Thursday, January 24, 2013

Heron Lake Sale

Lots of names that are familiar in this story . . .

The deal requires the approval of a majority of its unit holders, but a regulatory filing says it already has the approval of Heron Lake's largest stakeholder, Project Viking, a partnership owned by Ron Fagen, CEO of ethanol and renewable energy contractor Fagen Inc., and his spouse, Diane Fagen, who also is an executive with the Granite Falls, Minn., company. They control nearly 45 percent of the outstanding partnership units.

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105 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thought i was smelling merger(s)

Slashnuts said...

Method Of Blending Fuel Patent

In my opinion, the new fuel blending patent breaks the monopoly that big oil has on tax credits for blending alternative fuels. Instead of big oil keeping the credit, gas stations can get it by using GERS' method patent. This would encourage use of alternatives and pass more of the savings to consumers instead of adding to the profits of big oil.

Here's some good information directly related to the new GERS' patent.
http://www.byoethanol.com

http://greenshift-gers.blogspot.com/2013/01/method-of-blending-fuels-and-related.html

A key claim of the new fuel blending patent is to match the temperatures of the fuel. Not too long ago, Valero and many other big oil companies were sued for selling hot fuel. Valero was pocketing tens of millions of dollars gained by differences in fuel temperature.

"At every other phase of the distribution process, there's temperature compensation, except at the retail level," says Norita Taylor, spokeswoman for the Kansas City-based Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association. "Why not at retail?"

At The Pump

"Consumer Watchdog's Dugan says she has not seen the Valero, Casey's and Walmart settlement agreements, but adds that they most likely involve replacing old fuel pumps with new ones that can electronically compensate for temperature fluctuations."

http://www.consumerwatchdog.org/story/valero-confirms-settlement-reached-hot-fuel-lawsuit

Give consumers a choice instead of big oil doing the blending and keeping the credit. Sales of ethanol will increase as consumers realize they get better MPG's with mid level blends.

Blending at the retail station will reduce costs in many ways. The new tax package congress just passed pays up to $30,000 for the blending equipment conversion.

Matching the temperatures of the fuels to be blended ensures consumers get what they pay for. It will increase demand for biofuels and decrease the price at the pump.

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Slashnuts said...

Corn Oil, Biodiesel, Blender Patents All In One

Biodiesel production at the ethanol plants.

I would like to see GPRE install GERS' patented biodiesel production upgrade. It just makes "cents".

When the oil is extracted it's pumped into storage tanks at the ethanol plant. From there, the oil is loaded into a semi or rail car. When it gets to the biodiesel plant, it's pumped back into another storage tank and then pumped into the biodiesel reaction system. The finished product is pumped into a storage tank at the biodiesel plant. Then it's loaded back into another semi or rail car. The biodiesel is then pumped into yet another storage tank at a blending facility. From there, the biodiesel is mixed with diesel and pumped back into a semi or rail car. Finally, the mixed fuel is pumped into the underground tanks at gas stations until it's pumped into vehicles. This is ridiculous.

My question is, why?

With the ability to produce biodiesel at the ethanol plant, much of this could be eliminated and the savings would be huge. The extracted oil should be directly turned into biodiesel at the ethanol plant and then taken straight to the storage tanks at the gas stations. From there, biodiesel in it's pure form, should be blended with the new GERS' fuel blending method patent. This, I believe, is GERS' strategy. This would cut out the middle man, save consumers a lot of money, and encourage higher blends of biofuels.

In GPRE's case, they have the blendstar asset. GPRE could save a lot of money by producing biodiesel at their plants. With the blendstar asset, GPRE would get the $1 per gallon credit instead of passing it on to the middle man or big oil.

http://www.gpreinc.com/BlendStar
This may be the big news GERS has been working on.

Event driven systems integration of systems other than corn oil extraction technologies.

