suite 482 Tustin, CA 92782 Sam Mian, Director Phone (949-269-1472) Fax (949-423-0159) sales@tmcfluidsystems.com www.tmcfluidsystems.com

Boiler System Indeck Power Equipment Company 1111 Willis Avenue Wheeling, IL 60090 Debra Sullo, Interim Marketing Specialist Phone (847-541-8300) Fax (847-541-9984) dsullo@indeck-power.com www.indeck.com Outotec Energy Products 3568 West Industrial Loop Coeur d'Alene, ID 83815 Jim Starkey, Director of Business Development Phone (208-765-1611) Fax (208-765-0503) jim.starkey@mogroup.com www.outotec/energy.com Outotec Energy Products 3568 West Industrial Loop Coeur d'Alene, ID 83815 Michael Grimm, Business Development Manager Phone (208-765-1611) Fax (208-765-0503) michael.grimm@mogroup.com www.outotec.com/energy

Centrifuges Dolphin Centrifuge 24248 Gibson Drive Warren, MI 48089 Jim Kraft, Manager Phone (248-819-1732) sales@dolphincentrifuge.com dolphincentrifuge.com Flottweg Separation Technology, Inc. 10700 Toebben Drive Indpendence, KY 41051 Lori Huber, Marketing Specialist Phone (859-448-2300) lhuber@flottweg.net www.flottweg.com GEA North America 100 Fairway Court Northvale, NJ 07647 Greg Waranica, Market Manager Phone (201-245-5652) gregory.waranica@gea.com gea.com Kyte Centrifuge, LLC 30 Greenwells Glory Drive Biltmore Lake, NC 28715 David Kyte, President Phone (832-368-2667) dave@kytecentrifuge.com www.kytecentrifuge.com

Coalescers

Fluid Engineering/TM Filtration 1432 Walnut Street Erie, PA 16502 Marc Steiner, Chief Sales Officer Phone (814-453-5014) marc_steiner@fluideng.com www.fluideng.com

Catwalks

Computer Software

Savage Associates, Inc. 1691 Route 206 Bedminster, NJ 07921 Brian Savage, Project Manager Phone (908-234-1216) brians@savageassociatesinc.com savageassociatesinc.com

Reiter Software, LLC 599 Colonial Drive Grand Junction, CO 81507 Kristof Reiter, Owner Phone (888-428-5617) kristof@reitersoftware.com www.reitersoftware.com

Control Systems

Western States Controls 815 Arnold Drive #118 Martinez, CA 94553 Tim Rose, President Phone (925-370-1500) timr@iwestco.com www.iwestco.com Economy Controls Corporation 9801 Gravois Road St. Louis, MO 63123 Andrew Freeman, Project Manager Phone (314-544-3700) Fax (317-544-5373) sales@economycontrols.com www.economycontrols.com Interstates, Inc. 1400 Seventh Avenue Northeast Sioux Center, IA 51250 Seth Vis, Business Development Manager Phone (712-722-1662) seth.vis@interstates.com www.interstates.com Novaspect, Inc. 1124 Tower Road Schaumburg, IL 60173 Tom Mladucky, Director of Automation Modernization Phone (920-757-7101) tmladucky@novaspect.com www.novaspect.com

Cooling Tower Tower Performance, Inc. 8031 Airport Boulevard, Suite 100 Houston, TX 77061 Jalene Fritz, Parts Sales Manager Phone (970-593-8637) Fax (970-472-1304) jfritz@towerperformance.com www.towerperformance.com

Custody Transfer Systems

PFT-Alexander, Inc. 3250 East Grant Street Signal Hill, CA 90755 Bernie Mock, Operations Phone (562-595-1741) Fax (562-884-0788) bmock@pft-alexander.com www.pft-alexander.com

Distillation Equipment Savengy Technologies 3259 Progress Drive, Room 108 Orlando, FL 32826 Wei Wu, Manager Phone (407-494-5663) weiwu@savengy.com www.savengy.com Thermal Kinetics, a division of RCM Technologies 85 Northpointe Parkway, Suite 2 Amherst, NY 14228 Marcos Filgueiras, Vice President of Business Development & Marketing Phone (585-485-9779) mfilgueiras@thermalkinetics.net www.thermalkinetics.net

Dust Control Systems CAMCORP, Inc. 9732 Pflumm Road Lenexa, KS 66215 Tracy Janssen, Vice President of Air Pollution Control Phone (913-831-0740) Fax (913-831-9271) tracyj@camcorpinc.com www.camcorpinc.com

Emission Monitoring Systems Air Techniques, Inc. 2999 Johnson Ferry Road Marietta, GA 30062 Thomas Wassel, Sales Phone (704-681-3025) twassel@airtechniquesinc.com www.aticems.com Industrial Sales Solutions, LLC 3684 120th Court West Faribault, MN 55021 Jim Vogel, President & Sales Manager Phone (612-805-7646) jim.vogel@ind-sales.com www.ind-sales.com

Evaporators Cast Aluminum Solutions 1310 Kingsland Drive Batavia, IL 60510 Jeffrey Awe, Global Marketing Director Phone (630-482-5325) jawe@castaluminumsolutions.com www.castaluminumsolutions.com/ circulation-heater-summary

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Equipment

Equipment Swenson Technology, Inc. 26000 South Whiting Way Monee, IL 60449 Erick Neuman, International Business Manager Phone (708-587-2300) sales@swensontechnology.com www.swensontechnology.com

Expansion Joints

Proco Products, Inc. PO Box 590 2431 North Wigwam Drive (95205) Stockton, CA 95201 Rob Coffee, Vice President of Sales & Marketing Phone (209-483-5107) robc@procoproducts.com www.procoproducts.com

Expellers French Oil Mill Machinery Co. PO Box 920 1035 West Greene Street Piqua, OH 45356 Robert Pavlik, Oilseed Sales Engineer Phone (937-451-5438) Fax (937-773-3424) rppavlik@frenchoil.com www.frenchoil.com

Field Instruments Levelese, Inc. 680 South Alton Way, Unit 4D Denver, CO 80247 Sallyanne Ofner, President Phone (303-586-1890) sales@levelese.com www.levelese.com

Filters

Fluid Engineering/TM Filtration 1432 Walnut Street Erie, PA 16502 Marc Steiner, Chief Sales Officer Phone (814-453-5014) marc_steiner@fluideng.com www.fluideng.com

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Filtration Equipment

Advanced Fuel Solutions, Inc. 85 Flagship Drive, Unit K North Andover, MA 01845 Leo Verruso, General Manager Phone (978-258-8360) Fax (978-258-8354) leo@yourfuelsolution.com www.yourfuelsolution.com

Fluid Engineering/TM Filtration 1432 Walnut Street Erie, PA 16502 Marc Steiner, Chief Sales Officer Phone (814-453-5014) marc_steiner@fluideng.com www.fluideng.com

LEEM Filtration 25 Arrow Road Ramsey, NJ 07446 Ryan Boyd, Sales Phone (813-704-4966) r.boyd@leemfiltration.com leemfiltration.com Ameridia Innovative Solutions, Inc. 2656 Napa Valley Corporate Drive Napa, CA 94558 Daniel Bar, Vice President of Sales & Business Development Phone (707-690-1570) Fax (707-690-1571) dbar@ameridia.com www.ameridia.com Industrial Sales Solutions, LLC 3684 120th Court West Faribault, MN 55021 Jim Vogel, President & Sales Manager Phone (612-805-7646) jim.vogel@ind-sales.com www.ind-sales.com

Fire—Prevention SW Firefighting Foam & Equipment, LLC 25A Lone Pine Ridge Santa Fe, NM 87505 Casey Ryan, Manager Phone (505-699-5068) casey@swfirefightingfoam.com swfirefightingfoam.com

Fire—Supression SW Firefighting Foam & Equipment, LLC 25A Lone Pine Ridge Santa Fe, NM 87505 Casey Ryan, Manager Phone (505-699-5068) casey@swfirefightingfoam.com swfirefightingfoam.com

Gas Detectors Industrial Sales Solutions, LLC 3684 120th Court West Faribault, MN 55021 Jim Vogel, President & Sales Manager Phone (612-805-7646) jim.vogel@ind-sales.com www.ind-sales.com

Gasification Cast Aluminum Solutions 1310 Kingsland Drive Batavia, IL 60510 Jeffrey Awe, Global Marketing Director Phone (630-482-5325) jawe@castaluminumsolutions.com www.castaluminumsolutions.com/ circulation-heater-summary

Heat Exchangers

Cast Aluminum Solutions 1310 Kingsland Drive Batavia, IL 60510 Jeffrey Awe, Global Marketing Director Phone (630-482-5325) jawe@castaluminumsolutions.com www.castaluminumsolutions.com/ circulation-heater-summary

DDI Heat Exchangers, Inc. 305 Baffin Street Dollard Des Ormeaux, QC H9A 3G4 Canada Erwin Schwartz, President Phone (514-696-7961) erwin@ddi.ca www.ddi-heatexchangers.com Enerquip, LLC 611 North Road Medford, WI 54451 Ron Herman, Director of Business Development Phone (715-748-5888) sales@enerquip.com enerquip.com Industrial Sales Solutions, LLC 3684 120th Court West Faribault, MN 55021 Jim Vogel, President & Sales Manager Phone (612-805-7646) jim.vogel@ind-sales.com www.ind-sales.com Mason Manufacturing PO Box 3577 1645 North Railroad Avenue Decatur, IL 62524 Mike Arrington, Sales Manager Phone (317-847-5413) mike.arrington@masonmfg.com www.masonmfg.com Pick Heaters, Inc. 730 South Indiana Avenue West Bend, WI 53095 Sales Department Phone (262-338-1191) info1@pickheaters.com www.pickheaters.com/How-It-Works/ Advantages.htm

Heat Transfer Fluid Paratherm-Heat Transfer Fluids 2009 Renaissance Boulevard King of Prussia, PA 19406 Dyron Liverman, Oil & Gas Chemical Sales Engineer Phone (713-213-7409) www.paratherm.com

Heaters—Tank Pick Heaters, Inc. 730 South Indiana Avenue West Bend, WI 53095 Stephanie Crass, Marketing Manager Phone (262-338-1191) info1@pickheaters.com www.pickheaters.com/How-It-Works/ Advantages.htm


Equipment

Equipment

Heaters—Thermal Fluid American Heating, an Enerquip company 611 North Road Medford, WI 54451 Ron Herman, Director of Business Development Phone (715-748-5888) sales@enerquip.com americanheatingco.com Cast Aluminum Solutions 1310 Kingsland Drive Batavia, IL 60510 Jeffrey Awe, Global Marketing Director Phone (630-482-5325) jawe@castaluminumsolutions.com www.castaluminumsolutions.com/ circulation-heater-summary INTEC Engineering GmbH John-Deere-Str. 43 Bruchsal, Baden-Württemberg 76646 Germany Christian Daniel, Sales Director Phone (49-7251-93243-00) Fax (49-7251-93243-99) info@intec-energy.de www.intec-energy.com Intec Thermal Energy 5665 Atlanta Hwy, Suite 102B-225 Alpharetta, GA 30004 Todd Fahring, Sales Phone (770-910-4232) tfahring@thermalpd.com www.intecthermal.com Thermal Process Development 5665 Atlanta Hwy, Suite 102B-225 Alpharetta, GA 30004 Todd Fahring, Sales Phone (770-910-4232) tfahring@thermalpd.com www.thermalpd.com

Instrumentation Automation Products, Inc.DYNATROL® Division 3030 Maxroy Street Houston, TX 77008 Steve Sawyer, Factory Sales Manager Phone (713-869-0361) Fax (713-869-7332) ssawyer@dynatrolusa.com www.dynatrolusa.com

Conveyor Components Company PO Box 167 130 Seltzer Road Croswell, MI 48422 Rich Washkevich, Sales Manager Phone (800-233-3233) Fax (810-679-4510) info@conveyorcomponents.com www.conveyorcomponents.com

PerkinElmer, Inc. 549 Albany Street Boston, MA 02118 Lucy Jenner, Segment Marketing Manager Phone (800-446-0035) Fax (617-482-1380) lucy.jenner@perkinelmer.com www.perkinelmer.com

Interstates, Inc. 1400 Seventh Avenue Northeast Sioux Center, IA 51250 Seth Vis, Business Development Manager Phone (712-722-1662) seth.vis@interstates.com www.interstates.com

Sonics & Materials, Inc. 53 Church Hill Road Newtown, CT 06470 Lois Baiad, Sales & Marketing Coordinator Phone (203-270-4600) Fax (203-270-4610) lbaiad@sonics.com www.sonics.com

Jensen Instrument Co. 643 South Duggan Avenue Azusa, CA 91702 Steve Molinari, President Phone (626-969-7991) stevem@jenseninstr.com www.jenseninstr.com

Laboratory Outsourcing

SPECTRO Analytical Instruments 91 McKee Drive Mahwah, NJ 07430 Thomas Bloomer, Director of Marketing Phone (201-642-3000) info.spectro@ametek.com www.spectro.com

R W Heiden Associates LLC 1026 New Holland Avenue Burle Corporate Park Lancaster, PA 17601 Richard Heiden, Chief Science & Technology Officer Phone (717-299-6860) Fax (717-299-6868) rwheidenphd@aol.com www.supersleuthchemists.com

Verder Scientific, Inc. 11 Penns Trail, Suite 300 Newtown, PA 18940 Georg Schick, President Phone (267-757-0351) Fax (267-757-0358) info-us@verder-scientific.com www.verder-scientific.com

Laboratory—Equipment

ACCM, Inc. PO Box 7071 Duluth, MN 55807 Jim Carter, Owner Phone (218-576-2835) sales@advancedcarbonfiber.com www.accmglobal.com

ATAGO USA, Inc. 14432 Southeast Eastgate Way Suite 450 Bellevue, WA 98007 Marketing Phone (425-637-2107) customerservice@atago-usa.com www.atago-usa.com HEMCO Corporation 711 South Powell Road Independence, MO 64056 Jerry Schwarz, Marketing Phone (816-796-2900) Fax (816-796-3333) info@hemcocorp.com www.hemcocorp.com

Liners

J.C. Ramsdell Enviro Services, Inc. 408 South Veterans Street Flandreau, SD 57028 Kelley Ramsdell, President Phone (605-997-3706) mel@jcramsdell.net www.jcramsdell.com

Loading Equipment Carbis Solutions 1430 West Darlington Street Florence, SC 29501 Brandi Caldwell, Marketing Manager Phone (479-883-2405) brandi.caldwell@carbissolutions.com carbissolutions.com www.grpumps.com

Loading Equipment— Liquid Savage Associates, Inc. 1691 Route 206 Bedminster, NJ 07921 Brian Savage, Project Manager Phone (908-234-1216) brians@savageassociatesinc.com savageassociatesinc.com Westmor 14044 Freeway Drive Hugo, MN 55038 Jon Krueger, Field Service Sales & Operations Manager Phone (763-571-8110) info@westmor-ind.com westmor-ind.com

Lubrication Systems

Hydrotex 7508 Brockwood Court North Richland Hills, TX 76182 Jim Crandall, Lubrication & Fuel Consultant Phone (877-300-5823) Fax (877-811-5172) jcran650@gmail.com

Material Handling

Wolf Material Handling Systems 12680 Industrial Boulevard Elk River, MN 55330 Howard Brockhouse, Sales & Marketing Manager Phone (612-859-8207) Fax (763-576-9070) sales@wolfmhs.com wolfmhs.com Tapco, Inc. 225 Rock Industrial Park Drive St. Louis, MO 63044 Krystal Moentmann, Administrative & Events Specialist Phone (314-739-9191) Fax (314-739-5880) info@tapcoinc.com www.tapcoinc.com

