Ethanol Helps Fourth of July Travelers Declare Independence from High Gas Prices

WASHINGTON–A record number of travelers will take to America’s highways and byways this Fourth of July holiday, and ethanol will be lowering the price they pay for gasoline while simultaneously

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Ethanol Saves Consumers Money at the Pump, RFA Analysis Finds

WASHINGTON — The summer driving season kicks off in just a few weeks and the Energy Information Administration is already warning drivers that they are likely to see the highest

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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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RFA Characterizes New API Study as “Nothing New”

WASHINGTON — RFA President and CEO Bob Dinneen released the following statement in response to a conference call held today by the American Petroleum Institute (API), discussing the results of

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Why I Chose to Buy a Flex-Fuel Vehicle

By Steve Riggs, Kentucky State Representative (D) for the 31st district. In the past, when I bought a vehicle, I went through the same checklist most of us have.  I

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EIA Data Show Refinery Outage Caused Spike in Midwest Gasoline Prices

WASHINGTON — Data released this week by the Energy Information Administration (EIA) confirm that the unplanned outage of a 240,000-barrels-per-day unit at a refinery in Whiting, Indiana, caused gas prices

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RFA Asks EPA to Provide Relief to Midwest Consumers in Wake of Refinery Outage

WASHINGTON — Renewable Fuels Association President and CEO Bob Dinneen issued the following statement in response to the shutdown of the BP 240,000-barrels-per-day refinery in Whiting, Indiana, which has caused

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Celebrating a Decade of Success: The RFS Turns 10!

WASHINGTON — This Saturday marks 10 years since the Energy Policy Act of 2005 (EPAct) containing the original Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) was signed into law by President George W.

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New Statistical Analysis: Retail Gas Prices Unaffected by Renewable Fuel Standard RIN Credits

WASHINGTON — Retail gasoline prices from 2013 through the first quarter of 2015 were unaffected by prices for “RIN credits” (Renewable Identification Numbers) that are used to demonstrate compliance with

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