Syngenta secures 30 ethanol plants for Enogen corn

· June 14, 2018

Syngenta recently announced it has agreements in place with more than 30 ethanol plants with its  Enogen corn enzyme technology. The combined production capacity is approximately 3 billion gallons and as new plants come on board, Syngenta expects ethanol produced with Enogen to be 2.5 billion gallons during 2018 alone. Enogen corn is an in-seed […]

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Ethanol finds value in Syngenta’s Cellerate process on corn

· April 26, 2018

Syngenta’s Cellerate process technology is offering ethanol producers the opportunity to access new markets and increase ROI potential for co-products. “Over the last decade, existing dry grind ethanol plants have strived to extract value out of the corn kernel through maximizing production and capture of ethanol, carbon dioxide, dried distillers grains (DDG), and oil,” said […]

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Syngenta: Corn kernel fiber essential for cellulosic ethanol

· April 11, 2017

According to Miloud Araba, head of Enogen technical services at Syngenta, cellulosic innovation could enable dry grind ethanol producers to capitalize on steadily increasing Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) volume requirements for cellulosic biofuels, which are up 35 percent for 2017. Araba discussed opportunities for cellulosic ethanol at the 2017 National Ethanol Conference. “Approximately 10 percent […]

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