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Equipment

Equipment

Meters

PFT-Alexander, Inc. 3250 East Grant Street Signal Hill, CA 90755 Bernie Mock, Operations Phone (562-595-1741) Fax (562-884-0788) bmock@pft-alexander.com www.pft-alexander.com Savage Associates, Inc. 1691 Route 206 Bedminster, NJ 07921 Brian Savage, Project Manager Phone (908-234-1216) brians@savageassociatesinc.com savageassociatesinc.com

Process Control

Crown Global Headquarters & Innovation Center 9879 Naples Street Northeast Blaine, MN 55449 Bill Morphew, Global Commercial Director of Liquids Segment Phone (651-638-5407) sales@crowniron.com www.crowniron.com

Mixers

MoistTech Corp. 6408 Parkland Drive, Suite 104 Sarasota, FL 34243 Sarah Hammond, Marketing Phone (941-727-1800) shammond@moisttech.com www.moisttech.com

Lotus Mixers, Inc. 3449 Technology Drive #201 North Venice, FL 34275 Robert Naidel, Vice President of Technology Phone (941-966-1885) engineering@lotusmixers.com www.lotusmixers.com

Monitor Technologies, LLC 44W320 Keslinger Road Elburn, IL 60119 Cris Breck, Director of Business Development Phone (630-365-9403) sales@monitortech.com www.monitortech.com

Munson Machinery Co., Inc. 210 Seward Avenue Utica, NY 13502 Steve Knauth, Marketing & Technical Manager Phone (315-797-0090) Fax (315-797-5582) info@munsonmachinery.com www.munsonmachinery.com

Pumps

Warren & Baerg Manufacturing, Inc. 39950 Road 108 Dinuba, CA 93618 Randy Baerg, President Phone (559-591-6790) Fax (559-591-5728) info@warrenbaerg.com www.warrenbaerg.com

Piping Swepco Tube, LLC One Clifton Boulevard Clifton, NJ 07011 George Spina, Business Development & Marketing Manager Phone (973-778-3000) sales@swepcotube.com www.swepcotube.com

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Gorman-Rupp Company 600 South Airport Road Mansfield, OH 44903 John Hoffner, Product Manager Phone (419-755-1511) Fax (419-755-1251) john.hoffner@gormanrupp.com grpumps.com MTH Pumps 401 West Main Street Plano, IL 60545 Scott Carlson, Marketing Phone (630-552-4115) Fax (630-552-3688) publishing@mthpumps.com www.mthpumps.com

Quality Assurance Test Products

MoistTech Corp. 6408 Parkland Drive, Suite 104 Sarasota, FL 34243 Sarah Hammond, Marketing Phone (941-727-1800) shammond@moisttech.com www.moisttech.com Savage Associates, Inc. 1691 Route 206 Bedminster, NJ 07921 Brian Savage, Project Manager Phone (908-234-1216) brians@savageassociatesinc.com savageassociatesinc.com Seepex UK, Ltd. 3 Armtech Row Houndstone Business Park Somerset, Yeovil United Kingdom Barbara Cendon, Marketing Manager Phone (44-1935-382512) sales.uk@seepex.com www.seepex.com Teikoku USA, Inc. 959 Mearns Road Warminster, PA 18974 Kaytalin McCarry, Marketing Services Coordinator Phone (215-343-6000) info@teikokupumps.com teikokupumps.com

Reactors—Cavitation Arisdyne Systems, Inc. 17830 Englewood Drive, Suite 11 Cleveland, OH 44135 Darren Litle, Director of Sales Phone (216-389-0230) dlitle@arisdyne.com www.arisdyne.com

Refrigeration ECONOCHILL PO Box 1453 Eagle Pass, TX 78853 Christian Antalics, Sales Manager Phone (800-942-9249) sales@econochill.com www.econochill.com

Scales—Bulk Weigh CompuWeigh Corp. 50 Middle Quarter Road Woodbury, CT 06798 Tim Ciucci, Sr. Vice President of Sales & Marketing Phone (203-262-9400) Fax (203-262-9488) tim@compuweigh.com www.compuweigh.com

Screens

Viking Pump, Inc. 406 State Street Cedar Falls, IA 50613 John Hall, Manager of Business Development Phone (319-429-5575) jhall@idexcorp.com www.vikingpump.com

Fluid Engineering/TM Filtration 1432 Walnut Street Erie, PA 16502 Marc Steiner, Chief Sales Officer Phone (814-453-5014) marc_steiner@fluideng.com www.fluideng.com

Reactors—Batch

Sensors

CMM Ingenieria Parana 1883 Bella Vista, Buenos Aires B1661 Argentina Carlos Muñoz, Director Phone (54911-40251212) tec@savoiapower.com www.savoiapower.com/biodiesel.html

Hawk Measurement (HAWK) 5010 Gateway Drive Medina, OH 44256 Ellen Nichols, Marketing Manager Phone (888-429-5538) ellen.nichols@hawkmeasurement.com www.hawkmeasurement.com Savage Associates, Inc. 1691 Route 206 Bedminster, NJ 07921 Brian Savage, Project Manager Phone (908-234-1216) brians@savageassociatesinc.com savageassociatesinc.com


Equipment

Equipment

Separation Equipment

Fluid Engineering/TM Filtration 1432 Walnut Street Erie, PA 16502 Marc Steiner, Chief Sales Officer Phone (814-453-5014) marc_steiner@fluideng.com www.fluideng.com

Wintek Corporation 7 Middlebury Boulevard, Suite 2 Randolph, NJ 07869 Michael Cicalese, President Phone (973-252-8200) michael@wintek-corp.com wintek-corp.com Oil Skimmers, Inc. 12800 York Road, Suite G Cleveland, OH 44133 Kelly Gregart, Marketing Director Phone (440-237-4600) kelly@oilskim.com www.oilskim.com

Separators

Fluid Engineering/TM Filtration 1432 Walnut Street Erie, PA 16502 Marc Steiner, Chief Sales Officer Phone (814-453-5014) marc_steiner@fluideng.com www.fluideng.com Hydrasep, Inc. 400 Vaiden Drive Hernando, MS 38632 Naji Nassif, Vice President Phone (662-429-4088) Fax (662-429-5470) nnassif@hydrasep.com www.hydrasep.com Macfuge Servizi Industriali Srl Via Marie Curie 19 Ozzano Dell'Emilia, BO 40064 Italy Filippo Ferrari, Sales Manager Phone (39-051795080) macfuge@macfuge.com www.macfuge.com

Storage GRIP Global Resources for Industrial Projects 1686 57A Street Delta, BC V4L 1X8 Canada Doug Ballard, President Phone (604-889-1855) Fax (866-695-9655) griprojects@gmail.com conveycanada.ca

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Tanks—Pressure Vessels

Fluid Engineering/TM Filtration 1432 Walnut Street Erie, PA 16502 Marc Steiner, Chief Sales Officer Phone (814-453-5014) marc_steiner@fluideng.com www.fluideng.com

Rexarc Int. 35 East Third Street West Alexandria, OH 45381 Greg Rush, Business Development Manager Phone (937-307-3598) grush@rexarc.com www.rexarc.com Arcosa Tank, LLC 500 North Akard Street, Suite 400 Dallas, TX 75201 Don Wallace, Sales Manager ASME Storage Tanks & Pressure Vessels Phone (888-558-8529) don.wallace@arcosa.com www.arcosatank.com

Thermal Systems—Fluid Cast Aluminum Solutions 1310 Kingsland Drive Batavia, IL 60510 Jeffrey Awe, Global Marketing Director Phone (630-482-5325) jawe@castaluminumsolutions.com www.castaluminumsolutions.com/ circulation-heater-summary

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Equipment/Feedstock

Equipment

Truck Receiving/Dumpers

Valves

Airoflex Equipment 6001 49th Street South Muscatine, IA 52761 Katy Lee, Sales & Marketing Manager Phone (563-264-8066) Fax (651-631-2539) sales@airoflex.com airoflex.com

Asahi/America, Inc. 655 Andover Street Lawrence, MA 01843 Kristin McLeod, Marketing Specialist Phone (781-321-5409) asahi@asahi-america.com www.asahi-america.com

Used Equipment Solutions 4 Manufacturing 1627 Baldwin Road Jacksonville, IL 62650 Tripp Fezler, CEO Phone (217-245-2919) Fax (775-361-0279) tripp@solutions4mfg.com www.solutions4mfg.com

Lexair, Inc. 2025 Mercer Road Lexington, KY 40511 John Jennings, Vice President of Sales & Marketing Phone (859-255-5001) jjennings@lexairinc.com www.lexairinc.com

Savage Associates, Inc. 1691 Route 206 Bedminster, NJ 07921 Brian Savage, Project Manager Phone (908-234-1216) brians@savageassociatesinc.com savageassociatesinc.com Valtorc International PO Box 1928 Kennesaw, GA 30156 AJ Bental, President Phone (770-423-7100) ajbental@valtorc.com www.valtorc.com

Water Treatment

Fluid Engineering/TM Filtration 1432 Walnut Street Erie, PA 16502 Marc Steiner, Chief Sales Officer Phone (814-453-5014) marc_steiner@fluideng.com www.fluideng.com Met-Chem, Inc. 837 East 79th Street Cleveland, OH 44103 James Miller, Digital Marketing Manager Phone (216-881-7900) jmiller@metchem.com metchem.com

Feedstock Animal Fats

WWS Trading 4032 Shoreline Drive #2 Spring Park, MN 55384 Mark Napier, Senior Trader Phone (952-548-9300) mark@wwstrading.com www.wwstrading.com

Brokering

WWS Trading 4032 Shoreline Drive #2 Spring Park, MN 55384 Mark Napier, Senior Trader Phone (952-548-9300) mark@wwstrading.com www.wwstrading.com

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Renew, LLC 144 New Road Thompson, CT 06277 Robert Neundorf, Chairman Phone (860-923-1091) bob@2tds.com www.to-renew.com

HVO Pre-Treatment

AT Agrar-Technik Int. GmbH Lichtenberger Weg 8 Tuebingen, Baden-Wuerttemberg 72070 Germany Moritz Pflueger, Business Assistant Phone (49-7071-539-22-21) moritzpflueger@at-agrartechnik.de www.at-agrartechnik.de

Jatropha Fata Oil & Plantation Sdn. Bhd. Loring Pasir No. 9 2.5 Mile Rock Road Kuching, Sarawak/South East Asia 93200 Malaysia Ralph Fassbender, Managing Director Phone (60-1113468450) Fax (60-824173) fataoil@gmail.com fataoilsarawak.com

Oils—Seed

Procurement

WWS Trading 4032 Shoreline Drive #2 Spring Park, MN 55384 Mark Napier, Senior Trader Phone (952-548-9300) mark@wwstrading.com www.wwstrading.com

WWS Trading 4032 Shoreline Drive #2 Spring Park, MN 55384 Mark Napier, Senior Trader Phone (952-548-9300) mark@wwstrading.com www.wwstrading.com

Sustainable Energy Group, LLC 955 Massachusetts Avenue, Suite 240 Cambridge, MA 02139 Irshad Ahmed, CEO Phone (201-248-4849) Fax (201-843-8010) mitsloan15@gmail.com tradingoils.com

Recycled Fats & Oils

Deep South Commodities 919 Orange Avenue, Suite 202 Winter Park, FL 32789 John Tapp, President Phone (407-204-1000) john@deepsouthcommodities.com www.deepsouthcommodities.com


Feedstock

Feedstock

WWS Trading 4032 Shoreline Drive #2 Spring Park, MN 55384 Mark Napier, Senior Trader Phone (952-548-9300) mark@wwstrading.com www.wwstrading.com Bioplant Technologies, LLC dba ClearEcos PO Box 21126 Boulder, CO 80308 Kurt Lange, Partner/CEO Phone (303-444-8495) messages@clearecos.com www.clearecos.com Green Planet Bio-Fuels 101 Toro Road, Unit 28 Toronto, ON M3J 2Z1 Canada Steve Hyman, President Phone (416-752-6767) hyman@greenplanetbf.com www.greenplanetbf.com Greenergy USA, Inc. 9 Greenway Plaza, Suite 1260 Houston, TX 77046 David Shiflett, Director Phone (832-831-8887) david.shiflett@greenergy.com www.greenergy.com

Liberty Commodities Corporation 14702 Excelsior Boulevard #1301 Minnetonka, MN 55345 Scott Lewis, Vice President Phone (952-939-0933) scottl@libertycomcorp.com www.libertycomcorp.com

Third Coast Commodities 107 Main Street Buchanan, MI 49107 Stephen Tuscher, Executive Assistant Phone (800-869-5124) stephen@thirdcoastcommodities.com www.thirdcoastcommodities.com

Trading

Reiter Trading, LLC 599 Colonial Drive Grand Junction, CO 81507 Kristof Reiter, Owner Phone (888-428-5617) kristof@reitertrading.com www.reitertrading.com

VeggieScout Environmental Service, LLC 15535 Southeast 287th Avenue Boring, OR 97009 Matthew Harrison, Manager Phone (503-975-8615) office@veggiescout.org veggiescout.org

WWS Trading 4032 Shoreline Drive #2 Spring Park, MN 55384 Mark Napier, Senior Trader Phone (952-548-9300) mark@wwstrading.com www.wwstrading.com

Smart Alternative Fuels, Inc. 1095 Hilltop Drive #172 Redding, CA 96002 Jayson Nalley, President Phone (855-873-3645) jayson@smartalternativefuels.com smartalternativefuels.com Solvent Systems International 70 King Street Elk Grove Village, IL 60007 Steve Rundell, President Phone (847-437-1100) Fax (847-437-1101) srundell@solvent-systems.com www.solvent-systems.com

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Transport

Storage RDF Recycling Systems Group, LLC 905 Muirfield Road Keller, TX 76248 Richard Harris, CEO Phone (844-342-7302) rharris@recyclingsystemsgroup.com www.recyclingsystemsgroup.com

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Finance/Government

Finance Accounting K·Coe Isom 8801 Renner Boulevard, Suite 100 Lenexa, KS 66219 Donna Funk, Principal Phone (913-643-5002) Fax (913-643-5001) funk@kcoe.com www.kcoe.com/industry/biofuels

Appraisals Federal Appraisal, LLC 295 US Hwy 22 East, Suite 204 Whitehouse Station, NJ 08889 Mark Pomykacz, Managing Member Phone (908-534-3590) mark@federalappraisal.com federalappraisal.com Natwick Appraisals 1205 Fourth Avenue South Fargo, ND 58103 James Natwick, President Phone (701-793-2360) Fax (701-235-1573) natwick@integra.net natwick.com Valuation and Assets Services, LLC 2108 Canadarroll Creek View Frederick, MD 21702 K. Boison, Principal Phone (301-646-4119) projects@valuationandassets.com www.valuationandassets.com

Due Diligence

BBI Project Development 308 Second Avenue North, Suite 304 Grand Forks, ND 58203 Customer Service Phone (866-746-8385) Fax (701-746-5367) service@bbiinternational.com

Equity Procurement Gale Energy, LLC 1700 Market Street, Suite 1005 Philadelphia, PA 19103 Claudia Gale, President Phone (215-558-5272) Fax (215-933-3122) claudia@galeenergy.com www.galeenergy.com

Lenders Sustainable Energy Strategies, Inc. 4803 Marymead Drive Fairfax, VA 22030 Jill Hamilton, President Phone (703-322-4484) jhamilton@sesi-online.com www.sesi-online.com

Lease Financing Viking Equipment Finance 5900 South Lake Forest Drive, Suite 300 McKinney, TX 75070 Jim Buckingham, Director Phone (972-885-8899) info@vikingequipmentfinance.com www.vikingequipmentfinance.com/ energy

