2019: The Year Ethanol Misinformation Died

If 2019 is anything like 2018, we should expect the unexpected. I won’t pretend to be Nostradamus, making wild predictions about the future, but I guarantee that prognosticators will have

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EIA Study: Refiners Could Meet 95 RON Standard Without More Ethanol

A new Energy Information Administration (EIA) study concludes that U.S. petroleum refineries would have “no problem” meeting a requirement to produce gasoline with a higher minimum octane rating (95 Research

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RFA to House Subcommittee: Ethanol’s High Octane, Low Carbon a Recipe for Future Fuels

WASHINGTON —  As the cleanest and most affordable source of octane on the world market, ethanol is perfectly suited to serve as the key ingredient in future high-octane low carbon

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RFA to EPA: High-Octane Ethanol Blends Can Help Meet 2022-2025 Fuel Economy, GHG Standards

A high-octane, low-carbon ethanol blend in optimized engines would be the lowest cost means of achieving compliance with fuel economy and greenhouse gas (GHG) standards for model year (MY) 2022-2025

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RFA Applauds Administration for Recalling Fuel Economy Rules, Allowing for a More Comprehensive Approach

WASHINGTON—In response to the Trump administration’s decision today recalling EPA’s federal fuel economy and emissions rules, and allowing for a data-driven review of the 2022-2025 standards, Renewable Fuels Association President

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RFA Hosts Fourth Octane Webinar Thursday

The Renewable Fuels Foundation, the education and research arm of the Renewable Fuels Association, is hosting the  fourth of five webinars on Thursday focused on ethanol’s unique octane properties, its

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