Ethanol Fuels Air Show Performance by Greg Poe

It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s Greg Poe, and he (or his airplane rather) is fueled by ethanol!! This past weekend, RFA staff made their way to the Offutt

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The American Spectator: Voice of Big Oil?

The August 27 blog post “Corny Capitalism” on the American Spectator website begs the question: When did The American Spectator stop fact checking?  In fact, with the outdated information used

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The Games They’ll Play to Keep Us Addicted to Oil

The Big Oil Status Quo coalition is up to their old games again.  They are deploying every stall tactic they can think of to keep the EPA from making a

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Membership Spotlight: East Kansas Agri-Energy Turns Five!!

This October, RFA Member East Kansas Agri-Energy, LLC (EKAE) will be celebrating their 5th year anniversary of ethanol production and helping fuel America. A short five years ago, EKAE accepted

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DDGs Feed Livestock and Our Economy- Export Exchange 2010

You are most likely aware of ethanol fuel, but how much do you know about ethanol’s co-product, dried distillers grains, or DDGs? DDGs are commonly used as livestock feed as

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Rev Up Your Engines, Ethanol Promotion at Sturgis Was A Success

The engines have cooled throughout the Black Hills of South Dakota as the 70th Annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally has come to a close. A week-long gathering of motorcycle enthusiasts taking

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5 Billion Gallon Challenge Isn’t As Clean as it Seems

The growth and commercialization of next generation biofuels is essential to the long term success of America’s ethanol industry.  This success does not need to come at the expense of

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Harvesting Corn for Local Chicago Area Shelters

Community members gathered last week on a family farm in Manhattan, Illinois to harvest sweet corn to donate to local food banks of the under-served Chicago area. Boy Scouts, Church

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No Surprise Here – More Problems Emerge with RFS Greenhouse Gas Calculations

It should come as no surprise that the ethanol industry remains opposed to the inclusion of highly uncertain and prescriptive emissions from indirect land use change (ILUC) in the lifecycle

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Senate to Adjourn with No Energy Bill… Not That Anyone is Surprised

On April 20, the Deepwater Horizon oil rig suffered an extraordinary catastrophe costing 11 people their lives and spilling hundreds of millions of gallons of oil into the Gulf of

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