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Process Optimization Seminar April 27-29, 2011 Houston, TX

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Process Optimization Seminar    April 27-29, 2011  Houston, TX

The issues that are encountered today in overseeing an ethanol facility requires management to be well versed in many ways to provide financial stability to the operation.

This Process Optimization Seminar is directed more towards management personnel whose day to day job is to ensure the plant is doing all that it can to maximize the profitability of the operation. The curriculum that will be presented by Fermentis, Fremont, Novozymes and Phibro Ethanol Performance Group will focus on techniques in each of their areas of expertise to insure maximum efficiency. There will also be a section given by an instructor from Northeast Community College to give you tools on how to successfully manage your employees and specific management issues inherent to ethanol plants.

The program will also include a tour of a Valero refinery, a tour of SGS analytical labs, and a round table discussion. The refinery tour will be the first day of the event followed by a tour of SGS’ state of the art analytical labs. SGS will then sponsor a Texas BBQ dinner for all of the attendees on site at their facility.

The group will attend a Major League Baseball game between the Houston Astros and the St. Louis Cardinals. The game will be watched from the suite at Minute Maid Park which will lead to some great networking with other management personnel from other plants.

The last day will culminate with a luncheon that will you will give you a chance to see Valero working with ethanol as a partner with blending fuel. The three days that you invest to come to Houston will give you new techniques to bring more value to your plant through your leadership.  READ MORE

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