An Environmental Protection Agency proposal would treat ethanol plants the same as corn milling plants for grain when it comes to Clean Air Act standards.
Transportation issues have been added to the growing list of concerns about how demand for ethanol will be able to be met this year
A trademarked ethanol cocktail called Ecalene might make a good domestic fuel compromise.
The Governor’s Ethanol Coalition met this week in Washington, DC and passed a resolution urging major auto makers to make more flex-fuel vehicles that can run on 85 percent ethanol.
Here are some pictures from the “Energy Independence Rally” yesterday at the Missouri State Capitol.
The sudden interest of private companies wanting to invest in ethanol plants is causing some consternation in the midwest.
After noon Mass today I happened upon an ethanol rally at the state Capitol.
An economist who makes his living forecasting the future of oils and oilseeds says that the supply of fats and oils in the world is not enough to keep pace with demand.
Demand for ethanol is up and it is becoming evident that domestic production will not be able to supply it all. So, the possibility of lifting the current import duty on ethanol, particularly from Brazil, is being raised in Washington.
This NY Times article is all about how turning corn in to ethanol requires natural gas and the research that is being done to turn ethanol into more cost-effective energy alternative