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Could the RFS Move Toward a Low Carbon Program Like LCFS?

by Jeff Barber (OPIS)  The idea of revising the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) to operate more like the Low Carbon Fuel Standard (LCFS) appears to be getting a fresh look. The rise in prices for  California’s LCFS credits may be a motivating factor. More about

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#Ethanol Groups Support Trump’s Election

by Joanna Schroeder (Energy.AgWired.com)  Donald Trump has been elected as 45th President of the United States. In response to the  news, several ethanol groups, on behalf of the industry, are sending out their congratulations. “The president-elect repeatedly expressed strong support for

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Trump's Victory Shatters Energy Landscape

by Anthony Adragna (Politico's Morning Energy)  ...  Biofuels: Trump said in Iowa in January that he wants ethanol volumes set under the Renewable Fuel Standard restored to statutory levels, but he has surrounded himself with RFS opponents, leaving the future of

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US Elections: Who Wins, Who Loses - What Trump's Victory Means for the Bioeconomy

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digests)  In Washington, Donald Trump captured the US Presidency in an upset victory that confounded pollsters and political pundits even as it delighted supporters of his maverick candidacy based on themes of immigration and trade reform

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Ethanol’s Prime Spot in the E&C Chairman’s Race

by Mark Drajem & Ari Natter and James Rowley (Bloomberg)  ... Similar to Hillary Clinton’s dilemma on pipelines, a Trump administration could be caught between competing interests on approval for renewable projects or transmission lines on public lands. Trump has called

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Get Ready for Divided Government, Again

by Douglas L. Faulkner (The Cleantech Conservative/Biofuels Digest)  ... America is divided in so many ways: by ideology, class, gender, education and race, and even by geography. There is a political and economic chasm between the coasts and the interior as

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A Trump Presidency Could Mean 3.4 Billion Tons More U.S. Carbon Emissions than a Clinton One

(Lux Research)  The U.S. energy landscape is poised for a transformation under either president, but Trump’s policies would leave emissions 16% higher after two terms than Clinton’s, Lux Research says – U.S. Presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have very

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Farmers Could Help Trump Win This Make-or-Break State

by Tom Philpott (Mother Jones)  Cue the pandering to King Corn. --  ...  And while winning Iowa is far from enough to push Trump to national victory, he absolutely needs to win the state to have any reasonable shot at

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Biofuels Finance Conference Meets in Minneapolis

by Susanne Retka Schill (Ethanol Producer Magazine) ... The lame duck Congress offers the next best chance for some movement on one issue important to the ethanol industry, said Brian Jennings, executive vice president of the American Coalition for Ethanol, in his

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Emails: Clinton Team Mulled Repeal of EPA's Ethanol Program

by John Siciliano (Washington Examiner)  Hillary Clinton's campaign mulled supporting the elimination of the Environmental Protection Agency's renewable fuels program before a campaign tour through the corn state of Iowa last year, according to illegally obtained emails posted by the

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Energy Lessons from Podesta's Inbox

by Anthony Adragna (Politico's Morning Energy)  ... Comb through the tens of thousands of messages from John Podesta’s hacked inbox long enough, and you can find a veritable roadmap to the energy policy Hillary Clinton would execute if she wins the

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WikiLeaks Emails Show How Clinton’s Campaign Chief Once Opened Doors for Energy Firm

by Kevin G. Hall (McClatchyDC)  Hillary Clinton’s campaign chief once opened doors at home and abroad for an alternative energy firm whose investors include a Vladimir Putin-supported Russian company. These ties were highlighted last week when Donald Trump’s campaign alleged that

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Clinton Camp Worried Carbon Tax Would Be ‘Lethal’

by Timothy Cama (The Hill)  Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager feared that endorsing a carbon tax would be “lethal” to her campaign.  Hacked emails released Thursday by WikiLeaks belonging to John Podesta showed her top aides trying to to walk a

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How Do the Presidential Candidates Stack up on Farm and Rural Policy Issues?

by Sara Wyant (Farm Forum)  As some of you know, Agri-Pulse made a significant commitment to track the presidential candidates, starting in 2015. We followed each one during the primaries, to the nominating conventions and on through the general election

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Biogenic CO2 Coalition Launches Grassroots Outreach: Urges EPA to Remove its Regulatory Roadblock to Development of the Bioeconomy

(Biogenic CO2 Coalition)  Today (October 6, 2016), a coalition of major agricultural groups launched a grassroots campaign to urge the Environmental Protection Agency to remove its regulatory roadblock to development of the emerging bioeconomy. The Biogenic CO2 Coalition is a working

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Hillary Clinton Said America Is Energy Independent. It Is Not

by Tom DiChristopher (CNBC)  Hillary Clinton said during the second presidential debate on Sunday that the United States has achieved energy independence, but the country still imports millions of barrels a day of oil and petroleum products — much of it

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What a Donald Trump EPA Will Look Like with Climate Change Skeptic Myron Ebell at the Helm

by Paul Raeburn (Newsweek)  ... (Myron) Ebell, the director of the Center for Energy and Environment at the Competitive Enterprise Institute and a prominent climate-change skeptic, was chosen at the end of September to head the Environmental Protection Agency’s transition team

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Clinton's Plan to Reduce US Oil Consumption Likely Won't Work

by Tom DiChristopher (CNBC)  ... Clinton says she would extend standards for vehicle fuel efficiency, methane emissions, building codes and appliance standards that President Barack Obama implemented or supported, according to a campaign spokesperson. Clinton supports Obama initiatives like the Clean

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Trump Backs off Plan to Eliminate EPA

by Kyle Feldscher (The Washington Examiner)  Donald Trump appeared to back off his proposal to eliminate the Environmental Protection Agency as president, instead promising to "refocus" the agency on a less regulatory-heavy mission. ... He promised to open up more drilling off

