Ann Marie Quertermous

Ann Marie Quertermous

Missouri Entrepreneur Announced As Master Tenant For The Mexico Plant Science Center

Missouri Entrepreneur Announced As Master Tenant For The Mexico Plant Science Center

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Companies to Produce Coal-Like Energy from Corn Waste

Companies to Produce Coal-Like Energy from Corn Waste

First Posted: 7:04 pm – August 20th, 2015 By Tim Epperson Corn has long been used as a form of bioenergy, such as E-85 fuel, but there are three companies joining forces to create another corn-based energy product. Ameren Missouri, Enginuity Worldwide and ECAP LLC announced a partnership Thursday at the Missouri Electric Cooperative Building…

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Press Conference (8.19.15)

Partnership focuses on renewable fuel sources in Missouri

By Ameren Missouri, Enginuity Worldwide, ECAP LLC | August 28, 2015 ECAP LLC, in partnership with Poet Biorefining, and Northeast Missouri Grain LLC, built the 62-million-gallon-capacity Poet plant in Laddonia, Montana. ECAP LLC Ameren Missouri, Enginuity Worldwide and ECAP LLC announced a partnership that will focus on development of renewable fuel sources that may provide…

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Companies to Partner on Renewable Fuel Sources — Ameren, Enginuity and ECAP

Companies to Partner on Renewable Fuel Sources — Ameren, Enginuity and ECAP

Posted: Saturday, August 22, 2015 4:30 pm Ameren Missouri, Enginuity Worldwide and ECAP, LLC, are announcing a partnership that will focus on development of renewable fuel sources that may provide a new revenue opportunity for rural businesses and help diversify power generation fuel sources in Missouri. The partnership is a result of months of conversation…

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Clean Power Plan Or Not, Coal Needs To Get Cleaner. Can Biomass Help?

Written by: Ken Silverstein February 14, 2016 While a conservative-dominated U.S. Supreme Court had blocked implementation of the Clean Power Plan, market forces have still favored green energy and carbon reductions. But does that necessarily spell an end to coal plants? If they are able to meet the more stringent emissions’ tests, some will survive…

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With Clean Power Plan paused, EPA should consider biomass developments

Written by: Nancy Heimann February 22, 2016 While many believe the Supreme Court’s decision to stop President Obama’s Clean Power Plan was a blow to meeting carbon emission standards, a window may have opened for a new form of biomass as a cost-effective, viable option to reach sustainability goals. The Environmental Protection Agency has not…

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EPA workshop address to focus on biomass as revenue stream

EPA workshop address to focus on biomass as revenue stream

Written by: Tom Steever April 4, 2016 The head of a Midwest biomass energy company will address an EPA workshop this week on how crop residue can be a revenue stream. Nancy Heimann, the president of Missouri-based Enginuity Worldwide which processes biomass into renewable fuel that can be blended with coal, was invited to speak…

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Sorghum Awards Enginuity Grant for Livestock Feed Tech

Sorghum Awards Enginuity Grant for Livestock Feed Tech

Written by: Jamie Johansen April 7, 2016 Enginuity Worldwide, a Missouri-based biotechnology company, announced today United Sorghum Checkoff has awarded the company a $100,000 grant to expand its livestock feed technology research program. The grant will help Enginuity produce better sources of animal feed using patented rotary compression technology. “The United Sorghum Checkoff Program has…

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Enginuity founder among speakers in Washington D.C.

Enginuity founder among speakers in Washington D.C.

Written by Megan Myers April 19, 2016 Last week, Peabody Energy became the second major U.S. coal production company to file for bankruptcy so far this year. Domestic coal production statistics for last month were down 36 percent from March 2015, according to the U.S. Energy Information Association, and down four percent from the previous…

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