Exec hopes Ind. ethanol plant will reopen under new owners

02/17/2013 | South Bend Tribune (Ind.)

The sale of the New Energy ethanol plant in South Bend, Ind., for just $2.5 million is not an encouraging sign that the idled facility will resume production, said Wallace Tyner, a Purdue University professor of agricultural economics. Although the sale looks like a scrap deal "on the surface," there is "a good chance the plant will return to operation," said New Energy President Russ Abarr.

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