Working with U.S. legislators is important for members of the National Corn Growers Association.
The key ingredients for a looming crack-up in ethanol — the fast rise of electric vehicles, lukewarm politics and more evidence of catastrophic climate change — are in place and few in U.S. ag policy circles are prepared to face that reality.
Rural broadband connectivity continues to be a priority for Indiana Farm Bureau members.
It’s a widely held belief that if you want to get ahead in farm group politics, you can’t be political. Well, not overtly political, anyway. Quietly, sure; loud and you’re outa’ here.
The ethanol industry was hit with a second upper court reversal in a week. The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals on July 2 reversed a 2019 Environmental Protection Agency rule that lifted restrictions on the year-round sale of a 15% ethanol fuel blend.
The U.S. Supreme Court overturned a 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruling that struck down three small refinery exemptions granted by previous Environmental Protection Agency administrators.
Bruce Heine first saw ethanol’s potential impact through his family’s gasoline retail business in 1980.
The Renewable Fuels Association is celebrating its 40th year of advocating for the ethanol industry and its early struggles were many. RFA’s roots began on the heels of the 1973 oil embargo and 1979 oil crisis, and Ron Miller, now president of Agresti Energy, was there during those early days when “gasohol” tried to gain traction in the marketplace.
The U.S. Court of Appeals vacated three 11th-hour small refineries exemptions granted by the previous administration’s Environmental Protection Agency.
The serious impacts of the recent cyber attack brings to light the need for greater energy infrastructure diversity.