RFA Responds to EU Ethanol Investigation

Washington – On November 24, the European Union (EU) initiated anti-dumping and countervailing duty investigations regarding U.S. exports of ethanol to Europe and current U.S. policies surrounding ethanol production and

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RFA Statement on Supercommittee Progress

Washington – The apparent failure of the so-called supercommittee to find the required $1.2 trillion in budget savings is not coming as a surprise to many inside the Beltway.  The

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Washington – The Renewable Fuels Association has labeled yet another attempt by Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner (R-WI) to deny American consumers the choice of using E15 ethanol blends as “missing the

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Ethanol Exports Surge in September, While Distillers Grains Exports Slide

Ethanol exports rebounded sharply in September, as shipments to Brazil hit their highest level since April. According to U.S. government data released today, a total of 105.8 million gallons (mg)

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IEA: Rising Demand and Declining Resources Confirms the End of Cheap Oil

TORONTO, Canada – Today’s release of the IEA’s annual World Energy Outlook in London has again confirmed the end of cheap oil blaming growing energy demand and declining oil reserves.

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Ethanol and Water, Hold the Ice

Recent claims from some marine engine manufacturers that E15 ethanol blends will ruin marine engines are meant solely to incite fear and not meaningful discussion.  A meaningful discussion would note

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RFA Responds to Allegations for European Ethanol Producers

Washington – A press statement from the European ethanol association ePure today confirmed they are requesting an investigation into U.S. ethanol tax policy and trade.  At issue is a European

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