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CONTENTS 2021 WINTER ISSUE VOLUME 18 ISSUE 1

FEATURES

12 Holding Strong SURVEY

Biodiesel Magazine’s end-of the-year survey of producers tells the story of a resilient, changing industry that’s taken mostly indirect hits from the pandemic. BY TOM BRYAN

20 Renewable Diesel’s Rising Tide PROJECTS

An update on more than a dozen U.S. renewable diesel projects―operational, expanding, under construction and proposed―giving new life to aging oil reďŹ ning assets. BY TOM BRYAN

12 DEPARTMENTS 4 Editor’s Note

U.S. Biodiesel Production Withstands Pandemic BY TOM BRYAN

5 Industry Events 6 Business Briefs 8 Inside NBB

20 Advertiser Index

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In early December, as the first “year of COVID” ended—while the pandemic raged on pre-vaccine—our team at Biodiesel Magazine reached out to biodiesel producers with a simple set of questions: We asked how things were going, how morale was holding up, what condition their operation was in, and how severely—if that was even the right word—COVID-19 had impacted their business. We didn’t expect a huge response, and few producers initially answered. But after a second (and then a third) e-mail to every biodiesel and renewable diesel plant in the U.S., the responses started to trickle in. Before long, we had enough of a participant sample (and I hesitate to use such statistical terms for our surveys) to justify sharing the results with our readers. In the end, only one-fifth of active U.S. biodiesel producers took part in our survey, but the insight extrapolated from their input seems both relevant and timely. The feedback we compiled, detailed in “Holding Strong,” on page 12, tells the story of a resilient industry that didn’t so much suffer directly from COIVD-19—because diesel use held steady—but rather indirectly through a slackened compliance pull. Most producers said their facility was online and producing close to full capacity in December, while nearly a third said their plant was running at a reduced rate. There was plenty of good news to report from the survey. Generally, U.S. biodiesel plants have weathered the pandemic well, keeping production online and people working. In fact, only 20% of producers surveyed laid off or furloughed employees in 2020; eight out of 10 respondents said their facility was still hiring; most reported only moderate hits to their business operations; and many are investing in new technologies, right now, despite the ongoing health crisis. It’s been said that “where you stand depends on where you sit,” and that fairly describes biodiesel producers right now. While most surveyed said they believe the industry was, in fact, harmed by the pandemic and in the early stages of a months-long recovery, about one-fourth of them said they didn’t think there was anything to recover from. The political opinions of U.S. biodiesel producers are also mixed. A majority of survey takers expressed optimism about the incoming Biden Administration—rooted mostly in the idea that Biden’s EPA will manage the Renewable Fuels Standard (i.e., volume obligations and small refinery exemptions) more fairly than the agency did under Trump. In the words of one respondent, the copious approval of SREs was “the No. 1 item facing the industry and adding uncertainty.” Among the top concerns of producers heading into 2021, was the availability of feedstock. Given the extraordinary size of the currently expanding and under construction renewable diesel plants in the U.S. (see “Renewable Diesel’s Rising Tide,” on page 20), their apprehension is not unwarranted.

Marla DeFoe Marketing & Advertising Manager mdefoe@bbiinternational.com Dayna Bastian Social Media & Marketing Coordinator dbastian@bbiinternational.com A R T Jaci Satterlund Vice President of Production & Design jsatterlund@bbiinternational.com Raquel Boushee Graphic Designer rboushee@bbiinternational.com Subscriptions Subscriptions to Biodiesel Magazine are free of charge to everyone with the exception of a shipping and handling charge for any country outside the United States. To subscribe, visit www.biodieselmagazine.com or you can send your mailing address and payment (checks made out to BBI International) to: Biodiesel Magazine Subscriptions, 308 Second Ave. N., Suite 304, Grand Forks, ND 58203. You can also fax a subscription form to 701-746-5367. Reprints and Back Issues Select back issues are available for $3.95 each, plus shipping. Article reprints are also available for a fee. For more information, contact us at 701-746-8385 or service@ bbiinternational.com. Advertising Biodiesel Magazine provides a specific topic delivered to a highly targeted audience. We are committed to editorial excellence and high-quality print production. To find out more about Biodiesel Magazine advertising opportunities, please contact us at 701-746-8385 or service@bbiinternational. com. Letters to the Editor We welcome letters to the editor. If you write us, please include your name, address and phone number. Letters may be edited for clarity and/or space. Send to Biodiesel Magazine Letters, 308 Second Ave. N., Suite 304, Grand Forks, ND 58203 or email tbryan@bbiinternational.com.

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Int'l Biomass Conference & Expo March 16-17, 2021 VIRTUAL EVENT

Entering its 14th year, the International Biomass Conference & Expo is expected to bring together more than 900 attendees, 125 exhibitors and 100 speakers from more than 40 countries. It is the largest gathering of biomass professionals and academics in the world. The conference provides relevant content and unparalleled networking opportunities in a dynamic business-to-business environment. In addition to abundant networking opportunities, the largest biomass conference in the world is renowned for its outstanding programming—powered by Biomass Magazine—that maintains a strong focus on commercial-scale biomass production, new technology, and near-term research and development. Join us at the International Biomass Conference & Expo as we enter this new and exciting era in biomass energy.

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Biodiesel Production Technology Summit July 13-15, 2021 Minneapolis Convention Center Minneapolis, MN

The Biodiesel Production Technology Summit, a track at the International Fuel Ethanol Workshop & Expo, 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 with one purpose—to further the biomassbased diesel sector beyond its current limitations. (866) 746-8385 | FuelEthanolWorkshop.com/Biodiesel.html

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REG promotes among leadership, hires new sales VP

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Minnesota biodiesel plant installing wind turbine Renewable Energy Group Inc. is installing a wind turbine near its Albert Lea, Minnesota, biodiesel plant. The project will provide locally sourced, clean electricity, lowering the carbon footprint of the 30 MMgy biodiesel facility. The turbine, which will be built and operated by Minnesota-based Juhl Energy, will reduce the plant’s associated carbon di-

oxide footprint by 68,000 tons per decade, displacing a portion of the fossil fuel-based electricity it uses. The single wind turbine will be located to the northwest of the facility. The site selection was made based on REG’s desire to limit the impact of sound and shadow flicker to the surrounding residents.

In December, Renewable Energy Group Inc. announced several changes within its senior leadership team. Chad Stone moved from chief financial officer (CFO) into a newly created role of senior vice president, commercial performance. Todd Robinson, formerly treasurer and executive director, investor relations, is now interim CFO. Brad Albin is now senior vice president, manufacturing and engineering; Natalie Merrill is senior vice president, business development. Trisha Conley and Bob Kenyon, both new additions to REG in 2020, will each be promoted to senior vice president positions, overseeing people development and sales and marketing, respectively. “We believe these changes will strengthen our senior leadership team and ... accelerate growth in our areas of focus," said REG President and CEO Cynthia “CJ” Warner.

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Neste opens two more renewable diesel stations in California

BDI to supply technology for Cargill plant in Belgium

Neste, an international renewable diesel producer and distributor, has opened two new fueling stations in the Central California cities of Stockton and Lodi. The company intends to create a "green fueling network" across the West Coast, making it easy for fleet managers to switch to renewable diesel. The company now has nine renewable diesel stations, strategically located near major commercial freight routes to accommodate fleet vehicles of all sizes. The new cardlock locations, open 24/7, are operated by Neste's authorized distributor, Van De Pol Petroleum. The two new pumps join seven existing Neste-branded renewable diesel stations in San Leandro, San Jose, Keyes, Ripon, Wasco, Buttonwillow and Shafter.

Germany’s BDI-BioEnergy International GmbH will supply the process technology for Cargill’s new multi-feedstock biodiesel plant being built in Ghent, Belgium. The new 36 MMgy facility will be capable of processing a multitude of feedstocks, including fatty acids from vegetable oil refining, liquid residues from industrial processes, and fat recovered from sewage sludge. The plant will use BDI’s latest technology, RepCAT, a patented biodiesel production system for low-quality, high-FFA feedstocks. The facility is scheduled to be commissioned in mid-2022. “Our share in this lighthouse project represents the largest order volume in BDI’s history,” said Markus Dielacher, CEO of BDI. “In spite of the generally known difficult economic conditions, we are very proud of this success. With the multi-feedstock biodiesel technology RepCAT we developed, Cargill will be able to make an important contribution to the decarbonization of the European transport sector.”

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Biodiesel and renewable diesel are on the “Rise” in 2021. Our industry is on the cusp of a cultural shift in the way consumers think about their fuel. With a world desiring cleaner air, our industry anticipates a major transition from fossils fuels to clean energy sooner than we may have previously thought. We are entering a time when the environment and cleaner energy are finally taking their rightful place with consumers and policymakers, and we believe biodiesel and renewable diesel will play a huge role in this shift to lower carbon fuel. Throughout 2020 the National Biodiesel Board has been vocal about our Vision to reach 6 billion gallons by 2030 and 15 billion gallons by 2050. We have not let up on that message and will continue to raise our voices in 2021. This past year brought an additional wave of corporations announcing their commitments to carbon reduction. Major corporations including Amazon, Walmart, Ikea, Pepsi, McDonalds, and many others are setting aggressive carbon reduction goals. These goals will not just affect the operations of those corporations but also the operations of nearly all their suppliers. With a significant amount of greenhouse gases (GHGs) tied to transportation activities, it is inevitable that the corporations and their suppliers will seek out cleaner transportation fuels, expanding the market for biodiesel and renewable diesel. I remain bullish about our future because of the growing number of states that are taking it upon themselves to enact policies in the carbon reduction area. Just look at California’s aggressive climate goals. Currently, California is forging ahead with its ambitious low carbon fuel standard (LCFS). This program, with a goal of 20% carbon reduction, has been in place for over 10 years and, to date, has helped California reach about a 7% reduction. Biomass-based diesel (BMBD) has been the biggest contributor to these reductions, currently making up nearly 45% of the credits gen-

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erated. And, in gallons, it has been a remarkable story for our industry. Before the LCFS was enacted, BMBD was about a 14-million-gallon market. We believe 2020 may be the year that BMBD consumption in California reached 1 billion gallons. BMBD’s contribution to carbon reduction in California suggests that as carbon policies around the country begin to take hold, we will see tremendous opportunities for growth for our industry. Our better, cleaner fuels can provide immediate and substantial air pollution benefits, including 80% reduction in both greenhouse gases and particulate matter, over 40% reduction in carbon monoxide, and significant reductions in other noxious pollutants, all of which are harmful to public health, particularly to vulnerable residents in poor and disadvantaged communities around the country. These immediate and substantial emission benefits can and should be an important part of any state, regional or national climate program, and part of an all-of-the-above strategy that facilitates decarbonization through advanced alternative fuels like biodiesel and renewable diesel. My excitement for the industry is tied to the changing demands of consumers, policymakers, and corporations. Our industry will finally have a place at the table with answers to long-pondered problems. We are only beginning to see the sweeping policy changes at the state and federal level for biodiesel and renewable diesel. This transformation may not be easy, the market opportunities won’t just happen, it will take diligence and hard work. I am positive that as an industry we must remain together and continue to speak with one voice. I look forward to 2021 and the growth I am confident we will see. We will rise to the top with better, cleaner fuel now. Donnell Rehagen CEO National Biodiesel Board


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NBB Biden Administration Inherits RFS Uncertainty The Biden administration is launching its agenda for the next four years with climate concerns and economic recovery as top priorities. NBB will work to open opportunities for the biodiesel industry within that agenda. However, NBB will also join the entire biofuel industry in asking the administration to address some unfinished business with the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS). For the first time in five years, the Environmental Protection Agency missed the annual November 30 deadline for finalizing RFS obligations (RVOs) for the upcoming year. In fact, the agency did not even propose a 2021 RFS rule before the end of the year. The annual rule is crucial to all stakeholders because it sets market expectations. EPA is required to set biodiesel volumes a full 14 months in advance to give the industry and other stakeholders the proper signals. The biodiesel industry is currently waiting on EPA to set 2022 volumes for the biomass-based diesel RFS category. And the year. The compliance deadline for 2019 passed in industry is expecting an increase in 2022, after being March 2020. If EPA granted these retroactive exempdenied growth for 2021. NBB will make tions, it would destroy demand for several hundred The delay is disruptive as the RFS program heads the case that million additional gallons of biodiesel and renewable into the next phase. In 2021, EPA will have to both addressing diesel over the coming year. establish the annual 2022 RFS obligations and set all unfinished NBB also joined with six other biofuel and agRFS volumes for 2023. Just like it does for biodiesel, business with EPA will have to provide 14 months’ lead time to all the RFS program riculture trade associations to ask the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit to set a timeline for EPA of the RFS categories for 2023 and future years. So, is a good first this is absolutely the wrong time for EPA to leave the step for the Biden to settle a court order from 2017. In the case, biofuel administration to groups challenged EPA’s misuse of the general waiver 2021 RFS rule to write itself. launch its carbon to lower RFS volumes by 500 million gallons. EPA NBB has also worked to address EPA’s misuse reduction strategy. could have restored those gallons in any of the three of small refinery exemptions (SREs). NBB estimates most recent RFS rules but failed to do so. The groups biodiesel producers lost 550 million gallons of market are now asking the court to direct EPA to issue a separate rule to redemand over three years because of these waivers. “What the SREs did was take away the certainty from biodies- store the lost gallons within a short time, rather than wait for another el producers, soybean growers and others, ultimately costing them annual rule. NBB will make the case that addressing unfinished business value, costing biodiesel markets and ultimately returning less to the soybean grower in the value of that soybean oil,” says NBB Vice Presi- with the RFS program is a good first step for the Biden administration to launch its carbon reduction strategy. The RFS has achieved dent of Federal Affairs Kurt Kovarik. In late summer 2020, NBB launched a series of radio ads in measurable carbon reductions over the past decade and will continue six Midwestern states, highlighting the impact of SREs on farmers. to contribute to national goals into the future. Moreover, low-carbon Shortly after, in September, EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler re- fuel programs like California’s and Oregon’s are demonstrating that jected more than 50 “gap-filling” exemption petitions. But EPA is biodiesel and renewable diesel are the best tools available today for still considering 60 petitions, including 32 for the 2019 compliance reducing carbon in transportation.

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The Virtual National Biodiesel Conference is on the Rise The Virtual National Biodiesel Conference & Expo is the 2021 event the industry won’t want to miss! This year, NBB’s premier conference is going online to provide a new, safe opportunity for all attendees. Each year NBB provides the industry with the opportunity to learn, grow, and get business done, and this year will be no different. Now is the chance to claim a spot at the 2021 conference—where all the key players will come together online to keep the industry on the “Rise.” “This annual conference is a chance to bring together the bright minds of the biodiesel and renewable diesel industry and showcase the vast opportunities for our member stakeholders,” shares NBB Chief Operating Officer Doug Whitehead. “Each year we encourage all interested in the industry to join us for a week of discovery and networking, which is necessary to help us all prosper.” Whether an industry veteran or new to the biodiesel and renewable diesel world, the National Biodiesel Conference has plenty for all. Speakers will present thought-provoking and engaging sessions, with keynote speeches and panel discussions presented by subject matter experts.

“Our industry is proving its strength and commitment to better, cleaner fuel through this time of uncertainty,” said Whitehead. “The biodiesel and renewable diesel industry have worked tirelessly to keep this industry growing, collaborating, and coordinated as we face this unique time together, and we can’t wait to kick off a new year with each of our members during the conference.” Join us and register for the 2021 Virtual National Biodiesel Conference & Expo by visiting biodieselconference.org.