Lender Representatives

Interdevelopment, Inc. 1629 K Street Northwest, Suite 300 Washington, DC 20006 Margareta Luddemann-Faris, Executive Phone (202-508-1459) Fax (202-331-3759) info@interdevelopment.com www.interdevelopment.com

BBI Project Development 308 Second Avenue North, Suite 304 Grand Forks, ND 58203 Customer Service Phone (866-746-8385) Fax (701-746-5367) service@bbiinternational.com

Federal

State

Peace Technology 104 Ladpraw 26 Lane Jatujak District, Bangkok Thailand Chieanchuang Kalayanamitr Phone (66891235750) cckalayanamitr@gmail.com www.eit.or.th

Kentucky Department of Agriculture 105 Corporate Drive Frankfort, KY 40601 Timothy Hughes, Senior Trade Advisor Phone (502-782-9265) timd.hughes@ky.gov www.kyagr.com/trade/internationaltrade.html

Government Software—Commodity Bob Moore Biodiesel 3509 Brookford Drive Norman, OK 73072 Bob Moore, President Phone (580-695-0331) bobmoorebiodiesel@yahoo.com bobmooregreenergy.weebly.com

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US Oil & Gas Technology Group PO Box 204 Sugar Land, TX 77487 Dannis Jen, President Phone (713-261-5241) Fax (877-795-9098) djen99@hotmail.com naturalgastechnology.webs.com

Mergers & Acquisitions Montana-Boston Partners, LLC 107 Cotter Court Missoula, MT 59803 Derek Nelson, Managing Partner Phone (406-370-7100) mtinvgrp@aol.com Ocean Park 655 Deep Valley Drive, Suite 340-D Rolling Hills Estates, CA 90274 Bruce Comer, Managing Director Phone (310-670-2093) bruce@oceanpk.com www.oceanpk.com


Legal Services/Marketing

Legal Services Attorneys Husch Blackwell 13330 California Street, Suite 200 Omaha, NE 68154 David Gardels, Partner Phone (402-964-5027) david.gardels@huschblackwell.com www.huschblackwell.com/industries_ services/biofuels-biomass-landfill-gas Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, LLP 607 14th Street Northwest, Suite 900 Washington, DC 20005 Mark Riedy, Partner-Chair-Energy Practice Phone (202-508-5823) Fax (202-318-4087) mriedy@kilpatricktownsend.com www.kilpatricktownsend.com

Kutak Rock, LLP 1650 Farnam Street Omaha, NE 68102 David Bracht, Attorney Phone (402-346-6000) Fax (402-346-1148) david.bracht@kutakrock.com www.kutakrock.com

Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP 180 Maiden Lane New York, NY 10038 Marvin Goldstein, Partner Phone (212-806-5629) Fax (212-806-6006) mgoldstein@stroock.com www.stroock.com

Permits & Licenses

Gulf Hydrocarbon 12455 Westpark Drive #G-6 Houston, TX 77082 Rocco Scavone, Representative Phone (281-496-5100) Fax (281-496-5101) info@gulfhydrocarbon.com gulfhydrocarbon.com

Gulf Hydrocarbon 12455 Westpark Drive #G-6 Houston, TX 77082 Jess Hewitt, President Phone (281-496-5100) Fax (281-496-5101) jess.hewitt@gulfhydrocarbon.com gulfhydrocarbon.com

Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis, LLP Fifth Avenue Place 120 Fifth Avenue, Suite 2700 Pittsburgh, PA 15222 Megan Harmon, Partner Phone (412-577-5209) mharmon@schnader.com www.schnader.com

Sustainability Engineering & Compliance PO Box 510986 Milwaukee, WI 53203 Terry Lambert, Professional Engineer, Consultant & Verifier Phone (414-326-4916) tlambertpe@yahoo.com www.linkedin.com/in/ terrencelambertpe

Marketing Auctions Maas Companies, Inc. PO Box 7128 Rochester, MN 55903 Tyler Maas, Director of Sales & Marketing Phone (507-285-1444) info@maascompanies.com www.maascompanies.com

Biodiesel

SCB Group 71 South Wacker Drive, Suite 1810 Chicago, IL 60606 Pauline Tainton, Marketing Officer Phone (787-291-0014) pauline@starcb.com starcb.com

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Marketing HTP Energy, LLC-formerly Hartland Renewable Fuels 1045 North 115th Street, Suite 300 Omaha, NE 68154 Shawn Anderson, Biofuels Sales & Marketing Phone (402-614-0083) shawn.anderson@htpenergy.com www.htpenergy.com Hyperfuels 12455 Westpark Drive, Unit G6 Houston, TX 77082 Jess Hewitt, President Phone (281-447-7200) Fax (281-496-5100) sales@hyperfuels.com www.hyperfuels.com Targray Biofuels 18105 Route Transcanadienne Kirkland, QC H9J 3Z4 Canada Dan Murray, Vice President Phone (514-695-8095) targrayinfo@targray.com www.targray.com

Blender/Distributor Kern Oil & Refining Co. 7724 East Panama Lane Bakersfield, CA 93312 Jayson Busch, Vice President of Supply, Marketing & Logistics Phone (661-845-0761) sales@kernoil.com www.kernoil.com

Propel Fuels, Inc. 1815 19th Street Sacramento, CA 95811 Niall Gillen, Director of Operations Phone (916-664-2359) niall@propelfuels.com propelfuels.com

Coproducts—Other Excalibur Lipid Technology, Inc. 5050 Poplar Avenue, Suite 1435 Memphis, TN 38104 C.W. Kimbrell, President & CEO Phone (901-767-3101) cwk@excaliburlipid.com www.excaliburlipid.com

Glycerin FID Chemicals (Future International Diversified, Inc.) 926 Jacques Paschini Street Bois-des-Filion, QC J6Z 4W4 Canada Zack Monahoyios, President Phone (450-621-4230) Fax (450-621-0503) zack@futureinternational.com www.fidchemicals.com Glycerin Traders, LLC 3522 South State Road 104 LaPorte, IN 46350 Dennis Zeedyk, CEO/President Phone (219-369-1066) glycerintraders@gmail.com www.glycerintraders.com

Market Data

SCB Group 71 South Wacker Drive, Suite 1810 Chicago, IL 60606 Pauline Tainton, Marketing Officer Phone (787-291-0014) pauline@starcb.com starcb.com

Software Fuel Delivered 64682 Cook Avenue, Suite 71 Bend, OR 97703 Jeffrey Rola, CEO Phone (541-408-7024) jprola51@aol.com www.gobioco.com

Industrial Info Resources, Inc. 2277 Plaza Drive, Suite 300 Sugar Land, TX 77847 Scott Kirkeby, Senior Account Manager Phone (612-915-9996) skirkeby@industrialinfo.com www.industrialinfo.com LeftField Commodity Research 52 Swiss Bay Winnipeg, MB R2G 2P3 Canada Chuck Penner, President Phone (204-949-1726) info@leftfieldcr.com www.leftfieldcr.com The ProExporter Network 114 South Main Street, Suite 100 Chelsea, MI 48118 Ryan Ruikka, Biofuels Energy Analyst Phone (734-330-1961) Fax (734-475-0452) ryan@prxgeo.com www.proexporter.com

Media Publications

Biodiesel Magazine 308 Second Avenue North, Suite 304 Grand Forks, ND 58203 Customer Service Phone (866-746-8385) Fax (701-746-5367) service@bbiinternational.com www.biodieselmagazine.com SEE OUR AD ON PAGE 21

Biomass Magazine 308 Second Avenue North, Suite 304 Grand Forks, ND 58203 Customer Service Phone (866-746-8385) Fax (701-746-5367) service@bbiinternational.com www.biomassmagazine.com

Ethanol Producer Magazine 308 Second Avenue North, Suite 304 Grand Forks, ND 58203 Customer Service Phone (866-746-8385) Fax (701-746-5367) service@bbiinternational.com www.ethanolproducer.com

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Pellet Mill Magazine 308 Second Avenue North, Suite 304 Grand Forks, ND 58203 Customer Service Phone (866-746-8385) Fax (701-746-5367) service@bbiinternational.com www.biomassmagazine.com/pellet-millmagazine Biofuels International 124 Middleton Road Morden, Surrey SM4 6RW United Kingdom Peter Patterson, Publisher Phone (44-208-648-7082) peter@woodcotemedia.com www.biofuels-news.com

Render Magazine PO Box 126041 Benbrook, TX 76126 Sharla Ishmael, Editor/Publisher Phone (888-927-3634) editors@rendermagazine.com www.rendermagazine.com

Websites TheBuzz Energy Industry Calendar 401 Franklin Avenue, Suite 310 Garden City, NY 11530 Richard Rutigliano, President Phone (516-222-2041) Fax (516-222-2357) advertise@thebuzz.energy thebuzz.energy


Process Technology

Process Technology Biodiesel

AT Agrar-Technik Int. GmbH Lichtenberger Weg 8 Tuebingen, Baden-Wuerttemberg 72070 Germany Moritz Pflueger, Business Assistant Phone (49-7071-539-2221) moritzpflueger@at-agrartechnik.de www.at-agrartechnik.de

BDI-BioEnergy International Parkring 18 Raaba-Grambach, Styria 8074 Austria Hermann Stockinger, CSO Phone (43-3164-009-100) lisa.florian@bdi-holding.com www.bdi-bioenergy.com/en/start Jatro Renewables, Inc. 4738 Gateway Circle, K (209) Hypernova Kettering, OH 45440 Raj Mosali, CEO Phone (937-663-3010) rmosali@jatrorenewables.com www.jatrorenewables.com Plasma Blue 151 Saint Andrews Court, Suite 710 Mankato, MN 56001 Tom Slunecka, CEO Phone (507-225-2525) tslunecka@plasma-blue.com www.plasma-blue.com Springboard Biodiesel, LLC 2323 Park Avenue Chico, CA 95928 Matthew Roberts, President Phone (530-894-1793) matt@springboardbiodiesel.com www.springboardbiodiesel.com

Sunho Biodiesel Corporation 10F-6, 380 Linsen North Road Taipei 104 Taiwan Felicia Boendadjaja, Technical Assistant Phone (886-225642720) info@sunhobiodiesel.com www.sunhobiodiesel.com

Modular Systems

Biorefining

The BioCube™ Corporation, Ltd. PO Box 567 Ashmore City, QLD 4214 Australia Laurence Baum, Managing Director Phone (61-400-681-283) info@biocubeco.com www.biocubeco.com

Desmet Ballestra North America, Inc. 450 Franklin Road, Suite 170 Marietta, GA 30067 Blake Hendrix, President & CEO Phone (770-693-0061) Fax (770-693-0071) bh@desmetballestra.com www.desmetballestra.com

Plant Process Group, LLC 2525 South Shore Boulevard, Suite 410 League City, TX 77573 Ken Reynaud, Sr. Vice President Phone (281-333-7702) Fax (281-333-7703) kreynaud@plantprocess.com www.plantprocess.com

Xylome Corporation University Research Park 510 Charmany Drive, Labs 61-62 Madison, WI 53719 Tom Kelleher, CEO Phone (805-603-9736) tkelleher@xylome.com www.xylome.com

The ChemPro Group, LLC 103 William Street Boonton, NJ 07005 Charles Bambara, Vice President of Engineering & Technology Phone (973-299-1880) Fax (973-299-4450) cbambara@thechemprogroup.com www.thechemprogroup.com

Glycerolysis

Renewable Diesel

AT Agrar-Technik Int. GmbH Lichtenberger Weg 8 Tuebingen, Baden-Wuerttemberg 72070 Germany Moritz Pflueger, Business Assistant Phone (49-7071-539-22-21) moritzpflueger@at-agrartechnik.de www.at-agrartechnik.de

CEM Machine 571 West End Avenue Carthage, NY 13619 Jason Flint, North American Sales & Service Manager Phone (315-493-4258) sales@cem-machine.com www.cem-machine.com Eco-NRG, LLC 1117 Route 212 Woodstock, NY 12498 Ron Leonard, Founder Phone (845-431-0655) econrgllc@aol.com www.econrg.com

Retrofit

AT Agrar-Technik Int. GmbH Lichtenberger Weg 8 Tuebingen, Baden-Wuerttemberg 72070 Germany Moritz Pflueger, Business Assistant Phone (49-7071-539-22-21) moritzpflueger@at-agrartechnik.de www.at-agrartechnik.de

BDI-BioEnergy International Parkring 18 Raaba-Grambach, Styria 8074 Austria Hermann Stockinger, CSO Phone (43-3164-009-100) lisa.florian@bdi-holding.com www.bdi-bioenergy.com/en/start Energy Integration, Inc. 710 Sunshine Canyon Drive Boulder, CO 80302 Bill Schafer, CEO Phone (303-517-2130) bill@energyintegrationinc.com energyintegrationinc.com KuKK K+F, Ltd. Szigetvari u. 1 Budapest 1083 Hungary Andras Kovacs Phone (36-30-211-410-1) andras@kukk.hu www.kukk.hu

Turnkey Systems BDI-BioEnergy International Parkring 18 Raaba-Grambach, Styria 8074 Austria Hermann Stockinger, CSO Phone (43-3164-009-100) jeannine.putz@bdi-holding.com www.bdi-bioenergy.com/en/start

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Research & Development/Retail Stations/Services

Research & Development Government Advanced Biodiesel Cluster Av Normalistas 800 Colinas de la Normal Guadalajara, Jalisco 44270 Mexico Georgina Sandoval, Technical Manager Phone (52-33-33-455-200) biodiesel@gmx.us bdavanzado.org

Private

University

B100: New Bio-Lubricant for All Internal Combustion Engines Cra 19 63C-58 Bogotá DC, Cundi 111221 Colombia Cesar Bautista Sterling, Engineer in Machine Design Phone (57-300-2412000) cesarbautistasterling@gmail.com patentscope.wipo.int/search/en/ detail.jsf?docId=WO2020194030&_ cid=P10-KVJN5E-56560-1

University of Nebraska-Industrial Agricultural Products Center 3605 Fair Street 208 Chase Hall Lincoln, NE 68583 Loren Isom, Assistant Director Phone (402-472-1634) agproducts@unl.edu agproducts.unl.edu

Advanced Fuel Solutions, Inc. 85 Flagship Drive, Unit K North Andover, MA 01845 Leo Verruso, General Manager Phone (978-258-8360) Fax (978-258-8354) leo@yourfuelsolution.com www.yourfuelsolution.com

Research Laboratories, Inc. 6209 Discount Drive Fort Wayne, IN 46818 Matt Alt, Laboratory Manager Phone (260-489-2551) Fax (260-489-9834) malt@researchlaboratoriesinc.com www.researchlaboratoriesinc.com

Maintenance

Iowa Central Fuel Testing Laboratory Four Triton Circle Fort Dodge, IA 50501 Rhonda Jones, Manager Phone (515-574-1259) fuels@iowafuellab.com www.iowafuellab.com

LCFS Registration

Inmetro & Optical Control Systems Flat No. C501, Ahinsha Naturez Park Gurkul Road, Sector 41 Faridabad, Haryana India Amarjit Singh Sarpal, Head of Quality Control Lab Phone (91-9899443336) sarpal.as2@gmail.com www.ocsgmbh.com

Retail Stations Blending Equipment

Savage Associates, Inc. 1691 Route 206 Bedminster, NJ 07921 Brian Savage, Project Manager Phone (908-234-1216) brians@savageassociatesinc.com savageassociatesinc.com

Illinois Oil Marketing Equipment 850 Brenkman Drive Pekin, IL 61554 Dan Ballenger, Bio Equipment Manager Phone (309-241-3983) danb@iome.com www.iome.com

Services Laboratory—Testing Services

Keystone Materials Testing, Inc. 600 East 17th Street South Newton, IA 50208 Jerry Dawson, General Manager Phone (641-792-8505) Fax (641-792-7989) jdawson@kmtlabs.com www.kmtlabs.com

