Washington – Over the past 30 years, and in particular in the past decade, ethanol production has quietly become increasingly efficient.  From improvements in corn production to greater efficiencies at

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RFA Comment on the Debt Deal and Ethanol

Please find below a comment from RFA President and CEO Bob Dinneen on the current debt deal and the future of ethanol and energy tax policy under this agreement: “The

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RFA Offers FREE E15 Label for Gasoline Retailers

Omaha – Continuing efforts to expand the market for ethanol-blended fuels, the Renewable Fuels Association today is announcing it will offer EPA-approved labels to gasoline marketers free of charge. The

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RFA Fuels 71st Sturgis Motorcycle Rally with Ethanol Pride

Washington – Thousands of motorcycle enthusiasts from across the country will ride through the rolling Black Hills of South Dakota next week and once again be greeted at the Legendary

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Imported Oil Driving U.S. Trade Imbalance; Domestic Ethanol, Feed Providing Some Counterbalance

Washington – America’s trade deficit is growing and one reason for that is our crippling dependence on imported oil.  According to U.S. Census Bureau data, our appetite for foreign oil

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Ethanol Emergency Safety Training Takes to Indianapolis

Washington – The Renewable Fuels Association (RFA) and the Greater Indiana Clean Cities, Inc. will be co-hosting an Ethanol Safety Seminar in Indianapolis, IN on August 3rd at the Indiana

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New Analysis Continues to Disprove Food v. Fuel Canard

For More Information:  Bruce Scherr, Chairman of the Board and CEO of Informa Economics: bruce.scherr@informaecon.com Washington—There is no statistical evidence to support the argument that growth in ethanol production is

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America’s Ethanol Industry is Leading the Way, RFA Writes to President Obama

Washington – The Renewable Fuels Association today sent a letter to President Obama detailing the dynamic state of America’s ethanol industry. The letter was prompted by remarks President Obama made

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