Aventine Renewable Energy

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Aventine Renewable Energy
Private company
Traded as OTC Pink: AVRW
Industry Biofuels
Founded 1981
Headquarters Pekin, Illinois, USA
Key people
Mark Beemer, CEO
Products Corn ethanol
Corn gluten
Corn germ
Website www.aventinerei.com

Aventine Renewable Energy is a bioethanol and biodiesel company based in Pekin, Illinois that produces and markets these biofuels.

In 2006, it produced almost 696 million US gallons (2,630,000 m3) of fuel in the United States.[1] It also produces other by-products: corn gluten feed and meal, corn germ, condensed corn distillers solubles, dried distillers grain with solubles, wet distillers grain with solubles, carbon dioxide and brewers' yeast.

The company, which was delisted from the New York Stock Exchange after its stock crashed after initially being listed in 2006, filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy on April 8, 2009.[2] It emerged from bankruptcy March 16, 2010.

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