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Poet CEO Says Clinton, Trump Know Importance of Ethanol

by Christopher Doering (Des Moines Register)  The head of ethanol giant Poet is optimistic presidential candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton back renewable fuels despite recent developments that have left some in the industry uncertain about their positions. Jeff Broin, the founder and chief executive

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Ethanol Blog: Science Improves on Land-Use Change, Biodiesel

by Todd Neeley (DTN-The Progressive Farmer)  Purdue University agriculture economics professor Wally Tyner isn’t exactly ready to discount the theory of indirect land use change, or ILUC, that has been the bane of biofuels’ existence since the creation of the

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Trump Biofuel Proposals Echo Those of Backer Icahn

by Chris Prentice (Reuters)  Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump on Thursday appeared to weigh into a debate over a controversial U.S. biofuels program with a proposal that would back the position of billionaire investor Carl Icahn, one of his wealthiest

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When It Comes to Science, Trump and Clinton Have Common Ground — But Not Much

by Brady Dennis (The Washington Post) Earlier this summer, the folks behind ScienceDebate.org sent the presidential candidates a list of 20 questions that likely won't garner much airtime in the televised debates this fall. They asked about climate change, mental health, space exploration, vaccinations, antibiotic-resistant

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Commentary: Are Presidential Hopefuls Ignoring Real Issues of Renewable Fuels?

by Jacqueline Campos (Fuel Fix/Opportune)  ... When it comes to this year’s election, renewable fuels continue to be well-supported, but policy mandating the use of those renewable fuels in gasoline remains to be seen. ... The dilemma is that RINs cannot be utilized until

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Trump Focuses on Farmers

by Eddie Scott (TheVillagesSuntimes)  Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks at the second annual Roast and Ride at the Iowa State Fairgrounds. -- ... Trump promised to protect the Renewable Fuel Standard and corn-based ethanol, eliminate burdensome regulations like the Waters of

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Jill Stein Calls for ‘Green New Deal’ to Address Climate Change

by Devin Henry (The Hill)  ... Climate change, she (Green Party presidential nominee Jill Stein) said during a National Press Club event on Tuesday, is an “emergency expounded by racial disparities. … We call for a joint solution that solves these two

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Iowa Teen Promotes Ethanol at DNC, RNC

by Kathie Obradovich (Des Moines Register)  It’s hard to beat this as a summer job for a Des Moines teenager: Two weeks at the Republican and Democratic national conventions as part of an Iowa team promoting ethanol. Otto Gunderson, 16, traveled to Cleveland

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Libertarian Gary Johnson on 2016: 'This is the demise of the Republican Party'

by John Harwood (CNBC)  ...  JOHNSON: I do think that climate change is occurring, that it is man-caused. One of the proposals that I think is a very libertarian proposal, and I'm just open to this, is taxing carbon emission that

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Hillary Clinton Picks TPP and Fracking Advocate To Set Up Her White House

by Zaid Jilani and Naomi LaChance (The Intercept)  Two big issues dogged Hillary Clinton during the Democratic primary: the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement (TPP) and fracking. She had a long history of supporting both. Under fire from Bernie Sanders, she came out against

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Trump Announces Farm and Rural Advisory Team

by  Sara Wyant and Philip Brasher (Agri-Pulse)  Donald Trump's campaign has set up a geographically diverse team of agricultural leaders that includes congressmen, governors, state agriculture commissioners, trade association leaders and producers of grain, livestock, poultry and fruits and vegetables. ... As

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RINferno

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  Let me see if we got this right. Donald Trump loves the Renewable Fuel Standard  ---   Carl Icahn loves Donald Trump   ---   Therefore, Carl Icahn hates the Renewable Fuel Standard With that, welcome to the 2016 United

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API Ads Target RFS: RFS Reform, Repeal Efforts Continue

by Todd Neeley (DTN The Progressive Farmer)  ... Yet Trump gave an economic speech Monday in Detroit in which he touted boosting domestic oil and gas production and made no references to renewable energy. Trump cited data in his speech from

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Trump Should Push Biofuels on Corn Belt Swing, Santorum Says

by Jennifer A Dlouhy (Bloomberg)  Republican nominee Trump backs U.S. Renewable Fuel Standard; Tactic would exploit a Clinton weakness, Rick Santorum says  --  Donald Trump’s campaign swing through the Corn Belt on Friday should include a hearty endorsement of U.S. renewable

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Report: Clinton Talking about RFS Alternative

by Ed Tibbetts (Quad City Times)  A new report saying that Hillary Clinton's campaign has talked with California officials about how the Renewable Fuel Standard might be revamped is drawing criticism from a top Republican in Iowa. The Clinton campaign said

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Recharge Wrap-up: Pikes Peak Tesla Abandoned at Supercharger, Gen. Wesley Clark Champions Ethanol

by John Beltz Snyder (AutoBlog) ...  General Wesley Clark argued in support of ethanol at the Democratic National Convention. While some gas stations advertise the fact that their product contains no ethanol, General Clark – a retired US Army General and

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Voters Question Trump-Pence Stance on Ag, #Biofuels

by Joanna Schroeder (Energy.AgWired.com)  Our latest ZimmPoll asked the question, “Is the Trump-Pence Republican ticket good for agriculture, energy?” During his campaigning Trump has been supporter of biofuels and has repeatedly said he could “be a farmer.” Indiana Governor Mike Pence

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Hillary Clinton's Climate and Energy Policies, Explained

by David Roberts (Vox)  ... I'm going to break this down as a series of numbered lists — not one, not two, but five lists of three: The three key facts the campaign took as starting points The three overarching goals of