There's no need to transfer the corn oil/biodiesel over and over. If GPRE produced biodiesel and blended it themselves, they could capture the full value of the supply chain as well as the $1 per gallon credit. In addition, GPRE would have another product to sell, glycerin, the byproduct of biodiesel production. Also, GPRE's algae oil production is ramping up. Another good reason for them to have the ability to produce biodiesel.

GPRE could gain as much as $20 million in biodiesel tax credits not including algae oil.
This would likely pay for the equipment upgrade at their plants.
Could this by what GPRE is about to do? They did just raise $100 million from the deal with The Andersons.

The numbers are compelling. The profit potential is phenomenal.

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Pennies 2 Papers said...

How low can you go GERS -----___↑ to jump high again.
In volume that is....????

People want to get in or rebuy at low price because we are American even if you are not we like to buy at low price to get more for the bang especially when it is going to be a big bang.

Some May wait to get close to the 52 week low (.007) but we know it will not go that low again

When more weekend traders and brokers will start searching and sorting out over for high volume stock @ low cost.

This may buzz a few more bites on Monday will giving people more time to reach and find this blog and see that this company GERS will grow

Anonymous said...

"We're set on ethanol as the product and distillers grains as the byproduct, but that could shift," said Dennis Conley, who is director of UNL's graduate program in agribusiness. "Distillers may become the product and ethanol the byproduct. (Plant owners and managers) are figuring out ways to make money."

http://www.midwestproducer.com/news/markets/economist-distillers-grains-could-replace-ethanol-as-main-product/article_1332f87c-6740-11e2-8969-0019bb2963f4.html


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Anonymous said...

GO GERS !!

Anonymous said...

The way this industry, law suit, and markets are going, I believe I will wait for $0.01 to buy into this stock. It just does not have meat. And as one gentleman mentioned, GERS may have made more money, but they just gave it to Kevin Kreisler and Ed Carroll in the form of a raise of over $200,000. If this is true, I only suggest they gave raises or money to the rest of the clan in their employment and not even a shareholder letter to those of us who have supported this company. I suppose when two people own 80 percent of the stock and the rest are playing with 20%, those two people may direct the dollars wherever they decide. So far that has not been the shareholders. The inventor get their money from commisiions and royalties. The shareholders get there return fromprofits being shared. However, until common shareholders own more than 50 percent of this stock, they will never have a vote or a share of the profits.

In my opinion.

I agree, you better be way-way long on this one if you expect to make money. Or do as the others are doing; buy and sell on the peaks and valleys to make a short profit.

All is yours to do with however you see fit to gain or lose.

Anonymous said...

You make good sense, i will wait as well.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous, I also agrree. I am on hold and selling a few.

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Anonymous said...

"just gave it to Kevin Kreisler and Ed Carroll in the form of a raise of over $200,000"

When you lie at least give a fake reference so others can check it out and see that it is a lie. No worry only about 1% will actually check out a reference, so this kind of BS will still work with the vast majority of lemmings.

I know from what others have said you just got a raise from ICM and can now sniff DVG's butt twice a day instead of just once.

Just saying.

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Area ethanol plants bubbling over [American News, Aberdeen, S.D.]
By Jeff Natalie-Lees, American News, Aberdeen, S.D.McClatchy-Tribune Information Services
Jan. 27--While ethanol plants in other parts of the country are cutting production or shutting down because of a down market, local plants are pushing production to their limits.
It is not that the strategy is producing big profits, but it is allowing plants to minimize losses, said Thomas Hitchcock, CEO of Redfield Energy, and Jim Seurer , CEO of Glacial Lakes Energy.
"We are producing more than our nameplate capacity," said Hitchcock. "We have got the pedal to the metal."
The Glacial Lakes Ethanol plants in Mina and Watertown are operating at about 20 percent above capacity, said Seurer.

