Celebrating the Women of the Ethanol Workforce

By Jessica Bennett, RFA Vice President for Government and External Affairs RFA works hard every day to represent all of our members and the hard-working men and women that make

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Here We Go Again: Senate Letter Plagued by Myths and Mistruths about RINs

Yesterday, a group of senators wrote a letter to President Trump regarding the January 24 decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit that found the EPA

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Crude Oil: Has the United States Really Achieved Independence?

The recent conflict with Iran and its proxies in Iraq has served as a reminder of the enduring potential for geopolitical risk to unsettle petroleum markets – not just globally

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The RFA 2020 Out-In List

Editor’s Note: In keeping with a long-standing RFA holiday tradition, our very own Senior Strategic Advisor offers his views on what is on the way “out” as we turn our

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The Atlantic’s Anti-Ethanol Errors

It is not surprising that a staffer at an organization once dubbed “a Big Oil astroturf group” would write an article attacking renewable fuels, but it is sad that a

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Correcting the Record on the Impact of Small Refinery Exemptions

By Geoff Cooper, RFA President and CEO Earlier this week, I had the honor of testifying before a House Energy & Commerce Committee subcommittee on the devastating impact of small

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Five Reasons Why Big Oil is Wrong

On Wednesday, the American Fuel & Petrochemical Manufacturers and the American Petroleum Institute sent a letter to President Trump in response to reports that the administration is considering measures to

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Fact Check…or Temper Tantrum?

Looks like we touched a nerve.  Sorry (not sorry) AFPM! In case you missed it, RFA recently ran an ad in Morning Consult comparing the effects of year-round E15 vs refinery

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Small Refiner Exemptions: It’s Time to Name Names

Despite the mounting public outcry for greater transparency (including this letter sent today by Sen. Tammy Duckworth), the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) still refuses to disclose the names of the

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