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ICM, Inc. Announces Signed Contract with IGPC Ethanol, Inc. as the First Canadian Adopter of Fiber Separation TechnologyTM

(Colwich, Kan. – June 9, 2014) – ICM, Inc. is pleased to announce that IGPC Ethanol, Inc. of Ontario, Canada has signed a contract to be the first Canadian Adopter of ICM’s patent-pending Fiber Separation Technology™ (FSTTM). FST™ is a value-added platform technology that increases ethanol yield and throughput, as well as increases oil recovery for its customers. Removing the fiber from the standard ethanol process allows the plant to produce each gallon more efficiently as well as creates the opportunity for diversified co-products with high protein feeds and fiber.

Chris Mitchell, President of ICM, Inc., said, “ICM is very excited to move forward with IGPC as they adopt the FSTTM process. FSTTM is the next step after Selective Milling TechnologyTM, which the plant purchased in 2013. The platform technologies build on each other, increasing ethanol and corn oil yield, as well as enabling additional throughput and reducing energy usage. Every gallon produced will be processed more efficiently with the addition of the technologies.”

Jim Grey, CEO of IGPC Ethanol, Inc. said “Through our previous collaboration with ICM, we believed it was important to continue down the path of obtaining their critical platform technologies that are necessary for making a sustained impact on agriculture and economic development for our region, and strategically position our business for future opportunities.”

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Deborah Bolen, ICM, Inc.
316-977-6882 Office.

 

ICM, Inc. Announces Letter of Intent with Patriot Holdings, LLC for Fiber Separation Technology™(FST™) and Generation 1.5 Grain Fiber to Cellulosic Ethanol Technology™

Colwich, Kan. – June 5, 2014) – ICM, Inc. is pleased to announce that Patriot Holdings, LLC of Annawan, IL, has entered into a Letter of Intent for ICM’s patent-pending Fiber Separation Technology™ (FSTTM) and ICM’s patent-pending Generation 1.5 Grain Fiber to Cellulosic Ethanol TechnologyTM (Gen 1.5) for its ethanol plant. FST™ is a value-added platform technology that increases ethanol yield and throughput, as well as increases oil recovery for its customers. The FST™ process separates the fiber that will be used as the feedstock for the Gen 1.5 process to produce cellulosic ethanol. Removing the fiber from the standard ethanol process with the FST™ process allows the plant to produce each gallon more efficiently as well as creates the option of diversified co-products with high protein feeds and fiber.

Chris Mitchell, President of ICM, Inc., said, “ICM is pleased to see Patriot take advantage of the benefits that FST™ provides. We appreciate Patriot’s continuing business as it continues to build on ICM’s base ethanol plant and our Selective Milling TechnologyTM. Patriot will be setting itself up to lead our industry into cellulosic ethanol, which not only diversifies its plant, but improves ethanol yield to over 3.08 gallons per bushel. Our team is excited to continue working with Patriot as it grows its business.”

“ICM’s ethanol technology is a logical platform on which to build our business as a biorefinery” said Patriot’s VP/GM Rick Vondra. “There are many new products and growth possibilities using corn as our feedstock, and we have identified these as two high potential processes that we can adopt now”.

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Deborah Bolen, ICM, Inc.
316-977-6882 Office.

 

ICM, Inc. Announces Contract with Front Range Energy LLC for Full-Scale Commercial Installation of ICM’s Selective Milling Technology™ (SMT™)

 

(Colwich, Kan. –June 5, 2014) – ICM is pleased to announce that Front Range Energy LLC has purchased ICM’s patent-pending Selective Milling Technology™for the Front Range Energy ethanol plant located in Windsor, Colorado. SMT™ is a value-added platform technology for plant yield enhancement.

Dan Sanders, Vice President for Front Range Energy LLC, said, “We are excited to own and operate this new technology from ICM. Our team did an excellent job evaluating options available in this space and we believe ICM’s SMT™ gives us the greatest potential for overall yield improvements, and the most control to make operational changes on the front end of our plant to enable lower cost per gallon production.”
Chris Mitchell, President of ICM, Inc., said, “SMT™ continues to prove itself as the long term solution of choice for plant yield enhancement, and ICM is pleased to continue our partnership with Front Range Energy, a leading supplier of fuel ethanol to the Rocky Mountain transportation fuel market.”

With the agreement for purchase and full-scale installation at Front Range Energy, there are now seventeen ethanol plants in North America either operating or under contract to operate ICM’s Selective Milling Technology™, raising total throughput for ICM and its partner in this yield enhancement technology, Fluid Quip Process Technologies, to over 1.65 billion gallons of ethanol production per year.

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Deborah Bolen, ICM, Inc.
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ICM, Inc. Announces Contract with Prairie Horizon Agri-Energy LLC for Full-Scale Commercial Installation of its Selective Milling Technology™

 

(Colwich, Kan. –May 29, 2014) – ICM is pleased to announce that Prairie Horizon Agri-Energy LLC of Phillipsburg, Kansas has purchased ICM’s patent-pending Selective Milling Technology™ for the Prairie Horizon ethanol plant. SMT™ is a value-added platform technology for plant yield enhancement.

David VanderGriend, founder and CEO of ICM, Inc., said, “ICM is happy to see more customers take advantage of the benefits that SMT™ provides. SMT™ is not only the first step toward our Fiber Separation Technology™ and Generation 1.5™ Technology, but has also proven itself to the point that it is now considered standard equipment in every new build we’re doing internationally. We appreciate the confidence in us expressed by the Prairie Horizon management team with its purchase of this technology from ICM, and are excited to continue working with Prairie Horizon on its goal to be a leading company in the renewable energy technology space.”

Mike Erhart, General Manager for Prairie Horizon Agri-Energy LLC, said, “ICM continues to impress us with its passion to invest in the industry and help us improve. We are excited to get the SMT™ System up and running not just because of its proven ability to increase plant yields, but also because of the opportunities it provides us to continue down the path of being a low-cost producer.”

With the agreement for purchase and full-scale installation at Prairie Horizon Agri-Energy, there are now sixteen ethanol plants in North America either running or under contract to run ICM’s Selective Milling Technology™. That raises the total throughput for ICM and its partner in this yield enhancement technology, Fluid Quip Process Technologies, to more than 1.6 billion gallons of ethanol production per year.

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Contact:
Deborah Bolen, ICM, Inc.
316-977-6882 Office.