Anonymous said...

he Mina and Watertown plants have a combined nameplate (rated or installed) capacity of 200 million gallons a year, but are producing 240 million gallons a year, he said.
The increased production locally is in contrast to national trends. High corn prices, which peaked at $8.50 a bushel in August during the drought and continue to average more than $7 a bushel, have decreased ethanol profitability.
Last week two Abengoa Bioenergy ethanol plants, one in York, Neb., and one in Ravenna, Neb., were temporarily shut down, rather than continue to lose money. At least three other Nebraska ethanol plants shut down months ago, according to the Lincoln (Neb.) Journalstar.com.
Poet announced on Friday that it was temporarily suspending plant operations at its Macon, Mo., plant effective Feb. 1, primarily because of a lack of local corn.
The Poet plant in Groton will continue to make ethanol as usual, said Matt Merritt, public relations manager.
"There are no plans to shut down Groton or any other Poet plant," he said. "The issue in Macon was corn availability. That area was hit hard by the drought, and we were not able to bring in corn from the outside at a competitive price."

Anonymous said...

It is not known how much ethanol the Groton plant is producing because Poet does not reveal production numbers.
Nationwide the plants shutting down or cutting production are mostly in areas where the drought was most severe, Seurer said. This part of the country is in better shape, he said.
Ethanol plants make money on the margin between the cost of corn and the wholesale price of ethanol. For much of the past year, the corn price has been high and the ethanol price low.
Glacial Lakes Energy lost money for most of 2012, Seurer said. After a solid early start, the cooperative has lost about $2 million in the last nine months.
The company has enough in reserve to handle the losses, he said.
Redfield Energy also lost money during 2012, said Thomas Hitchcock, CEO.
"In only one month did we have a profit," he said. "Right now, we are at the point where the margin is such that we are making some cash. But we don't have a positive net for the bottom line. After taking out depreciation, we show a loss."
Glacial Lakes has considered reducing production or a temporary shutdown, but has decided it is better for it to ride out the downturn by operating its plant more efficiently, said Seurer. In addition to adjusting its production process to make more ethanol, the plant installed corn oil extracting equipment in October, Seurer said. That adds a revenue stream.
Dried distillers grain, a high-protein livestock feed produced from the corn, has also been a bright spot for the cooperative, he said. Distillers grain prices are strong, especially during the winter, he said.
Glacial Lakes also added to its cash flow this month by selling property near Vermillion, which was going to be used for another ethanol plant, Seurer said. The cooperative had purchased the 350 acres in 2007, but had not begun construction because of a nationwide downturn in the ethanol market in 2008.
Redfield Energy added corn oil extraction equipment in January. It is also benefiting from a strong distillers grain market, said Hitchcock.

Anonymous said...

It is not known how much ethanol the Groton plant is producing because Poet does not reveal production numbers.
Nationwide the plants shutting down or cutting production are mostly in areas where the drought was most severe, Seurer said. This part of the country is in better shape, he said.
Ethanol plants make money on the margin between the cost of corn and the wholesale price of ethanol. For much of the past year, the corn price has been high and the ethanol price low.
Glacial Lakes Energy lost money for most of 2012, Seurer said. After a solid early start, the cooperative has lost about $2 million in the last nine months.
The company has enough in reserve to handle the losses, he said.
Redfield Energy also lost money during 2012, said Thomas Hitchcock, CEO.
"In only one month did we have a profit," he said. "Right now, we are at the point where the margin is such that we are making some cash. But we don't have a positive net for the bottom line. After taking out depreciation, we show a loss."
Glacial Lakes has considered reducing production or a temporary shutdown, but has decided it is better for it to ride out the downturn by operating its plant more efficiently, said Seurer. In addition to adjusting its production process to make more ethanol, the plant installed corn oil extracting equipment in October, Seurer said. That adds a revenue stream.
Dried distillers grain, a high-protein livestock feed produced from the corn, has also been a bright spot for the cooperative, he said. Distillers grain prices are strong, especially during the winter, he said.
Glacial Lakes also added to its cash flow this month by selling property near Vermillion, which was going to be used for another ethanol plant, Seurer said. The cooperative had purchased the 350 acres in 2007, but had not begun construction because of a nationwide downturn in the ethanol market in 2008.
Redfield Energy added corn oil extraction equipment in January. It is also benefiting from a strong distillers grain market, said Hitchcock.