NBB Membership Meeting Sets Virtual Record As a member-driven and member-focused trade association, the National Biodiesel Board welcomed their membership for the annual fall meeting virtually, November 18-20, to focus on critical policy initiatives and move the biodiesel and renewable diesel industry forward. During this meeting, members participated in more than 80 virtual Hill visits with key policy makers in D.C. “Meeting with elected leaders is one of the key reasons NBB gathers our membership,” said Donnell Rehagen, NBB CEO. “These visits, whether virtual or in person, help the biodiesel and renewable diesel industry create strong relationships with those fighting for biofuels on the Hill and make strides on policy essential to growing a better, cleaner fuel alternative.” In addition, members heard from association leadership, key staff, and other subject matter experts on topics ranging from the RFS, technical advancements, sustainability program initiatives, the latest in state policy movement, communications campaigns, and more. During the meeting, the membership also elected representatives from the industry to serve on the Governing Board to help the development and success of biodiesel. “As the national trade association for the biodiesel and renewable diesel industry, it is critical that we are led by a strong team of advocates from all sectors of the industry,” said Rehagen. “As we see consumers and policymakers leading the shift to cleaner transportation and heating fuels, NBB’s Governing Board will continue to play a critical role in our goal to double our production and become a 6 billion gallon a year industry by 2030.” BIODIESEL MAGAZINE 2021 WINTER EDITION 10 l

NBB members voted to fill eight board member spots for twoyear terms: • Troy Alberts, Ag Processing Inc. • Greg Anderson, Nebraska Soybean Board • Tom Brooks, Western Dubuque Biodiesel LLC • Tim Keaveney, Lake Erie Biofuels DBA HERO BX • Mike Rath, Darling Ingredients Inc. • Rob Shaffer, American Soybean Association • Robert Stobaugh, Arkansas Soybean Promotion Board • Paul Teta, Kolmar Americas Inc. Kent Engelbrecht, Tim Ostrem, Ryan Pederson, Harry Simpson, Paul Soanes, Chad Stone, and Dave Walton continue to serve on the board. The board elected Chad Stone to continue serving as Chairman, Mike Rath as Vice Chairman, Rob Shaffer as 2nd Vice Chairman, Ryan Pederson as Treasurer, and Troy Alberts as Secretary. NBB also extended its thanks to retiring Governing Board members Jeff Lynn and Bob Morton. “We sincerely thank Bob and Jeff for their time and dedication over the years to biodiesel and renewable diesel,” Rehagen said. “We appreciated their ability to represent our members’ interest and advocate for our industry in critical moments, leading us to growth and success. NBB will miss their devoted leadership but we know they will continue as strong advocates for growth in our industry.”


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Ad Campaign Turns up the Volume on Biodiesel: Better, Cleaner, Now! The National Biodiesel Board’s annual advertising campaign hit the airwaves this fall with biodiesel education aimed to influence key decision makers on the many benefits of biodiesel and renewable diesel. “The ad campaign strives to increase consumer acceptance and industry growth through education and promotion,” says NBB Director of Communications Kaleb Little. “Biodiesel is better and cleaner than petroleum diesel—with proven environmental, health, and economic benefits—and it is ready to use now. There are a million reasons to use biodiesel, but we have broken it down to the most basic benefits for this effort.” Funded by the United Soybean Board, U.S. Canola Association, and a dozen Qualified State Soybean Boards, this educational campaign allows NBB to reach an audience unfamiliar with agriculture and the biodiesel and renewable diesel industry, as a major component includes targeted advertising in the mid-Atlantic, Washington D.C., and California regions. The impactful digital ads ran in The Washington Post, The Hill, Politico, Roll Call, more than two dozen news and information sites, and on social media. The campaign earned approximately 13 million impressions. With more than 25,000 clicks on the ads and 1.7 million video views, it’s apparent that viewers are interested in taking action and learning more about biodiesel’s impact across the nation. “I'm excited we are able to highlight a handful of our hardworking members and industry stakeholders as part of the effort [in 2020],” Little said. “The unique stories of the individuals within our industry are one of the things that make it great. These are some of the most

passionate, innovative, hardworking individuals—brought together by a common goal—bringing better, cleaner fuels to American consumers.” NBB members involved in the national campaign include Governing Board member and Nebraska farmer, Greg Anderson; President of HERO BX, Chris Peterson; President and CEO of the North American Renderers Association, Nancy Foster; CEO of New Leaf Biofuel, Jennifer Case; President of Newport Biodiesel, Blake Banky; and Next Generation Scientist for Biodiesel Co-Chair, Zenith Tandukar. People can see the videos used throughout the campaign now on the NBB YouTube page. Also, to discover more about the campaign, please visit bettercleanernow.com.

Biodiesel Sustainability Now!

The National Biodiesel Board recently updated its longtime sustainability platform into a new, modern Biodiesel Sustainability Now website. This new site will house biodiesel and renewable diesel related sustainability posts from subject matter experts, stories from third-party news outlets, encourage next generation scientists to pursue biodiesel and renewable diesel research, share information on how to get involved in the industry, and much more. “The biodiesel sustainability website gives our organization the ability to share biodiesel and renewable diesel’s message as a solution to significantly reduce our carbon footprint and provide cleaner air to communities disproportionately impacted by petroleum diesel use,” said Matt Herman, director of environmental sciences. “The mission of the site is to convey that biodiesel and renewable diesel are sustainable solutions available today to combat climate change.” The goal is to engage a wide range of readers and excite them about the future of biodiesel, a better, cleaner fuel choice available today. Viewers of the website can learn about emission reductions, biodiesel’s contribution to a healthier environment, the relationship between food and fuel, and other sustainable efforts in the renewable fuel space. To view the revamped site, please visit biodieselsustainability.com. www.BiodieselMagazine.com

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of involvement with renewable diesel production in 2020, including one facility that produces both renewable diesel and sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). Every respondent was either a biodiesel producer exclusively, or a producer of both biodiesel and renewable diesel/SAF. Most respondents with a stated involvement in renewable diesel production were biodiesel plants involved with aggregating or pretreating feedstock for renewable diesel or SAF, not actual renewable diesel plants. In ad-

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dition to those currently supplying feedstock to renewable diesel producers, several other respondents said they anticipate doing so in the future. This is notable, as a number of U.S. biodiesel plants are, or will soon be, supplying all or some of their product stream as ready-made feedstock for renewable diesel production. In July, for example, Marathon Petroleum Corp. purchased the 50 MMgy Duonix biodiesel plant in Beatrice, Nebraska, with the

intention of using the facility to aggregate and pretreat feedstock for renewable diesel production in Dickinson, North Dakota. Other producers are expected to follow suit. Due to the survey’s sample size, portions of the results may not be reflective of the industry as a whole. Feedstock usage among respondents, for example, appeared to be relatively consistent with known levels of utilization, except for a seemingly dispropor-

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tionate number of respondents (71%) saying they process used cooking oil. The second most utilized feedstock among survey takers was soy oil, which came in at 62%. Nearly 43% of respondents utilize animal fats as a feedstock, while one-third said their facility processes one or more of the following inputs: waste vegetable oil, canola, distillers corn oil, tallow, and yellow grease. Fewer producers surveyed said they use brown grease, low- and high-FFA feedstocks, and virgin oils. Note: the survey’s feedstock categories were non-exclusive and not volume specific; most respondents selected more than one feedstock. That industry’s trend toward feedstock diversity may ultimately hit a wall, however, as the biodiesel and renewable diesel industry grows rapidly over the next several years. The U.S. biodiesel industry currently has the capacity to produce 2.8 billion gallons annually, with planned and proposed expansions (predominantly renewable diesel) potentially adding another 5.5 billion gallons of Soy Oil Distillers Corn Oil Canola Oil Used Cooking Oil Virgin Oils

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capacity by 2024, according to our page-20 feature, “Renewable Diesel's Rising Tide.” The NBB, in fact, has a stated vision for the industry to exceed not only 6 billion gallons, but 15 billion gallons by 2050. The organization believes this will be made possible by increased soybean production—driven by the world’s rising demand for protein— which is expected to result in massive amounts of excess soy oil (as much as 5.5 billion pounds more by 2030) becoming available for biodiesel and renewable diesel production. Despite the expectation of increased feedstock homogeny in the future, more than one-third of surveyed producers said they anticipate changing or expanding the type of feedstock they process in the next 12 months, suggesting that 2021 could bring a continued reshuffling of the current biodiesel feedstock balance, with more producers looking to become multi-feedstock capable. What have historically been lower-cost, lower-quality feedstocks such as used cooking oil (UCO) and distillers corn oil (DCO) have risen in value during the pandemic due to restaurants (UCO suppliers) and ethanol plants (DCO suppliers) shutting or slowing down. DCO production, however, returned to near-normal levels later in 2020, after dropping by more than 50% earlier in the year. Rendering plants, too, were impacted by COVID-19, with the supply of animal fats being cut in half during the onset of the pandemic. Soybean crush levels have actually increased, but pricing has been volatile.

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Most (62%) of producers surveyed said their times. That, in addition to demand destruction Nearly 85% of facility was online and operating close to full cacaused by lower overall fuel use, meant biodiesel all producers pacity in early December; another 29% said their producers were hit indirectly through a less powplant was operating at a reduced rate; One proerful compliance pull. More generally, low prices that reduced ducer indicated their plant was not operating due at the pump, coupled with harder-to-find, costlier production to an ongoing expansion project, while another feedstocks, has made COVID-19 more formidaduring the respondent—representing multiple facilities— ble than it initially appeared. In fact, three-fourths pandemic later of survey respondents lowered their production said some of the company’s plants were running restored output during the pandemic. and at least one was not. Nine respondents said their facility was either undergoing, or actively Of those that pulled back on production in partially. considering, an expansion. 2020, 35% initiated their reduction in March More specific to COVID-19, two-thirds of and 20% did so in April or May, as the pandemic responding producers lowered their production in 2020, either as a worsened nationwide. The earliest reductions were in February, and result of the pandemic or not. One-fourth of respondents said their the latest reported output reduction among respondents was in Ocplant lowered production by 10% or less during the pandemic, tober. Some survey respondents chose not to indicate what month and one-fifth had dropped production 11% to 20%. Only 15% of they first made reductions. survey respondents lowered production more than 30%, with two Nearly 85% of all producers that reduced production during reporting facilities cutting output by more than half. Interestingly, the pandemic later restored output partially. While none reported 25% of respondents had not lowered their production at all dur- having reinstated output to full capacity by December, 54% had ing the pandemic, telling Biodiesel Magazine their production levels restored production by less than 10%; one-tenth had brought back had either held steady or increased in 2020. output by 11% to 20%; and another 10% restored production by Diesel demand has been resilient during COVID-19, even 31% to 50%. No plants fell into the 21% to 30% category, and while gasoline and oil prices crashed hard during the onset of the none increased production by more than 50% from their pandemic crisis. Still, biodiesel didn’t escape 2020 unscathed. Blending mar- low. gins, even with the $1-per-gallon tax credit, were insufficient at When asked how COVID-19 has affected their business, the

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majority (57%) of producers said the pandemic has respondents said the pandemic had severely impactimpacted them only moderately. Nearly one-third ed the morale of their employees. (29%) said the pandemic has impacted their busiEight out of 10 responding producers said their Eight out of ness somewhat seriously or seriously, while over facility is still hiring, despite the ongoing pandemic, 10 responding 14% said COVID-19 has not affected their busiand 62% said their company has not suspended producers ness at all. Zero producers believed the pandemic raises or bonuses. Nearly 24%, however, said their said their severely impacted their business in 2020. facility had, indeed, suspended raises, bonuses, or facility is still both, while 14% were unsure if raises and bonuses A vast majority of U.S. biodiesel and renewable diesel producers altered their operational prowere still being offered. hiring. tocols during COVID-19, including adjustments It’s been widely reported that a number of U.S. to scheduling, meetings, training and other activities. In fact, only biodiesel producers supplied glycerin to hand sanitizer manufac10% of survey respondents said their facility had not made changes turers during the pandemic and, in fact, nearly 62% of survey reto operational protocols during the pandemic. About a quarter spondents said they had. Another 5% said they had not supplied (24%) of survey takers reported making “few changes;” more than glycerin for sanitizer but were evaluating opportunities to do so. As half (52%) reported “numerous changes;” and just 14% reported COVID-19 worsened in the spring of 2020, it became clear that drastic changes. there was a global shortage of hand sanitizer. Given that two of the Over three-fourths (76%) of respondents said employees at main ingredients in sanitizers are alcohol and glycerin, both U.S. their plant, or within their company, have missed work due to be- ethanol and biodiesel producers helped meet the demand, selling or ing COVID-19 positive or because of close-contact quarantines. donating product locally, regionally and nationally. Many producers (48% of all respondents representing 62% of When asked to identify their primary challenge to maintainthose reporting COVID-19 positive employees or close-contact ing or regaining normal operations, a high number of respondents quarantines) reported experiencing staffing challenges during the (43%) said “feedstock availability” was their top concern. Nearly pandemic. 20% said their primary area of concern was policy—maintaining Aside from the obvious challenges of working in an industrial the integrity of the Renewable Fuel Standard, preserving the biofacility during a pandemic, most U.S. biodiesel plant employees diesel blender’s tax credit (BTC) past 2022, and more. Several rehave fared well. According to survey respondents, few biodiesel spondents (14%) said the pandemic itself (i.e., waiting on the vacplants laid off or furloughed plant personnel during the pandemic. cine rollout and keeping plant personnel safe) was their top worry; In fact, over 80% of respondents have not laid off or furloughed and another 14% said market stability and fuel prices was their No. a single employee during the health crisis. Of the 20% of respon- 1 issue. Others said completing ongoing construction projects durdents that did, one-fifth of them laid off less than 5% of their per- ing the pandemic was their top concern. sonnel; 10% laid off between 6% and 10% of their personnel; and When asked to predict how long it would take for the bioanother 5% of survey takers laid off more that 25% of their staff diesel industry to fully recover from the COVID-19 pandemic—if during the pandemic. they believed the industry had been harmed by it—a full one-third For many producers, employee morale held strong during the (33%) of respondents said it would take six months to a year to pandemic. In fact, one-third of all responding producers said em- fully recover. However, the second most common answer, coming ployee morale at their facility has not been impacted by the health in at 24%, was that the biodiesel industry did not need to recover crisis at all. A larger number of respondents (43%), however, said because it was “largely unaffected by the pandemic.” Other surmorale has been moderately affected; 14% said morale was some- vey participants, however, agreed that the industry has suffered what seriously affected; and 10% said it was seriously affected. No from the COVID-19 downturn, if only moderately: 10% said it 16

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would take one to three months to regain normalcy; 19% said it would take three to six months; and 14% said it would take more than a year. All said, about half of the respondents believed the industry did suffer damage from COVID-19, and that it would take six months to more than a year for the industry to fully rebound. Despite a general feeling among producers that the industry will remain in a state of recovery for several months, over half (53%) said they are currently investing (or considering investing) in new products or technologies that will enhance operational efficiency, expand the feedstocks they can process, or otherwise improve their operation. While some respondents were unwilling to share the details of their planned investments, some did. Investments included: biodiesel blending infrastructure; new pretreatment platforms; wastewater processing equipment; process improvements; enzymatic-assisted feedstock conversion; solar power installation; glycerin processing; and renewable diesel production. When asked how important the 2020 U.S. presidential election was to the future of the U.S. biodiesel and renewable diesel industry, and why, respondents provided an array of answers. Most, but not all, expressed optimism about the incoming Biden Administration.

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At press time in mid-December, President-Elect Joe Biden had just been officially confirmed as the nation’s next president by The Electoral College, assuring that he will be sworn into office on January 20. Generally, survey respondents believed that the Biden Administration will be more “climate focused” and, therefore, more friendly to low-carbon, renewable fuels like biodiesel and renewable diesel. “This was a very important election,” one respondent said. “We need a president who is mindful of the effects of climate change but also understands the benefits of using biomass-based diesels to reduce GHG, immediately.” Another said, “Electing politicians that have favorable opinions of renewable fuels is essential to the long-term growth of our industry.” Others said having a Democrat in office “will advance carbon reduction policies and reduce the likelihood of EPA granting small refinery exemptions (SREs);” and that the Biden Administration poses “less risk” to the biofuels sector. The EPA’s granting of SREs—and the impact of those actions on RIN values—was echoed by several respondents, as was the importance of fighting for the continuance of the biodiesel tax credit over the next 24 months.


