Nebraska Ethanol Board Meeting
Feb. 9, 2024 | Lincoln, NE
The Nebraska Ethanol Board will convene in Lincoln on Friday, Feb. 9th at 12:30 p.m. The meeting will be held at the agency headquarters located at 245 Fallbrook Blvd, Lincoln, Neb., in the lower-level hearing room 031.
Nebraska Ethanol Board meetings are open to the public. Please join us to learn about issues in the ethanol industry and to voice your comments and concerns. Learn more.
Ethanol: Emerging Issues Forum
July 31-Aug. 1, 2024 | Kearney, NE
New location in 2024! The Forum is an event for newcomers and experienced pros who want to hear about emerging markets, policy, and technology, and who want to connect with industry colleagues. We keep the programming short but impactful to ensure our producers learn a little bit about a lot of things to help them thrive and grow Nebraska’s ethanol industry. Learn more.
Environment, Health & Safety Summit
Sept. 12, 2024 | Kearney, NE
Please join the Nebraska Ethanol Board and other safety employees to hear ethanol industry professionals share their best practices for lowering compliance risk at our annual Environment, Health, and Safety Summit Sept. 12, 2024, in Kearney.
This daylong, in-person event will feature speakers from agencies and organizations across the region. This is your opportunity to network and learn about the latest regulations and compliance changes, especially as ethanol plants implement new technology and expand operations.
Who attends? EHS professionals, ethanol plant managers, as well as engineers, auditors, and inspectors involved in regulatory compliance, and industry leaders and partners who advocate to preserve and improve our world through the production of biofuels and bioproducts.
The EHS Summit, hosted by the Nebraska Ethanol Board, is a collaborative space for industry professionals to share their best practices for lowering compliance risk. Learn more.
Fuel the Cure
October 2024 | Statewide
Fuel the Cure educates Nebraskans about healthier fuel options for everyone. It brings together fuel retailers, ethanol producers, and the community to raise money for cancer research. In doing so, we’ve learned more about the link to cancer and aromatic exposure from chemicals in gasoline. Learn more.