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The shutdown of other plants in the country will help local plants. It reduces the ethanol supply, which will drive up the price of ethanol slightly, Seurer said.
"The margins for ethanol should improve a little in 2013," Hitchcock said. "The big trump card is the amount of rain we will receive. The weather is going to make a big difference. If we get rain, the corn price will ease down a bit. If it looks like another drought, then corn will go higher."
Redfield Energy had planned to convert to making isobutanol from corn, but the change-over was delayed when Gevo, the company making the conversion, announced it was refining its processes. Redfield Energy still plans to switch from ethanol to isobutanol production, but that would not happen until 2014 at the earliest, Hitchcock said.
Seurer said the ethanol industry has cycles of high profitability and times of loss.
"We are like farmers," he said. "This is not foreign to us. You have good years and bad years. You have to build up some working capital, which helps pull you through."
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Anonymous said...

Glacial Lakes has considered reducing production or a temporary shutdown, but has decided it is better for it to ride out the downturn by operating its plant more efficiently, said Seurer. In addition to adjusting its production process to make more ethanol, the plant installed corn oil extracting equipment in October, Seurer said. That adds a revenue stream.

Anonymous said...

Redfield Energy added corn oil extraction equipment in January. It is also benefiting from a strong distillers grain market, said Hitchcock.

Anonymous said...

"We are producing more than our nameplate capacity," said Hitchcock. "We have got the pedal to the metal."
The Glacial Lakes Ethanol plants in Mina and Watertown are operating at about 20 percent above capacity, said Seurer.

Anonymous said...

The Mina and Watertown plants have a combined nameplate (rated or installed) capacity of 200 million gallons a year, but are producing 240 million gallons a year, he said.

nobody12378 said...

Anybody waiting breathlessly for sub penny PPS to "load-up" better read the rationale for the last R/S 18 months ago. KK clearly stated that a major reason was the cost to GERS for shares trading below a dime. With the pace of dilution we will soon exceed 100 million shares. With a hundred million shares OS basic (and G'd knows what fully diluted) and the PPS below a penny the likelihood of another 10 - 25 R/S is very high. So, you great day traders and penny flippers, be careful what you wish for, you too could get caught in the downward suction of another R/S, no matter how smart you think you are.

Anonymous said...

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clearly stated that a major reason was the cost to GERS for shares trading below a dime

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Anonymous said...

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Slashnuts said...

Calgren Takes Over Kansas Ethanol Plant

This is great news...

It's nice to see another GERS' customer getting stronger and taking over this Kansas based ethanol plant. I'm sure ICM isn't too thrilled about this. If Pratt is to mirror the Pixely plant, it will be the 1st method II system in ICM's home state. I would like to see Calgren move forward with their plans of biodiesel production inside their ethanol plants. With method II, Calgren's plants can extract 135% more corn oil than the best system ICM has to offer. At a conversion ratio of 1:1, that's 135% more biodiesel.

http://www.kansas.com/2013/01/14/2635981/new-owner-says-pratt-ethanol-plant.html

An ethanol plant in Pratt closed since 2008 will reopen in late spring, an official with the Scoular Co. said Monday.

Omaha-based Scoular bought the shuttered 55?million-gallon-a-year ethanol plant, plus the adjacent railroad track and grain elevator, from Gateway Plant, LLC in 2011.

On Monday, Scoular announced that it had sold most of its interest in the plant to Pratt Biofuel Investors, a company newly formed by the investors behind a Pixley, Calif., ethanol plant, Calgren Renewable Fuels.

Lyle Schlyer, president of Calgren Renewable Fuels, was named president of ethanol plant, Pratt Energy.


Scoular retains full ownership of the track and elevator and a minority stake in the ethanol plant. It will procure all feedstock for the plant and market and ship the ethanol and distillers grains produced there.

Terms of the transaction were not announced.

John Heck, senior vice president with Scoular, said the plant closed in 2008.