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RISING TIDE An update on more than a dozen U.S. renewable diesel projects―operational, expanding, under construction and proposed―giving new purpose to aging oil refineries. BY TOM BRYAN This century-old Phillips 66 refinery in Rodeo, California, with access to the San Francisco Bay, is slated to be reconfigured to produce 680 MMgy of renewable diesel, renewable gasoline and sustainable aviation fuel. The project is dubbed Rodeo Renewed. PHOTO: PHILLIPS 66

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The appeal of stacking the $1-per-gallon biodiesel tax credit on top of California’s Low Carbon Fuel Standard credits, while reducing RIN exposure for those that have it, has encouraged a race for renewable diesel production capacity that will likely transform America’s biomassbased-diesel industry over the next few years. The federal tax credit is guaranteed only through 2022, but that's runway enough for developers to continue transforming half a dozen U.S. oil refineries into renewable diesel plants, even as two existing renewable diesel producers—both in Louisiana—proceed with massive expansions. As 2020 expired, Biodiesel Magazine was aware of four operational renewable diesel plants in the United States: the two expanding facilities, capable of producing 90 MMgy and 275 MMgy prior to upsizing; a newly commissioned 184 MMgy plant in North Dakota; and a 4 MMgy unit in Kansas. That existing 553 MMgy of capacity, while impressive by itself, will soon be eclipsed by six more renewable diesel plants under construction, plus the expansions. Altogether, this first big wave of construction represents over 2 billion gallons of biobased-diesel capacity. And what’s poised to come next could be even more extraordinary. At least five additional proposed renewable diesel facilities—each of them massive—represent another 3.3 billion gallons of potential capacity. Altogether, the 14 facilities in this overview represent nearly 5.5 billion gallons of new or potential capacity, which is double the U.S. biodiesel industry’s current size. It will take years to know how much renewable diesel capacity is ultimately built out, and what impact it has on North America’s current fleet of 100-plus operational biodiesel plants, but it is increasingly clear that the biobased-diesel industry’s two segments—sharing markets, incentives and feedstock—are veering toward unification, politically and logistically.

CVR Energy Inc. - Wynnewood

UNDER CONSTRUCTION / 100 MMgy Wynnewood, Oklahoma In late December, CVR Energy Inc. confirmed that its board of directors had approved 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—is expected to be complete in mid-2021, allowing the refinery to produce nearly 100 MMgy of renewable fuel. “Detailed engineering design work for the project is underway,” said Dave Lamp,

CEO of CVR Energy. “We also have ordered long lead-time equipment and began construction work. … We continue to expect the unit to be in service by July 1, 2021.” A statement released by CVR Energy characterized the current project as the first of three phases of the company’s long-term renewable diesel strategy. During a thirdquarter earnings call in November, Lamp said phase one is the conversion of the existing hydrocracker at the Wynnewood refinery; phase two would include the installation of a pretreatment unit at the Wynnewood plant that would allow the re-

Bakersfield Renewable Fuels

UNDER CONSTRUCTION / 230 MMgy Bakersfield, California Bakersfield Renewable Fuels’ parent company, Global Clean Energy Holdings Inc., purchased the Bakersfield refinery in June after raising $365 million to acquire and retrofit the facility to produce renewable diesel, liquid propane and naphtha. The refinery will use a variety of feedstocks including waste fats, used cooking oil, soybean oil and distillers corn oil—as well as GCEH’s proprietary camelina oil. The overhaul of the refinery is being handled by ARB Inc., a Bakersfield-based EPC contractor. The facility is expected to be commissioned in early 2022, with start-up capacity aorund 230 MMgy. Haldor Topsoe is supplying the plant with its HydroFlex process technology, a package that includes basic engineering, license, proprietary equipment and a process catalyst. In August, ExxonMobil signed an agreement with GCEH to purchase 105 MMgy of renewable diesel from the facility, for five years, starting in 2022. ExxonMobil plans to distribute the renewable diesel within California and potentially to other domestic and international markets. Note: Biodiesel Magazine’s 2021 Biodiesel and Renewable Diesel Plant Map listed this facility as Alon Bakersfield Refinery, its name under previous ownership. newable diesel unit to process lower-carbon feedstocks such as corn oil, animal fats and used cooking oil; and phase three would pursue a similar renewable diesel project at CVR’s Coffeyville, Kansas, refinery. CVR Energy has been candid about the fact that it is pursuing renewable diesel production as a means of reducing its annual renewable identification number (RIN) exposure under the Renewable Fuel Standard. Note: This project was not represented on Biodiesel Magazine’s 2021 Biodiesel and Renewable Diesel Plant Map.

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Diamond Green Diesel - Norco

UNDER EXPANSION / 675 MMgy Norco, Louisiana Having already expanded its Norco, Louisiana, renewable diesel plant from 160 MMgy to 275 MMgy in 2018, Diamond Green Diesel—a joint venture of Darling Ingredients and a subsidiary of Valero Energy Corp.—is now increasing the unit’s capacity to 675 MMgy. The project is currently underway and on track to be completed in 2021. Joseph Gorder, chairman and CEO of Valero, addressed the company’s renewable diesel business during the company’s third quarter earnings call in October. He said Valero’s renewable diesel business has remained resilient during COVID-19, and confirmed that the expansion of the Norco facility was progressing on schedule. In early November, Honeywell confirmed that it was installing a second Ecofining process unit at the Norco refinery (the first being installed in 2018). Honeywell’s Ecofining technology is currently employed in four commercial-scale facilities, including two in the U.S. and two in Europe. According to Honeywell, fuel produced by the Ecofining process has a cetane value of 80, compared with a cetane range of 40 to 60 found in diesel at the pump today. As a result, it makes an excellent blendstock for cheaper low-cetane diesel to meet transportation standards, and it performs well at cold or warm temperatures.

Diamond Green Diesel - Port Arthur

PROPOSED / 400 MMgy Port Arthur, Texas Diamond Green Diesel announced in October that it had received the necessary air permits to move forward with a second renewable diesel plant in Port, Arthur, Texas. For several months, Darling and Valero have been considering developing the 400 MMgy renewable diesel plant near an existing Valero refinery at that location. At press time, a final investment decision on the project was looming. "Our timeline to construct an additional 400 million gallons of renewable diesel production in Port Arthur, Texas, is on schedule,"

HollyFrontier Corp. - Artesia

said Randall Stuewe, chairman and CEO of Darling Ingredients. "DGD is in the process of finalizing Phase III engineering plans and cost estimates to build another state-of-the-art facility. We anticipate that both joint venture partners' board of directors will be in a position to approve moving forward with the project in early 2021. As we meet this investment decision timeframe, we believe that [the plant] would be operational in 2024." Development of the Port Arthur facility would boost Diamond Green Diesel’s annual renewable diesel production capacity to 1.1 billion gallons per year. The two facilities would also be capable of producing a combined 100 MMgy of renewable naphtha.

UNDER CONSTRUCTION / 110 MMgy Artesia, New Mexico HollyFrontier Corp. announced in early June 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 approximately 110 MMgy of renewable diesel on site, and giving the company a total capacity to produce more than 200 MMgy (see Cheyenne announcement on page 23). The refiner expects to invest $650 to $750 million in its renewables business, with an expected aggregate internal rate of return as high as 30 percent. The PTU, which is being supplied by Alpha Laval, will process more than 80 percent of the feedstock for both of HollyFrontier’s renewable diesel plants—Artesia and Cheyenne. The PTU is expected to provide feedstock flexibility, mitigating single feedstock risk and generating value through the use of lower-carbon intensity inputs. HollyFrontier estimates the capital cost of the PTU to be between $175 million and $225 million, with the plant coming on line in 2022. BIODIESEL MAGAZINE 2021 WINTER EDITION 22 l

PROPOSED / 900 MMgy Baton Rouge, Louisiana In November, Fidelis Infrastructure co-founders Daniel Shapiro and Bengt Jarlsjo said their portfolio company Grön Fuels LLC was studying the feasibility of a renewable fuel complex at the Port of Greater Baton Rouge. With expansions and associated projects, the complex could involve up to $9.2 billion of total investment over several phases. A final investment decision is expected in 2021, which will determine the cost of the project’s first phase. The project would be built in stages over nine years at a site leased from the port 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 create 340 new direct jobs by 2024. The base project is expected to produce more than 900 MMgy of renewable diesel, with an option to produce renewable jet fuel utilizing non-fossil feedstocks, including soybean oil, corn oil and animal fats. When all phases of the project are complete—potentially by 2030—the site would be one of the largest renewable fuel complexes in the world. “This is a transformative new company and investment for the capital region, and we have enjoyed working on this project with company executives over the last year,” said Adam Knapp, president and CEO of the Baton Rouge Area Chamber. “Fidelis brings hundreds of quality, high-paying jobs and huge capital investment during a critical time for both jobs and innovation for this sector. This is a big deal, and puts metro Baton Rouge on the map as home to the largest renewable fuel refinery in the world.” Note: This project was not represented on Biodiesel Magazine’s 2021 Biodiesel and Renewable Diesel Plant Map.


HollyFrontier Corp. - Cheyenne

UNDER CONSTRUCTION / 90 MMgy Cheyenne, Wyoming Along with its New Mexico project, HollyFrontier intends to repurpose its Cheyenne, Wyoming, refinery to produce 90 MMgy of renewable diesel. The company expects the project to be completed in early 2022. The conversion to renewable diesel production will result in HollyFrontier ceasing petroleum refining altogether at the Cheyenne unit. “Demand for renewable diesel, as well as other lower-carbon fuels, is growing and taking market share based on both consumer preferences and support from substantial federal and state government incentive programs,” said Mike Jennings, president and CEO of HollyFrontier. “This represents an exciting opportunity to enhance both the profitability and environmental footprint of HollyFrontier through organic investment. [These] announcements lay the groundwork for an integrated renewables business at HollyFrontier, including multiple renewable diesel plants with feedstock flexibility.”

Marathon Petroleum - Dickinson

OPERATIONAL / 184 MMgy Dickinson, North Dakota In late 2020, Marathon Petroleum said it was in the process of commissioning its renewable diesel facility in Dickinson, North Dakota, while also progressing with plans to convert its Martinez, California, refinery to renewable diesel (see Martinez listing above, right). Marathon CEO Mike Hennigan discussed both projects during a Q3 earnings call. He said the Dickinson project was coming online and, once fully operational, would produce approximately 184 MMgy of renewable diesel. The Dickinson refinery, formerly owned by Tesoro, will utilize pretreated feedstock from a biodiesel plant Marathon purchased last year. As previously reported by Biodiesel Magazine, Marathon acquired the 50 MMgy Duonix biodiesel plant in Beatrice, Nebraska, which was idled in 2019 by jointventure owners Flint Hills Resources and Benefuel. Marathon plans to use the 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. The Beatrice plant was originally built in 2008 but was never fully operable. Flint Hills Resources purchased the facility in 2011 and, two years later, the company formed its joint venture with Benefuel, a biodiesel production technology provider. Now under Marathon’s ownership as a feedstock pretreatment facility, the Beatrice plant is presumed operational.

Marathon Petroleum - Martinez

PROPOSED / 736 MMgy Martinez, California Marathon disclosed late last year that it was seeking permits to convert its Martinez, California, refinery into a renewable diesel plant. The company is reportedly already engaging in discussions with feedstock suppliers and has begun detailed engineering work on the proposed project. If commissioned, the plant would likely begin producing renewable diesel in 2022 and reach full capacity in 2023. At peak capacity, the facility would be capable of producing as much as 736 MMgy, primarily from animal fats, soybean oil and distillers corn oil. In addition to reducing its RIN liability, Marathon wants to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions intensity by 30% below 2014 levels by 2030. Marathon’s conversion of the Martinez facility from a petroleum refinery to a renewable diesel facility is anticipated to reduce the unit’s greenhouse gas emissions by 70%. The Martinez project would join a portfolio of Marathon renewable fuels projects that have been ongoing for years, including the conversion of the Dickinson, North Dakota, refinery to a renewable diesel plant (see below, left); investment in its advanced biofuels subsidiary, Virent; biodiesel production at Marathon’s Cincinnati facility; pretreatment in Nebraska; and ethanol production through a Midwest joint venture.

Next Renewable Fuels

PROPOSED / 575 MMgy Port Westward, Oregon In and out of the news over the past two years, 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 be capable of producing more than 575 MMgy of advanced biofuels initially, 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—but expressly not virgin palm oil. 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— minimizing rail traffic. Last year, the Port of Columbia County Commissioners approved a long-term ground lease with Next Renewable Energy for a 90-acre industrial site. Still in a protracted permitting phase, developers hope to begin commercial operations in early 2022. However, the company’s high-profile CEO was terminated in late 2020, putting the current state of the project in question. Representatives of the company, however, told local media that the “project will continue without interruption” and is “moving forward full speed.” About 90% of the plant’s output would be renewable diesel. The rest would be renewable propane, which would be recycled back into the refining process. Note: This project was not represented on Biodiesel Magazine’s 2021 Biodiesel and Renewable Diesel Plant Map. www.BiodieselMagazine.com

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PROJECTS Phillips 66 Rodeo Renewed

PROPOSED / 680 MMgy Rodeo, California In mid-2020, Phillips 66 announced its intention to reconfigure a 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. The RodeoRenewed project, still obtaining permitting, would produce 680 MMgy of renewable fuels, including renewable diesel, renewable gasoline and sustainable jet fuel. Combined with other production assets being developed, Phillips 66 could ultimately produce more than 800 MMgy, making it one of the world’s largest renewable diesel producers.

The scope of the Rodeo project includes the construction of pretreatment units and the repurposing of existing hydrocracking units to enable renewable fuels production. If approved by Contra Costa County officials and the Bay Area Air Quality Management District, the plant could begin production by early 2024. California Gov. Gavin Newsom has expressed support for the project, and others like it, and asked area officials to put “less red tape� in the way. In early 2020, Phillips 66 and Renewable Energy Group Inc. (see right) discontinued their joint effort to construct a large-scale renewable diesel plant in Ferndale, Washington. Permitting delays and other uncertainties made moving forward with the 250 MMgy project challenging.

REG Geismar LLC

UNDER EXPANSION / 340 MMgy Geismar, Louisiana Renewable Energy Group Inc. is preparing to begin expanding its biorefinery in Geismar, Louisiana, from 90 MMgy to 340 MMgy. Construction is expected to begin in mid-2021 with mechanical completion expected in late 2023. The expansion project will require approximately $825 million in capital investment. The Geismar facility, originally a joint venture between Tyson Foods and Syntroleum Corp., is considered to be the first renewable diesel plant built in the U.S. The facility came online in 2010 with a capacity of 75 MMgy—later, ramping up to 90 MMgy—and was purchased by REG in 2014. Three

years later, REG acquired an additional 82 acres of land near the Geismar plant to support the coming expansion. In its third quarter financial report, REG CEO Cynthia Warner said, "REG is positioned to lead and capitalize on this unique opportunity with strong ongoing production, and our focused downstream strategy to deliver value to our customers while expanding our margins. We are building upon this momentum with the planned Geismar expansion." In mid-2020, REG announced that it had entered into an agreement with California-based Hunt & Sons Inc. to sell REG’s trademarked Ultra Clean fuel—a blend of biodiesel and renewable diesel—at 12 locations in northern California.

