Calgren will continue the trend of improving America's energy security, while creating high quality jobs and cleaning the environment by constructing an ethanol production facility in Pixley, California. The new Calgren Plant produces 55 million gallons of ethanol, 400,000 tons of WDGS and 1.5 million gallons of corn oil each year. Every 21 gallons of ethanol produced by Calgren will displace a barrel of imported oil.
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Learn how Ethanol can improve America’s energy security. It replaces limited petroleum resources with renewable energy we grow and manufacture right here at home.
The United States’ growing reliance on foreign oil imports is now close to 60%. That's double the level at the time of the 1973 oil embargo energy crises that crippled our economy. In recent years, the United States has now become 10% reliant on foreign imports of refined gasoline.
Environmental and infrastructure constraints limit the ability to add new domestic refining capacity, creating a higher reliance on foreign imports of refined and crude petroleum products unlikely to change or reverse. This trend is a major threat to long term economic and political stability here in the U.S. and overseas.
Developing domestic non petroleum fuel ethanol facilities is playing a key role in decreasing the negative impacts of reliance on foreign petroleum.
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