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Recognizing Our Best Seeing an opportunity for the ethanol industry to recognize individuals who attain considerable technical success or otherwise dedicate their career to the advancement of the ethanol industry,

BBI International began its FEW awards tradition in 2000, presenting the first Award of Excellence to Raphael Katzen, the late founder of Katzen International. The following year, Dick Gadomski of Process Systems Inc. received the first Distinguished Service Award (now called the High Octane Award), and the FEW awards tradition was born. In the past 13 years, the FEW has awarded 21 industry professionals with either the Award of Excellence or the High Octane Award, the former recognizing individuals who have made significant contributions to the ethanol industry through their research or technology, and the latter recognizing a person whose passion and unstoppable pursuits have significantly benefited the ethanol industry. From 2000 to 2006, the awards were presented on an alternating basis. Starting in 2007, both awards are now presented annually. Last year’s recipients were Kevin Hicks of the USDA’s Agricultural Research Service (Award of Excellence) and Dan Schwartzkopf of ICM Inc. (High Octane Award).  ONLINE The deadline for this year's awards nomination process is May 9. Visit www.fuelethanolworkshop.com and click on Awards for more information.

STILL ANSWERING: After spending more than 30 years working in ethanol, industry consultant Larry Johnson was awarded the High Octane Award in 2012. Johnson developed a name for himself as the “Ethanol Answer Man� in the ’80s while administering an educational and marketing program in Minnesota to advance E10.

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