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Ryze Renewables - Las Vegas

UNDER CONSTRUCTION / 100 MMgy Las Vegas, Nevada Last year, Biodiesel Magazine reported that Ryze Renewables had two projects under development in Nevada, one near Las Vegas and another in Reno. Since then, the company has exited the Reno project—a 50 MMgy facility—and is focusing exclusively on the development of its 100 MMgy refinery in Las Vegas (at the former site of Biodiesel of Las Vegas). A statement on the company’s website says: “This capacity is only a fraction of what is needed—the demand for renewable diesel in California alone is expected to exceed 150,000 barrels per day. Ryze plans to maximize the Las Vegas site to expand capacity there as well as seek additional sites to develop to meet this demand over the next 10 years.” The existing biodiesel processing facility is located on a developed 14-acre property that includes utilities, operation buildings and tanks setup to process fuel products. The facility is in the process of being repurposed with the necessary additional infrastructures and hydro-processing equipment to produce renewable diesel. Engineering, procurement and construction services for the project are being provided by Las Vegas-based MMC Inc. Note: At press time, Biodiesel Magazine had not determined the current owner of the Reno facility.

World Energy - Paramount

UNDER CONSTRUCTION / 360 MMgy Paramount, California World Energy, which owns five biodiesel plants in the U.S. and two in Canada, acquired an aging oil refinery in Paramount, California (near Los Angeles) two years ago, and is in the process of retrofitting the plant to make 360 MMgy of renewable fuels. The company is reportedly making an investment of more than $130 million to convert the refinery to produce renewable jet fuel, renewable diesel, renewable gasoline and propane from non-food grade vegetable oils, beef fat and animal tallow. The company bought the refinery in 2018 for a reported $72 million from Delek U.S. Holdings. The sale included a pipeline network in California. The Paramount refinery includes a 63-acre complex consisting of the refinery, product storage tanks and a truck rack with a throughput capacity of 28,000 barrels per day. In November, World Energy CEO Gene Gebolys told Biodiesel Magazine the project is expected to be completed in 2023. As soon as it is operational, Amazon Air (the airline of e-commerce giant Amazon) will reportedly purchase up to 6 million gallons of renewable jet fuel from the plant, annually, through Shell Aviation. Note: This project was represented on Biodiesel Magazine’s 2021 Biodiesel and Renewable Diesel Plant Map as a 300 MMgy facility. The projected capacity has since been reported as 360 MMgy.

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2021 U.S. & Canada

Biodiesel & Renewable Diesel Plants U.S. Biodiesel Plants Plant Name

Capacity (MMgy)

City / State

Feedstock

Color Key:

Biodiesel Plants: Existing | Under Expansion | Under Construction Renewable Diesel Plants: Existing | Under Expansion | Under Construction | Proposed

Plant Name

Capacity (MMgy)

City / State

Feedstock

Adkins Energy Biodiesel

Lena

IL

2.50

Distillers Corn Oil

Hero BX - Erie

Erie

PA

50.00

Multifeedstock

Ag Processing Inc. - Algona

Algona

IA

60.00

Soy Oil

Hero BX - Moundville

Moundville

AL

20.00

Multifeedstock

Ag Processing Inc. - Sergeant Bluff

Sergeant Bluff

IA

60.00

Soy Oil

Imperial Western Products Inc.

Coachella

CA

10.50

Multifeedstock

Ag Processing Inc. - St. Joseph

St. Joseph

MO

30.00

Soy Oil

Incobrasa Industries Ltd.

Gilman

IL

44.00

Soy Oil

Agron Bioenergy

Watsonville

CA

15.00

Multifeedstock

Integrity Biofuels LLC

Morristown

IN

6.42

Multifeedstock

Alaska Green Waste Solutions Inc.

Anchorage

AK

0.30

Used Cooking Oil

Iowa Renewable Energy LLC

Washington

IA

30.00

Multifeedstock

Kelley Green Biofuel

Goshen

KY

0.10

Lakeview Biodiesel LLC

Moberly

MO

10.00

Multifeedstock

Louis Dreyfus Agricultural Industries LLC

Claypool

IN

88.00

Soy Oil

Loyola University Chicago

Chicago

IL

0.10

Used Cooking Oil

American GreenFuels LLC

New Haven

CT

40.00

Used Cooking Oil, Animal Fats

American GreenFuels - Texas

Port Arthur

TX

25.00

Palm Fatty Acid Distillates

Waste Vegetable Oil

Archer Daniels Midland Co. - Velva

Velva

ND

75.00

Canola Oil

Bioenergy Development Group

Memphis

TN

40.00

Multifeedstock

BioVantage Fuels LLC

Belvidere

IL

5.00

Soy Oil/UCO/Corn Oil

Maine Standard Biofuels

Portland

ME

1.50

Yellow Grease

Blue Ridge Biofuels, LLC

Newton

NC

4.00

Used Cooking Oil

Mason Biodiesel LLC

Westerly

RI

1.20

Multifeedstock

Buster Biofuels

Escondido

CA

5.00

Used Cooking Oil

Calgren Renewable Fuels LLC

Pixley

CA

58.00

Mid-America Agri Products Wheatland LLC

Madrid

NE

1.00

Distillers Corn Oil

Cape Cod Biofuels

Sandwich

MA

1.20

Mid-America Biofuels

Mexico

MO

50.00

Soy Oil

Cargill Inc. - Iowa Falls

Iowa Falls

IA

Minnesota Soybean Processors

Brewster

MN

30.00

Soy Oil

Natural Biodiesel Plant LLC

Hayti

MO

5.00

Multifeedstock

New Leaf Biofuel LLC

San Diego

CA

12.00

Yellow Grease

Newport Biodiesel Inc.

Newport

RI

8.00

Yellow Grease

Northeast Biodiesel LLC

Greenfield

MA

1.75

Yellow Grease

Omaha Biofuels Coop

Omaha

NE

0.25

Waste Vegetable Oil

Owensboro Grain Biodiesel LLC

Owensboro

KY

45.00

Pacific Biodiesel

Kea`au

HI

5.50

Paseo-Cargill Energy LLC

Kansas City

MO

56.00

RBF Port Neches, LLC

Port Neches

TX

180.00

Reco Biodiesel LLC

Richmond

VA

3.60

Cargill Inc. - Wichita

Wichita

KS

CHS Patriot Fuels Biodiesel LLC

Annawan

IL

Cincinnati Renewable Fuels LLC

Cincinnati

OH

56.00 60.00 5.00 70.00

Corn/Sorghum Used Cooking Oil Soy Oil Soy Oil Distillers Corn Oil Soy Oil

Community Fuels

Stockton

CA

22.50

Multifeedstock

Crimson Renewable Energy LP

Bakersfield

CA

36.00

Multifeedstock

Deerfield Energy LLC

Deerfield

MO

50.00

Soy Oil

Delek Renewables - New Albany

New Albany

MS

7.50

Soy Oil

Delek Renewables - Cleburne

Cleburne

TX

12.00

Multifeedstock

Delek Renewables - Crossett

Crossett

AR

15.00

Multifeedstock

Down to Earth Energy

Monroe

GA

2.00

Multifeedstock

Duonix LLC (Marathon)

Beatrice

NE

50.00

Multifeedstock

Eberle Biodiesel

Liverpool

TX

0.30

Waste Vegetable Oil

REG Albert Lea LLC

Albert Lea

MN

30.00

High and Low FFA

Enviro-Brite Solutions Inc.

Oscoda

MI

0.15

Waste Vegetable Oil

REG Danville LLC

Danville

IL

45.00

High and Low FFA

Ever Cat Fuels LLC

Isanti

MN

3.00

Multifeedstock

REG Grays Harbor LLC

Hoquiam

WA

100.00

Low FFA

Express Grain Oil Mill

Greenwood

MS

20.00

Soy Oil

REG Houston LLC

Seabrook

TX

35.00

Low FFA

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 New Boston LLC

New Boston

TX

15.00

High and Low FFA

REG Newton LLC

Newton

IA

30.00

High and Low FFA

REG Ralston LLC

Ralston

IA

30.00

Low FFA

REG Seneca LLC

Seneca

IL

60.00

High and Low FFA

Rio Valley Biofuels LLC

El Paso

TX

17.00

Multifeedstock

Scott Petroleum Corp.

Greenville

MS

20.00

Multifeedstock

Seaboard Energy Missouri LLC

St. Joseph

MO

30.00

Corn Oil/Animal Fat/Waste Vegetable Oil/FOG

Fuel: Bio One LLC

Elizabeth

NJ

25.00

Multifeedstock

FutureFuel Chemical Company

Batesville

AR

59.00

Multifeedstock

GC Lipids

Chattanooga

TN

40.00

Multifeedstock

GEB3

Warrenville

SC

40.00

Multifeedstock

General Biodiesel Northwest

Seattle

WA

10.00

Multifeedstock

Genuine Bio-Fuel Inc.

Indiantown

FL

9.20

Waste Vegetable Oil, Tallow

GeoGreen Biofuels Inc.

Vernon

CA

3.00

Used Cooking Oil

Green Biofuels Miami LLC

Miami

FL

7.00

Used Cooking Oil

Green Energy Biofuel

Winnsboro

SC

0.30

Multifeedstock

Griffin Industries Inc.

Butler

KY

2.00

Used Cooking Oil

GTBE Production

Houston

TX

1.20

Waste Glycerin/Palm Waste

Hero BX - Clinton

Clinton

IA

10.00

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Source: Biodiesel Magazine / BBI International PLANT MAP DATA AS OF NOVEMBER 4, 2020 NOTE: Existing includes existing and temporarily idled or closed facilities due to market conditions affected by political uncertainty. If a company announced closure of a plant but retains ownership of the asset, it may continue to be listed as existing until the owner divests itself of the asset. In the case of expansion projects, the existing, operable capacity is included in the volume listed. 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.


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284.00

Canola Oil

Consolidated Biofuels Ltd.

Delta

BC

11.40

Cowichan Bio-Diesel Co-op

Duncan

BC

0.40

Innoltek Inc.

Saint-Jeansur-Richelieu

QC

20.00

Multifeedstock

Used Cooking Oil Waste Vegetable Oil

Pixley

CA

East Dublin Helena

Invigor Bioenergy Corp.

Lethbridge

AB

81.00

Multifeedstock

Rothsay Biodiesel LLC

QC

45.00

Used Cooking Oil

Sainte-Catherine

Animal Fats, Yellow Grease

Verbio Diesel Canada Corp.

Welland

ON

170.00

World Energy Hamilton at Biox Canada Ltd.

Hamilton

ON

67.00

Multifeedstock

World Energy Sombra

Sombra

ON

45.00

Multifeedstock

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GA

7.50

Brown Grease

AR

40.00

Multifeedstock

North Charleston

SC

5.00

Multifeedstock (primarily used cooking oil)

Stepan Co. - Joliet

Joliet

IL

21.00

Sullens Biodiesel LLC

Morrison

TN

2.00

Used Cooking Oil

Thumb BioEnergy LLC

Sandusky

MI

0.75

Used Cooking Oil

Triangle Biofuels Industries Inc.

Wilson

NC

5.00

Multifeedstock

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

Western Iowa Energy LLC

Wall Lake

White Mountain Biodiesel LLC

North Haverhill

Southeast Biodiesel LLC

Lloydminster

Feedstock

Distillers Corn Oil

100

Archer Daniels Midland Co. Lloydminster

Animal Fats

5.00

50

CA

400

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350

1.00

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597.80

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45.00

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230.00

IA

45.00

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Cielo Waste Solutions-High River

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2.00

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6.50

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Norco

LA

675.00

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90.00

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4.00

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Rome

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18.00

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ND

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CA

736.00

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LA

340.00

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100.00

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300.00

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Associations/Organizations / Biodiesel Production

Associations/Organizations Advanced Biofuels USA 507 North Bentz Street Frederick, MD 21701 Joanne Ivancic, Executive Director Phone (301-644-1395) info@advancedbiofuelsusa.org www.advancedbiofuelsusa.org 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 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 Houston, TX 77268 Jalene Fritz, Membership Committee Phone (970-593-8637) jfritz@tpitx.com www.cti.org

D-SOLÂŽ PO Box 489 374 Route 22 Whitehouse, NJ 08888 Rony Slim, Director of Product Management Phone (908-534-7800) info@dallasgrp.com d-sol.com FRP Services & Co. (America), Inc. 535 Fifth Avenue, Suite 1008 New York, NY 10017 Desi Teja, Vice President of Sales Phone (914-374-4426) Fax (212-695-3100) desi@frpusa.com www.frpservices.com Illinois Soybean Association 1605 Commerce Parkway Bloomington, IL 61704 John Lumpe, Chief Executive Officer Phone (309-663-7692) lsoy@ilsoy.org www.ilsoy.org

Liquid Recovery Solutions 1577 East Taylor Avenue Atlanta, GA 30344 Artem Kam, Director of Strategic Partnerships Phone (786-520-5034) artem@liquidrecover.com www.liquidrecover.com Minnesota Biodiesel Council 151 Saint Andrews Court, Suite 710 Mankato, MN 56001 Mike Youngerberg, Executive Director Phone (507-388-1635) Fax (507-388-6751) myoungerberg@mnsoybean.com www.mnsoybean.org National Biodiesel Board PO Box 104898 Jefferson City, MO 65110 Kaleb Little, Director of Communications Phone (800-841-5849) info@biodiesel.org www.nbb.org

Renewable Energy Institute 31190 Calle Cyuga Cathedral City, CA 92234 Monte Goodell, Executive Director Phone (512-772-3500) info@renewablenaturalgas.com www.renewablenaturalgas.com The Jacobsen 885 Arapahoe Avenue Boulder, CO 80302 George Morris, Director of Sales & Marketing Phone (303-775-4213) george@thejacobsen.com thejacobsen.com TN Soybean Promotion Council 100 Executive Drive Jackson, TN 38305 Parks Wells, Executive Director Phone (731-234-1697) pwells@tnsoybeans.org www.tnsoybeans.org Twin Cities Clean Cities Coalition 490 Concordia Avenue St. Paul, MN 55103 Lisa Thurstin, Senior Manager Phone (651-223-9568) lisa.thurstin@lung.org www.cleanairchoice.org

Biodiesel Production Existing Producers

Darling Ingredients 5601 North MacArthur Boulevard Irving, TX 75038 Michael Rath, Sr. Vice President Phone (972-281-4438) mrath@darlingii.com www.darlingii.com

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

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

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

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

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

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

Bluegrass Biofuels, LLC 175 David Pribble Drive Falmouth, KY 41040 Josh Krieg, General Manager Phone (859-951-1070) josh.krieg@bluegrassbiofuels.com bluegrassbiofuels.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

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


Biodiesel Production / Chemicals & Additives

Biodiesel Production 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 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

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 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 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

Future Producers Tara Industries, LLC 27701 Hackberry Drive Sedalia, MO 65301 Joseph Fischer, Managing Member Phone (660-620-6912) jfischer@taraindustriesus.com 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

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 Amalgamated, Inc. PO Box 8977 Fort Wayne, IN 46898 Gary Pipenger, Owner Phone (260-489-2549) Fax (260-489-9834) gpipenger2@frontier.com www.amalgamatedinc.com BioFuran Materials, LLC 920 William Pitt Way Pittsburgh, PA 15238 Chengy Gwengo, Principal Scientist biofm@biofuranchem.com www.biofuranchem.com Fuel Quality Services, Inc. PO Box 1380 Flowery Branch, GA 30542 Margaret Umoren-Clark, Customer Support & Sales Phone (770-967-9790) Fax (770-967-9982) sales@fqsinc.com www.fqsinc.com

GlobalTech Fluids, LLC 12000 Xenia Lane Orlando, FL 32827 Oscar Domingo, Manager Phone (407-412-2186) odomingo@globaltechfluids.com www.hydralicool.com MidContinental Chemical Company, Inc. 1802 East 123rd Terrace Olathe, KS 66061 Everett Osgood, Director of Fuel Additives Phone (913-390-5556) fueladditives@mcchemical.com www.mcchemical.com