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Democrats Strike ‘All-of-the-Above’ Energy Policy from Platform

by Valerie Richardson (The Washington Times)  Say good-bye to the Democratic Party’s long-standing support for “all-of-the-above” energy, and hello to “some of the above.” The party’s “all-of-the-above” energy commitment was stricken from the Democratic National Committee platform shortly before the convention

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GOP Platform, Which Calls Coal ‘Clean’, Would Reverse Decades of U.S. Energy and Climate Policy

by Steven Mufson (The Washington Post)  The Republican Party platform adopted Monday night would bring a total about-face on U.S. energy and climate policy, declaring that the priority placed on combating climate change under President Obama “the triumph of extremism

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Grassley Says Vilsack's Better for Ag Agenda as Secretary, not VP

by Amy Mayer  (Iowa Public Radio)  U.S. Agriculture Secretary and former Iowa governor Tom Vilsack may be on Hillary Clinton's short-list for a vice presidential running mate. Several national media outlets have reported that while Vilsack has not confirmed he's

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GOP Platform Proposes Turning EPA into a Commission

by Eric Wolff, et al. (Politico Morning Energy)  ... The Republican Platform 2016 offers a fresh plan for an old GOP target: it calls for converting the EPA into a bipartisan commission. As Pro's Alex Guillén writes, the platform says that

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Trump VP Pick Draws Rave Reviews from Agriculture

by Spencer Chase (Agri Pulse)  ... On the Renewable Fuel Standard, a policy that Trump supports, Pence voted in favor of the original 2005 legislation that created the program, but voted against the 2007 bill that created the current version of the RFS. ... In April of

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Keep It in the Ground or America First?

(Diesel Technology Forum) ... One of the great benefits of the diesel platform is its capability to run on higher blends of high quality biofuels including renewable diesel fuel and biodiesel fuel. These fuels are considered advanced biofuels by the U.S.

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Sanders’s Next Challenge: Where Will He Take His Revolution?

by David Weigel and John Wagner (The Washington Post)  ... Sanders’s role is under discussion, but he has said a more immediate priority is trying to find common ground on the issues he championed during the primaries. “It’s not just Bernie Sanders

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The Annual Battle for Renewables

by Bob Dinneen (The Hill)  ... It’s worth recalling why a bipartisan coalition of policymakers, including President George W. Bush, worked together in 2007 to expand the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS), which requires oil companies to make increasing amounts of biofuel

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RFS Supporters Say Biofuel Is ‘Nuanced’ Issue

by Gene Lucht (Iowa Farmer Today) ... What happens in 2022 is that Congress stops setting annual levels of renewable fuel usage, but the actual law does not expire. It would take an act of Congress to make it go away,

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Eric Branstad to Lead Trump's Presidential Campaign in Iowa

by Jason Noble (Des Moines Register)  Eric Branstad, the son of Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad and an advocate for Iowa’s renewable fuels industry, will serve as the Iowa state director for presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. The news was confirmed

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You’re Not the Boss of Me

by Ron Lamberty (American Coalition for Ethanol/Ethanol Producer Magazine)  ... To oversimplify, ethanol’s opponents have gained support by defining ethanol as a fuel people are being forced to use. It is not coincidental that big oil and its politicians to use

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Has Shifting to Renewable Energy Become 'Irreversible'?

by Jonathan H Harsch (Agri-Pulse)  ... At the heart of the battle is whether it makes sense to transition from fossil fuels to renewables like biofuels, wind, and solar energy. At issue is the choice between steering new investment into renewables as

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Ethanol Industry Blasts EPA 'Hogwash'

by John Siciliano (Washington Examiner)  The ethanol industry will lay into the Environmental Protection Agency on Thursday for proposing a 2017 renewable fuel standard that it says is based on oil industry "hogwash." The industry also will threaten continued litigation if

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GOP to Rule Out Carbon Tax

by Timothy Cama (The Hill) House Republicans this week will vote to condemn taxes on carbon dioxide emissions, slamming the door on an idea that some members of their party have flirted with in the past. The nonbinding resolution, sponsored by Majority

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Growth Energy Applauds Trump’s Pro-RFS Statements

by Erin Voegele (Ethanol Producer Magazine)  Growth Energy has spoken out to applaud a statement made by presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump in support of the renewable fuel standard (RFS). Meanwhile, two former senators are asking Trump’s energy advisor

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Donald Trump Just Made an Extremely Important Promise. It’s One of His Worst Yet.

by Greg Sargent (The Washington Post)  Believe it or not, Donald Trump has now made a very important policy statement. Introducing what he billed as an “energy plan,” Trump promised to “cancel the Paris Climate Plan.” Unlike so much of what

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Trump's Right to Support Ethanol Mandates

by Kevin Skunes (Grand Forks Herald)  ... Thankfully, there's one vital energy policy that both Trump and his opponent, Hillary Clinton, have promised to support: the Renewable Fuel Standard, which requires that oil companies make increasing levels of clean, homegrown fuels

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What Kevin Cramer Is Telling Trump about Making American Energy Great Again

by Mark Drajem (Bloomberg)  Say what you will about the EPA, but it doesn’t take the easy way out.  EPA issued its proposal for the 2017 Renewable Fuel Standard yesterday, surprisingly early given that it has been increasingly tardy in issuing the

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Hillary Clinton's Climate and Energy Policies, Explained

by David Roberts (Vox.com)  Media coverage of the Democratic primary has not shed much light on Hillary Clinton's proposals for climate change and clean energy policy.  But oh, she has proposals. Lots of them! I read the white papers. And

