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REG Signs Agreement with Three Biodiesel Plants to Consolidate
Date:5/12/2009

dence and Security Act, the RFS calls for 500 million gallons of domestic biodiesel consumption ramping up to 1 billion biodiesel gallons in 2012.

"We believe this proposed consolidation brings greater economies of scale, streamlined central management of complex logistics and decision-making processes, and enhanced risk-management opportunities," said Daniel J. Oh, REG's president and chief operating officer. "By more efficiently managing our business and strengthening distribution channels, REG will continue to partner with obligated parties of the RFS in order to reduce our nation's reliance on foreign oil."

"Consolidating these three multiple-feedstock facilities under the ownership of Renewable Energy Group will offer technology advantages as these sites utilize a variety of raw materials like soybean oil, fats, corn oil, canola oil and recycled restaurant grease to produce large volumes of high quality biodiesel which are then marketed through our national infrastructure system," Oh explained.

Bill Horan, chairman of Western Iowa Energy's board of directors stated, "Although our facility is currently well-positioned compared to other biodiesel manufacturers in the U.S. due to its ability to process multiple feedstocks, this proposed consolidation offers our members the opportunity to diversify their biodiesel investments while continuing and expanding our current relationship with REG." Horan added, "Western Iowa Energy's board has carefully considered the future of our facility and believes the REG consolidation proposal is the best direction for returning value to our members."

Central Iowa Energy's board chairman, Jim Johnston, said, "Given current industry consolidation and production economics, it is difficult for stand-alone facilities like our plant to succeed on their own in the 67 billion-gallon distillate market."

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