Additives—Antioxidants

Camlin Fine Sciences 3179 99th Street Urbandale, IA 50322 Bruce Lindquist, Business Development Manager of Animal Nutrition/Biofuels Phone (515-890-1300) bruce.lindquist@camlinfs.com www.camlinfs.com/cfsna MidContinental Chemical Company, Inc. 1802 East 123rd Terrace Olathe, KS 66061 Everett Osgood, Director of Fuel Additives Phone (913-390-5556) fueladditives@mcchemical.com www.mcchemical.com

Additives—Cold Flow Improvement

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

Adsorbent Kemin Biofuels 1900 Scott Avenue Headquarters Des Moines, IA 50317 John Phillips, Biofuels Business Manager Phone (515-975-8255) john.phillips@kemin.com www.kemin.com/biofuels 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

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 Clariant Refinery Services 2750 Technology Forest Boulevard The Woodlands, TX 77381 Jeff Burns, Regional Sales Manager Phone (832-331-0283) jeff.burns@clariant.com www.clariant.com/refinery

Oil-Dri Corporation of America 12006 Landwood Drive Fishers, IN 46037 Bruce Patsey, Vice President & General Manager Phone (312-706-3301) Fax (312-321-9525) bruce.patsey@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 directory.biodieselmagazine.com | 7


Chemicals & Additives

Chemicals & Additives

Adsorbent continued TOLSA C/Nunez de Balboa 51, 1 Madrid 28001 Spain Marta Fuentes, Product & Market Manager Phone (0034-091-322-01-00) mkt.industrial@tolsa.com www.tolsa.com

Alcohol United Gulf Marine 12455 Westpark Drive, Unit G6 Houston, TX 77082 Jess Hewitt, Sales Phone (713-364-4470) jess.hewitt@gulfhydrocarbon.com www.gulfhydrocarbon.com

Biochemical Concept Development Krugler Engineering Group, Inc. 125 Sparrow Circle Grass Valley, CA 95945 Arthur Krugler, President Phone (530-446-6661) krugler.group@gte.net seek-ask-knock.com Xylome Corporation University Research Park 510 Charmany Drive, Labs 61-62 Madison, WI 53719 Tom Kelleher, CEO Phone (608-441-8188) tkelleher@xylome.com www.xylome.com

Catalysts—Acids

Catalysts—Bases

BASF Corporation 1609 Biddle Avenue West Admin Building Wyandotte, MI 48192 Patricia Presswood, Marketing Communications Manager Phone (734-324-6697) patricia.presswood@basf.com chemicals.basf.com Arkema, Inc.-Innovative Chemistry Corporate Headquarters King of Prussia, PA 19406 Andrew Zudans, Account Manager of FFA Optimization Phone (610-405-3377) andrew.zudans@arkema.com ark.ma/biodiesel-mag-msa

Evonik Corporation 299 Jefferson Road Parsippany, NJ 07054 Bud Murphy, Business Manager of Biodiesel Phone (732-651-0001) bernard.murphy@evonik.com www.evonik.com Evonik Corporation 299 Jefferson Road Parsippany, NJ 07054 Julio Canever, Business Director Phone (973-929-8181) julio.canever@evonik.com www.evonik.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

Select ADVANCING BIOFUELS Select® formulated mineral technology is a powerful solution for purification of diesel and renewable diesel feedstocks. It has been proven in refineries to efficiently remove metals and other impurities. Using Select can reduce operating costs and improve feedstock quality.

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Chemicals & Additives / Cleaning

Chemicals & Additives

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BASF Corporation 1609 Biddle Avenue West Admin Building Wyandotte, MI 48192 Patricia Presswood, Marketing Communications Manager Phone (734-324-6697) patricia.presswood@basf.com chemicals.basf.com

Desatec GmbH Raboisen 32 Hamburg 20095 Germany Axel Sikorski, Product Manager Phone (49-0408-2223-1200) Fax (49-0408-2223-1233) axel.sikorski@desatec.de www.desatec.de

Industrial Gases

Linde 10 Riverview Drive Danbury, CT 06810 Walter Renz, Associate Phone (203-837-2378) Fax (800-772-9985) contactus@linde.com www.linde.com

Water Treatment 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

Nalco Water an Ecolab Company 1601 West Diehl Road Napeville, IL 60563 Carol Hudson, Sr. Marketing Manager Phone (331-237-2114) cbhudson@ecolab.com www.ecolab.com/nalco-water

LANXESS Liquid Purification Technologies 200 Birmingham Avenue Birmingham, NJ 08011 Firuza Mir, Head of Americas & APAC Regions Phone (609-845-1500) firuza.mir@lanxess.com lpt.lanxess.com

Cleaning Emergency Spill Response

Green Energy Biofuel, LLC 2110 Main Street Main Office Warrenville, SC 29851 Bio Joe Renwick, Co-Founder/ Operator/Process Engineer/Broker Phone (803-718-4727) biojoe@gebiofuel.com www.gebiofuel.com

Heat Exchanger

Enerquip, LLC 611 North Street Medford, WI 54451 Ron Herman, Director of Sales & Marketing Phone (715-785-5229) ronherman@enerquip.com www.enerquip.com

Filter Media US Filtermaxx Pumps & Centrifuges 1257 Energy Cove Court Green Cove Springs, FL 32043 Pamela Donnelly, Manager Phone (904-543-5999) pam@usfiltermaxx.com usfiltermaxx.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 Cast Aluminum Solutions 1310 Kingsland Drive Batavia, IL 60510 Jeffrey Awe, Global Marketing Director Phone (630-482-5325) Fax (630-879-1101) jawe@castaluminumsolutions.com www.castaluminumsolutions.com/ circulation-heater-summary

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

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

Railcars

Green Energy Biofuel, LLC 2110 Main Street Main Office Warrenville, SC 29851 Bio Joe Renwick, Co-Founder/ Operator/Process Engineer/Broker Phone (803-718-4727) biojoe@gebiofuel.com www.gebiofuel.com

Tank Cleaning Equipment 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

Tank Cleaning Services

Green Energy Biofuel, LLC 2110 Main Street Main Office Warrenville, SC 29851 Bio Joe Renwick, Co-Founder/ Operator/Process Engineer/Broker Phone (803-718-4727) biojoe@gebiofuel.com www.gebiofuel.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

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Conferences/Trade Shows & Meetings / Construction / Consulting

Conferences/Trade Shows & Meetings

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 SEE OUR AD ON PAGE 25

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 34

Biodiesel Production Technology 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.biodieseltechnologysummit.com SEE OUR AD ON PAGE 11

Construction Fabrication

Mechanical

Plant Construction

Tanks

C.M. Bernardini International S.p.A. Via Appia Km, 55, 900 Cisterna di Latina 04012 Italy Marina Sorbello, Commercial Assistant Phone (39-06-96871028) marina.sorbello@cmbernardini.it www.cmbernardini.com

AZCO, Inc. a Burns & McDonnell company 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

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

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

Insulation 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

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

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

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

Consulting Advertising PriMedia, Inc. 401 Franklin Avenue, Suite 310 Garden City, NY 11530 Richard Rutigliano, President Phone (516-222-2041) Fax (516-222-2357) rrutigliano@primediany.com primediany.com

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BBI Project Development 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@bbiinternational.com

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

Cleri Consulting PO Box 48 Carle Place, NY 11514 Paul Cleri, Principal Phone (516-333-2921) Fax (516-333-2921) cleri.consulting@gmail.com www.linkedin.com/company/ cleri-engineering-consulting


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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 Air Resource Specialists, Inc. 1901 Sharp Point Drive, Suite F Fort Collins, CO 80525 Howard Gebhart, Manager of Environmental Compliance Section Phone (970-484-7941) Fax (970-484-3423) hgebhart@air-resource.com www.air-resource.com Leonard Associates 4739 Loyola Drive Baton Rouge, LA 70808 Charles Leonard, Certified Industrial Hygienist Phone (225-335-7457) charlie@cleonard.net cleonard.net TRC Environmental Corporation 7521 Brush Hill Road Burr Ridge, IL 60527 Daniel Grabowski, Project Director Phone (312-533-2024) Fax (312-533-2070) dgrabowski@trccompanies.com www.trccompanies.com Trihydro Corporation 1252 Commerce Drive Laramie, WY 82070 John Schneider, Senior Consultant Phone (970-302-7061) Fax (307-745-7474) jschneider@trihydro.com www.trihydro.com Viresco Solutions, Inc. 401 Ninth Avenue Southwest Suite 1930 Calgary, AB T2P 3C5 Canada Jon Alcock, Sustainable Development Director Phone (403-397-6506) jon@virescosolutions.com virescosolutions.com

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BBI Project Development 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@bbiinternational.com 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 Equinox 4255 43rd Avenue South Fargo, ND 58104 Kyle Althoff, President Phone (303-910-6052) kalthoff@equinox8.com www.equinox8.com LMC International 1350 Avenue of the Americas, Floor 2 New York, NY 10019 Michael Schwartz, Vice President of Sales in the Americas Phone (212-586-2427) mschwartz@lmc-ny.com www.lmc.co.uk 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

Project Development

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OU Kosher Certification Agency Orthodox Union 11 Broadway New York, NY 10004 Phyllis Koegel, Marketing Director Phone (212-613-8237) koegelp@ou.org www.oukosher.org

Lobbyist 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

Plant Optimization 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 Bryan Yeh Consulting 156 Arlene Drive Walnut Creek, CA 94595 Bryan Yeh, Managing Director Phone (925-945-7540) bryan@bryanyeh.com bryanyeh.com Pruszko Consulting 16148 Paradise Lane Dubuque, IA 52002 Rudy Pruszko, Consultant Phone (563-582-4545) biorudy@gmail.com www.pruszkoconsulting.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

BBI Project Development 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@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 35 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 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 LD Sullivan & Company, LLC 2314 Hummingbird Lane Summerville, SC 29483 Lawrence Sullivan, Principal Phone (651-269-7737) ldsul@ldsulco.com www.ldsulco.com Reiter Scientific Consulting, LLC 599 Colonial Drive Grand Junction, CO 81507 Kristof Reiter, Owner Phone (888-428-5617) kristof@reiterscientific.com reiterscientific.com


Consulting / Education / Employment / Engineering

Education

Consulting

Quality Assuranceâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; BQ-9000 Degart Global, LLC 4810 74th Street Urbandale, IA 50322 Gary DeLong, Vice President Phone (515-240-9586) garyd@degartglobal.com www.degartglobal.com

Regulatory

RINAlliance 10430 New York Avenue, Suite F Urbandale, IA 50322 Reo Menning, President & CEO Phone (515-224-7513) info@rinalliance.com www.rinalliance.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 www.alcoholtax.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 & Tidwell, LLP 24 Greenway Plaza, Suite 1800 Houston, TX 77046 Sandra Dunphy, Director of Energy Compliance Services Phone (832-320-3218) sandra.dunphy@weaver.com www.weaver.com

Site Selection

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BBI Project Development 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@bbiinternational.com Greenfield Development 213 Seacrest Drive Wrightsville Beach, NC 28480 Robin Spinks, Principal Phone (910-509-1805) robin@greenfield.bz www.greenfield.bz

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 Hennepin Technical College 9000 Brooklyn Boulevard Brooklyn Park, MN 55445 Dale Boyenga, Faculty of Medium/ Heavy Truck Technology Phone (763-488-2421) dale.boyenga@hennepintech.edu www.hennepintech.edu

Employment Recruiting

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 searchpathofchicago.com

3D Modeling

Chemical

Control Systems

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

Krugler Engineering Group, Inc. 125 Sparrow Circle Grass Valley, CA 95945 Arthur Krugler, President Phone (530-446-6661) krugler.group@gte.net seek-ask-knock.com

Trident Automation, Inc. 1001 West Kennedy Avenue Kimberly, WI 54136 Jason Hurst, CEO Phone (920-759-7477) info@tridentautomation.com www.tridentautomation.com

Global Talent Solutions PO Box 235 201 East Main Avenue, Suite 9 Frazee, MN 56544 Brian Bigger, President/Recruiter Phone (218-296-7388) brian@globaltalentsolutions.com www.globaltalentsolutions.com

Engineering

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

Design/Build

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

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Engineering / Equipment

Engineering

Design/Build Cont. Bruks Siwertell 5975 Shiloh Road, Suite 109 Alpharetta, GA 30005 Ken Upchurch, Sr. Vice President of Sales & Marketing Phone (770-849-0100) sales@bruks.com www.bruks-siwertell.com PlanET Biogas USA 3212 Union Road Cheektowaga, NY 14227 Sarah Jamal, Executive Administrator Phone (877-266-0994) contact-usa@planet-biogas.com www.planet-biogas-usa.com TKS Industrial Company 901 Tower Drive Troy, MI 48098 Jonathan Carender, Sales Manager Phone (248-786-5000) Fax (248-786-5001) sales@tks-america.com www.tksindustrial.com Todd & Sargent, Inc. 2905 Southeast Fifth Street Ames, IA 50010 Scott Sylvester, Director of Business Development Phone (515-956-4805) ssylvester@tsargent.com tasargent.com

Environmental Nayes Associates, LLC 225 South Sixth Street Minneapolis, MN 55401 Terrence Nayes, Owner/Engineer Phone (952-239-5377) nayest2@asme.org www.nayesassociates.com

Mechanical 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

Process Design

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 35

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

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

JAL Engineering 100-7 Rancho Road, Unit 111 Thousand Oaks, CA 91362 James Latty, Chief Engineer Phone (805-551-9675) jalengineer@sbcglobal.net

Industrial Pollution Equipment Advisor 718 North Gainsborough Avenue Royal Oak, MI 48067 Jon Carender, Business Development Phone (734-649-6711) sales@ipeadvisor.com www.ipeadvisor.com

Analytical Instruments

Modular Energy Solutions PO Box 2759 Santa Clara, CA 95055 Chuck Nolan, President Phone (408-483-5922) Fax (408-423-8916) chucknln@sbcglobal.net www.modular-e.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 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

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

Equipment Air Pollution/ Odor Control Anguil Environmental Systems, Inc. 8855 North 55th Street Milwaukee, WI 53223 Kevin Summ, Marketing Director Phone (414-365-6400) info@anguil.com www.anguil.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

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Oxidizers, Inc. 1731 Pomona Road Corona, CA 92880 Keith Lambert, President Phone (847-989-4740) keith@oxidizers.net www.oxidizers.net Turner EnviroLogic 1140 Southwest 34th Avenue Deerfield Beach, FL 33442 Tom Turner, President Phone (954-422-9787) Fax (818-561-3515) tom.turner@tenviro.com tenviro.com

METTLER TOLEDO 1900 Polaris Parkway Columbus, OH 43240 Christopher Arko, AnaChem Market Manager Phone (614-841-4354) chris.arko@mt.com www.mt.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

SPECTRO Analytical Instruments 91 McKee Drive Mahwah, NJ 04730 Thomas Bloomer, Director of Marketing Phone (201-642-3000) tom.bloomer@ametek.com www.spectro.com

Automation SVF Flow Controls 5595 Fresca Drive La Palma, CA 90623 Dan Steinbacher, Marketing Phone (714-676-2662) publications@svf.net www.svf.net


Equipment

Equipment

Blowers & Fans

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

Boiler System 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@outotec.com www.outotec.com/energy

Centrifuges Dolphin Centrifuge 24248 Gibson Drive Warren, MI 48089 Sanjay Prabhu, Manager Phone (248-522-2573) sprabhu@dolphincentrifuge.com dolphincentrifuge.com Flottweg Separation Technology, Inc. 10700 Toebben Drive Independence, KY 41051 Robert Rhea, Sales Manager Phone (859-448-2300) sales@flottweg.net www.flottweg.com GEA North America 100 Fairway Court Northvale, NJ 07647 Greg Waranica, Biodiesel Market Manager Phone (201-784-4635) gregory.waranica@gea.com gea.com

Kyte Centrifuge, LLC 30 Ridgefield Place Biltmore Forest, NC 28803 Dave Kyte, President Phone (832-368-2667) sales@kytecentrifuge.com www.kytecentrifuge.com

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

Control Systems 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 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

Control Systemsâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; Distributed Stanion Wholesale Electric Co., Inc. 350 South Tracy Wichita, KS 67209 Mike Hollar, Process Control Specialist Phone (316-264-8414) mhollar@stanion.com www.stanion.com

Cooling Tower Tower Performance of Texas, Inc. 8031 Airport Boulevard, Suite 100 Houston, TX 77061 Jalene Fritz, Parts Manager Phone (970-583-8637) jfritz@tpitx.com www.coolingtowercomponents.com

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

Custody Transfer Systems Westmor 14044 West Freeway Drive Hugo, MN 55038 Mandi Carlberg, Marketing Communications Manager Phone (320-589-2406) mandi.carlberg@westmor-ind.com westmor-ind.com

Distillation Equipment Koch Modular Process 45 Eisenhower Drive, Suite 350 Paramus, NJ 07652 Victoria Tan, Marketing Assistant Phone (877-780-8654) Fax (201-368-8989) systems@kochmodular.com kochmodular.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 Phone (704-681-3025) twassel@airtechniquesinc.com www.airtechniquesinc.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 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 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

Expansion Joints Proco Products, Inc. 2431 North Wigwam Drive Stockton, CA 95205 Rob Coffee, Vice President of Sales & Marketing Phone (209-943-6088) Fax (209-943-0242) robc@procoproducts.com www.procoproducts.com SEE OUR AD ON PAGE 16

Expellers French Oil Mill Machinery Co. PO Box 920 1035 West Greene Street Piqua, OH 45356 Robert Pavlik, Oilseed Sales Engineer Phone (937-773-3420) Fax (937-773-3424) rppavlik@frenchoil.com www.frenchoil.com

Filtration Equipment Ameridia Innovative Solutions, Inc. 2056 Napa Valley Corporate Drive Napa, CA 94558 Daniel Bar, Vice President of Sales & Business Development Phone (908-230-9231) dbar@ameridia.com www.ameridia.com directory.biodieselmagazine.com | 15


Equipment

Equipment

Filtration Equipment cont.

