January U.S. Ethanol Exports Fall from December’s Record High

U.S. ethanol exports totaled 88.3 million gallons (mg) in January–roughly half of December’s record high and the lowest volume in four months, according to government data released this morning and

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Ethanol Industry Workers, Veterans Ask Trump To Support RFS

WASHINGTON — Plant managers, general managers, and CEOs from 150 biofuel production facilities, including nearly every Renewable Fuels Association (RFA) producer member, sent a letter to President Trump today, urging

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New Study: RIN Price Cap for E15 RVP Waiver “Deal” Would Cut Ethanol Consumption and Trounce Corn Prices

WASHINGTON — Any action to artificially cap Renewable Identification Number (RIN) prices in exchange for an RVP waiver allowing year-round sale of E15 would be a bad deal for rural

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It’s Official: Ethanol Production and Blending Set New Records in 2017

WASHINGTON — Data released yesterday by the Energy Information Administration (EIA) confirms that the U.S. ethanol industry produced a record amount of high-octane, low-carbon renewable fuel in 2017. According to

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RFA Statement on White House Meeting to Discuss the RFS

WASHINGTON — This afternoon, President Trump, several members of his cabinet, and a handful of senators met with a number of ethanol and oil industry stakeholders, including RFA members, to

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University of Illinois Analysis: 10-Cent RIN Price Cap Would be ‘Catastrophic’ for Renewable Fuels

WASHINGTON — A new analysis issued by University of Illinois economist Scott Irwin finds that the impact of a 10-cent cap on RIN prices, as proposed by Texas Sen. Ted

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