This state-of-the-art ethanol production facility has a permitted production capacity of 130 million gallons a year. Strategic capital investments have enabled the plant to increase production by 18 percent over the past five years.
This modern ethanol production facility is White Energy’s newest plant. Since beginning operations in 2008, the Plainview plant has consistently increased production beyond its nameplate capacity. Capital investments have further reduced bottlenecks and enabled the plant to achieve continued production increases.
This was the first new ethanol plant in the nation designed and built by ICM and Fagen. Since beginning operations in 2001, the plant has nearly doubled its nameplate capacity and now has a permitted capacity of 55 million gallons a year. The adjacent gluten plant helps make this facility one of the most cost-efficient ethanol producers in the nation.
White Energy produces more vital wheat gluten than anyone in North America at its state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Russell, Kansas. White Energy has operated the plant since 2006.