Marquis Energy Chooses GreenShift

Joanna Schroeder

Marquis Energy has signed an agreement with GreenShift Corporation to use their patented corn oil extraction technologies in their 50 million gallon per year ethanol plant in Necedah, Wisconsin. This is GreenShift’s second license with Marquis Energy, the first for their 110 million gallon per year ethanol plant in Hennepin, Illinois.

Tom Marquis, Marquis Energy’s Vice President & Marketing Manager said, “Working with GreenShift’s marketing arm has proven to be a valuable addition to our marketing strategy. Their contacts and understanding of the industry have become integral to the bottom line.”

“We truly appreciate our relationship with Marquis Energy. We have worked together to increase yields and have proven that higher yields are achievable when both parties work together,” concluded David Winsness, GreenShift’s Chief Technology Officer.

In other recent news, GreenShift received a Notice of Allowance for their corn oil extraction processes, for pending patent application number 12/559,136 titled “A Method of Recovering Oil From Thin Stillage.” The following day, the company announced that it also signed a license agreement with Calgren Renewable Fuels, a 57 million gallon per year ethanol plant located in Pixley, California.

corn, Ethanol