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There’s One Group Not Ready to Ditch the Donald: Ethanol Producers

by Mark Drajem (Bloomberg)  Bob Dinneen, president of the Renewable Fuels Association, says he’s confident that the next president — whether Donald Trump, or Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton — would be fine for the biofuel industry. ... Both Trump and Clinton advocated

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THE REGULARS: Clean Energy Incentives Produce Spectrum of Benefits for Iowa

by Katie Colling (Sioux City Journal)  ... So my question is, why should non-farming Iowans care about RFS or any of the tax incentives for production of alternative energy forms? ... Iowa now has 41 corn ethanol plants and two cellulosic plants and

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Inaction in Congress Helping Ethanol Right Now

by Chris Clayton (DTN The Progressive Farmer)  ... Ethanol also remains stuck in a battle with EPA over vapor pressure with 15% ethanol over the summer months. 10% ethanol, E10, has such a waiver so it can be sold during the

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Tenacity Required to Secure Advanced Biofuels Future

by Michael McAdams (Advanced Biofuels Association/Biomass Magazine)  Once again, we enter spring awaiting the U.S. EPA’s proposal for the renewable volumes obligations (RVO) for the next year. After six years in this cycle, we know that EPA must propose a

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Cruz Drops Out of US Presidential Race; Last Anti-Biofuels Candidate Toppled

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  In Indiana, the last anti-biofuels candidate for the US Presidency in 2016 exited the field, when Texas Sen. Ted Cruz announced that he was ending his presidential bid. The announcement clears the path for Donald

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Half of U.S. Conservatives Say Climate Change Is Real

by Eric Roston (Bloomberg)  Trump and Cruz reject global warming, while more Republicans see it as a threat.  --  The percentage of conservative Republicans who consider global warming a threat shot up 19 points in two years, to 47 percent, according

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Sanders and Clinton Back Bioenergy, but Activists Say It's the Wrong Alternative

by Josh Schlossberg (Truthout)   Climate change is a pillar of the presidential campaigns of both Sen. Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton, who have both made proposals to offer tax subsidies and other financial incentives to generate more energy alternatives to

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The Problem With Hillary Clinton Isn’t Just Her Corporate Cash. It’s Her Corporate Worldview.

by Naomi Klein (The Nation) Clinton is uniquely unsuited to the epic task of confronting the fossil-fuel companies that profit from climate change. ... The Clinton camp really doesn’t like talking about fossil-fuel money. ... The very suggestion that taking this money could impact Clinton’s

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Seismic Report Links Earthquakes to Fracking

by Adam Klasfeld (Courthouse News Service)  Officially linking a controversial natural gas-drilling method to earthquakes for the first time, the U.S. Geological Survey released a groundbreaking report documenting links between fracking and skyrocketing seismic activity. Released on Monday, the agency's "2016

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Ted Cruz on Energy and Climate: Free Market Directions

by Robert Bradley Jr. (Master Resource)  ... 1) Do you support ending all energy subsidies, including cleaning up the tax code to treat all types of energy the same?  A: Yes, I support a true all-of-the-above approach to energy, ending all

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Election Impacts on the US Biofuels Markets

(Stratas Advisors)  The 2016 elections have raised clouds of questions for many involved in the US biofuels markets. The conflicting and inflated rhetoric surrounding biofuels and climate policy gives the impression that drastic change is on the horizon with multiple

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Global Warming’s Terrifying New Chemistry

by Bill McKibben (The Nation) Our leaders thought fracking would save our climate. They were wrong. Very wrong.   ...   Meet methane, otherwise known as CH4.  In February, Harvard researchers published an explosive paper in Geophysical Research Letters. Using satellite data

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In U.S., 73% Now Prioritize Alternative Energy Over Oil, Gas

by Zac Auter  (Gallup)  Seventy-three percent of Americans say they prefer emphasizing alternative energy, rather than gas and oil production, as the solution to the nation's energy problems. This marks the highest percentage of Americans prioritizing alternative energy since Gallup

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Ethanol Fuels a Primary Challenge in Iowa to Cruz-backer Steve King

by Timothy P. Carney (Washington Examiner)  Rick Bertrand, a state senator from Sioux City, Iowa, has announced a primary challenge against GOP Rep. Steve King. What did King do to earn the challenge? In the Iowa caucuses, King supported Ted

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Where The Remaining Presidential Candidates Stand On Energy

by Brigham A. McCown (Forbes)  ... Based upon a review of her (Hillary Clinton's) campaign website, The following are expressions of her current position on energy. Plans to create a $60 billion Clean Energy Challenge, partnering with States, cities, and rural communities to

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King Supports Cruz And RFS

(1380KCIM.com)  Congressman Steve King has endorsed Texas Senator Ted Cruz for the GOP Presidential nomination, causing many to ask Iowa’s fourth-district representative about his commitment to the Renewable Fuels Standard (RFS). ... Cruz’ plan is to phase down the RFS over

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The Miami Republican Debate: Trump vs. Cruz on Ethanol

(FactCheck) ... Cruz said he bravely opposed ethanol mandates in Iowa where they are popular with corn growers, but Trump accused him of waffling on that issue. ... During the run-up to Iowa’s first-in-the-nation presidential caucuses, Cruz publicly defended his long-standing opposition to

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Include Climate Change in the Debates

by Helen Mountford (New Climate Economy/Miami Herald) Letter to Editor:  None of the 16 presidential debates so far have taken on climate change as a major focus. As candidates from both sides head to Florida for some of the last

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Farmers Try to Make Sense of Presidential Race

by Chris Clayton (DTN/Progressive Farmer/KTIC Radio)  ...  Kelly Nieuwenhuis, a farmer from Primghar, Iowa, said his take on the election is that “it’s mindboggling who is in the lead in the presidential campaign.” Nieuwenhuis supported Marco Rubio in the Iowa

