NPR: Lop-sided and Outdated. Where’s Big Oil?

As NPR is still reeling from the November congressional and public outcry to bar local public radio stations from using taxpayer dollars to purchase NPR programing as a result of

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It is true that watching a bill being crafted is a bit like sausage making.  For America’s ethanol industry that was facing potential job losses and America’s consumers who were

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October Ethanol and DDG Exports

October was another strong month for U.S. ethanol exports, according to government data released today. October shipments of denatured and undenatured (non-beverage) ethanol totaled 34.9 million gallons, down 9.9% from

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Answering Ethanol Attacks That ‘Just Ain’t So’

These days, it seems that, whenever politicians, pundits or self-styled policy experts want to prove how brave and brilliant they are, they take a shot at American ethanol. To hear

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UPDATE: VEETC Debate Remains Unchanged

The question of the day is:  Is VEETC in or out?  The short answer is only those in the room know for sure. President Obama announced last night that a

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What’s Up Next for Ethanol Tax Policy?

Now that the weekend’s CSPAN theatrics over tax cuts are over, the real work and compromises necessary to get legislation passed can commence in earnest – including if, for how

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If a Tree Doesn’t Fall in the Forest, Will ENGOs and Regulators Notice?

It’s been almost three years since former Environmental Defense Fund attorney Timothy Searchinger wrote in Science magazine, “Higher prices triggered by biofuels will accelerate forest and grassland conversion [in Latin

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