Gateway later declared bankruptcy.

Although ethanol production in the U.S. has leveled off in the last few years, Heck said the market for ethanol isn’t bad.

“There is good demand for ethanol out of Kansas plants today,” he said. “If you look at the plants selling ethanol, they’re all busy. We think the long-term prospects for the plant are good.”

Scoular started work on the plant in the summer, but Pratt Biofuel has now taken over. Jerry Schroeder, formerly with Calgren and now with Pratt Biofuel, is managing the renovations and will become plant manager when it becomes operational.

Heck said Pratt Biofuel is looking for a few construction-related employees who might eventually become plant employees. More staff is expected to be hired closer to the plant re-opening.

Located on the Union Pacific Railroad, the plant can load 100-car trains of grain, dried distillers grains and ethanol. Scoular said the operation is part of its grain marketing network. Scoular has eight facilities in Kansas, including shuttle train loading facilities at Coolidge, Downs, Salina and Wellington. It employs more than 150 people in Kansas.

Read more here: http://www.kansas.com/2013/01/14/2635981/new-owner-says-pratt-ethanol-plant.html#storylink=cpy


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Slashnuts said...

http://www.scoular.com/news/2013/01/14/scoular-selects-partner-for-ownership-operation-of-kansas-ethanol-plant

– The Scoular Company announced today the December sale of a portion of its ownership interest in a 55-million gallon ethanol plant in Pratt, KS. Scoular sold a portion of its interest in Pratt Energy, LLC, to Pratt Biofuel Investors, LLC (PBI), which has related ownership to Calgren Renewable Fuels. Scoular remains a part owner of Pratt Energy and will continue to operate the grain facility as well as procure all feedstock and provide distillers grains marketing services for the ethanol plant. Terms of the transaction were not announced.

Calgren successfully renovated a plant nearly identical to the Pratt plant and has been operating it in Pixley, CA, since 2009. Lyle Schlyer, President of Calgren Renewable Fuels, was named President of Pratt Energy, effective as of the close of the recent transaction between Pratt Energy and PBI. Schlyer will provide general management and production expertise for the plants in both Pixley and Pratt.


PBI will take the lead in renovating the Pratt plant with completion expected in the spring of 2013. Jerry Schroeder, formerly with Calgren and now with PBI, is on site to manage the plant renovations and will become manager of the plant when it is operational. Heck said PBI initially will be looking for a few construction-related employees who might eventually transition to operators. He further noted that information about additional employment opportunities will be made available as soon as a start-up date is finalized.

nobody12378 said...

You checked nothing!-- There is not enough intelligence on this board to find the way out of a snowstorm:


"The Board of Directors approved the amendment primarily in order to comply with GreenShift’s agreements with its senior creditor, YA Global Investments, L.P. (“YA Global”). The convertible debt instruments held by YA Global require that GreenShift maintain a sufficient number of shares of authorized common stock to enable conversion of the convertible debt issued by GreenShift to YA Global. The Board of Directors anticipates that in the near future GreenShift will have no shares available for issuance upon conversion and will therefore be in default of those debt instruments. Although GreenShift’s ambition is to satisfy its debt to YA Global in cash deriving from operating activities or one or more potential future financing transactions, it is necessary that the potential for default be eliminated. In addition, until we are able to fully pay off our remaining debt, our lenders will continue to have the right to receive payment upon demand in the form of common stock at a discount to its market price. Since the market price of our stock in recent months has been about equal to its par value and since we are not permitted to issue common stock for consideration less than par value under Delaware law, we are forced to incur costly penalties at the time of each issuance of shares to our lenders. The magnitude of these penalties is likely to increase in direct proportion to the amount of debt paid in stock. These costs can be expected to interfere with our ability to achieve consistent profitability. A reverse split would allow the Company to avoid these costs and the potential future debt default."

Is their enough intelligence to even read without moving the lips?

Do you anything about the 10 cent threshold?

Anonymous said...