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Christianson PLLP 302 Fifth Street Southwest Willmar, MN 56201 Jamey Cline, Business Development Director Phone (320-235-5937) Fax (320-235-5962) jcline@christiansoncpa.com www.christiansoncpa.com

S-O-S, Inc. PO Box 7282 Duluth, MN 55807 Jim Carter, President Phone (218-626-3917) Fax (218-626-2027) jim@sosleakrepair.com www.sosleakrepair.com


Services/Retail Stations

Services

RFS Compliance

James O. Taylor, CPA, CGMA 700 Oglethorpe Avenue, Suite A-4 Athens, GA 30606 James Taylor Phone (706-201-8973) Fax (706-549-0561) jot@jamesotaylor.com www.jamesotaylor.com

RIN Management

Wastewater Treatment

Christianson PLLP 302 Fifth Street Southwest Willmar, MN 56201 Jamey Cline, Business Development Director Phone (320-235-5937) Fax (320-235-5962) jcline@christiansoncpa.com www.christiansoncpa.com

Clean Water Technology 19008 South Western Avenue Gardena, CA 90249 Linda Englander Mills, Vice President Phone (414-335-8735) lmills@cwt-global.com www.cwt-global.com

Kelly-Hill Company PO Box 681464 4100 Northwest Van De Popouliere Riverside, MO 64150 Hank Miesner, Project Manager Phone (816-741-7727) Fax (816-587-4123) hmiesner@kellyhillco.com www.kellyhillco.com

Railcar Gate Openers

Transportation Marine

Global Seaport Services, Inc. 11152 Westheimer Road #654 Houston, TX 77042 Eric Koehne, President Phone (713-298-1328) eric.koehne@globalseaportservices.com www.globalseaportservices.com Gulf Stream Tanker Chartering, LLC 1134 Waverly Street Houston, TX 77008 Knut A. Scharning, President Phone (713-291-0044) kas@gulfstreamtx.com www.gulfstreamtx.com

Rail Kelly-Hill Company PO Box 681464 4100 Northwest Van De Popouliere Riverside, MO 64150 Ed Conlon, President Phone (816-741-7727) Fax (816-587-4123) econlon@kellyhillco.com www.kellyhillco.com

Tristar FLC, Inc. PO Box 424 (9600 Kaiser Way, Fontana, CA 92335) Vancouver, WA 98666 Barry Love, President Phone (909-823-3000) barry@tristarpnw.com www.tristarpnw.com

Railcar Equipment TrinityRail 14221 North Dallas Parkway Suite 1100 Dallas, TX 75254 Gregg Yates, Marketing Director Phone (214-589-8451) gregg.yates@trinityrail.com www.trinityrail.com

Airmatic 284 Three Tun Road Malvern, PA 19335 Bob Braun, Sales Director Phone (215-333-5600) infocenter@airmatic.com www.airmatic.com Workmaster 284 Three Tun Road Malvern, PA 19355 Bob Braun, Sales Director Phone (215-333-5600) info@workmaster.net www.workmaster.net

Trucking—Tankers

King of Freight 7100 South Volutsia Wichita, KS 67216 Shane Palmer, Director of Operations Phone (316-518-1372) Fax (888-924-0686) shane@kingoffreight.com www.kingoffreight.com

Terminals & DSP Dover Resources, Inc. PO Box 89 Dover, MA 02030 David Sorensen, President & CEO Phone (508-479-9910) dave@dovrr.com www.dovrr.com

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Company Index

Company Index A ACCM, Inc. PO Box 7071 Duluth, MN 55807 Jim Carter, Owner Phone (218-576-2835) sales@advancedcarbonfiber.com www.accmglobal.com Acterra Group, Inc. PO Box 160 200 35th Street Marion, IA 52302 Tad Cooper, President Phone (800-289-7371) info@acterragroup.com www.acterragroup.com Advanced Biodiesel Cluster Av Normalistas 800 Colinas de la Normal Guadalajara, Jalisco 44270 Mexico Georgina Sandoval, Technical Manager Phone (52-33-33-455-200) biodiesel@gmx.us bdavanzado.org Advanced Biofuels USA 507 North Bentz Street Frederick, MD 21701 Joanne Ivancic, Executive Director Phone (301-644-1395) info@advancedbiofuelsusa.org www.advancedbiofuelsusa.org Advanced Cryogenics, Ltd. PO Box 419 160 Indian Mound Trail Tavernier, FL 33070 Sam Rushing, President Phone (305-852-2597) Fax (305-852-2598) rushing@terranova.net www.carbondioxideconsultants.com Advanced Fuel Solutions, Inc. 85 Flagship Drive, Unit K North Andover, MA 01845 Leo Verruso, General Manager Phone (978-258-8360) Fax (978-258-8354) leo@yourfuelsolution.com www.yourfuelsolution.com Adwest Technologies, Ceco Environmental 680 Langsdorf Avenue, Suite 102 Fullerton, CA 92832 Brian Cannon, Vice President of Sales Phone (716-474-9462) bcannon@onececo.com www.cecoenviro.com

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Aequor, Inc. 11575 Sorrento Valley Road #215 San Diego, CA 92121 Marilyn Bruno, CEO Phone (858-255-7854) Fax (858-255-7854) mbruno@aequorinc.com www.aequorinc.com

AirPro Fan & Blower Company PO Box 543 425 West Davenport Street Rhinelander, WI 54501 Chet White, Sales Manager Phone (715-365-3267) fans@airprofan.com airprofan.com

AFRY Management Consulting 295 Madison Avenue, Suite 705 New York, NY 10017 Jose Gonzalez, Senior Principal Phone (404-434-3548) jose.gonzalez@afry.com www.afry.com

Alcohol Tax Consultants, Inc. PO Box 1595 Madison Square Station New York, NY 10159 Matt Zuckerman, President Phone (917-771-9906) info@alcoholtax.com alcoholtax.com

Ag Processing, Inc. 12700 West Dodge Road Omaha, NE 68103 Nathan Nolte, Sales Manager of Renewable Fuels Phone (402-431-5094) nnolte@agp.com www.agp.com AGRI-associates, Inc. 6900 College Boulevard, Suite 275 Overland Park, KS 66211 Glenn Person, President Phone (913-696-9990) gjp@agriassociates.com www.agriassociates.com Air Resource Specialists, Inc. 1901 Sharp Point Drive, Suite F Fort Collins, CO 80525 Katrina Winborn-Miller, Manager of Environmental Compliance Section Phone (970-484-7941) Fax (970-484-3423) kwinborn-miller@air-resource.com www.air-resource.com Air Techniques, Inc. 2999 Johnson Ferry Road Marietta, GA 30062 Thomas Wassel, Sales Phone (704-681-3025) twassel@airtechniquesinc.com www.aticems.com Airmatic 284 Three Tun Road Malvern, PA 19335 Bob Braun, Sales Director Phone (215-333-5600) infocenter@airmatic.com www.airmatic.com Airoflex Equipment 6001 49th Street South Muscatine, IA 52761 Katy Lee, Sales & Marketing Manager Phone (563-264-8066) Fax (651-631-2539) sales@airoflex.com airoflex.com

Amalgamated, Inc. PO Box 8977 6211 Discount Drive (46818) Fort Wayne, IN 46898 Gary Pipenger, CEO Phone (260-489-2549) Fax (260-489-9834) gpipenger2@frontier.com www.amalgamatedinc.com American Heating, an Enerquip company 611 North Road Medford, WI 54451 Ron Herman, Director of Business Development Phone (715-748-5888) sales@enerquip.com americanheatingco.com Ameridia Innovative Solutions, Inc. 2656 Napa Valley Corporate Drive Napa, CA 94558 Daniel Bar, Vice President of Sales & Business Development Phone (707-690-1570) Fax (707-690-1571) dbar@ameridia.com www.ameridia.com Andax Industries 613 West Palmer Saint Marys, KS 66536 Jim Bunn, Sales Manager Phone (785-437-0604) Fax (785-437-0616) sales@andax.com andax.com Anguil Environmental Systems, Inc. 8855 North 55th Street Milwaukee, WI 53223 Kevin Summ, Director of Marketing Phone (414-365-6400) kevin.summ@anguil.com www.anguil.com

APAC Biofuel Consultants 8 Chelmsford Avenue Mitcham, SA 5062 Australia Mike Cochran, Principal Phone (61-0419-116-696) biofuels@eccoaustralia.com eccoaustralia.com Arcosa Tank, LLC 500 North Akard Street, Suite 400 Dallas, TX 75201 Don Wallace, Sales Manager ASME Storage Tanks & Pressure Vessels Phone (888-558-8529) don.wallace@arcosa.com www.arcosatank.com Arisdyne Systems, Inc. 17830 Englewood Drive, Suite 11 Cleveland, OH 44135 Darren Litle, Director of Sales Phone (216-389-0230) dlitle@arisdyne.com www.arisdyne.com Arkema, Inc. 900 First Avenue King of Prussia, PA 19406 Megan Reimer, Marketing Specialist Phone (610-205-7557) megan.reimer@arkema.com www.arkema.com/global/en/products/ product-families/thiochemicals Asahi/America, Inc. 655 Andover Street Lawrence, MA 01843 Kristin McLeod, Marketing Specialist Phone (781-321-5409) asahi@asahi-america.com www.asahi-america.com Aslan Group, LLC-Leonard Associates 4739 Loyola Drive Baton Rouge, LA 70808 Charles Leonard, Certified Industrial Hygienist Phone (225-335-7457) charlie@cleonard.net cleonard.net Association Quality Management Biodiesel-AGQM Biodiesel e.V. Am Weidendamm 1A Berlin 10117 Germany Richard Wicht, Manager Phone (49-30-726-259-80) Fax (49-30-726-259-85) info@agqm-biodiesel.de www.agqm-biodiesel.com AT Agrar-Technik Int. GmbH Lichtenberger Weg 8 Tuebingen, Baden-Wuerttemberg 72070 Germany Moritz Pflueger, Business Assistant Phone (49-7071-539-22-21) moritzpflueger@at-agrartechnik.de www.at-agrartechnik.de


ATAGO USA, Inc. 14432 Southeast Eastgate Way, Suite 450 Bellevue, WA 98007 Marketing, Phone (425-637-2107) customerservice@atago-usa.com www.atago-usa.com

BASF Corporation 1609 Biddle Wyandotte, MI 48192 Beth Primeau, New Business Development Phone (313-573-6585) beth.primeau@basf.com chemicals.basf.com

Biomass Magazine 308 Second Avenue North, Suite 304 Grand Forks, ND 58203 Customer Service Phone (866-746-8385) Fax (701-746-5367) service@bbiinternational.com www.biomassmagazine.com

Auris BioEnergy, Inc. 245 First Street, Suite 1800 Cambridge, MA 02142 Irshad Ahmed, President & CEO Phone (617-955-0020) Fax (201-843-8010) iahmed@aurisbioenergy.com www.aurisbioenergy.com

BBI Project Development 308 Second Avenue North, Suite 304 Grand Forks, ND 58203 Customer Service Phone (866-746-8385) Fax (701-746-5367) service@bbiinternational.com

Bioplant Technologies, LLC dba ClearEcos PO Box 21126 Boulder, CO 80308 Kurt Lange, Partner/CEO Phone (303-444-8495) messages@clearecos.com www.clearecos.com

Automation Products, Inc.-DYNATROL® Division 3030 Maxroy Street Houston, TX 77008 Steve Sawyer, Factory Sales Manager Phone (713-869-0361) Fax (713-869-7332) ssawyer@dynatrolusa.com www.dynatrolusa.com Avalon Energy Group, LLC 4 Tyler Road Lexington, MA 02420 Irshad Ahmed, President & CEO Phone (201-843-8100) Fax (201-843-8010) avalonenergy@gmail.com www.avalonenergygroup.com AZCO 1025 East South River Street Appleton, WI 54915 Scott Kennedy, Business Development Manager Phone (920-734-5791) skennedy@azco-inc.com www.azco-inc.com

B B100: New Bio-Lubricant for All Internal Combustion Engines Cra 19 63C-58 Bogotá DC, Cundi 111221 Colombia Cesar Bautista Sterling, Engineer in Machine Design Phone (57-300-2412000) cesarbautistasterling@gmail.com patentscope.wipo.int/search/en/ detail.jsf?docId=WO2020194030&_ cid=P10-KVJN5E-56560-1 Barnum Mechanical, Inc. 3260 Penryn Road Loomis, CA 95650 Phone (800-922-7686) marketing.barnummech@gmail.com www.barnummech.com

BDI-BioEnergy International Parkring 18 Raaba-Grambach, Styria 8074 Austria Hermann Stockinger, CSO Phone (43-3164-009-100) jeannine.putz@bdi-holding.com www.bdi-bioenergy.com/en/start Biobor Fuel Additives 6951 West Little York Road Houston, TX 77040 Blake Rampy, Sales Manager Phone (800-548-9166) sales@biobor.com www.biobor.com Biodiesel & Renewable Diesel Summit 308 Second Avenue North, Suite 304 Grand Forks, ND 58203 Customer Service Phone (866-746-8385) Fax (701-746-5367) service@bbiinternational.com www.biodieselsummit.com SEE OUR AD ON PAGE 11 Biodiesel Magazine 308 Second Avenue North, Suite 304 Grand Forks, ND 58203 Customer Service Phone (866-746-8385) Fax (701-746-5367) service@bbiinternational.com www.biodieselmagazine.com SEE OUR AD ON PAGE 21 Biofuels International 124 Middleton Road Morden, Surrey SM4 6RW United Kingdom Peter Patterson, Publisher Phone (44-208-648-7082) peter@woodcotemedia.com www.biofuels-news.com BioFuran Materials, LLC 920 William Pitt Way Pittsburgh, PA 15238 Chengy Gwengo, Principal Scientist Phone (412-376-7101) biofm@biofuranchem.com www.biofuranchem.com

Bob Moore Biodiesel 3509 Brookford Drive Norman, OK 73072 Bob Moore, President Phone (580-695-0331) bobmoorebiodiesel@yahoo.com bobmooregreenergy.weebly.com Brandsymbol 2925 Senna Drive Matthews, NC 28105 Clayton Tolley, President & CEO Phone (704-625-0106) info@brandsymbol.com brandsymbol.com Bridgestone Associates, Ltd. PO Box 1299 Chadds Ford, PA 19317 Martin Anderson, President & CEO Phone (610-388-6191) solutions@brdgstn.com www.brdgstn.com Bryan Yeh Consulting 156 Arlene Drive Walnut Creek, CA 94595 Bryan Yeh, Managing Director Phone (925-945-7540) bryan@bryanyeh.com www.bryanyeh.com BSI Engineering 300 E-Business Way, Suite 300 Cincinnati, OH 45231 Monica Prather, Marketing Coordinator Phone (513-201-3100) info@bsiengr.com www.bsiengr.com

C California Advanced Biofuels Alliance (CABA) 1415 L Street, Suite 460 Sacramento, CA 95814 Rebecca Baskins, Executive Director Phone (916-743-8935) rebecca@caadvancedbiofuelsalliance.org www.caadvancedbiofuelsalliance.org CAMCORP, Inc. 9732 Pflumm Road Lenexa, KS 66215 Tracy Janssen, Vice President of Air Pollution Control Phone (913-831-0740) Fax (913-831-9271) tracyj@camcorpinc.com www.camcorpinc.com Canary Biofuels, Inc. #322 11th Avenue Southwest #408 Calgary, AB T2R 0C5 Canada Lorne Petersen, Vice President of Business Development Phone (403-415-9444) lpetersen@canarybiofuels.com www.canarybiofuels.com Carbis Solutions 1430 West Darlington Street Florence, SC 29501 Brandi Caldwell, Marketing Manager Phone (479-883-2405) brandi.caldwell@carbissolutions.com carbissolutions.com Carbon Capture & Storage Summit 308 2nd Avenue North, Suite 304 Grand Forks, ND 58203 Customer Service Phone (701-746-8385) service@bbiinternational.com www.fuelethanolworkshop.com SEE OUR AD ON PAGE 42 Cast Aluminum Solutions 1310 Kingsland Drive Batavia, IL 60510 Jeffrey Awe, Global Marketing Director Phone (630-482-5325) jawe@castaluminumsolutions.com www.castaluminumsolutions.com circulation-heater-summary Catalytic Products International 980 Ensell Road Lake Zurich, IL 60047 Steve Klostermeyer, Vice President of Sales Phone (847-438-0334) sales@cpilink.com www.cpilink.com

