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Business Summary per Yahoo Finance:
Pacific Ethanol, Inc. produces and sells ethanol and its co-products in the western United States, primarily in California, Nevada, Arizona, Oregon, Colorado, and Idaho. It also provides transportation, storage, and delivery of ethanol through third-party service providers. Its co-products include wet distillers grains. The Company sells ethanol to gasoline refining and distribution companies, and wet distillers grains to dairy operators and animal feed distributors. Pacific Ethanol was founded in 2003 and is headquartered in Sacramento, California.

The following information obtained from the Pacific Ethanol Inc. website:
http://www.pacificethanol.net/

Latest News
http://www.pacificethanol.net/site/index.php/news/


Driven by Demand™
Pacific Ethanol is a leader in producing and marketing low-carbon ethanol. Our destination model and state-of-the-art production practices allow us to produce ethanol that reduces carbon dioxide emissions by 40 percent compared to conventional gasoline. In addition, Pacific Ethanol is working to identify and develop other renewable fuel technologies, such as cellulose-based ethanol production and bio-diesel. In order to meet demand for low-carbon ethanol, Pacific Ethanol is constructing over 420 million gallons of capacity by 2010 in strategic locations across the West. Central to our growth strategy is our destination business model, whereby each respective ethanol plant achieves lower process and transportation costs by servicing local markets for both fuel and feed, providing us a strategic advantage in the marketplace.

Ethanol is a critical part of the country's energy future. As an alternative fuel or a fuel additive, it has many advantages. Ethanol is made from renewable resources, reducing air pollution and carbon dioxide emissions that contribute to global warming. Ethanol also helps consumers by increasing domestic fuel supplies and refining capacity. The Energy Bill passed by Congress in 2005 requires an increase in ethanol use by refiners to 7.5 billion gallons by 2012.



Right Place Right Time
In order to meet the West Coast's current ethanol needs, Pacific Ethanol plans to construct over 420 million gallons of capacity in the next four years. Today Pacific Ethanol operates the largest ethanol plant on the West Coast and has broken ground on several cutting-edge, strategically located production plants.
http://www.pacificethanol.net/site/index.php/about/facilities/


Kinergy Marketing is the ethanol sales and distribution arm of Pacific Ethanol, Inc. Formerly an independent company founded by PEI's Neil Koehler, Kinergy continues to build on a strong customer base of major and unbranded oil companies. Since the demand for ethanol in the Western United States exceeds the production capacity of existing and proposed ethanol plants in the region, Kinergy will continue to sell ethanol produced in the Midwest in addition to Pacific Ethanol's own production. Our expertise in transportation logistics and emphasis on superior service has led to close relationships with both suppliers and customers. Driven by the increasing demand for ethanol as well as the growing reputation of the company, Kinergy's market area now includes California, Arizona, Nevada, Oregon, Colorado and Texas, with continuing expansion planned.

Ethanol Supply and Marketing Contact Information:
Greg DiBiase, VP of Ethanol Supply and Marketing
Phone: 916-403-2128
Email: gdibiase@kinergymarketing.com

Ethanol Sales Contact Information:
Darren Knop, Director of Ethanol Sales and Marketing
Phone: 916-403-2177
Email: dknop@pacificethanol.net


In the ethanol production process, after a grain's starch is converted to ethanol through fermentation, the remaining nutrients, including proteins, fats, fiber, minerals and vitamins, are concentrated into what is called wet distillers grain (WDG). WDG is a very palatable, medium-protein feed for dairy cattle, beef cattle, poultry, and swine. Its high digestibility and energy content yield greater milk production and better feed conversions than other feeds. Beef cattle have shown faster and more efficient weight gains due to its digestibility, energy content, and palatability.

In the United States, most distillers grains are produced in the Midwest, where producers dry the grains for shipping. Typically, dried distillers grains have a lower nutritional content than WDG. Pacific Ethanol is uniquely able to provide farmers with wet distillers grains because of our central locations in the heart of the livestock industry, where there are more than enough head of livestock in a 50-mile radius to consume all the WDG we can produce every day.

Our distillers grain has the added advantage of being produced from just one type of grain, as opposed to many of the Midwest distillers grains, which are made from corn, milo, barley, or wheat, depending on availability and pricing of competing crops. This means that the nutrient content of our WDG is predictable and consistent. This is particularly important for livestock producers, where a subtle difference in the makeup of key feed ingredients can significantly affect production.


Pacific Ag Products is the wholly-owned subsidiary of Pacific Ethanol that handles the marketing and distribution of grain products for the Company. Corn receiving and grain mill operations at Front Range Energy in Windsor, Colorado as well as all Pacific Ethanol plants are handled by Pacific Ag Products. This subsidiary is also responsible for marketing all WDG produced by our plants and Front Range Energy.

Feed Marketing Contact Information:
Brad Olson, Commodities Manager
Phone: 970-674-2910
Email: bolson@pacificethanol.net

Corn Procurement Contact Information:
Thomas Russell, Merchandising Manager
Phone: 559-435-1771
Email: trussell@pacificethanol.net

Executive Team:
http://www.pacificethanol.net/site/index.php/about/leadership_executive/

Board of Directors:
http://www.pacificethanol.net/site/index.php/about/leadership_board/

400 Capitol Mall
Suite 2060
Sacramento, CA 95814
(916) 403-2123
(916) 446-3937
tkoehler@pacificethanol.net
http://www.pacificethanol.net/





