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July 8-11, 2019
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July 8 - 11, 2019 | Des Moines, Iowa
The U.S. dry mill ethanol industry is rapidly maturing, and, as in the petroleum and wet mill industries, additional value streams are being developed to create product diversity and revenue stability. New fractionation technologies are rolling out today that increase both the number of products from and the over-all revenue for ethanol plants. These value streams from dry mills--for example high protein feed-- are making ethanol more economically attractive as a building block for other chemicals. Fractionation not only creates additional product streams, but it improves the efficiency of fermentation, so plants that adopt these technologies will have more and less expensive ethanol. High quality, inexpensive, abundant and consistently produced ethanol will open entirely new markets, both as fuels and chemicals. This session will discuss several technologies under development that take advantage of the opportunities currently developing in the industry.