Filtration Media

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

D-SOLÂŽ-The Dallas Group of America, Inc. PO Box 489 374 Route 22 Whitehouse, NJ 08888 John Ritorto, Business Devleopment Manager Phone (908-335-7322) info@dallasgrp.com www.d-sol.com

LEEM Filtration 25 Arrow Road Ramsey, NJ 07446 Ryan Boyd, Sales Phone (813-704-4966) r.boyd@leemfiltration.com leemfiltration.com Pall Corporation 1750 Filter Drive Deland, FL 32724 Dante Montgomery, Portfolio Manager Phone (321-200-7253) dante_montgomery@pall.com pall.com

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Heat Exchangers

Gas Detectors

Enerquip, LLC 611 North Street Medford, WI 54451 Ron Herman, Director of Sales & Marketing Phone (715-785-5229) ronherman@enerquip.com www.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

AMSEnergy Corp. 1111 Bear Creek Pike Columbia, TN 38401 Michael Sams, President Phone (615-852-8412) info@amsenergy.com amsenergy.com

Cast Aluminum Solutions 1310 Kingsland Drive Batavia, IL 60510 Jeffrey Awe, Global Marketing Director Phone (630-482-5325) Fax (630-879-1101) jawe@castaluminumsolutions.com www.castaluminumsolutions.com/ circulation-heater-summary 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 (217-422-2770) mike.arrington@masonmfg.com www.masonmfg.com


Equipment

Equipment 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

Jensen Instrument Co. 643 South Duggan Avenue Azusa, CA 91702 Steve Molinari, President Phone (626-969-7991) | Fax (626-969-4991) stevem@jenseninstr.com www.jenseninstr.com

Ross HX 2908 Cincinnati Dayton Road Middletown, OH 45044 Rick Ross, Owner/President Phone (513-217-7355) ross@rosshx.com rosshx.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

Heat Transfer Fluid

Laboratory—Equipment

Paratherm-Heat Transfer Fluids 2009 Renaissance Boulevard King of Prussia, PA 19406 Dyron Liverman, Oil & Gas and Chemical Sales Engineer Phone (713-213-7409) | Fax (610-941-4900) dliverman@paratherm.com www.paratherm.com SEE OUR AD ON PAGE 17

HEMCO Corporation 711 South Powell Road Independence, MO 64056 Jerry Schwarz, Marketing Phone (800-779-4362) | Fax (816-796-3333) info@hemcocorp.com www.hemcocorp.com

Heaters—Tank 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

Heaters—Thermal Fluid Cast Aluminum Solutions 1310 Kingsland Drive Batavia, IL 60510 Jeffrey Awe, Global Marketing Director Phone (630-482-5325) | Fax (630-879-1101) jawe@castaluminumsolutions.com www.castaluminumsolutions.com/circulation-heatersummary Thermal Process Development 5665 Atlanta Hwy, Suite 102B-225 Alpharetta, GA 30004 Todd Fahring, Sales Phone (770-910-4232) tfahring@thermalpd.com 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

Sonics & Materials, Inc. 53 Church Hill Road Newtown, CT 06470 Lois Baiad, Marketing Communications Phone (203-270-4600) | Fax (203-270-4610) info@sonics.com www.sonics.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—Liquid Savage Associates Inc. 784 Chimney Rock Road, Suite G Martinsville, NJ 08836 Brian Savage, Project Manager Phone (732-764-7270) brians@savageassociatesinc.com savageassociatesinc.com SEE OUR AD ON PAGE 24

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Equipment

Equipment

Mixers IKA Works, Inc. 2635 Northchase Parkway Southeast Wilmington, NC 28405 Julia Schittko, Manager of Marketing & Inside Sales Phone (910-452-7059) julia.schittko@ika.net www.ikausa.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 Warren & Baerg Manufacturing, Inc. 39950 Road 108 Dinuba, CA 93618 Randy Baerg, President Phone (559-591-6790) | Fax (559-5915728) info@warrenbaerg.com www.warrenbaerg.com

Pumps

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

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Savage Associates Inc. 784 Chimney Rock Road, Suite G Martinsville, NJ 08836 Brian Savage, Project Manager Phone (732-764-7270) brians@savageassociatesinc.com savageassociatesinc.com SEE OUR AD ON PAGE 24 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 Yamada America, Inc. 955 East Algonquin Road Arlington Heights, IL 60005 Jeff Selig, National Sales & Marketing Manager Phone (800-990-7867) Fax (847-631-9273) sales@yamadapump.com www.yamadapump.com

Pumps—Metering Krugler Engineering Group, Inc. 125 Sparrow Circle Grass Valley, CA 95945 Arthur Krugler, President Phone (530-446-6661) krugler.group@gte.net seek-ask-knock.com

Quality Assurance Test Products ATAGO U.S.A., Inc. 14432 Southeast Eastgate Way Suite 450 Bellevue, WA 98007 Jin Jakubowski, Marketing Representative Phone (425-637-2107) Fax (425-637-2110) customerservice@atago-usa.com atagousa.corecommerce.com

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

Reactors— Continuous Flow Krugler Engineering Group, Inc. 125 Sparrow Circle Grass Valley, CA 95945 Arthur Krugler, President Phone (530-446-6661) krugler.group@gte.net seek-ask-knock.com

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

Sensors MoistTech Corp. 6408 Parkland Drive, Suite 104 Sarasota, FL 34243 Adrian Fordham, President Phone (941-727-1800) info@moisttech.com www.moisttech.com Hawk Measurement (HAWK) 5010 Gateway Drive Medina, OH 44256 Ellen Nichols, Marketing Manager Phone (888-429-5538) ellen.nichols@hawkmeasurement.com hawkmeasurement.com

Separation Equipment Ed W. Smith Machine Works 3117 Commerce Street Dallas, TX 75226 Leyla Battista-Channell, Project Engineer & CAD Manager Phone (214-939-0577) leylabc@ed-w-smith.com www.ed-w-smith.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

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

Tanks—Pressure Vessels

Enerquip, LLC 611 North Street Medford, WI 54451 Ron Herman, Director of Sales & Marketing Phone (715-785-5229) ronherman@enerquip.com www.enerquip.com

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


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WWS Trading 4032 Shoreline Drive #2 Spring Park, MN 55384 Mark Napier, Senior Trader Phone (952-548-9300) mark@wwstrading.com www.wwstrading.com Darling Ingredients 5601 North MacArthur Boulevard Irving, TX 75038 Michael Rath, Sr. Vice President Phone (972-281-4438) mrath@darlingii.com www.darlingii.com

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Recycled Fats & Oils

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

Deep South Commodities 919 Orange Avenue, Suite 202 Winter Park, FL 32789 John Tapp, President Phone (407-204-1000) Fax (407-386-7550) john@deepsouthcommodities.com www.deepsouthcommodities.com

Krugler Engineering Group, Inc. 125 Sparrow Circle Grass Valley, CA 95945 Arthur Krugler, President Phone (530-446-6661) krugler.group@gte.net seek-ask-knock.com

Brokering

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

Collection

Green Energy Biofuel, LLC 2110 Main Street Main Office Warrenville, SC 29851 Bio Joe Renwick, Co-Founder/ Operator/Process Engineer/Broker Phone (803-718-4727) biojoe@gebiofuel.com www.gebiofuel.com

Frazier, Barnes & Associates 285 German Oak Drive, Suite 103 Cordova, TN 38018 Pete Moss, President Phone (901-725-7258) fbapete@frazierbarnes.com www.frazierbarnes.com

Purification

Green Energy Biofuel, LLC 2110 Main Street Main Office Warrenville, SC 29851 Bio Joe Renwick, Co-Founder/ Operator/Process Engineer/Broker Phone (803-718-4727) biojoe@gebiofuel.com www.gebiofuel.com

Green Energy Biofuel, LLC 2110 Main Street Main Office Warrenville, SC 29851 Bio Joe Renwick, Co-Founder/ Operator/Process Engineer/Broker Phone (803-718-4727) biojoe@gebiofuel.com www.gebiofuel.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 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 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 libertycomcorp.com Reiter Trading, LLC 599 Colonial Drive Grand Junction, CO 81507 Kristof Reiter, Owner Phone (888-428-5617) kristof@reitertrading.com reitertrading.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

Trading

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

Transport

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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Finance / Legal Services

Finance Accounting

Equity Procurement

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

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

Appraisals

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

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

Due Diligence

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

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BBI Project Development 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@bbiinternational.com

Lender Representatives

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BBI Project Development 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@bbiinternational.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 5200 West Century Boulevard Suite 420 Los Angeles, CA 90045 Bruce Comer, Managing Director Phone (310-670-2721) Fax (310-670-4107) bruce@oceanpk.com www.oceanpk.com

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

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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

Permits & Licenses 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

Marketing Auctions Maas Companies, Inc. PO Box 7128 Rochester, MN 55903 Tyler Maas, Director of Sales & Marketing Phone (507-285-1444) Fax (507-285-0034) 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

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

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

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

Targray Biofuels 18105 Route Transcanadienne Kirkland, QC H9J 3Z4 Canada Dan Murray, Vice President Phone (514-695-8095) targrayinfo@targray.com www.targray.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

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Glycerin 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

Coproducts—Other Excalibur Lipid Technology, Inc. 5050 Poplar Avenue, Suite 1435 Memphis, TN 38104 C.W. Kimbrell, President & CEO Phone (901-767-3101) Fax (901-767-6378) cwk@excaliburlipid.com excaliburlipid.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

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Media / Process Technology

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 36

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

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

The Jacobsen 885 Arapahoe Avenue Boulder, CO 80302 George Morris, Director of Sales & Marketing Phone (303-775-4213) george@thejacobsen.com thejacobsen.com Biofuels International 124 Middleton Road Morden, Surrey SM4 6RW United Kingdom Peter Patterson, Publisher Phone (44-2086-487082) peter@woodcotemedia.com www.biofuels-news.com Render Magazine PO Box 856 Collinsville, OK 74021 Tina Caparella, Editor/Publisher Phone (530-306-6792) editors@rendermagazine.com rendermagazine.com

Process Technology Biodiesel

AT Agrar-Technik Int. GmbH Hauptstr. 27 Barnstedt, Lower Saxxonia 21406 Germany Moritz J. Gaede, Managing Partner Phone (49-1707-8559-38) moritzgaede@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

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Krugler Engineering Group, Inc. 125 Sparrow Circle Grass Valley, CA 95945 Arthur Krugler, President Phone (530-446-6661) krugler.group@gte.net seek-ask-knock.com Springboard Biodiesel, LLC 2323 Park Avenue Chico, CA 95928 Matt 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 sunhobiodiesel.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

Biorefining

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

Esterification AT Agrar-Technik Int. GmbH Hauptstr. 27 Barnstedt, Lower Saxxonia 21406 Germany Moritz J. Gaede, Managing Partner Phone (49-1707-8559-38) moritzgaede@at-agrartechnik.de www.at-agrartechnik.de

Glycerolysis

AT Agrar-Technik Int. GmbH Hauptstr. 27 Barnstedt, Lower Saxxonia 21406 Germany Moritz J. Gaede, Managing Partner Phone (49-1707-8559-38) moritzgaede@at-agrartechnik.de www.at-agrartechnik.de

Modular Systems

The BioCubeâ&#x201E;˘ Corporation, Ltd. PO Box 567 Ashmore City, QLD 4214 Australia Laurence Baum, Managing Director Phone (61-400-681-283) info@biocubeco.com biocubeco.com


Process Technology / Research & Development Process Technology 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

Renewable Diesel Eco-NRG, LLC 1117 Route 212 Woodstock, NY 12498 Ron Leonard, Founder Phone (845-431-0655) econrgllc@aol.com econrg.com

Permanente Corporation 1999 Avenue of the Stars, Suite 1100 Los Angeles, CA 90067 Marc Seidner, President Phone (310-569-6500) marc@permanentecorp.com permanente.com

Retrofit

AT Agrar-Technik Int. GmbH Hauptstr. 27 Barnstedt, Lower Saxxonia 21406 Germany Moritz J. Gaede, Managing Partner Phone (49-1707-8559-38) moritzgaede@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

Inmetro, RJ, Brazil & Optical Control System, Germany 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

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

Live + OnDemand

AT Agrar-Technik Int. GmbH Hauptstr. 27 Barnstedt, Lower Saxxonia 21406 Germany Moritz J. Gaede, Managing Partner Phone (49-1707-8559-38) moritzgaede@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

Research & Development Government

Turnkey Systems

Private CF Technologies, Inc. 1 Westinghouse Plaza, Suite D101 Hyde Park, MA 02136 Jessica Sweeney, Vice President Phone (617-364-2500) jessica@cftechnologies.com www.cftechnologies.com Krugler Engineering Group, Inc. 125 Sparrow Circle Grass Valley, CA 95945 Arthur Krugler, President Phone (530-446-6661) krugler.group@gte.net seek-ask-knock.com

KuKK K+F, Ltd. Szigetvari u. 1 Budapest 1083 Hungary Andras Kovacs Phone (36-30-2114101) andras@kukk.hu kukk.hu The ProExporter Network 114 South Main Street Chelsea, MI 48118 Ryan Ruikka, Biofuels Energy Analyst Phone (734-330-1961) ryan@prxgeo.com www.proexporter.com

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Retail Stations / Services

Retail Stations Blending Equipment

Illinois Oil Marketing Equipment 850 Brenkman Drive Pekin, IL 61554 Mark McLaren, Bio Equipment Manager Phone (309-202-0360) mmclaren@iome.com www.iome.com

Savage Associates Inc. 784 Chimney Rock Road, Suite G Martinsville, NJ 08836 Brian Savage, Project Manager Phone (732-764-7270) brians@savageassociatesinc.com savageassociatesinc.com SEE OUR AD ON PAGE 24

