Growth Energy announces White Energy as newest member

Growth Energy is proud to welcome its newest member, White Energy. One of the nation’s largest ethanol producers, White Energy operates three state-of-the-art ethanol production facilities with the capacity to produce more than 300 million gallons of renewable biofuels a year. It distributes fuel to the world’s leading oil companies both domestically and abroad. “White Energy is a true leader in…

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Hereford plant celebrates 10th anniversary

White Energy’s ethanol processing plant in Hereford, Texas is celebrating its 10th anniversary this month. The plant, designed by ICM and built by Fagen, has produced more than one billion gallons of ethanol since it began operations in January 2008. “What a milestone! This plant consistently meets and exceeds our production targets and we’ve recently…

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White Energy appoints Steenhard as Chief Financial Officer

White Energy, one of the nation’s leading producers of biofuels, animal feed and food ingredients, has appointed Brian Steenhard as Chief Financial Officer. He joins an executive team led by CEO Greg Thompson, who joined White Energy in September. “Brian will be a tremendous asset to White Energy. He has a strong track record of…

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White Energy appoints new President & Chief Executive Officer

Greg Thompson to lead renewable fuels company that ranks among nation’s best White Energy, one of the nation’s leading producers of biofuels, animal feed and food ingredients, has appointed Greg Thompson as President and Chief Executive Officer. Thompson, 44, was one of the original founders of Verdesian Life Sciences,  a North Carolina-based agricultural technology company…

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Hereford plant increases permitted production capacity

White Energy, one of the nation’s leading producers of biofuels, animal feed and food ingredients, announced that its Hereford, Texas plant now has a permitted production capacity of 130 million gallons of ethanol per year. The plant, designed by ICM and built by Fagen, had a nameplate capacity of 100 million gallons per year when…

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