Nebraska Ethanol Board Sept. 1 Board Meeting To Be Held In Lincoln

Fluid Quip Technologies will be the featured speaker for the upcoming Nebraska Ethanol Board meeting, Wednesday, Sept. 1. Maximized Stillage Co-products™ (MSC) extracts protein from the whole stillage that remains after ethanol processing and makes a 50 percent protein feed for pets, fish, dairy cows, poultry and swine. Multiple ethanol plants across the Midwest already use this technology. Presenters will discuss MSC success in the market, how the technology can diversify a plant’s revenue stream, and will highlight best practices for selecting technology additions to the base biofuel plant. 

Nebraska Ethanol Board will host its meeting in Lincoln at 9 a.m. at Hyatt Place (600 Q Street). The agenda is as follows:

  1. Call Meeting to Order
  2. Approval of Agenda
  3. Approval of June 9, 2021, Board Meeting Minutes
  4. Public Opportunity for Questions, Comments or Concerns
  5. Husker Motorsports presentation
  6. Budget Report
  7. Fuel Retailer Update
  8. Nebraska Corn Board Update
  9. E30 Demonstration Update
  10. Approval of Contracts
  11. Marketing Programs
  12. Dues & Memberships
  13. Funding Requests
  14. Renewable Fuels Nebraska Update
  15. NEB-hosted Conferences & Events
  16. Working Lunch
  17. Fluid Quip Technologies presentation
  18. State and Federal Legislation
  19. Ethanol Plant Reports
  20. Chair’s Report
  21. Administrator’s Report
  22. Travel Reports and Authorization
  23. Personnel
  24. Executive Session, if deemed necessary
  25. Next Meeting Date
  26. Adjourn

This agenda contains all items to come before the Board except those items of an emergency nature.

Nebraska Ethanol Board meetings are open to the public and also published on the public calendar.

The Nebraska Ethanol Board works to ensure strong public policy and consumer support for biofuels. Since 1971, the independent state agency has designed and managed programs to expand production, market access, worker safety and technology innovation, including recruitment of producers interested in developing conventional ethanol, as well as bio-products from the ethanol platform. For more information, visit www.ethanol.nebraska.gov.