The Obama administration proposes a reduction in the renewable fuel standard for 2014, citing lower than expected gasoline demand.
Old media howler: An Associated Press “investigation” discovers mostly long-known and widely discussed problems with U.S. ethanol policy. And, it’s all Obama’s fault.
The EPA is waffling on the mandate, big oil is suing, biofuels companies are pressing for E15, pols want probes … it’s crazy times for the ethanol industry.
The heat is on for ethanol, as the oil industry lobbies the Obama administration to lower the ethanol-gas mandate for 2014.
The federal requirement to blend corn ethanol into gasoline is polluting America’s air and water, contributing to climate change, hurting consumers and hindering the development of cleaner biofuels.
The U.S. Department of Energy announces grants totaling $13 million for four projects trying to make drop-in biofuels economically viable.
The Union of Concerned Scientists says the U.S. needs to reduce its biofuels mandate while fuels from nonfood feedstocks slowly come online.
Instead of doing costly ethanol plant conversions, new catalysts could make it possible to turn ethanol itself into superior butanol fuel.
The U.S. ethanol mandate is lowering the nation’s greenhouse-gas footprint — but could be increasing emissions around the globe, according to a new study.
Aiming to become the go-to green gas station, Propel Fuels this week said it had raised $21 million that it will put toward expansion.
Chain restaurants blame ethanol for raising food prices; ethanol producers say it’s not so. But what if we didn’t eat so much corn?