Exploring the Ethanol Industry with NCI's Expert Insights
USAgNet - 02/12/2024
The ethanol industry is at a pivotal juncture, with market dynamics, policy decisions, and technical advancements shaping its future. The "Everything Ethanol" webinar series, a collaborative effort by the U.S. Grains Council (USGC) and the Northern Crops Institute (NCI), offers a deep dive into these critical issues, featuring monthly sessions with leading experts.
Rowena Torres-Ordonez, a Council Advisor and Ethanol Technical Consultant, will discuss ethanol product handling, best practices, shift towards higher blends, technical and regulatory considerations for retail sites, and the role of fuel specifications in facilitating market access for ethanol.
This educational initiative is part of NCI and USGC's commitment to fostering a well-informed community within the ethanol sector. By addressing both the technical and market-related challenges, the series aims to support industry stakeholders in making informed decisions that will drive the sector forward.
Located at North Dakota State University, NCI has been a focal point for international agricultural discussions, education, and technical services since 1983. It has hosted visitors from more than 135 countries, underlining its role in bridging global agricultural communities.
Mark your calendars for Feb. 21 at 10:00 a.m. CT to gain invaluable insights into the ethanol industry's latest trends and challenges. The webinar is an excellent opportunity for anyone involved in or interested in the biofuel sector, from producers to policymakers, to enhance their knowledge and contribute to the industry's growth.
Register now to secure your spot in this enlightening discussion on the future of ethanol.
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