EPAct’s 11th Birthday is Something to Celebrate

On Monday, Aug. 8, the Energy Policy Act of 2005 (EPAct) celebrated its 11th anniversary. Not on a first name basis with acronyms? It’s the law that gave us the

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U.S. Swaps Ethanol with Brazil in June, as China Exits the Market

U.S. ethanol exports totaled 46.4 million gallons (mg) in June, down 17% from May and the lowest since July 2013. According to government trade data released this morning and analyzed

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Bloomberg Gets Duped by Anti-RFS Crowd

Here we go again. We didn’t think it could get much worse than the Associated Press hit piece on ethanol in late 2013. But an ethanol hatchet job by Bloomberg

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Ethanol Exports Fall to Nine-Month Low in May; China Drives U.S. DDGS Export Expansion

U.S. ethanol exports totaled 55.7 million gallons (mg) in May, a considerable 42% drop (40 mg) from April, according to government data released and analyzed by the Renewable Fuels Association

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July 4 and Energy Independence Are More Linked Than You Realize

Did you know that there were 56 signers to the Declaration of Independence and John Hancock was the first one to sign (and the origination of the term “John Hancock”)?

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Comment Period Countdown: The Public’s Opportunity to Show Support for a Strong RFS

The Environmental Protection Agency says it is determined to get the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) back on track, but so far the agency has kept the program’s wheels spinning. In

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Ford’s “Fuel of the Future” Still Powering America Forward

This month marks the 120th anniversary of an automotive milestone: Henry Ford’s test drive of his first vehicle, the Quadricycle. The 20-mile-an-hour Quadricycle, which was literally built using two sets

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U.S. Net Ethanol Exports Hit 52-Month High; China is Top Market for Second Straight Month

U.S. ethanol exports totaled 95.5 million gallons (mg) in April, a slight 300,000 gallons higher than March and the highest monthly volume since December 2011, according to government data released

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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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