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Company Index

CEM Machine 571 West End Avenue Carthage, NY 13619 Jason Flint, North American Sales & Service Manager Phone (315-493-4258) sales@cem-machine.com www.cem-machine.com CF Technologies, Inc. 1 Westinghouse Plaza, Suite D101 Hyde Park, MA 02136 Jessica Sweeney, Vice President Phone (617-364-2500) jessica@cftechnologies.com cftechnologies.com Christianson PLLP 302 Fifth Street Southwest Willmar, MN 56201 Jamey Cline, Business Development Director Phone (320-235-5937) Fax (320-235-5962) jcline@christiansoncpa.com www.christiansoncpa.com Cielo Waste Solutions Bridge View Place II 5114 58th Street, Suite 115 Red Deer, AB T4N 2L8 Canada Don Allen, President & CEO info@cielows.com www.cielows.com Clariant Refinery Services 2750 Technology Forest Boulevard The Woodlands, TX 77381 Jeffrey Burns, Head of Refinery Phone (281-296-3216) Fax (281-465-9200) jeff.burns@clariant.com www.clariant.com/refinery Clean Energy Consultants 134 Dogwood Drive Southeast Milledgeville, GA 31061 Ernie Pollitzer, Owner Phone (770-331-2858) ernie@cleanenergyconsultants.net cleanenergyconsultants.net Clean Water Technology 19008 South Western Avenue Gardena, CA 90249 Linda Englander Mills, Vice President Phone (414-335-8735) lmills@cwt-global.com www.cwt-global.com CMM Ingenieria Parana 1883 Bella Vista, Buenos Aires B1661 Argentina Carlos Muñoz, Director Phone (54911-40251212) tec@savoiapower.com www.savoiapower.com/biodiesel.html

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Commodity Talent LLC 27 East 28th Street New York, NY 10016 George Stein, Managing Director Phone (917-545-9850) ghstein@commoditytalent.com www.commoditytalent.com Community Fuels 809-C Snedeker Avenue Stockton, CA 95203 Bryan Yeh, President & CEO Phone (760-942-9306) bryany@communityfuels.com www.communityfuels.com CompuWeigh Corp. 50 Middle Quarter Road Woodbury, CT 06798 Tim Ciucci, Sr. Vice President of Sales & Marketing Phone (203-262-9400) Fax (203-262-9488) tim@compuweigh.com www.compuweigh.com Consolidated Biofuels, Ltd. 7651 Vantage Way Delta, BC V4G 1A6 Canada Dan Treleaven, President Phone (604-943-8653) Fax (604-946-9609) dtreleaven@consolidatedbiofuels.net www.consolidatedbiofuels.net Conveyor Components Company PO Box 167 130 Seltzer Road Croswell, MI 48422 Rich Washkevich, Sales Manager Phone (800-233-3233) Fax (810-679-4510) info@conveyorcomponents.com www.conveyorcomponents.com Cooling Technology Institute (CTI) PO Box 681807 3845 Cypress Creek Parkway, Suite 420 (77068) Houston, TX 77268 Jalene Fritz, Membership Committee Vice Chair Phone (970-593-8637) Fax (281-537-1721) jfritz@tpitx.com www.cti.org Critical Path Management, LLC (CPM) N4980 Bradley Street Gleason, WI 54435 Bob Shank, Owner Phone (715-218-3979) bob_shank@cpmcm.com www.cpmcm.com

Crown Global Headquarters & Innovation Center 9879 Naples Street Northeast Blaine, MN 55449 Bill Morphew, Global Commercial Director of Liquids Segment Phone (651-638-5407) sales@crowniron.com www.crowniron.com

D D-SOL® PO Box 489 374 Route 22 Whitehouse, NJ 08888 Jeremiah Bear, Business Development Manager Phone (812-283-6675) sales@dallasgrp.com www.d-sol.com D.Z.Y. Drafting & Design Services Limited 951 Wilson Avenue, Unit 13-L (Ground Floor) Toronto, ON M3K 2A7 Canada Deniz Yazici, President & Principal Engineer Phone (416-633-3700) Fax (416-631-8459) dzy@sympatico.ca www.dzy.ca D3MAX LLC 308 Second Avenue North, Suite 304 Grand Forks, ND 58203 Mark Yancey, Vice President of Project Development Phone (866-746-8385) Fax (701-746-5367) myancey@d3maxllc.com www.d3maxllc.com SEE OUR AD ON PAGE 16 DALSORB® Oil Purifier PO Box 489 Whitehouse, NJ 08888 Kevin Ryan, Director of Sales Phone (908-534-7800) sales@dallasgrp.com www.d-sol.com Dürr Systems, Inc. 830 Prosper Street De Pere, WI 54115 CTS Sales Phone (920-336-5715) durrmegtecinquiries@durrusa.com www.durr-megtec.com DDI Heat Exchangers, Inc. 305 Baffin Street Dollard Des Ormeaux, QC H9A 3G4 Canada Erwin Schwartz, President Phone (514-696-7961) erwin@ddi.ca www.ddi-heatexchangers.com

Deep South Commodities 919 Orange Avenue, Suite 202 Winter Park, FL 32789 John Tapp, President Phone (407-204-1000) john@deepsouthcommodities.com www.deepsouthcommodities.com Degart Global, LLC 4810 74th Street Urbandale, IA 50322 Gary DeLong, Vice President Phone (515-240-9586) garyd@degartglobal.com www.degartglobal.com Delta Tech Service, Inc. 397 West Channel Road Benicia, CA 94510 Matthew Webb, Project Manager Phone (707-745-2080) mwebb@deltatechservice.com www.deltatechservice.com Desmet Ballestra North America, Inc. 450 Franklin Road, Suite 170 Marietta, GA 30067 Blake Hendrix, President & CEO Phone (770-693-0061) Fax (770-693-0071) bh@desmetballestra.com www.desmetballestra.com Diesel Technology Forum 5300 Westview Drive, Suite 308 Frederick, MD 21703 Allen Schaeffer, Executive Director Phone (301-668-7230) dtf@dieselforum.org www.dieselforum.org Dilling Group, Inc. PO Box 47 111 East Mildred Street Logansport, IN 46947 Mark Hildebrandt, Business Development Director Phone (574-355-6382) Fax (574-753-2685) mhildebrandt@dillinggroup.com www.dillinggroup.com Direct Companies 2425 South Shirley Avenue, Suite 101 Sioux Falls, SD 57106 Carson Merkwan, Business Development Manager Phone (866-583-3377) carson.merkwan@directcompanies.com www.directcompanies.com Dolphin Centrifuge 24248 Gibson Drive Warren, MI 48089 Jim Kraft, Manager Phone (248-819-1732) sales@dolphincentrifuge.com dolphincentrifuge.com


Dover Resources, Inc. PO Box 89 Dover, MA 02030 David Sorensen, President & CEO Phone (508-479-9910) dave@dovrr.com www.dovrr.com

E Eco-NRG, LLC 1117 Route 212 Woodstock, NY 12498 Ron Leonard, Founder Phone (845-431-0655) econrgllc@aol.com www.econrg.com EcoEngineers 300 East Locust Street, Suite 313 Des Moines, IA 50309 Roxby Hartley, Senior Regulatory Consultant Phone (515-985-1260) rhartley@ecoengineers.us www.ecoengineers.us ECONOCHILL PO Box 1453 Eagle Pass, TX 78853 Christian Antalics, Sales Manager Phone (800-942-9249) sales@econochill.com www.econochill.com Economy Controls Corporation 9801 Gravois Road St. Louis, MO 63123 Andrew Freeman, Project Manager Phone (314-544-3700) Fax (317-544-5373) sales@economycontrols.com www.economycontrols.com Ecostrat, Inc. 60 St. Clair Avenue East #404 Toronto, ON M4T 1N5 Canada Alan Peranson, Director of Business Development Phone (416-456-0466) alan@ecostrat.com ecostrat.com Energy Integration, Inc. 710 Sunshine Canyon Drive Boulder, CO 80302 Bill Schafer, CEO Phone (303-517-2130) bill@energyintegrationinc.com energyintegrationinc.com Enerquip, LLC 611 North Road Medford, WI 54451 Ron Herman, Director of Business Development Phone (715-748-5888) sales@enerquip.com enerquip.com

EP Engineered Clays Corporation, a U.S. Silica Company 600 East McDowell Road Jackson, MS 39204 Jorge Bello, Global Technical Service Manager Phone (512-221-5744) jorge.bello@ussilica.com www.epengineeredclays.com EP Minerals, a U.S. Silica Company 9785 Gateway Drive, Suite 1000 Reno, NV 89521 Niels Mastrup, Technical Service Manager Phone (775-622-6384) niels.mastrup@ussilica.com www.epminerals.com Epcon Industrial Systems, LP 17777 I-45 South Conroe, TX 77385 Tasha Jamaluddin Phone (936-273-3300) epcon@epconlp.com epconlp.com Equinox 4255 43rd Avenue South Fargo, ND 58104 Kyle Althoff, President Phone (303-910-6052) kalthoff@equinox8.com www.equinox8.com ERG Partners PO Box 1205 Harrisburg, PA 17108 John Nikoloff, President & Partner Phone (717-233-8606) Fax (717-798-3159) john@pa-erg.com www.erg-partners.com Ethanol Producer Magazine 308 Second Avenue North, Suite 304 Grand Forks, ND 58203 Customer Service Phone (866-746-8385) Fax (701-746-5367) service@bbiinternational.com www.ethanolproducer.com Euclid Chemical 19215 Redwood Road Cleveland, OH 44110 Jennifer Crisman, Director of Marketing Services Phone (216-692-8359) jcrisman@euclidchemical.com www.euclidchemical.com Evonik Corporation 299 Jefferson Road Parsippany, NJ 07054 Bud Murphy, Business Manager of Biodiesel Phone (732-651-0001) Fax (732-651-0010) bernard.murphy@evonik.com www.evonik/biodiesel

Excalibur Lipid Technology, Inc. 5050 Poplar Avenue, Suite 1435 Memphis, TN 38104 C.W. Kimbrell, President & CEO Phone (901-767-3101) cwk@excaliburlipid.com www.excaliburlipid.com

Fluid Engineering/TM Filtration 1432 Walnut Street Erie, PA 16502 Marc Steiner, Chief Sales Officer Phone (814-453-5014) marc_steiner@fluideng.com www.fluideng.com

ExcelVite Sdn. Bhd. Lot 56442, 7.5 Mile Jalan Ipoh Chemor, Perak 31200 Malaysia HL Chin, Head of Sales Phone (6052014192) info@excelvite.com www.evbiodiesel.com

FPZ, Inc. 150 North Progress Drive Saukville, WI 53080 Jim Risselman, Sales Phone (262-268-0180) usa@fpz.com www.fpz.com

F Fata Oil & Plantation Sdn. Bhd. Loring Pasir No. 9 2.5 Mile Rock Road Kuching, Sarawak/South East Asia 93200 Malaysia Ralph Fassbender, Managing Director Phone (6011-134-68450) Fax (6082-4173) fataoil@gmail.com fataoilsarawak.com Federal Appraisal, LLC 295 Hwy 22 East, Suite 204 Whitehouse Station, NJ 08889 Mark Pomykacz, Managing Member Phone (908-534-3590) mark@federalappraisal.com federalappraisal.com Fiber Chem, Inc. 14857 West Ridge Lane, Suite 7 Dubuque, IA 52001 Dan Smith, Business Development Manager Phone (563-583-1423) dan@fiber-chem.com www.fiber-chem.com FID Chemicals (Future International Diversified, Inc.) 926 Jacques Paschini Street Bois-des-Filion, QC J6Z 4W4 Canada Zack Monahoyios, President Phone (450-621-4230) Fax (450-621-0503) zack@futureinternational.com www.fidchemicals.com Flottweg Separation Technology, Inc. 10700 Toebben Drive Indpendence, KY 41051 Lori Huber, Marketing Specialist Phone (859-448-2300) lhuber@flottweg.net www.flottweg.com

French Oil Mill Machinery Co. PO Box 920 1035 West Greene Street Piqua, OH 45356 Robert Pavlik, Oilseed Sales Engineer Phone (937-451-5438) Fax (937-773-3424) rppavlik@frenchoil.com www.frenchoil.com Fuel Delivered 64682 Cook Avenue, Suite 71 Bend, OR 97703 Jeffrey Rola, CEO Phone (541-408-7024) jprola51@aol.com www.gobioco.com FutureFuel Chemical Company PO Box 2357 2800 Gap Road Batesville, AR 72501 Jerry Allison, Sales Manager Phone (870-698-3000) info@ffcmail.com www.futurefuelcorporation.com

G Gale Energy, LLC 1700 Market Street, Suite 1005 Philadelphia, PA 19103 Claudia Gale, President Phone (215-558-5272) Fax (215-933-3122) claudia@galeenergy.com www.galeenergy.com GEA North America 100 Fairway Court Northvale, NJ 07647 Greg Waranica, Market Manager Phone (201-245-5652) gregory.waranica@gea.com gea.com Global Seaport Services, Inc. 11152 Westheimer Road #654 Houston, TX 77042 Eric Koehne, President Phone (713-298-1328) eric.koehne@globalseaportservices.com www.globalseaportservices.com

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Global Talent Solutions PO Box 235 201 East Main Avenue, Suite 9 Frazee, MN 56544 Brian Bigger, President/Recruiter Phone (218-308-9200) brian@globaltalentsolutions.com www.globaltalentsolutions.com

Gregersen Structural Engineering, Inc. 1143 West Two Moons Circle Ivins, UT 84738 Max Gregersen, Principal Structural Engineer Phone (385-232-1747) max@gsestructural.com www.gsestructural.com

Hawaiian Wiliki Limited Liability Company PO Box 2979 Fair Oaks, CA 95628 William Pietrucha, Principal Phone (916-967-4134) wjphwl@att.net www.hawaiianwiliki.com

Husch Blackwell 13330 California Street, Suite 200 Omaha, NE 68154 David Gardels, Partner Phone (402-964-5027) david.gardels@huschblackwell.com www.huschblackwell.com/industries_ services/biofuels-biomass-landfill-gas

GlobalTech Fluids 12000 Xenia Lane Orlando, FL 32827 Oscar Domingo, Manager Phone (407-412-5186) Fax (407-412-5186) odomingo@globaltechfluids.com www.globaltechfluids.com

GRIP Global Resources for Industrial Projects 1686 57A Street Delta, BC V4L 1X8 Canada Doug Ballard, President Phone (604-889-1855) Fax (866-695-9655) griprojects@gmail.com conveycanada.ca

Hawk Measurement (HAWK) 5010 Gateway Drive Medina, OH 44256 Ellen Nichols, Marketing Manager Phone (888-429-5538) ellen.nichols@hawkmeasurement.com www.hawkmeasurement.com

Hydrasep, Inc. 400 Vaiden Drive Hernando, MS 38632 Naji Nassif, Vice President Phone (662-429-4088) Fax (662-429-5470) nnassif@hydrasep.com www.hydrasep.com

