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​A new document has been uploaded that has frequently-asked-questions peratining to tax-related questions.  You can find this in the "Other" section of the documents section.

Posted on 6/8/2016

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POET responds to EPA Renewable Volume Obligation announcement

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Posted on 11/23/2016

Palace City Profile: Life is POETry for the Waugh family | The Daily Republic

"Growing up in Blair, Nebraska, Nick Waugh never thought much about the local manufacturing plant. "It was an enormous facility in town, but I didn't know what happened there," he recalls."

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Posted on 10/18/2016

Six POET plants installing Combined Heat and Power processes

Posted on 10/10/2016

India will soon be zero petroleum import country: Gadkari | Moneycontrol.com

"With the Centre focusing more on developing alternative fuel economy, India will soon stop importing petroleum products, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari said today."

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Posted on 9/7/2016

POET /DSM Continues Local Cover Crop Research | Emmetsburg News

"The technology of cellulosic ethanol production is based in great part on the quantity of cellulosic material available for plants that utilize the technology, such as POET/DSM's Project Liberty plant in Emmetsburg. Since the inception of Project Liberty, area producers who have been harvesting their corn residue each Fall have worked on the basis of taking just 25 percent of the corn stover, ie: stalks, husks and cobs, from the field after the harvest, usually in one-pass baling."

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Posted on 9/1/2016

Food Price Deflation Cheers Consumers, Hurts Farmers, Grocers and Restaurants | WSJ

"The U.S. is on track this year to post the longest stretch of falling food prices in more than 50 years, a streak that is cheering shoppers at the checkout line but putting a financial strain on farmers and grocery stores."

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Posted on 8/30/2016

Mexico allows for use of ethanol in nation's fuel supply | Farm Futures

"The Energy Regulatory Commission of Mexico (CRE) published their recently-passed fuel regulation (NOM-016-CRE-2016) in the Mexican federal register on Monday, allowing for the blending and sale of up to 5.8% ethanol in the nation’s fuel supply outside of the three major metropolitan areas of Mexico City, Guadalajara and Monterrey."

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Posted on 8/30/2016

Abengoa Sells U.S. Ethanol Plants for $357 Million | WSJ

"Spanish renewable energy firm Abengoa SA has sold five of its Midwestern U.S. ethanol plants for $357 million as the company looks to stave off what would be Spain’s largest-ever corporate bankruptcy."

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Posted on 8/23/2016

After the lightning strikes: The Bioeconomy’s effort to learn from fire | Biofuels Digest

"Lightning strikes often in the Advanced Bioeconomy. The Magic catalyst, the miracle microbe, the super strain, the wonder feedstock, the peerless process. But it’s after the lightning strikes that we begin what former BP Biofuels chief Phil New called “the hard yards of commercialization” and learn not only what is exciting, but what is needed."

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Posted on 8/23/2016

There is an E15 consumer disconnect | Ethanol Producer Magazine

"Almost weekly, another announcement is made about a retail location offering E15. The rollouts, large and small, are indicators E15 is gaining steam and, in late July, HWRT Oil Co. announced it will offer pre-blended E15 at four of its terminals in mid-September, with plans to add 17 more terminals in seven states. Getting E15 available at the terminal level is a big step. While these are signs E15 momentum is building, the story told by executives at two major convenience chains illustrates the challenge ahead still is significant. For one, E15 has a brand problem, one that’s shared by E10—consumers don’t know what it is. "

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Posted on 8/17/2016