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Republican Jay Faison Launches Super PAC to Boost Clean-Energy Candidates

by Rebecca Ballhaus (The Wall Street Journal)  Republican millionaire Jay Faison is pushing his party to embrace clean energy, saying conservatives don’t need to be on the defensive on climate issues. The North Carolina businessman this week launched a super PAC

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Using Data to Project Future Results: What Do Super Tuesday Primary Numbers Say About the General Election?

by Robert Kozak* (Advanced Biofuels USA) Editors Note: We usually don’t write about election results, but today’s mainstream media coverage of the Super Tuesday primaries seemed to call for some analysis. In some ways it’s very similar to trying to

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Presidential Candidates Give Voters Big Choices on Energy Plans

by Natalie Jacewicz (Scientific American)  From Trump to Sanders, the 2016 White House hopefuls emphasize different strategies, from wind power to oil drilling. As Super Tuesday primaries loom, here is a comparison ...  Marco Rubio: He wants to expand fossil

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Fact Checking the 10th GOP Debate

by Glenn Kessler and Michelle Ye Hee Lee (The Washington Post)  “What I said is that ethanol [mandate] will phase out; it is phasing out now. By 2022, that program expires by virtue of the existing law, and at that point

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Op-Ed: South Carolina Boats, Presidential Candidates and Ethanol Blended Fuels

(BOAT-US) ... E0 (zero-ethanol) gasoline, which is sold at marinas and gas stations, is in effect being pushed out of boat fuel market to make room for the Renewable Fuel Standard-mandated E15 and higher ethanol blends. This means boaters may see

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Let’s Not Leave the Discussion in Iowa

by Dave VanderGriend (Ethanol Producer Magazine/ICM/Urban Air Initiative)  ... Regardless of where candidates stood on ethanol, having this first step on the road to the White House begin in Iowa provides an opportunity to talk about an issue that affects everyone

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6 Things Bernie Sanders Would Do to Crack Down on Fracking, Even if Congress Doesn’t Go Along

by Ben Adler (Grist)  ... Instead of embracing gas as a supposedly cleaner “bridge fuel,” Sanders wants to go straight to renewables. Here are the six most significant executive actions that a President Sanders would likely take to put the squeeze on

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Con: As Climate Change Disasters Loom, It’s No Time to Discard Obama’s Environmental Legacy

by Wayne Madsen (GazetteXtra)  EDITOR’S NOTE: The writer is addressing the question, “Should the U.S. scrap ethanol mandates and use its energy surplus to spur the economy?” Critics, particularly big businesses and right-wing conservatives, keep carping about the costs of the

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Why Flint? Why Dieselgate? Why Was the EPA Prevented From Acting?

by Robert E. Kozak* (Advanced Biofuels USA) Of all the grandstanding by politicians over the Flint, Michigan, drinking water disaster perhaps the most hypocritical has been that of Democrats such as Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton heaping all the blame on

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Ethanol Supporters Push Back against ‘False Narrative’

by Ken Anderson (Brownfield Ag News)  Ethanol supporters are pushing back against what they say is a “false narrative” regarding Senator Ted Cruz’s victory in the Iowa caucuses. Some political pundits say Cruz’s victory is a sign that the ethanol industry

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Here's Where the 2016 Republican Field Stands on Climate Change

by Anthony Adragna (Bloomberg BNA)  ... Businessman Donald Trump: The Republican front-runner has disputed the notion that human activity significantly contributes to climate change. In 2012, Trump wrote, "The concept of global warming was created by and for the Chinese in order

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Cruz's Iowa Victory Could Be Big Blow to Big Corn

by Chris Prentice (Reuters)   Feb 1 U.S. Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz's victory on Monday in corn-rich Iowa could represent a major blow to the nation's controversial biofuels program, reflecting its waning influence over politicians even in the U.S. farm

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In the Ethanol Wars, Both Sides Are Wrong

by C. Boyden Gray (Des Moines Register)  The Iowa primary has put into play one of the more obscure issues in the political life of the nation — ethanol, of all things. Donald Trump led off his rant against Sen.

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Ted Cruz: I Support an All-of-the-Above Energy Strategy; Remove the Ethanol Blend Wall

(NBC News Meet the Press)  ... CHUCK TODD: Let's talk about two issues here that seem to be potentially tripping you up here in Iowa. One is ethanol. You have come out against these subsidies, you called it a "gravy train." A

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Ethanol Misinformation Clutters 2016 Campaign Coverage

by Andy Eubank (Hoosier Ag Today)  ... But the media play of ethanol has been inaccurate at times, for example when they refer to a corn ethanol subsidy. “There actually is no subsidy for corn ethanol. We gave that up in 2011. They

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Every Presidential Candidate's Position on Ethanol

by Ben Potter  (Ag Web)  Agriculture has not provided many hot-button issues for the candidates of the 2016 presidential election to discuss – with one exception. Because the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) is oft-argued, and because the candidates are spending so

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Cruz Victory in Iowa Threatens Ethanol's Power

by Alex Guillen and Jenny Hopkinson (Politico) ... Already, the Republican Texas senator has defied the caucus' usual political gravity by flying high in the polls in Iowa, despite his years of efforts to kill a federal ethanol mandate that supports

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Trump, Cruz, Clinton, Carson, Paul, Christie and the Ethanol Boondoggle

by  John Stossel (Fox News)    ...  They support ethanol because Iowa is the first state to vote on presidential candidates. Candidates want to look strong at the start of the race, so every four years they become enthusiastic ethanol

