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17.01.2017

New RFA Brochure Outlines 2017 Flex Fuel Vehicle (FFV) Offerings

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WASHINGTON — More than 21 million automobiles on U.S. roadways today are flexible fuel vehicles (FFVs), which can run on fuel blends containing up to 85 percent ethanol (E85). Is [...]

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17.01.2017

Inauguration Week Ad Recognizes Trump Leadership on Biofuels

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WASHINGTON, DC — The nation’s top renewable fuel advocates are celebrating inauguration week with a new television ad highlighting President-elect Donald Trump’s vocal support for jobs in the

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13.01.2017

UN Data Demonstrates Increased Corn, Ethanol Production Not Causing Food Price Rise

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The United Nation’s Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) announced Thursday that prices of major global food commodities declined in 2016 for the fifth year in a row. The FAO Food [...]

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12.01.2017

USDA Analysis Reaffirms Ethanol’s GHG Emissions Reduction Benefits

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WASHINGTON — The U.S. Department of Agriculture issued new analysis today on the lifecycle greenhouse gas emissions of corn-based ethanol. The analysis, conducted by ICF, found that typical

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06.01.2017

U.S. Ethanol Exports Continue to Surge in November, as Shipments to Brazil Swell

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The United States exported 121.9 million gallons (mg) of ethanol in November—down 7% from October’s huge total, but still the third-largest monthly total in five years, according to government

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22.12.2016

Taking Stock of 2016

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I’m closing out my first year here at the Renewable Fuels Association and couldn’t be more proud of the work we have done this year in championing ethanol–the cleanest and [...]

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13.12.2016

DOE Data: Half of United States Broke Through So-Called “Blend Wall” in 2015

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WASHINGTON — Recent data from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) shows that gasoline consumed in 25 states and the District of Columbia contained more than 10.0 percent ethanol on [...]

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09.12.2016

RFA Statement on Governors’ Biofuels Coalition Letter to Trump on RFS Support

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WASHINGTON — Today, the governors of Nebraska, Iowa and South Dakota, on behalf of the Governors’ Biofuels Coalition, sent a letter to President-Elect Trump, thanking him for his support of [...]

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06.12.2016

October U.S. Ethanol Exports Continue Meteoric Rise While Import Market Fizzles

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In October, the United States exported the largest monthly volume of ethanol since December 2011, according to government trade data released today and analyzed by the Renewable Fuels

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RT @OPISBiofuels: .@EthanolRFA President & CEO @ethanolbob said he's feeling encouraged and reassured by Pruitt's RFS comments at his confi…
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RT @MissouriCorn: Last night @EthanolRFA's Geoff Cooper discussed ethanol and policy with corn growers during the MCGA Dist. 6 Winter Mtg.…
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RT @mncorn: Check out the new @EthanolRFA 2017 Flex Fuel Vehicle brochure to see available FFV models. https://t.co/t0IRwgTfu4 #ethanol @Cl…
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RT @racheldgantz: .@SenDuckworth going after Pruitt on what she sees as inconsistencies in #RFS comments.
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RT @racheldgantz: Pruitt: "It is not the job of the admintrator of the EPA to do anything other than administer the [RFS] program."
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RT @racheldgantz: In response to q's from @SenatorFischer, Pruitt says he is committed to #RFS and to honor the timelines outlined by Congr…
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RT @racheldgantz: A reminder for @EthanolConf attendees--Our exclusive federal policy webinar begins now. Hear thoughts on the Trump presid…
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RT @EnergyGOP: TIME CHANGE: Nomination hearing of @GovernorPerry to be Energy Secretary will start at 9:30AM tomorrow (1/19).
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RT @racheldgantz: Pruitt confirmation hearing about to begin. Watch on @cspan 2 for those not in the room.
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Two days until #InaugurationDay. @realDonaldTrump knows there’s no reason to reverse course on #ethanol or the #RFS. https://t.co/Nttl7RvstW
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