DRY DISTILLERS GRAINS (DDGS)
White Energy produces dry distillers grains at its plant in Plainview. These dried grains have low moisture, providing a shelf life of one year or longer. The grains can be transported across the country or exported to a growing international market — more than 55 countries imported DDGS from the United States in 2019.
WET DISTILLERS GRAINS (WDGS)
White Energy produces wet distillers grains at its plants in Hereford and Plainview. These grains, used as feedstock for local cattle, contain 65-70% moisture and have a limited shelf life ranging from several days to a few weeks depending on the time of year. White Energy benefits from its close proximity to a large cattle population — more than 2.5 million cattle are located within an hour of its Texas plants — and it has an exceptional logistics system to reliably meet the needs of nearby ranchers. White Energy can deliver up to 240 truckloads, each one holding 25 tons of wet grains, in a single day.
DISTILLERS CORN OIL
White Energy has recently upgraded its facilities to extract distillers corn oil created during the manufacturing process. The corn oil itself is a valuable commodity that can be used as an animal feed ingredient and feedstock to both biodiesel and renewable diesel.
WHERE WE MAKE CO-PRODUCTS
Texas Commodity Manager