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Ethanol Mandate Hurts Iowa Corn Farmers

by Thomas Pyle (The Hill/ American Energy Alliance)  ... Fortunately for the corn industry, “advanced” biofuels have failed to take off as Congress expected. Moreover, EPA can reduce the volumes Congress called for in the statute, which they have done for several

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Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton Speaks In Support Of Renewable Fuels

(CBC Online) Democratic Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton is on the campaign trail and she’ll be making a stop in Carroll prior to the Iowa Caucuses. Late last week Carroll Broadcasting talked with Clinton about lowered Renewable Fuel Standards (RFS) set by

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Biofuels, Trade Latest Hot Ag Topics for Presidential Candidates

(NorthernAg.Net)  The Montana Farm Bureau is closely following the “Rural Route to the White House,” U.S. presidential election coverage produced and distributed by Agri-Pulse. The American Farm Bureau is officially the exclusive sponsor of this coverage. This effort will convey

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How Much Do Iowans Care about Ethanol?

by James Q. Lynch (The Gazette)  Not as much as they used to, poll suggests, but results open to debate  --  A free-market think tank has made a seven-figure ad buy to alert caucus goers of the environmental impact of corn

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RFA Issues One-Pager to Correct Anti-Ethanol Rhetoric on the Presidential Campaign Trail

(Renewable Fuel Association)  In response to the anti-ethanol rhetoric that has been dominating the presidential campaign in the run-up to the Iowa caucuses, the Renewable Fuels Association (RFA) sent a one-pager to media outlets to correct the misconceptions regarding ethanol

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Horowitz: Ethanol is the Anchor Baby of our Economic System

by Daniel Horowitz (Conservative Review)  ... In the same respect, we can say the ethanol mandate is the anchor baby of our economic system.  Energy is the lifeblood of a free economy.  Much like immigration stands at the nexus of our

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Iowa Governor Calls for Anti-Cruz Vote on Ethanol Issue

by David Pitt (Associated Press) Republican presidential hopeful Ted Cruz received an anti-endorsement from the governor of Iowa, Tuesday, host of the country's lead-off presidential caucus, on account of his failure to support renewable fuels like ethanol. Gov. Terry Branstad, a Republican

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King Vows to Protect Renewable Fuels Standards

(KIOW)  There has been a lot of discussion among political candidates regarding the production of ethanol fuels. Some candidates are against the idea while still others have proposed a plan to phase renewable fuel standards out. U. S. Representative Steve

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Biofuel Industry’s United Stand

by Joanna Schroeder (DomesticFuel.com)  The biofuel industry continues to maintain its united front on encouraging legislative support for the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) especially during the presidential campaigns. Leaders from the renewable fuels and agriculture community released a public letter to

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Aircraft Operators Rack up over $1 Million in UK Penalties for Non-Compliance with EU ETS

(GreenAir Online) Following the civil penalties handed out to five aircraft operators last June (see article), a further 18 operators of corporate or VIP aircraft and two airlines have been issued with penalties for failing to surrender sufficient EU ETS allowances

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Ethanol, RFS Are Points of Contention in Ag States

by Gene Lucht (Iowa Farmer Today)  A pair of volunteers holds up a sign near a rally for Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz. It says “I’m caucusing for ethanol in 2016.” The message is clear. Ethanol supporters would like to remind farmers

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The Candidates and Media Are Getting the Iowa Ethanol Debate All Wrong

by Michelle Ye Hee Lee (Washington Post Fact Checker)  ... The Fact Checker will explore an important distinction in the rhetoric over the ethanol mandate that has been mischaracterized by politicians, including Cruz, and even members of the media. The premise set

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Anti-Cruz Campaign Could Backfire on Ethanol, Backer Says

by Philip Brasher (Agri-Pulse)  The ethanol industry risks losing its long-standing political clout in presidential elections if Texas Sen. Ted Cruz wins the Iowa caucuses despite the industry's attacks on him, says Iowa Rep. Steve King. “If they fall short, then

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CORRECTED: Cruz Still Favors Slashing Ethanol Mandate Every Year for Five Years

by Timothy P. Carney (Washington Examiner)  With some hasty blogging — and exacerbated by an Iowan's mistaken assertion about the ethanol mandate, Ted Cruz's shrewd answering, and the ethanol lobby's odd response — I contributed to some confusion about Ted

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Rubio: 'Let's Be No. 1' in Renewable Energy

by Kyle Feldscher (The Washington Examiner)  Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio told a crowd of voters in New Hampshire Tuesday that he wants the United States to lead the world in renewable energy. It's a surprising statement from a lawmaker who

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Renewable Fuel Standard Just Makes Sense

by Erin Torkelson (Des Moines Register, Letter to the Editor)  Question: What bipartisan, commonsense law enacted in 2005 under President George W. Bush is directly responsible for creating more than 73,000 Iowa jobs, providing more than $5 billion in wages to

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ARF Releases Candidate Report Card on RFS Support

(America’s Renewable Future/Ethanol Producer Magazine)  America’s Renewable Future recently released its final candidate report card. The report card places each presidential contender into a good or bad category based on their support for the federal renewable fuel standard (RFS). ARF

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Bill Aims for Long-Term Extension of Renewable Energy Tax Credits

by Erin Voegele (Ethanol Producer Magazine)  In mid-December, Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., who is seeking the democratic presidential nomination, introduced legislation that aims to enact long-term extensions of several clean energy tax credits that benefit the bioenergy and biofuel sectors. The

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Ethanol Industry Reacts to API Criticism of RFS

by Erin Voegele (Ethanol Producer Magazine)  ... Renewable Fuels Association President and CEO Bob Dinneen has spoken out to reject (American Petroleum Institute President and CEO Jack) Gerard’s claims.  “I’m not sure what reality Jack is living in, but it is

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Trump’s Trump Card in Iowa?

by Devin Henry (The Hill)  Donald Trump is an unabashed backer of federal support for ethanol, a popular issue in Iowa that could provide the GOP front-runner with an effective closing argument against Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) ahead of the Feb.