Glycerin Traders, LLC 3522 South State Road 104 LaPorte, IN 46350 Dennis Zeedyk, CEO/President Phone (219-369-1066) glycerintraders@gmail.com www.glycerintraders.com Gold Seal Industries 102 Magnolia Chase Drive Benton, LA 71006 Evan Kirkendall, President & CEO Phone (318-294-7396) ekirkendall@goldsealindustries.com www.energy-inc.com Gorman-Rupp Company 600 South Airport Road Mansfield, OH 44903 John Hoffner, Product Manager Phone (419-755-1511) Fax (419-755-1251) john.hoffner@gormanrupp.com grpumps.com Green Planet Bio-Fuels 101 Toro Road, Unit 28 Toronto, ON M3J 2Z1 Canada Steve Hyman, President Phone (416-752-6767) hyman@greenplanetbf.com www.greenplanetbf.com Greenergy USA, Inc. 9 Greenway Plaza, Suite 1260 Houston, TX 77046 David Shiflett, Director Phone (832-831-8887) david.shiflett@greenergy.com www.greenergy.com Greenfield 213 Seacrest Drive Wrightsville Beach, NC 28480 Robin Spinks, Principal Phone (910-617-7544) robin@greenfield.bz www.greenfield.bz

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Grow Vertical Technologies 3200 Summit Boulevard #15951 Palm Beach County, FL 33416 Nic Sky, Manager Phone (786-273-6635) chatmehere2@gmail.com www.growverticaltechnologies.com Gulf Coast Environmental Systems 1689 Hawthorne Drive Conroe, TX 77301 Corina Sheridan, Director of Business Development Phone (832-476-9024) sales@gcesystems.com www.gcesystems.com Gulf Hydrocarbon 2415 South Dairy Ashford Houston, TX 77077 Jess Hewitt, President Phone (281-496-5100) Fax (281-496-5101) jess.hewitt@gulfhydrocarbon.com gulfhydrocarbon.com Gulf Stream Tanker Chartering, LLC 1134 Waverly Street Houston, TX 77008 Knut A. Scharning, President Phone (713-291-0044) kas@gulfstreamtx.com www.gulfstreamtx.com

H H.T. PROF Clean Tech 1470 Benbow Street Winston-Salem, NC 27106 Todd Porter, President/Recruiter Phone (770-420-7440) tsporter@htprof.com www.htprofgroup.com

Hedlin Ag Enterprises PO Box 1235 Ankeny, IA 50021 Kevin Drury, Owner/President Phone (515-964-7997) kdrury@hedlinag.com www.hedlinag.com HEMCO Corporation 711 South Powell Road Independence, MO 64056 Jerry Schwarz, Marketing Phone (816-796-2900) Fax (816-796-3333) info@hemcocorp.com www.hemcocorp.com Hemp Fuel Group, LLC 12952 Clemson Drive Corona, CA 92880 Eduardo Herrera, Co-Founder Phone (951-741-7713) hempfuelgroup@gmail.com www.hempfuelgroup.com Hennepin Technical College 9000 Brooklyn Boulevard Brooklyn Park, MN 55445 Brent Newville Phone (763-488-2530) brent.newville@hennepintech.edu www.hennepintech.edu Hennigan Engineering/Hennigan Energy Services Group 55 Industrial Park Road Hingham, MA 02043 Tracy Hennigan Bonnyman, Market Development Manager Phone (800-472-8484) thb@henniganengineering.com henniganengineering.com HTP Energy, LLC-formerly Hartland Renewable Fuels 1045 North 115th Street, Suite 300 Omaha, NE 68154 Shawn Anderson, Biofuels Sales & Marketing Phone (402-614-0083) shawn.anderson@htpenergy.com www.htpenergy.com

Hydrite 17385 Golf Parkway Brookfield, WI 53045 Don Cipowski, Sales Manager Phone (219-299-4174) don.cipowski@hydrite.com www.hydrite.com Hydrotex 7508 Brockwood Court North Richland Hills, TX 76182 Jim Crandall, Lubrication & Fuel Consultant Phone (877-300-5823) Fax (877-811-5172) jcran650@gmail.com

I ICC Group 108-9800 McDonald Park Road Suite 228 Sidney, BC V8L 5W5 Canada Bryan Imber, President Phone (778-351-0476) Fax (778-351-0444) bimber@iccgroup.ca www.iccgroup.ca ICS, Inc. 2500 State Mill Road Grand Forks, ND 58203 David Dangerfield, Project Development Phone (701-775-8480) dave.dangerfield@icsgf.us www.icsgf.com IKA Works, Inc. 2635 Northchase Parkway Southeast Wilmington, NC 28405 Lindsey Carter, Marketing Manager Phone (910-452-7059) lindsey.carter@ika.net www.ikausa.com


Illinois Oil Marketing Equipment 850 Brenkman Drive Pekin, IL 61554 Dan Ballenger, Bio Equipment Manager Phone (309-241-3983) danb@iome.com www.iome.com Illinois Soybean Association 1605 Commerce Parkway Bloomington, IL 61704 Claire Weinzierl, Communications Manager Phone (309-585-6318) weinzierlc@ilsoy.org www.ilsoy.org Indeck Power Equipment Company 1111 Willis Avenue Wheeling, IL 60090 Debra Sullo, Interim Marketing Specialist Phone (847-541-8300) Fax (847-541-9984) dsullo@indeck-power.com www.indeck.com Industrial Info Resources 2818 Kenwood Isles Drive Minneapolis, MN 55408 Scott Kirkeby, Senior Account Manager Phone (612-915-9996) skirkeby@industrialinfo.com www.industrialinfo.com Industrial Info Resources, Inc. 2277 Plaza Drive, Suite 300 Sugar Land, TX 77847 Scott Kirkeby, Senior Account Manager Phone (612-915-9996) skirkeby@industrialinfo.com www.industrialinfo.com Industrial Sales Solutions, LLC 3684 120th Court West Faribault, MN 55021 Jim Vogel, President & Sales Manager Phone (612-805-7646) jim.vogel@ind-sales.com www.ind-sales.com Inmetro & Optical Control Systems Flat No. C501, Ahinsha Naturez Park Gurkul Road, Sector 41 Faridabad, Haryana India Amarjit Singh Sarpal, Head of Quality Control Lab Phone (91-9899443336) sarpal.as2@gmail.com www.ocsgmbh.com Innovative Plant Solutions 3125 East 14th Avenue Hibbing, MN 55746 Melisa Schinderle, Corporate Services Manager Phone (844-799-6582) mschinderle@innovativeplantsolutions. com www.innovativeplantsolutions.com

INTEC Engineering GmbH John-Deere-Str. 43 Bruchsal, Baden-Württemberg 76646 Germany Christian Daniel, Sales Director Phone (49-7251-93243-00) Fax (49-7251-93243-99) info@intec-energy.de www.intec-energy.com Intec Thermal Energy 5665 Atlanta Hwy, Suite 102B-225 Alpharetta, GA 30004 Todd Fahring, Sales Phone (770-910-4232) tfahring@thermalpd.com www.intecthermal.com Interdevelopment, Inc. 1629 K Street Northwest, Suite 300 Washington, DC 20006 Margareta Luddemann-Faris, Executive Phone (202-508-1459) Fax (202-331-3759) info@interdevelopment.com www.interdevelopment.com International Biomass Conference & Expo 308 Second Avenue North, Suite 304 Grand Forks, ND 58203 Customer Service Phone (866-746-8385) Fax (701-746-5367) service@bbiinternational.com www.biomassconference.com International Fuel Ethanol Workshop & Expo 308 Second Avenue North, Suite 304 Grand Forks, ND 58203 Customer Service Phone (866-746-8385) Fax (701-746-5367) service@bbiinternational.com www.fuelethanolworkshop.com SEE OUR AD ON PAGE 43 Interstates, Inc. 1400 Seventh Avenue Northeast Sioux Center, IA 51250 Seth Vis, Business Development Manager Phone (712-722-1662) seth.vis@interstates.com www.interstates.com Iowa Central Fuel Testing Laboratory Four Triton Circle Fort Dodge, IA 50501 Rhonda Jones, Manager Phone (515-574-1259) fuels@iowafuellab.com www.iowafuellab.com IP Specialities 3536 Edwards Road Cincinnati, OH 45208 Matt Schneider, Commercial Manager Phone (513-257-0831) m.schneider@ipspecialities.com www.ipspecialities.com

Isomer Project Group 141 Traction Street Greenville, SC 29611 RL Simpson, Managing Partner Phone (864-565-9100) contact@isomer.group www.isomer.group

J J.C. Ramsdell Enviro Services, Inc. 408 South Veterans Street Flandreau, SD 57028 Kelley Ramsdell, President Phone (605-997-3706) mel@jcramsdell.net www.jcramsdell.com JAL Engineering 100-7 Rancho Road, Unit 111 Thousand Oaks, CA 91362 James Latty, Chief Engineer Phone (805-551-9675) jalengineer@sbcglobal.net James O. Taylor, CPA, CGMA 700 Oglethorpe Avenue, Suite A-4 Athens, GA 30606 James Taylor Phone (706-201-8973) Fax (706-549-0561) jot@jamesotaylor.com www.jamesotaylor.com Jatro Renewables, Inc. 4738 Gateway Circle, K (209) Hypernova Kettering, OH 45440 Raj Mosali, CEO Phone (937-663-3010) rmosali@jatrorenewables.com www.jatrorenewables.com Jaxon Energy 455 Industrial Drive Jackson, MS 39209 Jason Hensley, Vice President of Business Development Phone (713-232-9711) jasonhensley@jaxon-energy.com www.jaxon-energy.com Jensen Instrument Co. 643 South Duggan Avenue Azusa, CA 91702 Steve Molinari, President Phone (626-969-7991) stevem@jenseninstr.com www.jenseninstr.com JMI Technologies, Ltd. 24 Peterkin Road Markham, ON L6E 1Y9 Canada John Patitsas, Project Manager Phone (905-201-9511) jpatitsas@sympatico.ca www.jmitech.ca

K K·Coe Isom, LLP 8801 Renner Boulevard, Suite 100 Lenexa, KS 66219 Donna Funk, Principal Phone (913-643-5002) Fax (913-643-5001) funk@kcoe.com www.kcoe.com/industry/biofuels Keit Spectrometers 16180 Lea Oak Court Chesterfield, MO 63017 Christopher Piper, Sales Manager of North America Phone (314-775-9099) chris.piper@keit.co.uk www.keit.co.uk Kelly-Hill Company PO Box 681464 4100 Northwest Van De Popouliere Riverside, MO 64150 Ed Conlon, President Phone (816-741-7727) Fax (816-587-4123) econlon@kellyhillco.com www.kellyhillco.com Kelly-Hill Company PO Box 681464 4100 Northwest Van De Popouliere Riverside, MO 64150 Hank Miesner, Project Manager Phone (816-741-7727) Fax (816-587-4123) hmiesner@kellyhillco.com www.kellyhillco.com Kemin BioSolutions 1900 Scott Avenue Des Moines, IA 50317 Brandon Lewis, Technical Services Manager Phone (515-559-5100) brandon.lewis@kemin.com www.kemin.com Kentucky Department of Agriculture 105 Corporate Drive Frankfort, KY 40601 Timothy Hughes, Senior Trade Advisor Phone (502-782-9265) timd.hughes@ky.gov www.kyagr.com/trade/internationaltrade.html Kern Oil & Refining Co. 7724 East Panama Lane Bakersfield, CA 93312 Jayson Busch, Vice President of Supply, Marketing & Logistics Phone (661-845-0761) sales@kernoil.com www.kernoil.com

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Keystone Materials Testing, Inc. 600 East 17th Street South Newton, IA 50208 Jerry Dawson, General Manager Phone (641-792-8505) Fax (641-792-7989) jdawson@kmtlabs.com www.kmtlabs.com

Lee Enterprises Consulting, Inc. 9851 Brockington Road, Suite 4 Sherwood, AR 72120 Wayne Lee, CEO Phone (501-951-4774) Fax (501-833-8511) wayne@lec-exec.com www.lee-enterprises.com

Loyola University Chicago 6349 North Kenmore Avenue Chicago, IL 60660 Zach Waickman, Biodiesel Lab Manager Phone (773-508-8852) zwaickm@luc.edu www.luc.edu/biodiesel

Minnesota Biodiesel Council 151 Saint Andrews Court, Suite 710 Mankato, MN 56001 Mike Youngerberg, Executive Director Phone (507-388-1635) Fax (507-388-6751) mike@agmgmtsolutions.com www.mnbiodiesel.com

Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, LLP 607 14th Street Northwest, Suite 900 Washington, DC 20005 Mark Riedy, Partner-Chair-Energy Practice Phone (202-508-5823) Fax (202-318-4087) mriedy@kilpatricktownsend.com www.kilpatricktownsend.com

LEEM Filtration 25 Arrow Road Ramsey, NJ 07446 Ryan Boyd, Sales Phone (813-704-4966) r.boyd@leemfiltration.com leemfiltration.com

LRE Petroleum Private Limited Level 3, The Oberoi Centre DLF Cyber City, DLF Phase 2 Haryana, Gurgoan India Ekas Barara, Director Phone (78-648-20786) Fax (78-648-20786) ekasb@lrenergy.in www.lrenergy.in

Minnesota Clean Cities Coalition 490 Concordia Avenue St. Paul, MN 55103 Lisa Thurstin, Director Phone (651-223-9568) lisa.thurstin@lung.org www.cleanairchoice.org

King of Freight 7100 South Volutsia Wichita, KS 67216 Shane Palmer, Director of Operations Phone (316-518-1372) Fax (888-924-0686) shane@kingoffreight.com www.kingoffreight.com Knack Process Design 739 Kasota Avenue Southeast Minneapolis, MN 55414 Tim Maneely, President Phone (651-278-1206) sales@knackpd.com www.knackpd.com KuKK K+F, Ltd. Szigetvari u. 1 Budapest 1083 Hungary Andras Kovacs Phone (36-30-211-410-1) andras@kukk.hu www.kukk.hu Kutak Rock, LLP 1650 Farnam Street Omaha, NE 68102 David Bracht, Attorney Phone (402-346-6000) Fax (402-346-1148) david.bracht@kutakrock.com www.kutakrock.com Kyte Centrifuge, LLC 30 Greenwells Glory Drive Biltmore Lake, NC 28715 David Kyte, President Phone (832-368-2667) dave@kytecentrifuge.com www.kytecentrifuge.com

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LeftField Commodity Research 52 Swiss Bay Winnipeg, MB R2G 2P3 Canada Chuck Penner, President Phone (204-949-1726) info@leftfieldcr.com www.leftfieldcr.com Levelese, Inc. 680 South Alton Way, Unit 4D Denver, CO 80247 Sallyanne Ofner, President Phone (303-586-1890) sales@levelese.com www.levelese.com Lexair, Inc. 2025 Mercer Road Lexington, KY 40511 John Jennings, Vice President of Sales & Marketing Phone (859-255-5001) jjennings@lexairinc.com www.lexairinc.com

M Maas Companies, Inc. PO Box 7128 Rochester, MN 55903 Tyler Maas, Director of Sales & Marketing Phone (507-285-1444) info@maascompanies.com www.maascompanies.com Macfuge Servizi Industriali Srl Via Marie Curie 19 Ozzano Dell'Emilia, BO 40064 Italy Filippo Ferrari, Sales Manager Phone (39-051795080) macfuge@macfuge.com www.macfuge.com

Modular Energy Solutions PO Box 2759 Santa Clara, CA 95055 Charles Nolan, President Phone (408-483-5922) Fax (408-423-8916) chucknln@sbcglobal.net www.modular-e.com MoistTech Corp. 6408 Parkland Drive, Suite 104 Sarasota, FL 34243 Sarah Hammond, Marketing Phone (941-727-1800) shammond@moisttech.com www.moisttech.com Monitor Technologies, LLC 44W320 Keslinger Road Elburn, IL 60119 Cris Breck, Director of Business Development Phone (630-365-9403) sales@monitortech.com www.monitortech.com

