Doyal is a 30 year veteran of the fuel ethanol industry, beginning his career in ethanol in 1982 with Mountain Development Corporation as a cooker and 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 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 biofuels. I am privileged to help lead the RFA and the industry in changing how America fuels its future.”
Doyal has served on the RFA Board of Directors for six years, and has been involved in the ethanol industry since the early 1980’s. He was elected to a one-year term as Vice Chairman at the RFA’s annual membership meeting this week held in Omaha, NE.
About the Al-Corn Clean Fuel: Al-Corn Clean Fuel is a farmer-owned ethanol production cooperative in Claremont, MN. Annually Al-Corn grinds 17.5 million bushels of corn and produces 50 million gallons of ethanol. In addition, the plant produces 132,000 tons of high protein livestock feed and 12 million pounds of corn oil, as well as captures carbon dioxide, all of which are resold. The cooperative model allows members and their communities to benefit from a secure local market and the co-op’s earnings and investments. Learn more at www.al-corn.com.
About the RFA: The Renewable Fuels Association is the leading trade association for America’s ethanol industry. Its mission is to advance the development, production, and use of ethanol fuel by strengthening America’s ethanol industry and raising awareness about the benefits of renewable fuels. RFA’s 200 members are working to help America become cleaner, safer, more energy independent and economically secure. RFA is governed by a Board of Directors comprised of one representative of each ethanol producing company. All Board Members get a vote in setting association policy. Visit www.EthanolRFA.org