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‘When Ethanol Attacks,’ Starring Ted Cruz

by David Weigel (The Washington Post) (Wednesday, January 6, 2016) 11:45 a.m. ... "Because of this EPA wall, the market is currently dominated by low-level ethanol blends, such as 'E10' (10 percent ethanol and 90 percent gasoline)," Cruz writes. "That has prevented

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Ethanol Group Picks Its Winners, Losers in Presidential Race

(Farm Futures)  America's Renewable Future released its final U.S. Presidential candidate report card last week, declaring "good" and "bad" category candidates based on support for the Renewable Fuel Standard. The Iowa-based ARF says it will publicize the report card so 50,000

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Bernie Sanders Unveils Forceful Climate Change Plan, And He’s Going After Big Oil

by Laura Barron-Lopez (The Huffington Post)  He even wants to bar fossil fuel lobbyists from working in the White House.  --  Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) unveiled a forceful climate change plan Monday that sets its sights on

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After Paris Accord, Most U.S. Republicans Back Action on Climate

by Megan Cassella (Reuters)  A majority of U.S. Republicans who had heard of the international climate deal in Paris said they support working with other countries to curb global warming and were willing to take steps to do so, according

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Carson Decries Ethanol Subsidies, Rubio Focuses on Manufacturing

(RadioIowa)  Republican candidate Ben Carson says he’d like to see all subsidies for the biofuels industry done away with if he wins the White House. Support for ethanol has become a flash point in the race. On Monday Governor Terry Branstad saying he

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Iowa Voters Have Given up on Ethanol; Presidential Candidates Are Following Suit

by Evan Halper (Los Angeles Times)  ... Now that fuel, corn-based ethanol, finds itself threatened with a defection that was once unthinkable: Iowa voters. The electorate here in the early voting state often defined by its vast expanses of corn has

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Cruz Out of Sync on Ethanol with Likely Republican Caucus-Goers in Iowa Poll

by John McCormick (Bloomberg Politics)  The poll also shows the parochial nature—and potential for hypocrisy—surrounding federal assistance programs  --  Ted Cruz's position on a requirement that's key to corn-based ethanol runs counter to the views of a solid majority of

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Presidential Hopeful Would Eliminate Ethanol Subsidies

by James Q. Lynch (The Gazette/AgriView)  Texas Sen. Ted Cruz is defending his energy plan that would terminate federal support for ethanol production, claiming that ending subsidies for all forms of energy would expand the market — and demand —

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Eric Branstad: Cruz Oil Stains

by Douglas Burns (Des Moines CityView)  Governor’s son rips leading GOP presidential candidate over renewable energy  --  Eric Branstad, leader of a fierce grassroots organization backing renewable-energy sources like ethanol, said last Thursday that Ted Cruz is far and away

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Fiorina Wants to Earn ‘A’ on Ethanol

by Douglas Burns (Daily Times Herald)  Republican presidential candidate tours Coon Rapids POET plant --- ... America’s Renewable Future, a highly visible advocate at presidential campaign events in Iowa, scored Fiorina, a Republican, as “needs work” on the Renewable Fuel Standard,

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Candidates Are Skipping Traditionally Mighty Farm Issues in Iowa

by Scott Canon (Kansas City Star)  ... The discussion of ethanol policy puts conservatives in an awkward spot ---  ...Yet even in Iowa this year, Grain Belt concerns now draw less attention than in the past. That could mean that expansion

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Bernie Sanders Unveils Climate Plan

by Alex Seitz-Wald (NBC News)  Democratic presidential Bernie Sanders rolled out an expansive climate plan Monday that aims to cut U.S. carbon emissions 80% by 2050 and create 10 million clean energy jobs. To accomplish these goals, the 16-page plan takes

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Ethanol Group Hits Cruz in Iowa

by Timothy Cama (The Hill)  An Iowa-based ethanol group is running advertisements against Sen. Ted Cruz, just as the GOP presidential hopeful's campaign is gaining steam in the Hawkeye State. The ads from America’s Renewable Future criticize Cruz’s position against the

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Jeb Bush Responds to New Ethanol Mandate

by Jason Nobel (Des Moines Register)  Jeb Bush faulted the Environmental Protection Agency for failing to provide “clarity” with the updated ethanol mandate released on Monday, but was generally supportive of the levels prescribed. The Republican presidential candidate has targeted 2022

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Sanders: 'To Hell with the Fossil Fuel Industry’

by Mark Hensch (The Hill)  Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) on Saturday called for Republicans to abandon the corrupting influence of the Koch brothers and other wealthy energy magnates. “This is a party that rejects science and refuses to understand that climate

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Poll: Two-Thirds of Americans Want US to Join International Climate Pact

by  Timothy Cama (The Hill)  Two-thirds of Americans want the United States to join an international agreement to fight climate change, a new poll found. The survey, from the New York Times and CBS, could provide a tailwind to the United

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Rubio Commits to Supporting RFS through 2022

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  In Iowa, Sen. Marco Rubio speaking about the Renewable Fuel Standard in Council Bluffs Iowa, said “Whether you like it or not, it isn’t fair to yank away something in the middle of it, after

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AP Fact Check: Most GOP Candidates Flunk Climate Science

by Seth Borenstein (Associated Press)  When it comes to climate science, two of the three Democratic presidential candidates are A students, while most of the Republican contenders are flunking, according to a panel of scientists who reviewed candidates' comments. At the

