What You Need to Know about the Federal Trade Commission’s Final Rule Regarding Labeling of Ethanol Blends Beyond 10%

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has issued a final rule on how ethanol blends above 10% must be labeled at retail fuel stations. The final rule, which was published on

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Ethanol Exports Surge in December; DDGS Exports Set New Annual Record

U.S. ethanol exports finished the year on a high note, with 81.7 million gallons (mg) of product shipping out to both emerging and longtime markets. Canada was the top destination

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China Serves as Top Customer for U.S. Ethanol Exports in October

U.S. ethanol exports in October totaled 70.1 million gallons (mg), up 16% over September levels, according to RFA analysis of government data released today. For the first time ever, China

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EPA’s Final RVO Rule and the Myth of Falling Gasoline Demand

One of the oil industry’s favorite talking points in its campaign to repeal the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) is the argument that “gasoline demand is falling,” and thus refiners have

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E85 & Fleets — It’s Not Rocket Science!

RFA works with many fleets each year to assist them with meeting their federal requirements to purchase alternative fuel vehicles and ultimately use the fuel. Each year thousands of vehicles

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September U.S. Ethanol Exports Bounce Back after August Slump

DDGS Shipments Slip as China’s Share of U.S. Export Market Falls Below 50% U.S. ethanol exports in September recovered from a swoon in August, with shipments expanding 20% to 60.3

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U.S. Ethanol Exports Sank in August; DDGS Shipments Down Slightly

U.S. ethanol exports fell in August to the lowest monthly volume in more than two years, according to RFA analysis of government data released today. At 50.1 million gallons (mg),

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Pope Francis Brings his Message of Change to America

“What kind of world do we want to leave to those who come after us?” asked Pope Francis back in May in his environmental encyclical. It is a question every

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Dear EPA: The RFS Supports Food AND Fuel

By Coral Didion, Legal and Programs Analyst at Didion Milling, Inc. Food versus fuel is the misconception that we are diverting farmland and crops toward biofuel production to the detriment

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All Hands on Deck! Boaters Navigate Around Waves of Misinformation

This weekend marks the unofficial end of summer and millions of Americans will take to the nation’s highways and drive to unknown destinations. Millions of others will celebrate the long

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