Overview

The Albion plant, located on 107 acres about 50 miles southwest of Norfolk, produces ethanol, distillers grains livestock feed and fuel- and feed-grade corn oil. With original startup in October 2007, the plant was acquired by Valero in April 2009.

The plant buys corn from local farmers through Cargill within a 90-mile radius.

 

By the Numbers

Valero Albion Ethanol Plant Infographic

In Our Community

Albion Employees Give Back

Valero volunteer t-shirt

Volunteer Hours

Employees and families annually log more than 1,700 volunteer hours, for events including Habitat for Humanity, Chamber of Commerce activities and flood recovery assistance, including sand bagging and cleanup, evacuation and donation of food and other basic needs.

Valero Texas Open golf ball

Benefiting Children

In 2019, the plant distributed $35,000 from the Valero Texas Open and Benefit for Children to local charities nominated by employees, including Blessings in a Backpack Inc., Boone Central TeamMates, Farm 4 A Cure Inc., Nebraska Children's Home Society, Nebraska Community Foundation, Stephanie's Miracles in Loving Equine and TeamMates Mentoring Program of Fullerton.

Valero volunteers at United Way Day of Caring

United Way Giving

Employee pledges, additional donations and a company match totaled approximately $51,000 in donations to the local United Way for 2019.

Safety Awards & Honors

Firefighting helmet and equipment

 

  • Multiple quarterly Valero STAR Metric awards for achieving no incidents in five key areas of process safety, reliability, environmental, rail safety, and policy and procedure compliance.

  • Nebraska Safety Council Award

Local Information

Contact Us Plant Manager: Andy Roberts