ACE Fly-in Comes at Critical Time for Ethanol

Cindy Zimmerman

The Midwest continues to experience the devastating impact of flooding, EPA has proposed a rule that would allow year-round sales of E15, and Small Refinery Exemptions are still being granted. That’s just a few of the critical issues facing corn farmers, ethanol producers and fuel retailers as the American Coalition for Ethanol (ACE) holds its 11th annual DC Fly-in.

ACE president Duane Kristensen, Chief Ethanol Fuels in Hastings, Nebraska, kicked off the event this morning, which also included a visit from EPA Air and Radiation assistant administrator Bill Wehrum. In this interview, he talks about the situation in Nebraska, and what the industry is taking to the Hill today.

ACE19DC Interview with ACE president Duane Kristensen, Chief Ethanol

2019 ACE Fly-in Photo Album

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