America Needs More “Fiascos” Like Ethanol

If you were to listen only to critics of ethanol, you would believe that ethanol is responsible for nearly every trouble the world is facing.  Food riots in corrupt nations

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RFA Responds to Marine Industry Claims on E15

Washington – In response to hyperbolic claims of failures in marine engine applications when using E15, the Renewable Fuels Association issued the following response: “We are listening to the concerns

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Advanced Ethanol Companies Press Ag Committees on Farm Bill

Washington, DC – In a letter to Senate and House ag leaders, the Advanced Ethanol Council (AEC) urged the current farm bill discussion to include extensions and smart modifications to

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Mark Your Calendars: Export Exchange 2012 Set for Minneapolis Oct. 22-24

(Washington)– The U.S. Grains Council and the Renewable Fuels Association are pleased to announce dates for the Export Exchange 2012, an international trade conference focused on the export of U.S.

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RFA Applauds Big 3’s Commitment to FFVs, Releases Comprehensive List

Washington – The Renewable Fuels Association (RFA) today commended General Motors, Ford Motor Company, and Chrysler for meeting their pledge to produce 50 percent of their new vehicles as flexible

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DDGS Valued at 1.22:1 when Compared to Traditional Corn, Soy Feed Rations

Washington – A new report from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) found that the animal feed produced by U.S. ethanol plants (known as distillers grains or DDGS) is replacing

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RFA, Alt Fuel Groups Press for Open Fuel Standard

Washington – The Renewable Fuels Association (RFA), the nation’s largest ethanol trade association, is joining with leaders in other alternative fuel industries to press Congress to enact an Open Fuel

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Update: RFA Slams McCain Anti-Ethanol Amendment

October 20, 2011 Update: Late Wednesday night, Sen. McCain withdrew his amendment and no vote will be taken. Washington – With tens of millions of Americans still unemployed or underemployed,

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New Reports Fault Speculation for Volatile Commodity, Food Prices

Washington – Two new reports independently concluded that speculation in the commodities market is having an unduly large effect in driving prices for goods like gasoline and food higher for

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August Ethanol Exports Dip; DDGS Exports Surge

After setting a new monthly record in July, U.S. ethanol exports were down sharply in August, according to government data released today. Exports of denatured and undenatured (non-beverage) ethanol totaled

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