Here are links to a couple of stories I found today during my usual Google news search for ethanol.
A Florida-based domestic fuel company is causing some citrus producers to consider switching to corn
The latest figures from the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) show that ethanol production in the U.S. averaged 269,000 barrels per day (b/d) in October, up 8,000 b/d from September.
Our neighbors to the north may soon have a national biofuels standard.
Wisconsin is poised to become the fourth to enact an ethanol blend requirement for gasoline.
Now we’ve got an ethanol plant being built on the east coast. That’s different! We’ve seen so many of them being built in the midwest that it was only a matter of time until we saw them popping up in other areas.
Farm Foundation and USDA’s Office of Energy Policy and New Uses kicked off their Energy from Agriculture conference today in St. Louis
In the latest Long Term Energy Outlook report issued by the Energy Information Administration, higher oil prices are expected to increase demand for “unconventional sources of transportation fuel, such as ethanol and biodiesel.”