Tom Willis is currently serving as the CEO and president of Conestoga Energy Holdings, LLC, whose primary business is the production and trading of renewable fuels. Under Willis’ direction, Conestoga Energy Holdings has grown from a startup company with four employees 11 years ago to a diversified company with current gross annual revenues of over $1.5 billion. In addition to CEH, Willis is involved in several other diverse business ventures including farming, a trailer leasing and repair business, and a feed manufacturing company. Tom currently serves on the National Sorghum Producers Board of Directors, The Koch Foundation’s Youth Entrepreneur Board, and the Seward County Hospital Board of Trustees. He is a past chairman of the Kansas Association of Ethanol Producers and a past president of the Montana Grain and Feed Association. He is also very active in local, state and national politics.
Last day of The Biofuels Academy! It’s been a great week of education and networking. Now to take it across the finish line. A big thanks to Zach Martin from @GrowthEnergy Who talked about what’s going on in Washington and how it effects our industry! #getbiofuels #LBDS #BFA2021 https://t.co/4IvDItodE4
"If we moved to a 15% ethanol blend nationally, greenhouse gas emission would be reduced by 17 million tons each year, the equivalent of taking nearly 4 million cars off the road each year." Read the full interview with Chris Bliley from @GrowthEnergy: https://t.co/vVgTqW7Rcr https://t.co/KOpktbWspM