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January 24, 2002

US Energy Partners Commissions Milo-to-Ethanol Plant In Russell, Kansas

US Energy Partners LLC (Russell, KS) have completed construction of a $30 plus million ethanol plant in Kansas that will produce fuel grade ethanol from some 9 million bushels of milo feedstock annually.

When fully commissioned in February of this year, the plant will produce 25 million gallons per year of fuel grade ethanol. US Energy Partners have also entered an agreement with Williams Bio-Energy (Pekin, Ill.) to market all of the ethanol to be produced at the plant.

The plant will also receive process steam from the City of Russell's new 15MW (mega-watt) cogeneration power plant that is currently under construction near the site. The steam will be utilized to dry the distillers grain by-product produced during the process of making ethanol.

The facility is located roughly 220 miles west of Kansas City, Kansas.

Jay Brunson, IIR's Synthetic Fuels Manager added, "US Energy is the fifth operational ethanol plant in Kansas. Currently about 37 million gallons per year of ethanol come out of Kansas. Four additional ethanol plants are currently underdevelopment and when they come on line in 2003, the state will have the capacity of producing about 152 million gallons annually."


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