Liberty Commodities Corporation 14702 Excelsior Boulevard #1301 Minnetonka, MN 55345 Scott Lewis, Vice President Phone (952-939-0933) scottl@libertycomcorp.com www.libertycomcorp.com

Mason Manufacturing PO Box 3577 1645 North Railroad Avenue Decatur, IL 62524 Mike Arrington, Sales Manager Phone (317-847-5413) mike.arrington@masonmfg.com www.masonmfg.com

Linde 10 Riverview Drive Danbury, CT 06810 Walter Renz, Associate Phone (844-445-4633) Fax (800-772-9985) contactus@linde.com www.lindeus.com/chemicals

Met-Chem, Inc. 837 East 79th Street Cleveland, OH 44103 James Miller, Digital Marketing Manager Phone (216-881-7900) jmiller@metchem.com metchem.com

MTH Pumps 401 West Main Street Plano, IL 60545 Scott Carlson, Marketing Phone (630-552-4115) Fax (630-552-3688) publishing@mthpumps.com www.mthpumps.com

Lotus Mixers, Inc. 3449 Technology Drive #201 North Venice, FL 34275 Robert Naidel, Vice President of Technology Phone (941-966-1885) engineering@lotusmixers.com www.lotusmixers.com

MidContinental Chemical Company, Inc. 1802 East 123rd Terrace Olathe, KS 66061 Everett Osgood, Fuel Additives Director Phone (913-390-5556) fueladditives@mcchemical.com www.mcchemical.com

Munson Machinery Co., Inc. 210 Seward Avenue Utica, NY 13502 Steve Knauth, Marketing & Technical Manager Phone (315-797-0090) Fax (315-797-5582) info@munsonmachinery.com www.munsonmachinery.com

Montana-Boston Partners, LLC 107 Cotter Court Missoula, MT 59803 Derek Nelson, Managing Partner Phone (406-370-7100) mtinvgrp@aol.com


Munzing 1455 Broad Street Bloomfield, NJ 07003 Alicia Colacci, Marketing Coordinator Phone (973-233-6791) acolacci@munzing.us www.munzing.com

N N Hunt Moore & Associates 1242 Old Hillsboro Road Franklin, TN 37069 Rich Barton, President Phone (615-472-8431) rich@nhmoore.com www.nhmoore.com Nalco Water an Ecolab Company 1601 West Diehl Road Napeville, IL 60563 Carol Hudson, Sr. Marketing Manager of Grains, Oilseed & Biofuel Phone (331-237-2114) cbhudson@ecolab.com www.ecolab.com/nalco-water National Biodiesel Board PO Box 104898 Jefferson City, MO 65110 Liz McCune, Director of Communications Phone (800-841-5849) info@biodiesel.org www.biodiesel.org National Corn Growers Association 632 Cepi Drive Chesterfield, MO 63005 Melanie Gibson, Executive Assistant Phone (636-733-5513) gibson@ncga.com www.ncga.com National Filter Media 691 North 400 West Salt Lake City, UT 84103 Holly Ogilvie, Marketing Specialist Phone (540-532-6973) hogilvie@nfm-filter.com www.nfm-filter.com Natwick Appraisals 1205 Fourth Avenue South Fargo, ND 58103 James Natwick, President Phone (701-793-2360) Fax (701-235-1573) natwick@integra.net natwick.com Nayes Associates, LLC 30 South Ninth Street, Suite 700 Minneapolis, MN 55402 Terrence Nayes, Owner & Engineer Phone (952-239-5377) tlnayes@hotmail.com www.nayesassociates.com

Nestec, Inc. PO Box 125 222 East Main Street Pen Argyl, PA 18072 Rodney Pennington, Senior Sales Director Phone (407-492-1955) Fax (610-323-7670) rpennington@nestecinc.com www.nestecinc.com

Oil-Dri Corporation of America 300 Pembridge Lane #C1 Schaumburg, IL 60193 Steven Powell, Asia-Pacific Sales Manager & Northeastern USA Regional Sales Manager Phone (317-361-5453) steven.powell@oildri.com www.oildri.com SEE OUR AD ON PAGE 8

New Composite Partners 317 North Main Street Edgerton, WI 53534 Ron Hagemann, CEO Phone (608-561-1204) info@newcompositepartners.net www.newcompositepartners.net

Orthodox Union 11 Broadway New York, NY 10004 Abraham Juravel, Technical Services Phone (212-613-8396) Fax (212-613-8396) juravela@ou.org www.oukosher.org

North Dakota Clean Cities Coalition 490 Concordia Avenue St. Paul, MN 55103 Carlie Koberstine, Coordinator Phone (651-337-5096) carlie.koberstine@lung.org www.cleanairchoice.org/clean-cities/ north-dakota-clean-cities Novaspect, Inc. 1124 Tower Road Schaumburg, IL 60173 Tom Mladucky, Director of Automation Modernization Phone (920-757-7101) tmladucky@novaspect.com www.novaspect.com Novozymes 77 Perrys Chapel Church Road Franklinton, NC 27525 Matt Thompson, Market ManagerNorth America Phone (919-434-3000) mhwt@novozymes.com www.novozymes.com

O Ocean Park 655 Deep Valley Drive, Suite 340-D Rolling Hills Estates, CA 90274 Bruce Comer, Managing Director Phone (310-670-2093) bruce@oceanpk.com www.oceanpk.com Oil Skimmers, Inc. 12800 York Road, Suite G Cleveland, OH 44133 Kelly Gregart, Marketing Director Phone (440-237-4600) kelly@oilskim.com www.oilskim.com

Outotec Energy Products 3568 West Industrial Loop Coeur d'Alene, ID 83815 Jim Starkey, Director of Business Development Phone (208-765-1611) Fax (208-765-0503) jim.starkey@mogroup.com www.outotec/energy.com Outotec Energy Products 3568 West Industrial Loop Coeur d'Alene, ID 83815 Michael Grimm, Business Development Manager Phone (208-765-1611) Fax (208-765-0503) michael.grimm@mogroup.com www.outotec.com/energy Oxidizers, Inc. 1731 Pomona Road Corona, CA 92880 Keith Lambert, President Phone (951-751-3990) keith@oxidizers.net oxidizers.net

P PA Energy Resources Group PO Box 1205 Harrisburg, PA 17108 John Nikoloff, Partner & President Phone (717-233-8606) Fax (717-798-3159) john@pa-erg.com www.erg-partners.com Pacific Biodiesel 40 Hobron Avenue Kahului, HI 96732 Jenna Long, Director of Operations Phone (808-877-3144) jenna@biodiesel.com www.biodiesel.com

Paratherm-Heat Transfer Fluids 2009 Renaissance Boulevard King of Prussia, PA 19406 Dyron Liverman, Oil & Gas Chemical Sales Engineer Phone (713-213-7409) www.paratherm.com PCE Instruments UK, Ltd. South Point, Unit 11 Ensign Way, Hamble Southampton, Hampshire SO31 4RF United Kingdom John Mulligan, Sales Manager Phone (44-0-2380-987030) Fax (44-0-2380-987039) info@pce-instruments.co.uk www.pce-instruments.com/english Peace Technology 104 Ladpraw 26 Lane Jatujak District, Bangkok Thailand Chieanchuang Kalayanamitr Phone (66891235750) cckalayanamitr@gmail.com www.eit.or.th Pellet Mill Magazine 308 Second Avenue North, Suite 304 Grand Forks, ND 58203 Customer Service Phone (866-746-8385) Fax (701-746-5367) service@bbiinternational.com www.biomassmagazine.com/pelletmill-magazine PerkinElmer, Inc. 549 Albany Street Boston, MA 02118 Lucy Jenner, Segment Marketing Manager Phone (800-446-0035) Fax (617-482-1380) lucy.jenner@perkinelmer.com www.perkinelmer.com Permanente Corporation 1999 Avenue of the Stars, Suite 1100 Los Angeles, CA 90067 Marc Seidner, President Phone (310-569-6500) Fax (310-203-5401) marc@permanentecorp.com www.permanente.com PFT-Alexander, Inc. 3250 East Grant Street Signal Hill, CA 90755 Bernie Mock, Operations Phone (562-595-1741) Fax (562-884-0788) bmock@pft-alexander.com www.pft-alexander.com

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Pick Heaters, Inc. 730 South Indiana Avenue West Bend, WI 53095 Stephanie Crass, Marketing Manager Phone (262-338-1191) info1@pickheaters.com www.pickheaters.com/How-It-Works/ Advantages.htm

PQ Corporation PO Box 840 Valley Forge, PA 19482 John McNichol, Market Development Manager Phone (561-379-8274) john.mcnichol@pqcorp.com www.pqcorp.com

Pick Heaters, Inc. 730 South Indiana Avenue West Bend, WI 53095 Sales Department Phone (262-338-1191) info1@pickheaters.com www.pickheaters.com/How-It-Works/ Advantages.htm

Premium Plant Services, Inc. 1336 East 31st Street Hibbing, MN 55746 Melisa Schinderle, Corporate Services Manager Phone (218-263-4444) Fax (218-262-4848) melisa@premiumplantservices.com www.premiumplantservices.com

Pittsburg Tank & Tower Maintenance Co. PO Box 913 Henderson, KY 42419 Jordan Pyles, Maintenance Phone (270-826-9000) jpyles@pttg.com pttg.com PlanET Biogas USA, Inc. 3212 Union Road Cheektowaga, NY 14227 Sarah Jamal, Executive Administrator Phone (905-935-1969) s.jamal@planet-biogas.com www.planet-biogas-usa.com Plant Process Group, LLC 2525 South Shore Boulevard, Suite 410 League City, TX 77573 Ken Reynaud, Sr. Vice President Phone (281-333-7702) Fax (281-333-7703) kreynaud@plantprocess.com www.plantprocess.com Plasma Blue 151 Saint Andrews Court, Suite 710 Mankato, MN 56001 Tom Slunecka, CEO Phone (507-225-2525) tslunecka@plasma-blue.com www.plasma-blue.com Pollution Systems, Inc. 2170 Buckthorne Place, Suite 160 The Woodlands, TX 77380 Curt Jordan, Account Manager Phone (713-574-6661) sales@pollutionsystems.com www.pollutionsystems.com Polynova Industry Co. Limited No. 5777 Fangshan, Weifang China Xavier Zhang, Commercial Director Phone (86-18853621925) info@polynovabio.com www.polynovabio.com

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PriMedia, Inc. 401 Franklin Avenue, Suite 310 Garden City, NY 11530 Richard Rutigliano, President Phone (516-222-2041) rrutigliano@primediany.com primediany.com Proco Products, Inc. PO Box 590 2431 North Wigwam Drive (95205) Stockton, CA 95201 Rob Coffee, Vice President of Sales & Marketing Phone (209-483-5107) robc@procoproducts.com www.procoproducts.com Propel Fuels, Inc. 1815 19th Street Sacramento, CA 95811 Niall Gillen, Director of Operations Phone (916-664-2359) niall@propelfuels.com propelfuels.com Pruszko Consulting 16148 Paradise Lane Dubuque, IA 52002 Rudy Pruszko, Owner Phone (563-582-4545) biorudy@gmail.com www.pruszkoconsulting.com

R R W Heiden Associates LLC 1026 New Holland Avenue Burle Corporate Park Lancaster, PA 17601 Richard Heiden, Chief Science & Technology Officer Phone (717-299-6860) Fax (717-299-6868) rwheidenphd@aol.com www.supersleuthchemists.com

R.C. Costello & Assoc., Inc. 1611 South Pacific Coast Hwy, Suite 302 Redondo Beach, CA 90277 Rocky Costello, President Phone (310-792-5870) rcca@rccostello.com www.rccostello.com RDF Recycling Systems Group, LLC 905 Muirfield Road Keller, TX 76248 Richard Harris, CEO Phone (844-342-7302) rharris@recyclingsystemsgroup.com www.recyclingsystemsgroup.com Reiter Scientific Consulting, LLC 599 Colonial Drive Grand Junction, CO 81507 Kristof Reiter, Owner Phone (888-428-5617) kristof@reiterscientific.com www.reiterscientific.com Reiter Software, LLC 599 Colonial Drive Grand Junction, CO 81507 Kristof Reiter, Owner Phone (888-428-5617) kristof@reitersoftware.com www.reitersoftware.com Reiter Trading, LLC 599 Colonial Drive Grand Junction, CO 81507 Kristof Reiter, Owner Phone (888-428-5617) kristof@reitertrading.com www.reitertrading.com Render Magazine PO Box 126041 Benbrook, TX 76126 Sharla Ishmael, Editor/Publisher Phone (888-927-3634) editors@rendermagazine.com www.rendermagazine.com Renew, LLC 144 New Road Thompson, CT 06277 Robert Neundorf, Chairman Phone (860-923-1091) bob@2tds.com www.to-renew.com Renewable Energy Institute 31190 Canadalle Cyuga Cathedral City, CA 92234 Monty Goodell, Executive Director Phone (512-772-3500) info@renewablenaturalgas.com www.renewablenaturalgas.com Research Laboratories, Inc. 6209 Discount Drive Fort Wayne, IN 46818 Matt Alt, Laboratory Manager Phone (260-489-2551) Fax (260-489-9834) malt@researchlaboratoriesinc.com www.researchlaboratoriesinc.com

Rexarc Int. 35 East Third Street West Alexandria, OH 45381 Greg Rush, Business Development Manager Phone (937-307-3598) grush@rexarc.com www.rexarc.com Rock House Advisors 1703 Bald Hill Road Jefferson City, MO 65101 Joe Jobe, President & Founder Phone (573-680-1948) joe@rockhouse.us www.rockhouse.us RTP Environmental Associates, Inc. 400 Post Avenue, Suite 405 Westbury, NY 11590 Jessica Karras-Bailey, Principal Phone (516-333-4526) Fax (516-333-4571) bailey@rtpenv.com www.rtpenv.com

S Sacre-Davey Engineering 315 Mountain Hwy Vancouver, BC V7J 2K7 Canada Alan Humber, Director of Business Development Phone (604-986-0663) Fax (604-986-0525) ahumber@sacre-davey.com www.sacre-davey.com Saola Energy LLC 100 North Main Street, Suite 600 Wichita, KS 67202 Adam Belyamani, Chief Operating Officer Phone (316-413-3345) Fax (316-413-3346) info@saolaenergy.com www.saolaenergy.com Savage Associates, Inc. 1691 Route 206 Bedminster, NJ 07921 Brian Savage, Project Manager Phone (908-234-1216) brians@savageassociatesinc.com savageassociatesinc.com Savengy Technologies 3259 Progress Drive, Room 108 Orlando, FL 32826 Wei Wu, Manager Phone (407-494-5663) weiwu@savengy.com www.savengy.com SCB Group 71 South Wacker Drive, Suite 1810 Chicago, IL 60606 Pauline Tainton, Marketing Officer Phone (787-291-0014) pauline@starcb.com starcb.com


Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis, LLP Fifth Avenue Place 120 Fifth Avenue, Suite 2700 Pittsburgh, PA 15222 Megan Harmon, Partner Phone (412-577-5209) mharmon@schnader.com www.schnader.com

Solvent Systems International 70 King Street Elk Grove Village, IL 60007 Steve Rundell, President Phone (847-437-1100) Fax (847-437-1101) srundell@solvent-systems.com www.solvent-systems.com

Sterling Deaerator Company 514 West Maple Street, Suite 205 Cumming, GA 30040 Robert Young, Quality Assurance Phone (770-205-1969) Fax (770-205-2882) robert.young@sterlingdeaerator.com www.sterlingdeaerator.com

