Hope Springs Eternal for Ethanol in the Far East

Last month, coinciding with the start of spring, I traveled to Taichung City, Chinese Taipei to take part in the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) forum’s conference on “Global Biofuel Trade

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AMA’s Broken Record on E15

The American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) has been front and center on the E15 discussion since 2012 and has done everything in its power to stop or slow its expansion by

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Booming Shipments to China Push March U.S. Ethanol Exports to 52-Month High

U.S. ethanol exports totaled 95.3 million gallons (mg) in March, up 42% from February and the highest monthly volume in more than four years, according to government data released on

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AMA Continues Fight Against Ethanol

On Monday, the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) released a blog attacking Rep. Dave Loebsack (D-Iowa) because he supports the expansion of renewable fuels. Really. In March, Loebsack reintroduced legislation (H.R.

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The View from the Other Side

I was a reporter professionally since 1999, but I have always loved writing and finding out the real story for as long as I can remember. Throughout my professional term,

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Brazil Stakes Claim in U.S. Ethanol Market Share while China Retreats; Falling DDGS Exports Find Legs in February

Exports of U.S. ethanol totaled 67.0 million gallons (mg) in February, down 23% from January’s 14-month high, according to RFA analysis of government data released today. Brazil overtook recent leaders

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It’s All About the Facts: Why You Should Use E10 in Marine Engines

By Bobby Likis, President and CEO of Car Clinic SeaTechMarine states:   While most of our customers are aware of the problems that ethanol-based fuels can cause in their valuable

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Consumers Aren’t Swallowing What the Chain Restaurants are Serving

The National Council of Chain Restaurants has once again trotted out the same tired misinformation to support its claims that the RFS is a failure — this time with an

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Ethanol & Water Do Mix – Same Story, Different Lake

Some of my fondest memories as a child are from the water. Whether that be fishing, skiing or just buzzing across the lakes in our family’s boat. I grew up

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China Takes U.S. Ethanol Export Market by Storm; DDGS Exports Slip by 19%

U.S. ethanol exports had a strong start in 2016, expanding 7% over December volumes to a 14-month high, according to RFA analysis of government data released late Friday. The industry

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