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E3 BioFuels - Optimistic about ethanol's potential

E3 BioFuels was born from CEO Dennis Langley's lifelong experience in the energy industry and his commitment to always help, not hurt, the environment.

Langley was optimistic about ethanol's potential. But he saw its reliance on increasingly costly natural gas as a major shortcoming, and viewed the waste stream from the region's large feedlots as an opportunity.

E3 BioFuels in October 2005 began construction on its Genesis plant at Mead, Nebraska, using exclusive "closed-loop" technology to which an E3 affiliate co-owns a patent. The patent is licensed to each of E3 BioFuels' projects.

Genesis became operational in April 2007. It's the first-ever commercial plant to make ethanol with virtually no fossil fuels for heat, instead using manure and corn cellulose to make biogas.

E3 BioFuels
5425 Martindale, Suite 100
Shawnee, Kansas 66218
Phone: 913.441.1800
Fax: 913.441.5980



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