Services Laboratoryâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Testing Services Intertek 5404 Bandera Road San Antonio, TX 78238 Dean Schoppe, Principal Engineer Phone (210-863-4702) dean.schoppe@intertek.com www.intertek.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

R W Heiden Associates, LLC 959 Skyline Drive 1026 New Holland Avenue Lancaster, PA 17601 Richard Heiden, Chief Science & Technology Officer Phone (717-299-6860) rwheidenphd@aol.com supersleuthchemists.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

Wyoming Analytical Labs 1660 Harrison Street Laramie, WY 82070 Jane Thomas, President Phone (307-742-7995) jthomas@wal-lab.com wal-lab.com

Maintenance

LCFS Registration

S-O-S, Inc. PO Box 7282 Duluth, MN 55807 Jim Carter, President Phone (218-391-7533) jim@sosleakrepair.com www.sosleakrepair.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

 

                

  

   

      

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Services / Transportation

Services

RFS Compliance

RIN Management

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

RINAlliance 10430 New York Avenue, Suite F Urbandale, IA 50322 Reo Menning, President & CEO Phone (515-224-7513) info@rinalliance.com www.rinalliance.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

RINAlliance 10430 New York Avenue, Suite F Urbandale, IA 50322 Reo Menning, President & CEO Phone (515-224-7513) info@rinalliance.com www.rinalliance.com

Transportation Rail

Green Energy Biofuel, LLC 2110 Main Street Main Office Warrenville, SC 29851 Bio Joe Renwick, Co-Founder/ Operator/Process Engineer/Broker Phone (803-718-4727) biojoe@gebiofuel.com www.gebiofuel.com

Terminals & DSP

Tristar FLC, Inc. PO Box 424 (9600 Kaiser Way, Fontana, CA 92335) Vancouver, WA 98666 Barry Love, President Phone (909-823-3000) Fax (360-823-3080) barry@tristarpnw.com www.tristarpnw.com

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

Railcar Gate Openers

Trucking—Tankers

Workmaster 284 Three Tun Road Malvern, PA 19355 Bob Braun, Director of Sales Phone (267-350-2809) Fax (484-325-2961) info@workmaster.net www.workmaster.net

T-Haul Tank Lines 2446 East Livingston Street Springfield, MO 65803 Dave Samford, Vice President of National Accounts Phone (417-893-3690) dave.samford@t-haul.com thaultanklines.com

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Company Index

Company Index A 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 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 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 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 Air Resource Specialists, Inc. 1901 Sharp Point Drive, Suite F Fort Collins, CO 80525 Howard Gebhart, Manager of Environmental Compliance Section Phone (970-484-7941) Fax (970-484-3423) hgebhart@air-resource.com www.air-resource.com Air Techniques, Inc. 2999 Johnson Ferry Road Marietta, GA 30062 Thomas Wassel Phone (704-681-3025) twassel@airtechniquesinc.com www.airtechniquesinc.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 www.alcoholtax.com

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Amalgamated, Inc. PO Box 8977 Fort Wayne, IN 46898 Gary Pipenger, Owner Phone (260-489-2549) Fax (260-489-9834) gpipenger2@frontier.com www.amalgamatedinc.com

AT Agrar-Technik Int. GmbH Hauptstr. 27 Barnstedt, Lower Saxxonia 21406 Germany Moritz J. Gaede, Managing Partner Phone (49-1707-8559-38) moritzgaede@at-agrartechnik.de www.at-agrartechnik.de

BBI Project Development 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@bbiinternational.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

ATAGO U.S.A., Inc. 14432 Southeast Eastgate Way Suite 450 Bellevue, WA 98007 Jin Jakubowski, Marketing Representative Phone (425-637-2107) Fax (425-637-2110) customerservice@atago-usa.com atagousa.corecommerce.com

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

Ameridia Innovative Solutions, Inc. 2056 Napa Valley Corporate Drive Napa, CA 94558 Daniel Bar, Vice President of Sales & Business Development Phone (908-230-9231) dbar@ameridia.com www.ameridia.com AMSEnergy Corp. 1111 Bear Creek Pike Columbia, TN 38401 Michael Sams, President Phone (615-852-8412) info@amsenergy.com amsenergy.com Anguil Environmental Systems, Inc. 8855 North 55th Street Milwaukee, WI 53223 Kevin Summ, Marketing Director Phone (414-365-6400) info@anguil.com www.anguil.com Arisdyne Systems, Inc. 17830 Englewood Drive, Suite 11 Cleveland, OH 44135 Darren Litle, Director of Technical Sales Phone (216-389-0230) dlitle@arisdyne.com www.arisdyne.com Arkema, Inc.-Innovative Chemistry Corporate Headquarters King of Prussia, PA 19406 Andrew Zudans, Account Manager of FFA Optimization Phone (610-405-3377) andrew.zudans@arkema.com ark.ma/biodiesel-mag-msa

Automation Products, Inc.DYNATROLÂŽ 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, Inc. a Burns & McDonnell company 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

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BASF Corporation 1609 Biddle Avenue West Admin Building Wyandotte, MI 48192 Patricia Presswood, Marketing Communications Manager Phone (734-324-6697) patricia.presswood@basf.com chemicals.basf.com

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 36 Biofuels International 124 Middleton Road Morden, Surrey, SM4 6RW United Kingdom Peter Patterson, Publisher Phone (44-2086-487082) peter@woodcotemedia.com www.biofuels-news.com BioFuran Materials, LLC 920 William Pitt Way Pittsburgh, PA 15238 Chengy Gwengo, Principal Scientist biofm@biofuranchem.com www.biofuranchem.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 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


Bluegrass Biofuels, LLC 175 David Pribble Drive Falmouth, KY 41040 Josh Krieg, General Manager Phone (859-951-1070) josh.krieg@bluegrassbiofuels.com bluegrassbiofuels.com Bruks Siwertell 5975 Shiloh Road, Suite 109 Alpharetta, GA 30005 Ken Upchurch, Sr. Vice President of Sales & Marketing Phone (770-849-0100) sales@bruks.com www.bruks-siwertell.com Bryan Yeh Consulting 156 Arlene Drive Walnut Creek, CA 94595 Bryan Yeh, Managing Director Phone (925-945-7540) bryan@bryanyeh.com bryanyeh.com

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Cast Aluminum Solutions 1310 Kingsland Drive Batavia, IL 60510 Jeffrey Awe, Global Marketing Director Phone (630-482-5325) Fax (630-879-1101) jawe@castaluminumsolutions.com www.castaluminumsolutions.com/ circulation-heater-summary

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

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

Cooling Technology Institute (CTI) PO Box 681807 Houston, TX 77268 Jalene Fritz, Membership Committee Phone (970-593-8637) jfritz@tpitx.com www.cti.org

CF Technologies, Inc. 1 Westinghouse Plaza, Suite D101 Hyde Park, MA 02136 Jessica Sweeney, Vice President Phone (617-364-2500) jessica@cftechnologies.com www.cftechnologies.com

C.M. Bernardini International S.p.A. Via Appia Km, 55, 900 Cisterna di Latina 04012 Italy Marina Sorbello, Commercial Assistant Phone (39-06-96871028) marina.sorbello@cmbernardini.it www.cmbernardini.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

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

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

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

Clariant Refinery Services 2750 Technology Forest Boulevard The Woodlands, TX 77381 Jeff Burns, Regional Sales Manager Phone (832-331-0283) jeff.burns@clariant.com www.clariant.com/refinery

Camlin Fine Sciences 3179 99th Street Urbandale, IA 50322 Bruce Lindquist, Business Development Manager of Animal Nutrition/Biofuels Phone (515-890-1300) bruce.lindquist@camlinfs.com www.camlinfs.com/cfsna

Cleri Consulting PO Box 48 Carle Place, NY 11514 Paul Cleri, Principal Phone (516-333-2921) Fax (516-333-2921) cleri.consulting@gmail.com www.linkedin.com/company/ cleri-engineering-consulting

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

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D-SOLÂŽ PO Box 489 374 Route 22 Whitehouse, NJ 08888 Rony Slim, Director of Product Management Phone (908-534-7800) info@dallasgrp.com d-sol.com D-SOLÂŽ-The Dallas Group of America, Inc. PO Box 489 374 Route 22 Whitehouse, NJ 08888 John Ritorto, Business Development Manager Phone (908-335-7322) info@dallasgrp.com www.d-sol.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 35

Darling Ingredients 5601 North MacArthur Boulevard Irving, TX 75038 Michael Rath, Sr. Vice President Phone (972-281-4438) mrath@darlingii.com www.darlingii.com Deep South Commodities 919 Orange Avenue, Suite 202 Winter Park, FL 32789 John Tapp, President Phone (407-204-1000) Fax (407-386-7550) 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 Desatec GmbH Raboisen 32 Hamburg 20095 Germany Axel Sikorski, Product Manager Phone (49-0408-2223-1200) Fax (49-0408-2223-1233) axel.sikorski@desatec.de www.desatec.de 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 Dilling Group, Inc. PO Box 47 111 East Mildred Street Logansport, IN 46947 Mark Hildebrandt, Business Development Director Phone (574-355-6382) mhildebrandt@dillinggroup.com www.dillinggroup.com Dolphin Centrifuge 24248 Gibson Drive Warren, MI 48089 Sanjay Prabhu, Manager Phone (248-522-2573) sprabhu@dolphincentrifuge.com dolphincentrifuge.com

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

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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 Eco-NRG, LLC 1117 Route 212 Woodstock, NY 12498 Ron Leonard, Founder Phone (845-431-0655) econrgllc@aol.com 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 Ed W. Smith Machine Works 3117 Commerce Street Dallas, TX 75226 Leyla Battista-Channell, Project Engineer & CAD Manager Phone (214-939-0577) leylabc@ed-w-smith.com www.ed-w-smith.com

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Enerquip, LLC 611 North Street Medford, WI 54451 Ron Herman, Director of Sales & Marketing Phone (715-785-5229) ronherman@enerquip.com www.enerquip.com

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

Equinox 4255 43rd Avenue South Fargo, ND 58104 Kyle Althoff, President Phone (303-910-6052) kalthoff@equinox8.com www.equinox8.com

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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 Evonik Corporation 299 Jefferson Road Parsippany, NJ 07054 Bud Murphy, Business Manager of Biodiesel Phone (732-651-0001) bernard.murphy@evonik.com www.evonik.com Evonik Corporation 299 Jefferson Road Parsippany, NJ 07054 Julio Canever, Business Director Phone (973-929-8181) julio.canever@evonik.com www.evonik.com Excalibur Lipid Technology, Inc. 5050 Poplar Avenue, Suite 1435 Memphis, TN 38104 C.W. Kimbrell, President & CEO Phone (901-767-3101) Fax (901-767-6378) cwk@excaliburlipid.com excaliburlipid.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 Flottweg Separation Technology, Inc. 10700 Toebben Drive Independence, KY 41051 Robert Rhea, Sales Manager Phone (859-448-2300) sales@flottweg.net www.flottweg.com FPZ, Inc. 150 North Progress Drive Saukville, WI 53080 Jim Risselman, Sales Phone (262-268-0180) usa@fpz.com www.fpz.com Frazier, Barnes & Associates 285 German Oak Drive, Suite 103 Cordova, TN 38018 Pete Moss, President Phone (901-725-7258) fbapete@frazierbarnes.com www.frazierbarnes.com French Oil Mill Machinery Co. PO Box 920 1035 West Greene Street Piqua, OH 45356 Robert Pavlik, Oilseed Sales Engineer Phone (937-773-3420) Fax (937-773-3424) rppavlik@frenchoil.com www.frenchoil.com FRP Services & Co. (America), Inc. 535 Fifth Avenue, Suite 1008 New York, NY 10017 Desi Teja, Vice President of Sales Phone (914-374-4426) Fax (212-695-3100) desi@frpusa.com www.frpservices.com

Fuel Quality Services, Inc. PO Box 1380 Flowery Branch, GA 30542 Margaret Umoren-Clark, Customer Support & Sales Phone (770-967-9790) Fax (770-967-9982) sales@fqsinc.com www.fqsinc.com

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GEA North America 100 Fairway Court Northvale, NJ 07647 Greg Waranica, Biodiesel Market Manager Phone (201-784-4635) gregory.waranica@gea.com gea.com Global Talent Solutions PO Box 235 201 East Main Avenue, Suite 9 Frazee, MN 56544 Brian Bigger, President/Recruiter Phone (218-296-7388) brian@globaltalentsolutions.com www.globaltalentsolutions.com GlobalTech Fluids, LLC 12000 Xenia Lane Orlando, FL 32827 Oscar Domingo, Manager Phone (407-412-2186) odomingo@globaltechfluids.com www.hydralicool.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 Gorman-Rupp Company 600 South Airport Road Mansfield, OH 44903 John Hoffner, Product Manager Phone (419-755-1511) Fax (419-755-1251) grsales@gormanrupp.com www.grpumps.com Green Energy Biofuel, LLC 2110 Main Street Main Office Warrenville, SC 29851 Bio Joe Renwick, Co-Founder/ Operator/Process Engineer/Broker Phone (803-718-4727) biojoe@gebiofuel.com www.gebiofuel.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 Development 213 Seacrest Drive Wrightsville Beach, NC 28480 Robin Spinks, Principal Phone (910-509-1805) robin@greenfield.bz www.greenfield.bz Gregersen Structural Engineering 1143 West Two Moons Circle Ivins, UT 84738 Max Gregersen, Principal Structural Engineer Phone (385-232-1747) max@gsestructural.com www.gsestructural.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 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 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

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Hawk Measurement (HAWK) 5010 Gateway Drive Medina, OH 44256 Ellen Nichols, Marketing Manager Phone (888-429-5538) ellen.nichols@hawkmeasurement.com hawkmeasurement.com Hedlin Ag Enterprises PO Box 1235 Ankeny, IA 50021 Kevin Drury, Owner/President Phone (515-964-7997) kdrury@hedlinag.com www.hedlinag.com Heiden R W Associates LLC 1026 New Holland Avenue Burle Business Park Lancaster, PA 17601 Dr. Richard Heiden, Chief Science and Technology Officer Phone (717-299-6860) Fax (717-299-6868) investigator@supersleuthchemists.com www.supersleuthchemists.com HEMCO Corporation 711 South Powell Road Independence, MO 64056 Jerry Schwarz, Marketing Phone (800-779-4362) Fax (816-796-3333) info@hemcocorp.com www.hemcocorp.com Hennepin Technical College 9000 Brooklyn Boulevard Brooklyn Park, MN 55445 Dale Boyenga, Faculty of Medium/ Heavy Truck Technology Phone (763-488-2421) dale.boyenga@hennepintech.edu www.hennepintech.edu 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 HYDRASEP 400 Vaiden Drive Hernando, MS 38632 Naji Nassif, Vice President Phone (662-429-4088) nnassif@hydrasep.com www.hydrasep.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

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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 Julia Schittko, Manager of Marketing & Inside Sales Phone (910-452-7059) julia.schittko@ika.net www.ikausa.com Illinois Oil Marketing Equipment 850 Brenkman Drive Pekin, IL 61554 Mark McLaren, Bio Equipment Manager Phone (309-202-0360) mmclaren@iome.com www.iome.com Illinois Soybean Association 1605 Commerce Parkway Bloomington, IL 61704 John Lumpe, Chief Executive Officer Phone (309-663-7692) lsoy@ilsoy.org www.ilsoy.org 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 Pollution Equipment Advisor 718 North Gainsborough Avenue Royal Oak, MI 48067 Jon Carender, Business Development Phone (734-649-6711) sales@ipeadvisor.com www.ipeadvisor.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, RJ, Brazil & Optical Control System, Germany 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 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 SEE OUR AD ON PAGE 25 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 34 Intertek 5404 Bandera Road San Antonio, TX 78238 Dean Schoppe, Principal Engineer Phone (210-863-4702) dean.schoppe@intertek.com www.intertek.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

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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

