WASHINGTON — The Renewable Fuels Foundation, the education and research arm of the Renewable Fuels Association, is hosting on July 7 the second of five webinars focused on ethanol’s unique octane properties, its importance as a blend component in today’s gasoline supply, and its potential role as the low-carbon octane source of choice in future fuels. The webinars are being conducted by MathPro, Inc., a firm specializing in technical and economic analysis of the petroleum refining sector.
The second webinar, entitled “Gasoline Refining and Blending 101,” will be held from 11 a.m. – noon CT.
The webinar series comes as automakers continue to push for higher octane fuels to enable greater engine efficiency and facilitate compliance with future fuel economy and greenhouse gas standards.
There will be three more webinars held in this series:
- Webinar #3: “Gasoline Blending 102 (with Ethanol)” — July 28 (11 a.m. – noon CDT)
- Webinar #4: “Future CAFE Standards” — Aug. 18 (11 a.m. – noon CDT)
- Webinar #5:“Economics of High Octane Fuels” — Sept. 8 (11 a.m. – noon CDT)
Additional details on the webinars are available here. The webinars are offered to RFA members at no charge. The fee for non-members is $250 per session or $1,000 for all five webinars. To reserve your spot, please contact Missy Ruff at firstname.lastname@example.org or 202-446-1944.