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Wed May 14, 2014 10:58 AM CDT

GreenShift Extends Ongoing Service Contract with Sunoco

OAKHURST, N.J. (DTN) --- GS CleanTech Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of GreenShift Corporation, on Wednesday, May 14, announced it has extended its ongoing service contract with Sunoco Inc. through the end of 2016.

The contract calls for GS CleanTech to provide maintenance and corn yield enhancements for the Corn Oil Extraction System licensed to Sunoco at its Fulton ethanol plant.

Whit Davis, GreenShift's engineer in charge of the Sunoco account, said, "We enjoy working with oil refiners who have ethanol assets. We see that they appreciate the renewable benefit ethanol provides the ...

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