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Rubio's Sugar Support Draws Corn, Soybean Questions

by Mackenzie Ryan (Des Moines Register)  ...  After Republican rival Ted Cruz took aim at sugar subsidies during last week's GOP debate, Iowa agriculture and biofuel leaders began questioning how Rubio’s support for that industry compares with his stance on renewable fuels made from corn

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Ethanol Loses Its Few Friends

by Marita Noon (Breitbart)  Early in his campaign, now top-tier Republican presidential candidate, Ben Carson, supported ethanol—a position for which I called him out. It has long been thought, that to win in Iowa, a candidate must support ethanol. However, in a

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Donald Trump in Iowa: I Love Ethanol

(Breitbart)  Billionaire presidential candidate Donald Trump met with leaders of POET, an ethanol company here in Iowa, and some of the co-chairs of the American Renewable Fuels group to talk about the importance of ethanol. The event was closed to the

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ARF Releases Candidate Midterm Report Card

(America's Renewable Future)  Today, America’s Renewable Future (ARF) released a midterm report card placing 2016 presidential candidates into three categories—good, needs work, and bad—based on their support of the federal Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS). The midterm report card will serve

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Strong RFS Support Offers Low-Risk Opportunity for Democrats to Connect with Voters They Need to Retake Majority

by Ryan Fitzpatrick (Third Way)  Although relatively obscure by Washington standards, the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) carries a unique level of importance and visibility in many rural states. The fact that the RFS invariably becomes a priority campaign issue for

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Will the Renewable Fuel Standard Impact the 2016 Elections?

by Jonathan H Harsch (Agri-Pulse)  The escalating battle over the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) added another front Thursday. National Farmers Union President Roger Johnson warned President Obama that lowering the RFS volume requirements could result in Democrats losing otherwise winnable congressional

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New CRS Report: How Corn Ethanol Mandates Have Hurt Ohio’s Environment and Economy

(Center for Regulatory Solutions)  Washington-imposed mandates that have forced increasing volumes of corn ethanol to be added to Ohio’s and our nation’s fuel supply have produced an additional 1.92 million metric tons of CO2 emissions in Ohio alone since 2005,

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Santorum Loves up Ethanol at Galva Stop

(The Storm Lake Times)  ...  Presidential candidate Rick Santorum, R-Pa., endorsed stronger ethanol investment during visit Friday to the Quad County Corn Processors in Galva.   ... “One of the things that’s helped rural small towns and farmers, particularly in

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Democratic Presidential Contenders Join Calls To Investigate Exxon

by Daniel Marans (Huffington Post)  Two Democratic presidential candidates indicated on Friday (October 16, 2015) they support an investigation of oil giant ExxonMobil for concealing research on fossil fuels’ contribution to climate change, following a call by two House Democrats for

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Carson Shifts Course on Ethanol Policy

by Brianne Pfannenstiel (Des Moines Register)  Former neurosurgeon Ben Carson appeared to reverse course on ethanol policy Wednesday, backtracking from his earlier idea to help the ethanol industry rather than the oil industry. ... In May, Carson said he “would probably be in favor of taking

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Got Corn? Ethanol Is No Longer King In Iowa Among Candidates

by Clay Masters (National Public Radio)  ... But this election cycle, ethanol is not the campaign force it once was. ... "I think, ultimately, we need to get to a point where there aren't winners or losers based on subsidies or mandates

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The Digest’s Official Guide to the 2016 US Presidential Elections for the Bio-Curious

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  Who’s for it? Who wants to phase it out? Who wants to end it, not mend it? When it comes to the 18 US presidential candidates in this cycle, the Iowa Caucuses are coming up

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Slice through Political Chatter this Election Season

by Bob Dinneen (Renewable Fuels Association)   It is imperative for the biofuels industry to pay attention to what presidential candidates are saying about the nation’s energy policy and the RFS, writes Bob Dinneen. ... In the age of the 24-hour news cycle

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America's Renewable Future and DuPont Release New Poll Showing Republicans and Democrats United in Support of Renewable Fuel

(PR Web/America's Renewable Future/DuPont)  Today America’s Renewable Future (ARF) and DuPont (NYSE: DD) jointly released new poll findings showing that, once informed about the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) and biofuels, a solid majority of caucus-goers from both political parties would

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Bernie Sanders Calls For Federal Investigation Of Exxon

by Emily Atkin (Think Progress)  Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) wants ExxonMobil investigated by the Department of Justice.  In a letter to Attorney General Loretta Lynch on Tuesday, Sanders charged the oil giant of engaging in a cover-up

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Santorum Tours Biodiesel Facility during Farley Visit

by William Garbe (TH Online)  GOP presidential hopeful listens to Western Dubuque Biodiesel general manager explain regulatory issues facing his business.  Republican presidential hopeful Rick Santorum received an informal primer in renewable fuels Monday in Farley. Santorum, a former U.S. senator

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Prez Candidates Recommit RFS Support

by Joanna Schroeder (DomesticFuel.com)  ... Sen. Santorum reaffirmed his support at a forum hosted by Heritage Action in South Carolina on Friday, at Iowa’s Faith and Freedom Presidential Forum on Saturday, and at the taping of Rural Town Hall on RFD-TV

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Many Conservative Republicans Believe Climate Change Is a Real Threat

by Coral Davenport (The New York Times)  A majority of Republicans — including 54 percent of self-described conservative Republicans — believe the world’s climate is changing and that mankind plays some role in the change, according to a new survey conducted by

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Pataki Flips Stance on Renewable Fuel Standard

by Linh Ta (Des Moines Register)  Former New York Gov. George Pataki said Saturday that he would keep the government's promise of the Renewable Fuel Standard, changing his stance on the issue since discussing it in Iowa in March. "It's quite

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