No Photo Available

Last Update


This profile was last updated on .

Is this you? Claim your profile.

Wrong Brad Frazee?

Mr. Brad Frazee Sr.

Get ZoomInfo Grow

+ Get 10 Free Contacts a Month

Please agree to the terms and conditions

I agree to the Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. I understand that I will receive a subscription to ZoomInfo Grow at no charge in exchange for downloading and installing the ZoomInfo Contact Contributor utility which, among other features, involves sharing my business contacts as well as headers and signature blocks from emails that I receive.

Background Information

Employment History

Vice President, Division Manager, Biofuels Division

Intrepid Technology & Resources, Inc.

General Manager

Intrepid Technology & Resources, Inc.

Vice President Biomethane Operations

Intrepid Technology & Resources, Inc.

ITR Vice President of the Division


Vice President


Division Manager

The Biofuels

Vice President

The Biofuels


B.S. degree

Chemical Engineering

Web References (30 Total References)

News from Guild Associates - Molecular Gate Technology, Nitrogen Rejection, Gas Separation [cached]

"We are pleased that this system enabled us to bring the gas to pipeline purity and allow the delivery to an interstate pipeline," said Brad Frazee, Vice-President biomethane operations for Intrepid.

Bradly Frazee, Vice ... [cached]

Bradly Frazee, Vice President, Division Manager, Biofuels Division

Mr. Frazee holds a B.S. degree in Chemical Engineering and brings 20 years of project and operations experience to the corporation.Brad has been instrumental in bringing major chemical and nuclear systems through construction and into production.His previous management and operational positions with Westinghouse, Lockheed Martin, and Bechtel, combined with this chemical engineering expertise complement Intrepid's engineering and construction arm and provide him with the vision and the skills necessary to effectively and profitably manage the Biofuels business line.

Although the company is not yet ... [cached]

Although the company is not yet ready to disclose the location for the plant, Bradley Frazee, general manager of Intrepid Technology & Resources Incorporated said, "The 12 sites that have been looked at has been narrowed and Magic Valley stands out with its nice dairy herds."

Idaho does not currently produce enough grain to supply the plant and would in fact need double the amount currently produced, with corn being the preferred commodity, said Frazee.
A typical plant uses 15 million bushels of grain per year, he said.
"Which is simply more corn than is available in Idaho right now," Frazee said.
"We would have to bring grain in from out-of-state to get it started," he said.
The type of corn usually used is 105 or 95 day corn, said Frazee.
After the ethanol is produced the by-product can be used as a 30 percent protein cattle feed, which is what makes the dairy herds so attractive, Frazee said.
The other economic up-side of the plant locating in this area would be increased jobs in the community including 28 high-paying jobs with a $1 million payroll.The plant would also need about 30 truck drivers, Frazee said.
It would also increase the tax base of the county it locates in," said Frazee.
The down side of an ethanol plant is that it is an industrial setting with a steam plume and possibly odor if it is not run properly, he said.
"Exporting the ethanol out of Idaho would yield a better return in the long run," said Frazee.
"The petroleum industry is violently against this right now.They could stand to lose 10 percent of their business," said Frazee.
Frazee said he believes we will see $2 per gallon at the gas pumps in the next few years which will make ethanol a popular choice.
The company will finalize the site within the next month and permitting and design is expected to take another year, said Frazee.
"We are two years away from seeing grain going into a plant," he said.

MATR News: Digester about to go into production - Plan in the wind to help gassy cows [cached]

Brad Frazee of Intrepid Technologies says their digester concept at Whitesides Dairy will allow them to produce a lower priced gas product.

FRAZEE -"Natural gas is current up around seven dollars and its expected to break ten over the winter heating months, probably 30 to 40 percent higher than a year ago.
Brad Frazee, ITR Vice President of the Bio-fuel division, stated this morning,

All of the gas will be ... [cached]

All of the gas will be put into a pipeline and sold to Intermountain Gas Company, according to ITR Vice President Brad Frazee.

Similar Profiles

Other People with this Name

Other people with the name Frazee

Lisa Frazee

Mark Frazee
Phoenix Pollution Control & Environmental Services , Inc.

Belinda Frazee
Indiana University Health

Ruth Frazee
Dickson Insurance Inc

Kirk Frazee

City Directory Icon

Browse ZoomInfo's Business Contact Directory by City

People Directory Icon

Browse ZoomInfo's
Business People Directory

Company Directory Icon

Browse ZoomInfo's
Advanced Company Directory