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

LD Sullivan & Company, LLC 2314 Hummingbird Lane Summerville, SC 29483 Lawrence Sullivan, Principal Phone (651-269-7737) ldsul@ldsulco.com www.ldsulco.com

Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, LLP 607 14th Street Northwest, Suite 900 Washington, DC 20005 Mark Riedy, Partner-Chair-Energy & Project Finance 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

Koch Modular Process 45 Eisenhower Drive, Suite 350 Paramus, NJ 07652 Victoria Tan, Marketing Assistant Phone (877-780-8654) Fax (201-368-8989) systems@kochmodular.com kochmodular.com

Jensen Instrument Co. 643 South Duggan Avenue Azusa, CA 91702 Steve Molinari, President Phone (626-969-7991) Fax (626-969-4991) stevem@jenseninstr.com www.jenseninstr.com

Krugler Engineering Group, Inc. 125 Sparrow Circle Grass Valley, CA 95945 Arthur Krugler, President Phone (530-446-6661) krugler.group@gte.net seek-ask-knock.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

KuKK K+F, Ltd. Szigetvari u. 1 Budapest 1083 Hungary Andras Kovacs Phone (36-30-2114101) andras@kukk.hu kukk.hu

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

Kyte Centrifuge, LLC 30 Ridgefield Place Biltmore Forest, NC 28803 Dave Kyte, President Phone (832-368-2667) sales@kytecentrifuge.com www.kytecentrifuge.com

Kemin Biofuels 1900 Scott Avenue Headquarters Des Moines, IA 50317 John Phillips, Biofuels Business Manager Phone (515-975-8255) john.phillips@kemin.com www.kemin.com/biofuels

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LANXESS Liquid Purification Technologies 200 Birmingham Avenue Birmingham, NJ 08011 Firuza Mir, Head of Americas & APAC Regions Phone (609-845-1500) firuza.mir@lanxess.com lpt.lanxess.com

Leonard Associates 4739 Loyola Drive Baton Rouge, LA 70808 Charles Leonard, Certified Industrial Hygienist Phone (225-335-7457) charlie@cleonard.net cleonard.net Liberty Commodities Corporation 14702 Excelsior Boulevard #1301 Minnetonka, MN 55345 Scott Lewis, Vice President Phone (952-939-0933) scottl@libertycomcorp.com libertycomcorp.com Linde 10 Riverview Drive Danbury, CT 06810 Walter Renz, Associate Phone (203-837-2378) Fax (800-772-9985) contactus@linde.com www.linde.com Liquid Recovery Solutions 1577 East Taylor Avenue Atlanta, GA 30344 Artem Kam, Director of Strategic Partnerships Phone (786-520-5034) artem@liquidrecover.com www.liquidrecover.com LMC International 1350 Avenue of the Americas, Floor 2 New York, NY 10019 Michael Schwartz, Vice President of Sales in the Americas Phone (212-586-2427) mschwartz@lmc-ny.com www.lmc.co.uk 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

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Maas Companies, Inc. PO Box 7128 Rochester, MN 55903 Tyler Maas, Director of Sales & Marketing Phone (507-285-1444) Fax (507-285-0034) info@maascompanies.com www.maascompanies.com Mason Manufacturing PO Box 3577 1645 North Railroad Avenue Decatur, IL 62524 Mike Arrington, Sales Manager Phone (217-422-2770) mike.arrington@masonmfg.com www.masonmfg.com METTLER TOLEDO 1900 Polaris Parkway Columbus, OH 43240 Christopher Arko, AnaChem Market Manager Phone (614-841-4354) chris.arko@mt.com www.mt.com MidContinental Chemical Company, Inc. 1802 East 123rd Terrace Olathe, KS 66061 Everett Osgood, Director of Fuel Additives Phone (913-390-5556) fueladditives@mcchemical.com www.mcchemical.com Minnesota Biodiesel Council 151 Saint Andrews Court, Suite 710 Mankato, MN 56001 Mike Youngerberg, Executive Director Phone (507-388-1635) Fax (507-388-6751) myoungerberg@mnsoybean.com www.mnsoybean.org Modular Energy Solutions PO Box 2759 Santa Clara, CA 95055 Chuck 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 Adrian Fordham, President Phone (941-727-1800) info@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 Montana-Boston Partners, LLC 107 Cotter Court Missoula, MT 59803 Derek Nelson, Managing Partner Phone (406-370-7100) mtinvgrp@aol.com MTH Pumps 401 West Main Street Plano, IL 60545 Scott Carlson, Graphics & Marketing Coordinator Phone (630-552-4115) Fax (630-552-3688) sales@mthpumps.com www.mthpumps.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

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Nalco Water an Ecolab Company 1601 West Diehl Road Napeville, IL 60563 Carol Hudson, Sr. Marketing Manager Phone (331-237-2114) cbhudson@ecolab.com www.ecolab.com/nalco-water National Biodiesel Board PO Box 104898 Jefferson City, MO 65110 Kaleb Little, Director of Communications Phone (800-841-5849) info@biodiesel.org www.nbb.org 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 225 South Sixth Street Minneapolis, MN 55401 Terrence Nayes, Owner/Engineer Phone (952-239-5377) nayest2@asme.org www.nayesassociates.com

Oxidizers, Inc. 1731 Pomona Road Corona, CA 92880 Keith Lambert, President Phone (847-989-4740) keith@oxidizers.net www.oxidizers.net

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

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Ocean Park 5200 West Century Boulevard Suite 420 Los Angeles, CA 90045 Bruce Comer, Managing Director Phone (310-670-2721) Fax (310-670-4107) bruce@oceanpk.com www.oceanpk.com Oil-Dri Corporation of America 12006 Landwood Drive Fishers, IN 46037 Bruce Patsey, Vice-President & General Manager Phone (312-706-3301) Fax (312-321-9525) bruce.patsey@oildri.com www.oildri.com SEE OUR AD ON PAGE 8 OU Kosher Certification Agency Orthodox Union 11 Broadway New York, NY 10004 Phyllis Koegel, Marketing Director Phone (212-613-8237) koegelp@ou.org www.oukosher.org 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@outotec.com www.outotec.com/energy

Pacific Biodiesel 40 Hobron Avenue Kahului, HI 96732 Jenna Long, Director of Operations Phone (808-877-3144) jenna@biodiesel.com www.biodiesel.com Pall Corporation 1750 Filter Drive Deland, FL 32724 Dante Montgomery, Portfolio Manager Phone (321-200-7253) dante_montgomery@pall.com pall.com Paratherm-Heat Transfer Fluids 2009 Renaissance Boulevard King of Prussia, PA 19406 Dyron Liverman, Oil & Gas and Chemical Sales Engineer Phone (713-213-7409) Fax (610-941-4900) dliverman@paratherm.com paratherm.com SEE OUR AD ON PAGE 17 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 Permanente Corporation 1999 Avenue of the Stars, Suite 1100 Los Angeles, CA 90067 Marc Seidner, President Phone (310-569-6500) marc@permanentecorp.com permanente.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

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 3212 Union Road Cheektowaga, NY 14227 Sarah Jamal, Executive Administrator Phone (877-266-0994) contact-usa@planet-biogas.com www.planet-biogas-usa.com 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 Premium Plant Services, Inc. 1336 East 31st Street Hibbing, MN 55746 Melisa Schinderle, Corporate Services Manager Phone (218-263-4444) melisa@premiumplantservices.com www.premiumplantservices.com PriMedia, Inc. 401 Franklin Avenue, Suite 310 Garden City, NY 11530 Richard Rutigliano, President Phone (516-222-2041) Fax (516-222-2357) rrutigliano@primediany.com primediany.com Proco Products, Inc. 2431 North Wigwam Drive Stockton, CA 95205 Rob Coffee, Vice President of Sales & Marketing Phone (209-943-6088) Fax (209-943-0242) robc@procoproducts.com www.procoproducts.com SEE OUR AD ON PAGE 16 Pruszko Consulting 16148 Paradise Lane Dubuque, IA 52002 Rudy Pruszko, Consultant Phone (563-582-4545) biorudy@gmail.com www.pruszkoconsulting.com

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R W Heiden Associates, LLC 959 Skyline Drive 1026 New Holland Avenue Lancaster, PA 17601 Richard Heiden, Chief Science & Technology Officer Phone (717-299-6860) rwheidenphd@aol.com supersleuthchemists.com Reiter Scientific Consulting, LLC 599 Colonial Drive Grand Junction, CO 81507 Kristof Reiter, Owner Phone (888-428-5617) kristof@reiterscientific.com reiterscientific.com Reiter Software, LLC 599 Colonial Drive Grand Junction, CO 81507 Kristof Reiter, Owner Phone (888-428-5617) kristof@reitersoftware.com reitersoftware.com Reiter Trading, LLC 599 Colonial Drive Grand Junction, CO 81507 Kristof Reiter, Owner Phone (888-428-5617) kristof@reitertrading.com reitertrading.com Render Magazine PO Box 856 Collinsville, OK 74021 Tina Caparella, Editor/Publisher Phone (530-306-6792) editors@rendermagazine.com rendermagazine.com Renewable Energy Institute 31190 Calle Cyuga Cathedral City, CA 92234 Monte 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

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RINAlliance 10430 New York Avenue, Suite F Urbandale, IA 50322 Reo Menning, President & CEO Phone (515-224-7513) info@rinalliance.com www.rinalliance.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 Ross HX 2908 Cincinnati Dayton Road Middletown, OH 45044 Rick Ross, Owner/President Phone (513-217-7355) ross@rosshx.com rosshx.com

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S-O-S, Inc. PO Box 7282 Duluth, MN 55807 Jim Carter, President Phone (218-391-7533) jim@sosleakrepair.com www.sosleakrepair.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. 784 Chimney Rock Road, Suite G Martinsville, NJ 08836 Brian Savage, Project Manager Phone (732-764-7270) brians@savageassociatesinc.com savageassociatesinc.com SEE OUR AD ON PAGE 24 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 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 SearchPath of Chicago, Inc. 521 Devonshire Lane, Suite D Crystal Lake, IL 60014 Chris Hillman, President Phone (815-261-4403) chillman@searchpath.com searchpathofchicago.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 Solutions 4 Manufacturing 1627 Baldwin Road Jacksonville, IL 62650 Tripp Fezler, President Phone (217-245-2919) Fax (775-361-0279) tripp@solutions4mfg.com www.solutions4mfg.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 Sonics & Materials, Inc. 53 Church Hill Road Newtown, CT 06470 Lois Baiad, Marketing Communications Phone (203-270-4600) Fax (203-270-4610) info@sonics.com www.sonics.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 04730 Thomas Bloomer, Director of Marketing Phone (201-642-3000) tom.bloomer@ametek.com www.spectro.com Springboard Biodiesel, LLC 2323 Park Avenue Chico, CA 95928 Matt 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 Stanion Wholesale Electric Co., Inc. 350 South Tracy Wichita, KS 67209 Mike Hollar, Process Control Specialist Phone (316-264-8414) mhollar@stanion.com www.stanion.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 Sunho Biodiesel Corporation 10F-6, 380, Linsen North Road Taipei 104 Taiwan Felicia Boendadjaja, Technical Assistant Phone (886-225642720) info@sunhobiodiesel.com 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 Strategies, Inc. 4803 Marymead Drive Fairfax, VA 22030 Jill Hamilton, President Phone (703-322-4484) jhamilton@sesi-online.com www.sesi-online.com

The BioCubeâ&#x201E;˘ Corporation, Ltd. PO Box 567 Ashmore City, QLD 4214 Australia Laurence Baum, Managing Director Phone (61-400-681-283) info@biocubeco.com biocubeco.com

SVF Flow Controls 5595 Fresca Drive La Palma, CA 90623 Dan Steinbacher, Marketing Phone (714-676-2662) publications@svf.net www.svf.net

The Jacobsen 885 Arapahoe Avenue Boulder, CO 80302 George Morris, Director of Sales & Marketing Phone (303-775-4213) george@thejacobsen.com thejacobsen.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

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T-Haul Tank Lines 2446 East Livingston Street Springfield, MO 65803 Dave Samford, Vice President of National Accounts Phone (417-893-3690) dave.samford@t-haul.com thaultanklines.com Tara Industries, LLC 27701 Hackberry Drive Sedalia, MO 65301 Joseph Fischer, Managing Member Phone (660-620-6912) jfischer@taraindustriesus.com taraindustriesus.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 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

The ProExporter Network 114 South Main Street Chelsea, MI 48118 Ryan Ruikka, Biofuels Energy Analyst Phone (734-330-1961) ryan@prxgeo.com www.proexporter.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 Thermal Process Development 5665 Atlanta Hwy, Suite 102B-225 Alpharetta, GA 30004 Todd Fahring, Sales Phone (770-910-4232) tfahring@thermalpd.com thermalpd.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 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) Fax (248-786-5001) sales@tks-america.com www.tksindustrial.com

TRC Environmental Corporation 7521 Brush Hill Road Burr Ridge, IL 60527 Daniel Grabowski, Project Director Phone (312-533-2024) Fax (312-533-2070) dgrabowski@trccompanies.com www.trccompanies.com

TMC Fluid Systems, Inc. 13217 Jamboree Road, Suite 482 Tustin, CA 92782 Sam Mian, Director Phone (949-269-1472) Fax (949-423-0159) marketing@tmcfluidsystems.com tmcfluidsystems.com

Trident Automation, Inc. 1001 West Kennedy Avenue Kimberly, WI 54136 Jason Hurst, CEO Phone (920-759-7477) info@tridentautomation.com www.tridentautomation.com

TN Soybean Promotion Council 100 Executive Drive Jackson, TN 38305 Parks Wells, Executive Director Phone (731-234-1697) pwells@tnsoybeans.org www.tnsoybeans.org Todd & Sargent, Inc. 2905 Southeast Fifth Street Ames, IA 50010 Scott Sylvester, Director of Business Development Phone (515-956-4805) ssylvester@tsargent.com tasargent.com TOLSA C/Nunez de Balboa 51, 1 Madrid 28001 Spain Marta Fuentes, Product & Market Manager Phone (0034-091-322-01-00) mkt.industrial@tolsa.com www.tolsa.com Tower Performance of Texas, Inc. 8031 Airport Boulevard, Suite 100 Houston, TX 77061 Jalene Fritz, Parts Manager Phone (970-583-8637) jfritz@tpitx.com www.coolingtowercomponents.com Tower Performance, Inc. 8031 Airport Boulevard, Suite 100 Houston, TX 77061 Jalene Fritz, Parts Manager Phone (970-593-8637) Fax (970-472-1304) jfritz@tpitx.com www.coolingtowercomponents.com

Trihydro Corporation 1252 Commerce Drive Laramie, WY 82070 John Schneider, Senior Consultant Phone (970-302-7061) Fax (307-745-7474) jschneider@trihydro.com www.trihydro.com Tristar FLC, Inc. PO Box 424 (9600 Kaiser Way, Fontana, CA 92335) Vancouver, WA 98666 Barry Love, President Phone (909-823-3000) Fax (360-823-3080) barry@tristarpnw.com www.tristarpnw.com Turner EnviroLogic 1140 Southwest 34th Avenue Deerfield Beach, FL 33442 Tom Turner, President Phone (954-422-9787) Fax (818-561-3515) tom.turner@tenviro.com tenviro.com Twin Cities Clean Cities Coalition 490 Concordia Avenue St. Paul, MN 55103 Lisa Thurstin, Senior Manager Phone (651-223-9568) lisa.thurstin@lung.org www.cleanairchoice.org

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WWS Trading 4032 Shoreline Drive #2 Spring Park, MN 55384 Mark Napier, Senior Trader Phone (952-548-9300) mark@wwstrading.com www.wwstrading.com Wyoming Analytical Labs 1660 Harrison Street Laramie, WY 82070 Jane Thomas, President Phone (307-742-7995) jthomas@wal-lab.com wal-lab.com

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