Ethanol Is Not The Problem

By Donn Larson, Owner and President of Larson Sales, Inc. I purchased a new Poulan 3400 chainsaw back in 1978 and have used nothing but approved ethanol blends in it

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Economic Models are One Thing — Reality is Another

WASHINGTON — Science Magazine has published yet another study from environmental activist and attorney Timothy Searchinger today that re-packages his already disproven theory of food vs. fuel. His assertions about

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Ethanol and Agriculture Groups Challenge Anti-Biofuels Effort

WASHINGTON — Ethanol and agriculture industry groups came together today to advocate for continued funding of U.S. blender pump initiatives and U.S. export promotion efforts in a letter to the

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Should Premium Fuel Still Warrant a Tank?

RFA talks with thousands of fuel retailers at petroleum marketer meetings, conferences, webinars, and one-on-one meetings. Over the course of these meetings it quickly becomes clear that every decision made

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San Francisco Welcomes E85

WASHINGTON — Today marks the first offering of E85 to flex-fuel vehicle owners in San Francisco. Pearson Fuels and All Stars Fuel will be celebrating the high-octane E85 at today’s

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New USDA Report Offers Fresh Insights into Ethanol and Co-products Production

In February, the National Agriculture Statistics Service (the statistical arm of USDA) published its first reconstituted “Grain Crushings and Co-products Production” report. The report offers—for the first time—comprehensive surveyed data

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Price Still #1 for Consumers – Opportunity for Ethanol

It should come as no surprise that price remains the number one consumer concern when thinking about fuel, as Americans spend on average 5% of their household income on fuel.

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Why Is Jay Leno Misrepresenting Ethanol?

By Marc J. Rauch, Executive Vice President and Co-Publisher of THE AUTO CHANNEL There are two things that everyone knows about Jay Leno: He’s a great comedian, and he’s a

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Ethanol Exports Dip Slightly in January; Recovery of China DDG Market Continues

The United States exported 68.7 million gallons (mg) of ethanol in January, down 9% from December 2014 and the lowest since September 2014. Still, the total was nearly identical to

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Automotive Experts Counter Jay Leno’s Uncharacteristic Diatribe

WASHINGTON — Today, two well respected automotive and ethanol experts have come out against Jay Leno’s column “Can’t We Just Get Rid of Ethanol” in Autoweek magazine. Bob Reynolds, the

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