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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Terminal Availability of E15 Grows as EPA Prepares to Remove RVP Barrier

This first appeared in the March edition of Ethanol Producer Magazine and is reprinted here. When E15 (gasoline containing 15% ethanol) debuted in 2012, it was created at retail sites

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RFA Uses “Superpowers” to Assist Thousands of Sites with Infrastructure Assessments

**This first appeared in the February edition of Ethanol Producer Magazine and is reprinted here.** Remember how amazed you were the first time you watched Superman use his unique superpower

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2019: The Year Ethanol Misinformation Died

If 2019 is anything like 2018, we should expect the unexpected. I won’t pretend to be Nostradamus, making wild predictions about the future, but I guarantee that prognosticators will have

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The RFA Annual In/Out List of 2019

With the benefit of hindsight, 2018 is now widely seen as a transformative year in both politics and ethanol.  So as 2018 comes to a close and we look back

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Big Oil’s E15 Hypocrisy: Hello Pot, Meet Kettle

  This first appeared in the December 2018 edition of Ethanol Producer Magazine and is reprinted here.   While President Donald Trump’s October announcement calling for the year-round availability of

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Demand Destruction from Small Refinery Exemptions is Clear and Continuing

There has been a media blitz lately by the oil industry saying that ethanol demand has been unaffected by the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) rampant grants of Renewable Fuel Standard

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The Truth About E15 and Smog

On October 9, President Trump announced that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will soon begin a rulemaking process to allow year-round sales of E15 (gasoline containing 15% ethanol) in conventional

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