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Former BP Executive Joins Cilion as CEO

Cilion, a new corn ethanol company, has appointed Mark L. Noetzel—previously a Group Vice President of BP plc—as its CEO.

In 2003, Notezel was Group Vice President with responsibility for BP’s $65-billion revenue retail operations and fuels transport and wholesaling in the US, Europe and Asia.

Western Milling, California’s largest grain milling company, and Khosla Ventures formed Cilion in 2006 with the plan of operating modular, standardized 55 million gallons per year ethanol plants that intend to be cheaper and greener than standard corn-to-ethanol plants, substantially reducing the need for fossil fuels in ethanol production. (Earlier post.)


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