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Renewable Fuels in Kansas: Activity and Agency Coordination ____________________________. Presented to the Kansas Energy Council Biomass Committee January 5, 2007. Existing Ethanol Plants. Abengoa Bioerergy, Colwich – 25 MGY East KS Agri-Energy, Garnett – 51 MGY

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renewable fuels in kansas activity and agency coordination

Renewable Fuels in Kansas:Activity and Agency Coordination____________________________

Presented to the Kansas Energy Council Biomass Committee

January 5, 2007

existing ethanol plants
Existing Ethanol Plants
  • Abengoa Bioerergy, Colwich – 25 MGY
  • East KS Agri-Energy, Garnett – 51 MGY
  • E.S.E. Alcohol Inc., Leoti – 2 MGY
  • MGP Ingredients, Atchison – 25 MGY
  • Prairie Horizon, Phillipsburg – 40 MGY
  • Reeve Agri-Energy, Garden City – 10 MGY
  • U.S. Energy Partners, Russell – 45 MGY
  • Western Plains Energy, Campus – 45 MGY

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TOTAL EXISTING CAPACITY - 243 MGY

ethanol plants under construction
Ethanol Plants Under Construction
  • Arkalon / Conestoga, Liberal – 120 MGY
  • Bonanza Bioenergy, Garden City – 55 MGY
  • E Caruso LLC, Goodland – 20 MGY
  • Gateway Ethanol, Pratt – 60 MGY

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TOTAL UNDER CONSTRUCTION - 255 MGY

bio energy coordination team
Bio-Energy Coordination Team
  • Ray Hammarlund & Corey Mohn, KDOC
    • Value Added Program, Community Development Block Grants
  • Steve Wassom, KS Securities Commission
    • KS and out-of-state securities registration
  • Edie Martin, Department of Revenue
    • Licensing, bonding, motor fuels tax, tax credits
  • John Ramsey, KDHE
    • Air, water, environmental remediation, livestock waste
  • Ken Kopp, Dept. of Agriculture – DWR
    • Water resource allocation
  • Carole Jordan, Department of Agriculture
    • Overall agricultural impact
  • Liz Brosius, Kansas Energy Council
    • Coordination and legislative issues
kansas department of commerce biofuels investment to date since 2001
Kansas Department of Commerce Biofuels Investment to Date (since 2001)
  • Agriculture Marketing Division:
    • Value Added Loans
      • Feasibility studies, business plans and equity drives: $500,000
      • Staff Time (7 years at 80% staff time, plus numerous trips, seminars, receptions, etc): $300,000
    • Business Development Division:
      • KEIOF and Workforce Training: $162,000
      • Jobs and Investment Tax Credits: $3,450,000
      • Partnership Fund: $200,000
      • Staff Time (50 hours at $22.00/hour): $1,100
    • Community Development Division:
      • Community Development Block Grant—Economic Development for infrastructure including rail spurs: $2,037,400
  • Total Funding since 2001: $6,650,600
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U.S. Ethanol Plants and Capacities by State

IA (25) 1,568 MGY

MN (16) 501 MGY

SD (13) 552 MGY

NE (12) 589 MGY

KS (8) 211 MGY

IL (6) 814 MGY

WI (6) 228 MGY

MO (4) 155 MGY

CA (4) 69 MGY

MI (3) 155 MGY

CO (3) 85 MGY

ND (3) 84 MGY

KY (2) 35 MGY

IN (1) 102 MGY

TN (1) 67 MGY

NM (1) 30 MGY

WV (1) 11 MGY

OH (1) 4 MGY

VA (1) unknown

Total U.S. Capacity = 5.3 BGY

Additional Capacity Under Construction = 5.2 BGY

Source: American Coalition for Ethanol; Renewable Fuels Association – December 2006

bushel consumption
Bushel Consumption*

Bushel Consumption of Existing KS Plants 90.1 MBY

Proposed Bushel Consumption 94.4 MBY

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Kansas Near-Term Bushel Consumption 184.5 MBY

Total U.S. Bushel Consumption 1.9 BBY

U.S. Proposed Bushel Consumption 1.9 BBY

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U.S. Near-Term Bushel Consumption 3.8 BBY

* Assumes 2.7 gallons per bushel