Swepco Tube, LLC One Clifton Boulevard Clifton, NJ 07011 George Spina, Business Development & Marketing Manager Phone (973-778-3000) sales@swepcotube.com www.swepcotube.com

Scipio Biofuels 884 Bennett Street Simi Valley, CA 93065 Matt Snyder, President/Director Phone (949-633-2367) matt@scipiobiofuels.com www.scipiobiofuels.com

Sonics & Materials, Inc. 53 Church Hill Road Newtown, CT 06470 Lois Baiad, Sales & Marketing Coordinator Phone (203-270-4600) Fax (203-270-4610) lbaiad@sonics.com www.sonics.com

Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP 180 Maiden Lane New York, NY 10038 Marvin Goldstein, Partner Phone (212-806-5629) Fax (212-806-6006) mgoldstein@stroock.com www.stroock.com

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Seaboard Energy 9000 West 67th Street Shawnee Mission, KS 66202 Jessica Humphrey, Sales & Supply Chain Manager Phone (913-671-6618) jessica.humphrey@seaboardenergy.com www.seaboardenergy.com SearchPath of Chicago, Inc. 521 Devonshire Lane, Suite D Crystal Lake, IL 60014 Chris Hillman, President Phone (815-261-4403) chillman@searchpath.com www.searchpathofchicago.com Seepex UK, Ltd. 3 Armtech Row Houndstone Business Park Somerset, Yeovil United Kingdom Barbara Cendon, Marketing Manager Phone (44-1935-382512) sales.uk@seepex.com www.seepex.com Shimadzu Scientific Instruments 7102 Riverwood Drive Columbia, MD 21046 Kevin McLaughlin, Advertising/Public Relations Supervisor Phone (410-381-1227) kgmclaughlin@shimadzu.com www.ssi.shimadzu.com Smart Alternative Fuels, Inc. 1095 Hilltop Drive #172 Redding, CA 96002 Jayson Nalley, President Phone (855-873-3645) jayson@smartalternativefuels.com smartalternativefuels.com Solutions 4 Manufacturing 1627 Baldwin Road Jacksonville, IL 62650 Tripp Fezler, CEO Phone (217-245-2919) Fax (775-361-0279) tripp@solutions4mfg.com www.solutions4mfg.com

SOS, Inc. PO Box 7282 Duluth, MN 55807 Jim Carter, President Phone (218-626-3917) Fax (218-626-2027) jim@sosleakrepair.com www.sosleakrepair.com Spartan Response, Inc. 11-41 Brockley Drive Hamilton, ON L8E 3C3 Canada Kevin Wallace, Engineer Phone (833-573-1010) info@spartanresponse.com www.spartanresponse.com SPECTRO Analytical Instruments 91 McKee Drive Mahwah, NJ 07430 Thomas Bloomer, Director of Marketing Phone (201-642-3000) info.spectro@ametek.com www.spectro.com Sprague Operating Resources, LLC 185 International Drive Portsmouth, NH 03801 Steven Levy, Managing Director of New Business Development Phone (914-328-6770) rp@spragueenergy.com www.spragueenergy.com Springboard Biodiesel, LLC 2323 Park Avenue Chico, CA 95928 Matthew Roberts, President Phone (530-894-1793) matt@springboardbiodiesel.com www.springboardbiodiesel.com Stainless Fabrication, Inc. 4455 West Kearney Street Springfield, MO 65803 Dianne McCoy, Marketing Manager Phone (417-865-5696) info@stainlessfab.com www.stainlessfab.com

Sunho Biodiesel Corporation 10F-6, 380 Linsen North Road Taipei 104 Taiwan Felicia Boendadjaja, Technical Assistant Phone (886-225642720) info@sunhobiodiesel.com www.sunhobiodiesel.com Sustainability Engineering & Compliance PO Box 510986 Milwaukee, WI 53203 Terry Lambert, Professional Engineer, Consultant & Verifier Phone (414-326-4916) tlambertpe@yahoo.com www.linkedin.com/in/ terrencelambertpe Sustainable Energy Group, LLC 955 Massachusetts Avenue, Suite 240 Cambridge, MA 02139 Irshad Ahmed, CEO Phone (201-248-4849) Fax (201-843-8010) mitsloan15@gmail.com tradingoils.com Sustainable Energy Strategies, Inc. 4803 Marymead Drive Fairfax, VA 22030 Jill Hamilton, President Phone (703-322-4484) jhamilton@sesi-online.com www.sesi-online.com SW Firefighting Foam & Equipment, LLC 25A Lone Pine Ridge Santa Fe, NM 87505 Casey Ryan, Manager Phone (505-699-5068) casey@swfirefightingfoam.com swfirefightingfoam.com Swenson Technology, Inc. 26000 South Whiting Way Monee, IL 60449 Erick Neuman, International Business Manager Phone (708-587-2300) sales@swensontechnology.com www.swensontechnology.com

Tapco, Inc. 225 Rock Industrial Park Drive St. Louis, MO 63044 Krystal Moentmann, Administrative & Events Specialist Phone (314-739-9191) Fax (314-739-5880) info@tapcoinc.com www.tapcoinc.com Tara Industries, LLC PO Box 219 Carrollton, MO 64633 Joseph Fischer, Managing Member Phone (660-620-6912) jfischer@taraindustriesus.com www.taraindustriesus.com Targray 18105 Route Transcanadienne Kirkland, QC H9J 3Z4 Canada Dan Murray, Vice President Phone (514-695-8095) targrayinfo@targray.com www.targray.com Targray 18105 Route Transcanadienne Kirkland, QC H9J 3Z4 Canada Alison Cabana-Wong, Biodiesel Trader Phone (514-695-8095) acabana@targray.com www.targray.com TEGA Consultants, Inc. 15792 Willow Street Pierrefonds, QC H9H 2W5 Canada Cesar Augusto Colmenares, Consultant/Senior Process Engineer/Owner Phone (514-862-3127) info@tegaconsultants.ca tegaconsultants.ca Teikoku USA, Inc. 959 Mearns Road Warminster, PA 18974 Kaytalin McCarry, Marketing Services Coordinator Phone (215-343-6000) info@teikokupumps.com teikokupumps.com

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The BioCube Coporation, Ltd. PO Box 567 Ashmore City, QLD 4214 Australia Laurence Baum, Managing Director Phone (61-400-681-283) info@biocubeco.com www.biocubeco.com The ChemPro Group, LLC 103 William Street Boonton, NJ 07005 Charles Bambara, Vice President of Engineering & Technology Phone (973-299-1880) Fax (973-299-4450) cbambara@thechemprogroup.com www.thechemprogroup.com The ProExporter Network 114 South Main Street, Suite 100 Chelsea, MI 48118 Ryan Ruikka, Biofuels Energy Analyst Phone (734-330-1961) Fax (734-475-0452) ryan@prxgeo.com www.proexporter.com TheBuzz Energy Industry Calendar 401 Franklin Avenue, Suite 310 Garden City, NY 11530 Richard Rutigliano, President Phone (516-222-2041) Fax (516-222-2357) advertise@thebuzz.energy thebuzz.energy Thermal Kinetics, a division of RCM Technologies 85 Northpointe Parkway, Suite 2 Amherst, NY 14228 Marcos Filgueiras, Vice President of Business Development & Marketing Phone (585-485-9779) mfilgueiras@thermalkinetics.net www.thermalkinetics.net Thermal Process Development 5665 Atlanta Hwy, Suite 102B-225 Alpharetta, GA 30004 Todd Fahring, Sales Phone (770-910-4232) tfahring@thermalpd.com www.thermalpd.com Third Coast Commodities 107 Main Street Buchanan, MI 49107 Stephen Tuscher, Executive Assistant Phone (800-869-5124) stephen@thirdcoastcommodities.com www.thirdcoastcommodities.com Thumb BioEnergy, LLC 155 Orval Street Sandusky, MI 48471 Alex Ritter, Vice President of Operations Phone (810-404-2466) aritter@thumbbioenergy.com www.thumbbioenergy.com

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Tina Biofuels, LLC 17593 Blackberry Court Boonville, MO 65233 William Johnson, Executive Vice President Phone (573-999-9904) pointtechnology06@yahoo.com taraindustriesus.com TKS Industrial Company 901 Tower Drive Troy, MI 48098 Jonathan Carender, Sales Manager Phone (248-786-5000) sales@tks-america.com www.tksindustrial.com TMC Fluid Systems 13217 Jamboree Road, Suite 482 Tustin, CA 92782 Sam Mian, Director Phone (949-269-1472) Fax (949-423-0159) sales@tmcfluidsystems.com www.tmcfluidsystems.com TN Soybean Promotion Council 100 Executive Drive Jackson, TN 38305 Parks Wells, CEO Phone (731-234-1697) pwells@tnsoybeans.org tnsoybeans.org Todd & Sargent, Inc. 2905 Southeast Fifth Street Ames, IA 50010 Scott Sylvester, Vice President of Business Development Phone (515-956-4805) ssylvester@tsargent.com www.tasargent.com TOLSA c/Núñez de Balboa, 51, 1. Madrid 28001 Spain Julio Lopez, Marketing Leader of Industrial Products Phone (34-91-322-0100) mkt.industrial@tolsa.com www.tolsa.com Tower Performance, Inc. 8031 Airport Boulevard, Suite 100 Houston, TX 77061 Jalene Fritz, Parts Sales Manager Phone (970-593-8637) Fax (970-472-1304) jfritz@towerperformance.com www.towerperformance.com TRC Environmental Corporation 7521 Brush Hill Road Burr Ridge, IL 60527 Dan Grabowski, Project Director Phone (312-533-2024) dgrabowski@trccompanies.com www.trccompanies.com

Trident Automation, Inc. 1001 West Kennedy Avenue Kimberly, WI 54136 Jason Hurst, CEO Phone (920-759-7477) info@tridentautomation.com www.tridentautomation.com Trihydro Corporation 1252 Commerce Drive Laramie, WY 82070 John Schneider, Senior Consultant Phone (970-302-7061) Fax (307-745-7729) jschneider@trihydro.com www.trihydro.com

US Oil & Gas Technology Group PO Box 204 Sugar Land, TX 77487 Dannis Jen, President Phone (713-261-5241) Fax (877-795-9098) djen99@hotmail.com naturalgastechnology.webs.com Valtorc International PO Box 1928 Kennesaw, GA 30156 AJ Bental, President Phone (770-423-7100) ajbental@valtorc.com www.valtorc.com

TrinityRail 14221 North Dallas Parkway, Suite 1100 Dallas, TX 75254 Gregg Yates, Marketing Director Phone (214-589-8451) gregg.yates@trinityrail.com www.trinityrail.com

Valuation and Assets Services, LLC 2108 Canadarroll Creek View Frederick, MD 21702 K. Boison, Principal Phone (301-646-4119) projects@valuationandassets.com www.valuationandassets.com

Tristar FLC, Inc. PO Box 424 (9600 Kaiser Way, Fontana, CA 92335) Vancouver, WA 98666 Barry Love, President Phone (909-823-3000) barry@tristarpnw.com www.tristarpnw.com

Vance Bioenergy Sdn. Bhd. PLO 668/669, Jalan Keluli 5 Kawasan Perindustrian Pasir Gudang, Johor Darul Takzim 81700 Malaysia TC Long, Director Phone (60-7-257-1328) tclong@vancebioenergy.com www.vancebioenergy.com

TruMarx Data Partners, Inc. 30 South Wacker Drive, Suite 2200 Chicago, IL 60606 Jon Olson, CEO Phone (312-286-1809) jon.olson@trumarx.com www.trumarx.com

U United Color Manufacturing, Inc. PO Box 480 Newtown, PA 18940 Sales Department Phone (215-860-2165) Fax (215-860-8560) sales@unitedcolor.com www.unitedcolor.com SEE OUR AD ON PAGE 2 University of Nebraska-Industrial Agricultural Products Center 3605 Fair Street 208 Chase Hall Lincoln, NE 68583 Loren Isom, Assistant Director Phone (402-472-1634) agproducts@unl.edu agproducts.unl.edu

VeggieScout Environmental Service, LLC 15535 Southeast 287th Avenue Boring, OR 97009 Matthew Harrison, Manager Phone (503-975-8615) office@veggiescout.org veggiescout.org VERBIO Diesel Canada Corporation 1 St. Clair Drive Welland, ON L3B 6A7 Canada Rand Dueweke, Vice President Phone (866-306-4777) rand.dueweke@verbio.us www.verbio.us

V Verder Scientific, Inc. 11 Penns Trail, Suite 300 Newtown, PA 18940 Georg Schick, President Phone (267-757-0351) Fax (267-757-0358) info-us@verder-scientific.com www.verder-scientific.com Viking Equipment Finance 5900 South Lake Forest Drive, Suite 300 McKinney, TX 75070 Jim Buckingham, Director Phone (972-885-8899) info@vikingequipmentfinance.com www.vikingequipmentfinance.com/ energy


Viking Pump, Inc. 406 State Street Cedar Falls, IA 50613 John Hall, Manager of Business Development Phone (319-429-5575) jhall@idexcorp.com www.vikingpump.com Village Fuel Stop, Inc. 31858 Canadastaic Road #207 Castaic, CA 91384 Sarkis Khrimian, Director Phone (818-646-6666) Fax (661-295-7180) sarkis@vfsfuels.com

W W. R. Grace & Co. 7500 Grace Drive Columbia, MD 21044 Chelsea Grimes, Marketing Manager of Materials Technologies Phone (667-300-8698) chelsea.grimes@grace.com grace.com/industries/biofuels/ biomass-based-diesel

Walsh Bio Fuels LLC N3092 Hwy 12&16 Mauston, WI 53948 Dave Walsh, Manager Phone (608-847-6869) davewbf@mwwb.net walshbiofuel.com Warren & Baerg Manufacturing, Inc. 39950 Road 108 Dinuba, CA 93618 Randy Baerg, President Phone (559-591-6790) Fax (559-591-5728) info@warrenbaerg.com www.warrenbaerg.com

Westmor 14044 Freeway Drive Hugo, MN 55038 Jon Krueger, Field Service Sales & Operations Manager Phone (763-571-8110) info@westmor-ind.com westmor-ind.com Wintek Corporation 7 Middlebury Boulevard, Suite 2 Randolph, NJ 07869 Michael Cicalese, President Phone (973-252-8200) michael@wintek-corp.com wintek-corp.com

Weaver 24 Greenway Plaza, Suite 1800 Houston, TX 77046 Monty Bell, Manager Phone (832-320-3233) monty.bell@weaver.com weaver.com

Wishstone Energy 1024 Bayside Drive, Suite 382 Newport Beach, CA 92660 Peter Martin, Partner Phone (949-478-3488) peter.martin@jfm-llc.com www.wishstone-energy.com

Western States Controls 815 Arnold Drive #118 Martinez, CA 94553 Tim Rose, President Phone (925-370-1500) timr@iwestco.com www.iwestco.com

Wolf Material Handling Systems 12680 Industrial Boulevard Elk River, MN 55330 Howard Brockhouse, Sales & Marketing Manager Phone (612-859-8207) Fax (763-576-9070) sales@wolfmhs.com wolfmhs.com

Workmaster 284 Three Tun Road Malvern, PA 19355 Bob Braun, Sales Director Phone (215-333-5600) info@workmaster.net www.workmaster.net WWS Trading 4032 Shoreline Drive #2 Spring Park, MN 55384 Mark Napier, Senior Trader Phone (952-548-9300) mark@wwstrading.com www.wwstrading.com

X Xylome Corporation University Research Park 510 Charmany Drive, Labs 61-62 Madison, WI 53719 Tom Kelleher, CEO Phone (805-603-9736) tkelleher@xylome.com www.xylome.com

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