I know what your trying to say but that's not the way it reads. It's a cost for shares below par an not 10 cents. Try reading it again.

Leibert

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nobody12378 said...

It is not just par read more about the surcharge that DTCC has placed on some sub 10 cent stocks, and why some houses refuse to accept orders for them.

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Anonymous said...

Stick with me an don't change the subject. We're talking about costs gers gets if stocks below par an not 10 cents. Your going down a different road about higher costs to investors at some brokers.

Leibert

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Anonymous said...

DW invented the blender pump- Awesome! Now we can sue Gilbarco and Dresser! We'll get royalties from every gas station where they're installed! We're rich!

http://www.harvestpublicmedia.org/article/blender-pumps-may-be-coming-gas-station-near-you

http://www.byoethanol.com/equipment-matters/pumps.html

(Anybody that believes that patent is defensible is a cretin.)

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Biodiesel Blending Favored Over Brazilian Ethanol

An additional 4.18 billion pounds of biodiesel feedstock needed for 2013.

“The price relationships at the U.S. Gulf on Jan. 10 favored biodiesel blending over the blending of Brazilian ethanol, even without consideration of the opportunity cost of Brazilian ethanol,” write Good and Irwin. “That cost added substantially to the advantage of biodiesel.”

Pertaining to location, they note the advantage of biodiesel over Brazilian ethanol at Chicago, for instance, would be further enhanced by the cost of shipping Brazilian ethanol to Chicago.

After the more complete analysis of blend economics, Good and Irwin conclude the data suggests an economic advantage to U.S. biodiesel over Brazilian ethanol in meeting the advanced biofuel requirements of RFS2.

"The biodiesel advantage is large and a dramatic change from our analysis last week. It also has potentially far-reaching implications for both U.S. corn and domestic fats and oils consumption in 2013. For example, if Brazilian ethanol imports in 2013 are close to zero, rather than the 830 million gallons we forecast earlier, an additional 300 million bushels of US. corn could be consumed for ethanol and byproduct production. Similarly, if the entire RFS for advanced biofuels is met with biodiesel, biodiesel production would reach 1.83 billion gallons in 2013 (2.75 billion gallon RFS divided by 1.5) rather than the minimum of 1.28 gallons announced by the EPA for 2013. The additional 0.55 billion gallons would require an additional 4.18 billion pounds of biodiesel feedstock in 2013."

There is certainly the potential for substantial pressure on both corn and soybean oil supplies in 2013 given the new incentives for biodiesel production over Brazilian ethanol. This could be particularly alarming for corn given tight old crop supplies. One way of looking at the situation is to determine the increase in the price of soybean oil that is required to make biodiesel once again uncompetitive with Brazilian ethanol, which would help relieve some of the pressure on old crop corn supplies. The analysis here suggests that biodiesel prices would need to increase at least 40 cents per gallon to negate all the cost advantages of biodiesel in meeting the advanced component of the RFS. If there is complete pass through of soybean oil prices to biodiesel prices, at a conversion ratio of 7.55, this implies soybean oil prices would need to increase by at least 5 cents, or about 10% from current levels.

http://farmdocdaily.illinois.edu/2013/01/domestic-biodiesel-versus-brazilian.html

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Slashnuts said...

$1 Gallon Tax Credits, Corn Oil, Biodiesel, Blender Pumps

While use of 31 million gallons of corn oil for biodiesel production is encouraging, Winsness said the U.S. EPA projects 680 million gallons of corn oil will be needed to meet the RFS2’s biomass-based diesel targets. He mentioned the 2011 diesel requirement of 800 million gallons, next year’s 1 billion gallon mandate, and EPA’s proposed volume for 2013, 1.28 billion gallons. “We’ve got 500 million gallons to make up in 3 years,” Winsness said.

Talk of co-locating biodiesel processing units onsite of ethanol plants has been around since these oil extraction technologies emerged, but the model of selling the oil to offsite users through marketers has predominated the scene. Now Winsness says he thinks a number of ethanol companies will finally come around to processing their corn oil into biodiesel onsite.

