RFA Announces Board of Directors and New Officers

In conjunction with the RFA’s Annual Meeting being held September 30th, the RFA is please to announce the Board of Directors and New Officers for FY 2011. Chuck Woodside, General

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Anti-Ethanol Voices Crank Up Before E15 (initial) Announcement

As you have probably seen, the usual cadre of suspects that have opposed the use of E15 and other ethanol blends above 10% are at it again.  In an oddly

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A Bloomberg story today warned that deficit hawks in Congress – and potentially those that might be elected this fall – are targeting ethanol as an example of wasteful government

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New Study Give the Green Light to EPA to OK E15 for All Vehicles

In the coming weeks, the EPA is expected to announce a ruling on whether to increase the ethanol content allowed in gasoline blends from 10 percent (E10) to 15 percent

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3 Questions DOE and Congress Must Answer About the Renewable Energy Loan Guarantee Program

Since its creation, the Department of Energy’s Renewable Energy Loan Guarantee Program (as established by the 2005 energy bill) has been defined by inaction and obstruction and is largely seen

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New Study Concludes No Need for EPA’s Proposed Bifurcation of E15

It’s a mystery.  For what reason does the EPA suggest it needs to bifurcate the introduction of E15 for cars 2001 and newer?  Since an answer hasn’t been provided to

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Record Corn Crop…. Record Speculation

While most Americans got a head start to the long Labor Day weekend by knocking off early Friday, corn futures traders had their most active day in 133 years. According

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They’re Baaack: Speculators Return to Grain Markets En Masse

You may not have noticed, but hedge and index fund investors have quietly returned to the agricultural commodities market in droves over the past few weeks. With the stock market

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Brazil’s Government Funded, Government Nurtured Ethanol Industry

Those who live in glass house ought not throw stones.  It is quite brazenly disingenuous for UNICA to lecture Americans on our national ethanol policy.  The Brazilian government has had

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