DuPont Joins Advanced Ethanol Council (AEC)

WASHINGTON — The Advanced Ethanol Council (AEC) is pleased to welcome DuPont as a new member. Through a unique combination of agricultural, biotechnology, chemical and material science capabilities, DuPont’s Industrial

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Marathon Executive to Headline National Ethanol Conference

WASHINGTON — The Renewable Fuels Association is proud to announce David Whikehart, Director of Product Supply and Optimization at Marathon Petroleum Company, as the keynote speaker at the 19th annual

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RFA on WASDE – Warning: Absolute Wrong Time to Reduce RFS

WASHINGTON — Today’s USDA January WASDE and Crop Production Report confirms the 2013 crop was a record-breaker, as farmers harvested 13.93 billion bushels and achieved an average yield of 159

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Ethanol Exports Skyrocket in November; DDGS Exports Set New Monthly Record

U.S. ethanol exports surged to 82.4 million gallons (mg) in November, with large volumes finding their way into new or emerging markets such as China, the Philippines, India, Tunisia, Panama,

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U.S. Ethanol Export Opportunities Abound

WASHINGTON — U.S. ethanol exports surged to 82.4 million gallons (mg) in November, with large volumes finding their way into new or emerging markets such as China and India, as

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New Statistical Analysis Shows RINs Have No Impact on Retail Gas Prices

WASHINGTON — Retail gasoline prices were unaffected by the erratic surge in prices for Renewable Identification Number (RIN) credits in 2013, according to a detailed statistical analysis conducted by Informa

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AEC Criticizes “60 Minutes” Piece for Missing the Big Picture

WASHINGTON — Brooke Coleman, executive director of the Advanced Ethanol Council (AEC), released the following statement today in response to last night’s “60 Minutes” piece criticizing the Department of Energy’s

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New University Analysis: No Changes Needed to 2014 and 2015 Renewable Fuel Requirements

WASHINGTON — The Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) proposal to slash 2014 Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) blending requirements is unwarranted and economically irrational, according to a new analysis released today by

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