One big reason is because, as he said, “There’s plenty of opportunity to sell 100 percent of the biodiesel locally,” unlike ethanol, which is sold, transported, blended and anonymously integrated into on-road transportation fuel supplies. With biodiesel, the combined on- and off-road local demand would soak up locally available biodiesel with ease. He said Greenshift has a pending patent application for a blender pump so ethanol producers with biodiesel manufacturing onsite could maximize sales of biodiesel locally, and with the high price of biomass-based diesel RINs and the $1 per gallon federal blenders tax credit in play, they can pass the higher blend savings to the customer locally. “The first movers have the advantage here,” he said.


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Slashnuts said...

Both GPRE/ANDE To Report Next Week...

GERS' #1 and #2 largest customers are set to report Q412's results next week, on the same day. The CC's are scheduled for Thursday, but I believe results will be released the evening before on Wednesday the 6th.

In addition to showing another profitable quarter, GPRE's results will reflect a massive gain on the sale of their grain elevator assets to ANDE.

I think the amount of oil extracted will increase from both ANDE and GPRE. We already know the price per pound of oil has increased for the quarter. The last we heard, ANDE said they were not slowing down. GPRE said something along the lines of; thanks to earnings from corn oil, there's no reason to slow down, they would actually increase production in Q4. Can't wait...

"January 30, 2013

Green Plains to Discuss Fourth Quarter and Full-Year 2012 Financial Results

http://investor.gpreinc.com/releasedetail.cfm?ReleaseID=736739

OMAHA, Neb., Jan. 30, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Green Plains Renewable Energy, Inc. (Nasdaq:GPRE) will hold a conference call to discuss its fourth quarter and full-year 2012 financial results on Thursday, February 7, 2013 at 12:00 p.m. ET. Green Plains' participants will include Todd Becker, President and Chief Executive Officer, Jerry Peters, Chief Financial Officer, and Jeff Briggs, Chief Operating Officer. Following their presentation, participants will be available for a brief question and answer session.

Green Plains Fourth Quarter and Full-Year 2012 Financial Results Conference Call

Thursday, February 7, 2013 at 12:00 p.m. ET / 11:00 a.m. CT
Call in # (Domestic) 888-471-3843
Call in # (International) 719-325-2463
"

The Andersons

Webcast
The Andersons, Inc. 2012 Fourth Quarter and Year-End Earnings Conference Call (Live)
02/07/13 at 11:00 a.m. ET
http://phx.corporate-ir.net/phoenix.zhtml?c=96043&p=irol-IRHome

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nobody12378 said...

Over the past year or so the corn oil revenue from GERS' customers has not translated into the revenue reported by GERS.

Anonymous said...

Oh great! Now you're going to try to convince everyone we've been losing money when all the Quarterly reports show we've MADE money? You can only twist the truth so far to fit your little agenda!

nobody12378 said...

Your childish cries for help are embarrassing. I never stated that we were losing money; if you could only read! My statement is absolutely correct, the revenues reported by our customers should translate into significantly more revenue than we have reported over the past year. You know this because you have defended this discrepancy loudly. Another "Petalism" that is based on emotional need and not fact. I am sorry, such cries for help based on your anguish over GERS will not chase away the PPS bogyman.

nobody12378 said...

Who wrote the classic "Deep Purple"? Are they still alive? If they are perhaps they can write the score for "Deep Red"? We can make it the GERS theme song.

nobody12378 said...

Look at the bright side, we can't do worse tomorrow. We can't lose another 25% of our value in one day -- can we?

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Anonymous said...

I guess if you cry wolf every single day, sooner or later a wolf may actually show up. Idiot actually sounds like he's gloating over a drop in pps. By the way, I understand your meaning about earnings, just don't like the way you keep trying to turn a little bit of positive news into something bad. How's that "Petalizm" for ya?

nobody12378 said...

What positive news, some old hash tags confounded by new realism?

Anonymous said...

