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About Southwest Georgia Ethanol

Southwest Georgia Ethanol is located near Camilla, Georgia. The Company operates a 100 million gallon name plate capacity ethanol plant with distribution within the United States.

Southwest Georgia Ethanol Headquarter Location

4433 Lewis B Collins Rd

Pelham, Georgia, 31779,

United States


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Kansas company to buy Camilla ethanol plant

Sep 8, 2014

Flint Hills Resources says it has a deal for Southwest Georgia Ethanol in Camilla Print Story CAMILLA — Flint Hills Resources in Wichita, Kan., has announced an agreement with Southwest Georgia Ethanol LLC to acquire its ethanol plant in Camilla. Flint Hills Resources officials said in an email announcement that the transaction was expected to close after customary closing conditions had been satisfied, including regulatory approvals. The purchase price was not disclosed. Once the sale is completed, the Camilla plant would be Flint Hills Resources’ 11th, and its first outside the Midwestern United States. The Camilla plant, which opened in 2008, has an annual capacity of 100 million gallons of ethanol. It also produces more than 275,000 tons of dried distillers grains and approximately 25 million pounds of non-food grade corn oil each year,.Flint Hill said The plant employs about 60 people. “The Camilla plant is a premier destination for corn in southwest Georgia,” said Brad Razook, chief executive officer and president of Flint Hills Resources. “The plant is well-positioned for success and is supported by a professional and dedicated workforce. We look forward to welcoming the Camilla team to Flint Hills Resources.” Flint Hills Resources’ grain processing business currently includes six ethanol plants with a combined annual capacity of 650 million gallons, a biodiesel plant in Nebraska, and investments in biofuels technology and feedstock development. Before its reorganization in December 2011, Southwest Georgia Ethanol LLC was a wholly owned subsidiary of First United Ethanol LLC. Flint Hills Resources is a leading refining, chemicals and grain processing company. Its subsidiaries market products such as gasoline, diesel, jet fuel, ethanol, biodiesel, olefins, polymers and intermediate chemicals, as well as base oils and asphalt. Flint Hills Resources operates ethanol plants in Arthur, Fairbank, Iowa Falls, Menlo and Shell Rock, Iowa and Fairmont, Neb. The plants have a combined annual capacity of 650 million gallons of ethanol. The refining business operates refineries in Rosemount, Minn., and Corpus Christi, Texas, with a combined crude oil processing capacity of more than 600,000 barrels per day. The petrochemical business includes production facilities in Illinois, Michigan and Texas. The asphalt business produces and markets product in the Midwest. A subsidiary owns an interest in a lubricants base oil facility in Louisiana. Flint Hills Resources has more than 4,600 employees and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Koch Industries Inc. The company has expanded its operations through capital projects and acquisitions worth more than $8.6 billion since 2002. More like this story

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