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Attis Biofuels
376 Owens Road , Fulton, New York, United States

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Industry : Biofuels
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Since Feb, 2020
About Company

We believe that corporations have a responsibility to protect the environment and provide a safe workplace. At Attis Ethanol, these are top priorities. Its why we are industry leaders when it comes to environmental practices, and have excellent safety performance records across the company. Most of all, we are committed to continuous improvement in both of these areas.

The safety of our employees and contractors is a core company value. We strive to achieve the highest level of safety performance each year by focusing on:

  • All contractors and employees must understand their individual role in our safety program and are held accountable to work safely every day.
  • Through the use of Job Hazard Analysis (JHA), potential hazards can be recognized and prevented at each work site.
  • Training modules help to ensure our employees and contractors understand the safety requirements and retain the knowledge necessary to help them work safe.
  • Employees and management are key to achieving positive safety performance. All Attis employees are expected, and encouraged, to take the initiative to either help resolve an issue, correct the situation, or notify appropriate personnel so the issue can be resolved.

Ethanol is the only clean-burning liquid fuel available to replace and supplement the fuel used in our cars and light trucks. In 2013, the industry produced:

  • 13.3 billion gallons of ethanol
  • Eliminating the need for more than 462 million barrels of imported oil
  • Produced domestically, the ethanol industry accounted for more than 86,000 direct jobs and 300,277 indirect jobs in 2013

The tremendous growth of ethanol production in the U.S. significantly reduces the amount of oil our nation needs to import, reducing U.S. dependence on foreign oil and increases the nations energy independence.  Americas ethanol industry not only leads the world in the production and use of ethanol, it is also one of the largest exporters of fuel ethanol in the world.  American producers sent hundreds of millions of gallons of denatured and undenatured ethanol to 70 countries, with the majority shipping to just three regions: Canada, EU, and Brazil.  In addition to ethanol, the U.S. also exported an estimated 7.7 million metric tons of dried distillers grains to top destinations for this nutrient-rich feed including Mexico, Canada, and many Asian nations such as China and Vietnam.

Energizing the Economy

Ethanol production is an economic stimulus. Because ethanol is produced domestically, from domestically grown crops, the economic benefits of ethanol production goes well beyond plant employees, contractors, and local communities, it supports farmers and regional agricultural activities.  Overall, in 2013, the U.S. ethanol industry added $44 billion to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and paid $8.3 billion in taxes. Economic activity and job creation in this industry sector helped raise household income $30.7 billion.  In fact, according to the Renewable Fuels Association, an 85 million gallon per year ethanol facility, like the Attis Ethanol plant in Fulton, New York, provides the following economic benefits to the local economy*:

  • Goods and services bought and sold as a result of operation of the ethanol facility add $274 million to the local GDP.
  • The economic activity resulting from the ethanol plant helps create 1,540 new jobs across all sectors. Those include nearly 40 at the plant and more than 1,500 in the agricultural sector.
  • The increase in good paying jobs as a result of the facility boosts local household incomes by $49 million.


While we make it sound easy, the process of producing fuel grade denatured ethanol is far from simple. Operating 24/7/365, the Attis Ethanol Fulton manufacturing plant continues to optimize process and performance by advancing the technologies used in the production process.


Corn oil was the fastest growing feedstock for biodiesel production in 2013, further strengthening the tie between the ethanol and biodiesel industries.  Dry grind ethanol plants engaged in the extraction process, like the Attis Ethanol plant, are currently producing about 3 billion pounds of corn oil, which is sold into three primary markets: domestic biofuels, domestic feed market and the export market (for both feed and biofuels).  As production of corn oil has increased at ethanol plants, utilization by biodiesel plants, the animal feed industry and the export market have kept pace. Looking specifically at biodiesel, between 2011 and 2013, use of corn oil as a biodiesel feedstock grew by a whopping 245 percent, according to U.S. Energy Information Administration numbers.  Prior to 2000, the corn oil market was relatively small. It grew rapidly in 2008, however. That was the year that Renewable Products Marketing Group and other companies began marketing ethanol co-products.  During the second half of 2013, corn oil finally broke the 100 million pound mark not once, but on three separate occasions.  Although biodiesel production seems to be the hottest market for corn oil, its use as a feed additive cannot be easily dismissed. Poultry feed applications seem to be the most popular sector of the feed market, but other groups are beginning to emerge, such as swine feedlots looking for another fat source.  Although the potential for corn oil exists in other markets, it is not yet widely being taken advantage of. Some are thinking of the edible corn oil market, however, advancing into that market would require greater regulation, processing and, of course, capital spending.

Company NameAttis Biofuels
Business CategoryBiofuels
Address376 Owens Road
New York
United States
ZIP: 13069
Year EstablishedNA
Hours of OperationNA
Company Services
  • Biofuel
  • Corn
  • Renewableenergy
  • Biotechnology
  • Craftbrewing
  • Malt
  • Ethanol
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