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newMap of ethanol and biodiesel activity in Kansas
(PDF-450 kb), Source: Kansas Department of Agriculture, Sept. 2012.

Map of ethanol and biodiesel activity in Kansas
(PDF-450 kb), Source: Kansas Department of Agriculture, June 2011.

Map of operating and idled ethanol and biodiesel plants in Kansas
(PDF-450 kb), Source: Kansas Department of Agriculture, June 2011.

News

State wants to pull millions in stimulus dollars from the Efficiency Kansas loan program
(Lawrence Journal World, July 21, 2011)

Group seeks repeal of sorghum tax
(Topeka Capital-Journal, Jan. 31, 2011)

Algae’s energy potential blooms
(Lawrence Journal-World, Nov. 9, 2009)

'Green goo' biofuel gets a boost
(CNN.com, August 24, 2009)

Big Oil Warms to Ethanol and Biofuel Companies
(The New York Times, May 27, 2009)
(Registration required)

BIOFUEL: Area farmers asked to grow crops for energy
(Kingston (Ont.) Whig Standard, April 11, 2009)

Turning Cooking Oil Into Fuel for the County
(The New York Times, Feb. 5, 2009)
(Registration required)

Change eases sales of ethanol, biodiesel
(Lawrence Journal-World, Jan. 29, 2009)

Tyson teams up with energy company to create fuel
(Garden City Telegram, April 17, 2007)

From On the Griddle To Off the Grid
(Queens (NY) Ledger, March 29, 2007)

Kansas ripe for biodiesel production
(Wichita Eagle, March 11, 2007)

Chicken Fat May Be Next Biofuel
(Washington Post, Jan. 3, 2007)
(Registration Required)

Grease guzzlers find a way to save on gasoline - vegetable oil
(Lawrence Journal-World, Dec. 31, 2006)

Turning up the heat on recycled fuel
(Kansas City Star, September 18, 2006)
(Registration required)

Commuter cuts costs with biofuel
(Wichita Eagle, September 17, 2006)

Sunflower proposes bioenergy center at plant
(Garden City Telegram, August 24, 2006)

Sunflower Electric complex will recycle all byproducts
(Hutchinson News, August 24, 2006)
(Registration required)

Bioenergy effort under way
(Lawrence Journal-World, August 24, 2006)

Grease Is the Word: Fill It Up With Fry Oil
(New York Times, July 23, 2006)
(Registration Required)

Do-it-yourselfers turn diner grease into biodiesel fuel
(Christian Science Monitor, July 18, 2006)

Company buys land for biodiesel plant
(The Hutchinson News, April 30, 2006)
(Registration required)

Panel picks site for biodiesel plant
(Pratt Tribune, April 28, 2006)

For love of grease: Alternative fuels gaining acceptance
(The (Madison, Wis.) Capital Times, April 27, 2006)

New crop, new industry
(Winfield Courier, April 18, 2006)

Retail biodiesel station set for KC
(Kansas City Business Journal, April 7, 2006)

Fill 'er up with gasohol, biodiesel, E85 ...
(Christian Science Monitor, March 23, 2006)

Biodiesel: Homegrown Oil
(Mother Earth News, February/March 2006)

Biofuel boom breeds a new niche: the ethanol distributor
(Wichita Eagle, Feb. 23, 2006)

Panel eyes Kan. biodiesel production
(The Hutchinson News, Feb. 1, 2006)
(Registration required)

Goodland Energy Center

Editorial: Air permit hearing; time to be counted
(Goodland Star-News, Jan. 10, 2006)

Energy Center site ready for plants
- (Second Page)
(Goodland Star-News, Jan. 6, 2006)

Suitor ends quest for Schmidt brewery site
(St. Paul (Minn.) Pioneer Press, Nov. 17, 2005)

First building going up at Goodland energy center (PDF-728 KB)
(2nd Page of article) (PDF-310 KB)
(Goodland Star-News, Nov. 11, 2005)

Editorial: Goodland struggled through decision
(The Goodland Star-News, July 22, 2005)

Power Plant Contract approved
(2nd page of article)
(The Goodland Star-News, July 22, 2005)

Power purchase contract denied, later approved
(2nd page of article)
(The Goodland Star-News, July 22, 2005)

Goodland Power Plants to Produce Clean Energy
(2nd page of article)
(The Goodland Star-News, July 19, 2005)

Ambitious plan means more power for Goodland
(Wichita Eagle, July 17, 2005)

Goodland Annex Request gets OK
(2nd page of article)
(The Goodland Star-News, July 15, 2005)

Editorial: Plants opportunity to inspire progress
(The Goodland Star-News, July 12, 2005)

Budget Woes Mean Rates will go up
(2nd page of article)
(The Goodland Star-News, July 12, 2005)

Small Town Kansas Makes Sustainability Investment
(Tree Hugger, July 09, 2005)

Investors announce plan to build three energy plants
(2nd page of article)
(The Goodland Star-News, July 08, 2005)

Goodland accepts request to annex land
near Caruso

(2nd page of article)
(The Goodland Star-News, July 08, 2005)

Power, fuel complex could create 100 jobs (2nd page of article)
(The Goodland Star-News, July 06, 2005)

Editorial: Great weekend, today great news
(The Goodland Star-News , July 06, 2005)

Investors to Build Biodiesel, Ethanol Plants
(RedNova.com after Salina Journal, July 06, 2005)

Sunflower Integrated Bioenergy Center

Sunflower Integrated Bioenergy Center - PDF, 139 kb.

Coal plant's bioreactor would start small
(Salina Journal, Feb. 22, 2008)

Reactor would capture 40 percent of CO2
(Hays Daily News, Feb. 22, 2008)

Scientist: Algae reactor would be immense, expensive
(Salina Journal, Feb. 21, 2008)

Large-scale algae production remains a dream, not reality
(Salina Journal, Feb. 17, 2008)

Sunflower proposes bioenergy center at plant
(Garden City Telegram, August 24, 2006)

Bioenergy effort under way
(Lawrence Journal-World, August 24, 2006)

Sunflower Electric complex will recycle all byproducts
(Hutchinson News, August 24, 2006)
(Registration required)

 
   
 

General Info

Biodiesel Education Network News
(PDF, 148 kb) Kansas Soybean Commission/National Biodiesel Board

Coltrain, David, Biodiesel: Is it worth considering? (PDF), presented at 2002 Risk and Profit Conference, August 2002,
Manhattan, KS

Biodiesel Fact Sheet - by Hampel Oil, Wichita

National Biodiesel Board web-site

Biodiesel Retailers

Kansas Bulk Biodiesel Retailers: 2% or Higher Blends Available
(PDF, 105 kb) Kansas Soybean Commission

Capital City Oil, Topeka

 

Biofuels Organizations

Frybrid Vegetable/Diesel oil, company that provides resources and products for converting Diesel cars to running on vegetable oil.

Greasecar Vegetable Fuel Systems, company that provides resources and products for converting Diesel cars to running on vegetable oil.

The Intermountain Harvesting Energy Network - Advocacy Group of wind and other renewables

25 x '25, organization pushing for 25% of U.S. energy from renewable resources by the year 2025.

 

 


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