YOU need to substantiate YOUR statement that: the 'lawyers put a lid on communication [because of the associated discovery costs] you hypocrit mother fuker.

nobody12378 said...

I never ever said that the external communication control by the attorneys was based on "discovery costs". You are hallucinating again. By the way, have you noticed how much information, that is not required by law or SEC regulation, has being released in the last year? NONE! Did you internalize that the shareholder letter last year, for the first time in many years was not released? What will you think when one is not forthcoming this year? I love it when the cadets froth at the mouth like you are -- validates my contention about about your limited intellectual capacity. Just like the vampires of old, they arise to bite when the stock plummets and vent their spleen on any target of opportunity, which I willingly make myself.

Anonymous said...

25% is wrong information. 5% is right.

Leibert

Anonymous said...

Someone bought 13 grand late.

Leibert

nobody12378 said...

Not late, that was a Form T trade. An after market Form T trade does not affect the closing price which was 0.0171 down more than 25% in a single day. Fact! Fact! Fact! That is three facts.

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On Jan. 28 Global Partners LP announced it would acquire 100 percent of the membership interests of the ethanol plant as well as an onsite rail transloading facility serviced by the BNSF Railway, 200,000 barrels of storage capacity, a deepwater marine terminal and a 1,200-foot dock. The $95 million transaction is expected to be completed by the end of the current quarter.

The Columbia Pacific Bio-Refinery was previously purchased by Cascade Kelly Holdings LLC, a subsidiary of JH Kelly Holdings LLC, one of the contractors that built the Delta-T designed plant. The former Cascade Grain Products ethanol plant was built for about $190 million and operated for about six months in 2008 before shutting down. The company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in early 2009, which was later changed to a Chapter 7 bankruptcy.

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Anonymous said...

The real fact is otc's don't trade after hour. Form t settles the books of a days trading. That's why the end of the day was down 5% not 25.

Leibert

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nobody12378 said...

You are just wrong here, give it up. This is the official summary of the day by the OTC this morning:

0.01710.0059 (25.65%)
Real-Time Best Bid & Ask
0.0171 / 0.023 (1 x 1)Why is size 1?
Previous Close 0.023 Open 0.023
Daily Range 0.023 - 0.0171 52wk Range 0.18 - 0.007
Volume 1,540,893 Dividend N/A
Average Vol (3m) 976,826 Yield N/A

Anonymous said...

Let me slow it down for the slow learner here. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vHUPWLM8o7A

Leibert

Anonymous said...

Late trades settle the books. Repeat after me otc's don't trade after hours.

Leibert

nobody12378 said...

Put aside your fetish; it did not change the official closing PPS, which was my position. A cloud of your pixie dust cannot hide the official tally, no matter how much you want it to.

Anonymous said...

It opened at 1.9, same as the late trade close. Repeat after me otc's don't trade after hours otc's don't trade after hour.

Leibert

Anonymous said...

Let me slow it down again http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vHUPWLM8o7A
Got it yet slow learner?

Leibert

Anonymous said...

Your position was it was after market trade. Hopefully you've learned by now otc's don't trade after hours. Your position was late trades don't change the pps and it opened at the same price of the late trade 1.9. If you were right which you're not it would open at your close price 1.71.

Leibert

Anonymous said...

I can tell you hate being wrong. It's ok some people are slow learners.

Leibert

nobody12378 said...

Alright we will agree that you know more than the OTC and the closing price was other than the OTC listed it. You must have some powers to be able to get the OTC to eee it your way.

Anonymous said...

The closing price isn't updated because the exchange is closed. A large late trade moved the pps north to settle the books of the day. That's why it opened at the same 1.9 of the late trade and not the 1.7 close. It's ok I'm here to teach slow learners.

Leibert

Anonymous said...

Late trades settle the books for what happened before close not after. It's not a after hours trade. It prints as after hour only because the exchanged closed showing 1.7 which pps was readjusted higher by the late trade form t. Repeat after me otc's don't trade after hours.

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