Share statistics found on Yahoo Finance as of June 23, 2008
Share Statistics
Average Volume (3 month)3: 1,859,990
Average Volume (10 day)3: 2,410,030
Shares Outstanding5: 44.13M
Float: 37.11M
% Held by Insiders1: 23.38%
% Held by Institutions1: 30.20%
Shares Short (as of 27-May-08)3: 6.99M
Short Ratio (as of 27-May-08)3: 1.4
Short % of Float (as of 27-May-08)3: 17.80%
Shares Short (prior month)3: 5.69M

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#29367   Agree!! let's see what happens, but IMO peix belgiumsui 04/06/17 12:39:55 PM
#29366   I'm also. I'm not sure how they are Dutch1 04/06/17 09:51:43 AM
#29365   I'm holding strong. Over 10 this june IMO. belgiumsui 04/06/17 09:38:03 AM
#29364   Not many posts since before earnings. No idea Dutch1 03/30/17 02:05:46 AM
#29363   This Board has been brain dead for days. ballot123 03/29/17 07:00:34 PM
#29362   What's with all the positivity today? Has it Dutch1 03/29/17 04:18:26 PM
#29361   Ethanol futures are very low and so are Dutch1 03/09/17 02:34:09 PM
#29360   All this good news and the pps keeps stocksmanjr 03/09/17 12:49:18 PM
#29359   Pacific Ethanol (PEIX) Tops Q4 EPS by 9c March Dutch1 03/01/17 04:24:29 PM
#29358   Pacific Ethanol Reports Fourth Quarter and Year-end 2016 Dutch1 03/01/17 04:21:40 PM
#29357   PEIX to Release Fourth Quarter and Year-End 2016 Results Dutch1 02/24/17 01:45:29 PM
#29356   RFA Honors Pacific Ethanol CEO with 2017 Industry Award Dutch1 02/23/17 06:47:48 AM
#29355   Pacific Ethanol To Produce Cellulosic Ethanol at Madera Plant Dutch1 02/16/17 10:55:31 AM
#29354   PEIX is a fine investment for me and ballot123 02/15/17 08:09:54 PM
#29353   It might have something to do with the Dutch1 02/09/17 01:25:24 PM
#29352   Very nice move today $PEIX MrPoppaGeorgeo 02/09/17 11:45:16 AM
#29351   Nice chart... 12usd step by step, mark it belgiumsui 02/08/17 05:36:44 PM
#29350   Excellent DD as I'm looking for an entry rwdutch 01/30/17 09:58:27 AM
#29349   The fourth quarter that will be reported in danke 01/28/17 11:54:56 PM
#29348   Price is definitely pressured , are biofuels under rwdutch 01/27/17 04:07:34 PM
#29347   LONG AND STRONG!! ;) belgiumsui 01/26/17 04:11:51 PM
#29346   Absolutely insane. REX and GPRE didn't move at Dutch1 01/26/17 02:45:11 PM
#29345   i almost bought 815s yesterday am - glad janeyH 01/26/17 01:34:34 PM
#29344   I'm not sure if the prices are all Dutch1 01/26/17 06:08:52 AM
#29343   Thanks for the answer! Mortenm 01/26/17 05:17:30 AM
#29342   Hi Mortenm, Dutch1 01/26/17 04:10:05 AM
#29341   Can anyone explain to me.. Mortenm 01/25/17 05:10:35 PM
#29340   Next support is $7.27 MrPoppaGeorgeo 01/25/17 04:06:39 PM
#29339   Renewable fuel credits sink to one-year lows amid Dutch1 01/25/17 03:57:51 PM
#29338   The margins have fallen significantly in Jan. grimreaper 01/25/17 02:25:47 PM
#29337   Talking heads told everyone that Trump would kill MrPoppaGeorgeo 01/25/17 12:12:49 PM
#29336   Sell-side Taking Aim at Shares of Pacific Ethanol, Dutch1 01/25/17 12:04:09 PM
#29335   The 22,200 Shares in Pacific Ethanol Inc. (PEIX) Dutch1 01/25/17 11:58:58 AM
#29334   TPP deal was canceled so I figured corn MrPoppaGeorgeo 01/25/17 11:58:32 AM
#29333   Trumping Obama on Biofuels Dutch1 01/25/17 11:56:32 AM
#29332   Ethanol is dropping, Corn rising. But not that Dutch1 01/25/17 11:55:44 AM
#29331   She'll pop back Belgium, no worrys. I'm looking MrPoppaGeorgeo 01/25/17 11:50:47 AM
#29330   not much volume for such a move janeyH 01/25/17 11:45:42 AM
#29329   WTF! :( manipulation?? belgiumsui 01/25/17 11:22:22 AM
#29328   This might be the reason for today's uptick: Dutch1 01/18/17 01:49:39 PM
#29327   You're welcome. Dutch1 01/18/17 01:40:38 PM
#29326   Thanksss for your valid comments. belgiumsui 01/18/17 01:32:43 PM
#29325   Hi, It isn't just PEIX. REX and GPRE are Dutch1 01/18/17 04:37:10 AM
#29324   Hiii Dutch!! Your opinion about the correction? Thanks. belgiumsui 01/17/17 03:31:08 PM
#29323   Yes but I trade by my own rules MrPoppaGeorgeo 01/12/17 12:06:58 PM
#29322   That's about 1% lower ;-) Would you gamble Dutch1 01/12/17 11:43:19 AM
#29321   Not bad but I would put bid in MrPoppaGeorgeo 01/12/17 10:05:38 AM
#29320   is 860-870 good re entry point? janeyH 01/12/17 09:58:52 AM
#29319   Why is that of influence on PEIX? Dutch1 01/11/17 06:42:18 AM
#29318   This thing about not disclosing an unplanned shutdown ballot123 01/10/17 06:52:38 PM
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