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First East-Coast Ethanol Plant Slated for North Carolina

Agri-Ethanol Products, LLC will build a $150-million ethanol plant in Beaufort County, North Carolina. The plant will produce 114 million gallons of ethanol per year.

This will be the first ethanol plant in North Carolina and the first on the East Coast of the United States.

The ethanol production will be delivered in each of two, 57-million gallon per year phases, with the co-products output doubling accordingly. Phase I ground breaking and construction start-up is expected during the first quarter of 2006. Approximately $2 million will be utilized through various grant sources from the State to facilitate rail improvements critical to the operation of the plant.

The plant will consume in excess of 20 million bushels of grain per year for each phase and can use corn or grain sorghum interchangeably. An additional crop, hull-less barley, is expected to be integrated into the operation of the facility at some date in the future, as will bio-diesel production.


George Daniels

well my question actually was that i was following the events with the ethanol bio-fuel you see i stay in a area in north-carolina where a lot of te farmers went out of business years ago but were renting most of the farmland well the people in the area still paid to have the fields plowed to stop them from growing up i was wanting some information on the bio-fuel production and wanting to grow corn myself i also have land that i plow every year an would like to make a prophit with growing corn in the neghberhood and getting the communtiy growing again please sent me some info or a website on to how to go about starting it up

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