Minn. Ethanol Producer Elected Vice Chairman Of The Renewable Fuels Association

OMAHA, Nebraska (September 27, 2012) - Minnesota ethanol producer and board member of the Minnesota Bio-Fuels Association, Randall J. Doyal, was elected Vice Chairman of the Renewable Fuels Association (RFA). Mr. Doyal is CEO of Al-Corn Clean Fuel in Claremont, Minnesota. Al-Corn Clean Fuels produces 50 million gallons of ethanol annually.

Mr. Doyal, a 30 year veteran of the fuel ethanol industry and board member of the Minnesota Bio-Fuels Association, began his career in ethanol in 1982 continuing on to his current position as General Manager and CEO of Al-Corn Clean Fuel and Al-Corn Limited Partnership in Claremont, Minnesota.

“The ethanol industry has grown exponentially over the past few years, and it will continue to do so thanks in large part to RFA and its members,” said Mr. Doyal. “Over the past 31 years, the RFA has been at the center of every successful policy fight and market initiative that has helped increase production, expand the marketplace for ethanol blended fuels, and encourage new technologies and advanced bio-fuels. I am privileged to help lead the RFA and the industry in changing how America fuels its future.”

The Minnesota Bio-Fuels Association (MBA) represents the renewable fuels industry within the State of Minnesota. MBA works to advance and promote the industry through support of educational, charitable, policy making and scientific activities. The Minnesota biofuels industry supports 12,000 jobs in Minnesota, displaces the use of imported petroleum, keeps billions of energy dollars in Minnesota and gives consumers cleaner fuel and greater, affordable fuel choice at the pump.