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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Allen Schaeffer

The New York Times captured the total (Biden Administration funding) for EVs at $174 billion. You don’t need an accounting degree to see the stark differences between that $174 billion and the mere few-hundred million for renewable fuels.  Allen Schaeffer,

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK: Mark P. Mills

It’s no coincidence that the benefits of the still-expanding digital economy are colliding with the energy realities of the old economy. Ironically, the energy-hungry cloud is enabling a booming gig economy, which in turn fuels demand for the old economy’s

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- ePURE

100% renewable Superethanol-E85 is already available in California where it accounts for a third of the volumes of E85 sold. (ePURE) READ MORE  Clarification from California Air Resources Board:  The cleanest gallon of Pearson Fuels E85 in California is a combination

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Troy Bredenkamp

The Tailpipe Emissions Rule allows the Environmental Protection Agency to award a zero for carbon emissions to an electric vehicle. “If you can assume a best-case scenario for a battery-electric vehicle, then assume a best-case scenario for a flex-fuel vehicle…it’s burning

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- John Donegan

At Škoda, we recognise the importance of electric vehicles, but we also recognise that many buyers are still choosing diesel models for a variety of reasons as illustrated by recent sales figures. For these motorists, switching to HVO today can

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Kurt Kovarik

EPA’s rule (emission standards for heavy-duty vehicles) flatly dismisses the benefits of biodiesel and renewable diesel as the lowest-cost and most widely available options to kickstart decarbonization of the heavy-duty vehicle sector. There should be no uncertainty that biodiesel and

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Tim Obitts

"You are the above-ground oil wells." -- Tim Obitts, CEO of Alder Renewables referring to agriculture.  READ MORE

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- James A. Merchant

(B)iofuel facilities could capture CO2 in pressure tanks and more safely, inexpensively and quickly transport liquefied CO2, by biodiesel or EV tanker truck or biodiesel rail, to North Dakota to sequester deep below ground. A second option, coming soon, is

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Pat Gruber

When we talk about hard to abate carbon sectors, the technology is going to be bio-based renewable resources where the carbon is going to be captured on the land and we are going to produce food while harnessing the extra

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK --  Loretta Winters

 Disadvantaged communities are often forgotten and left behind because people don't realize how many are forced to live in areas where planes fly overhead, buses idle and trucks pass through our neighborhoods.  Addressing this in New Jersey, as this (New Jersey

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK --- Joachim Buwembo

For, even if the international fossil fuel trade continues for many more years, it is true that petrol sold in Africa is refined to lower levels than that consumed in, say, the EU, thus affecting the health of both our

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK --- Michael Barnard

Field to wake, biofuels are already much lower carbon than they were when benchmarked in 2010. The anti-biofuel hysteria of the 2000s that lingers today should be seen for what it was, amplified disinformation from the industry it is in

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Paul Winters

Our director of environmental science has calculated that if we delay tackling carbon reduction by five years, countries will have 13 times more work to do to correct emission levels through new carbon reduction processes when they finally arrive.  That’s

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Congressman Tim Walberg (R-MI 5th)

U.S. EV regulations are putting our future in the hands of a hostile regime with very few environmental or labor protections, with little to no reduction in global carbon emissions to show for it.  ... By rewarding all emission reduction efforts rather than just

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- IEA Bioenergy

Biofuels present cost-competitive options to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the road transport sector over the next decades to come. Their compatibility with existing fossil fuels infrastructure makes biofuels a practical and much needed immediate solution to replace fossil fuels in

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Renewable Fuels Association, National Farmers Union and National Corn Growers Association

Given vehicles’ long useful life, EPA and NHTSA should not wait for a crisis to incentivize FFVs (flex fuel vehicles). It will be too late to act if they are suddenly needed to address a crisis. Instead, the country should

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Hardeep Singh Puri

"Our technological mindset is evolving. We're not just limited to electric cars; flexi-fuel vehicles are the next frontier." -- Hardeep Singh Puri, Minister of Petroleum and Natural Gas of India  READ MORE  

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Medora Lee

In 2023, fewer people (38%) said they believe EVs are better for the environment than gas vehicles, than in 2022 (46%). Meanwhile, the number of people who said gas vehicles were better for the environment jumped to 13% in 2023,

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Michael McAdams

These sustainable fuels, made from renewable, non-food biomass, can play a critical role in our clean energy transition. They can power heavy transportation vehicles – like aviation, heavy-duty trucking, and marine shipping – that are essential to our economy and

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Julie Brown

"These six Hybrid-Electric Diesel buses will run on 100% renewable diesel fuel, replacing older traditional diesel and CNG buses. These new buses will allow RVTD to continue operations if the electrical grid is compromised.” -- Julie Brown, General Manager, Rogue

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Kevin Beckett

We remain the fastest carbon-reduction solution for the Northeast, while providing safe, reliable and affordable heat.  -- Kevin Beckett, president and CEO of RW Beckett Corp.  READ MORE

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Frank Dahan

‘We have the fuel today that could decarbonise our industry over night’. Frank Dahan, Director of Transport Services and Global Supply Strategy with shipowner CSL at Maritime Week Americas  READ MORE

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Allen Schaeffer

"Reducing carbon and other emissions in the near term in California and beyond will likely depend more on the next generation of super clean diesel trucks using blends of renewable biodiesel fuels."  Allen Schaeffer, Executive Director of the Diesel Technology

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Rebecca Solnit

What if we imagined “wealth” consisting not of the money we stuff into banks or the fossil-fuel-derived goods we pile up, but of joy, beauty, friendship, community, closeness to flourishing nature, to good food produced without abuse of labor? What

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Dan Cummins

In the fight against climate change and greenhouse gases, there may be an alternative to electric cars. Ethanol ...  Dan Cummins, WTOL  READ MORE; includes VIDEO

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Myron Dorn

"I contend that for too long, the petroleum industry in Nebraska has resisted higher ethanol blends, virtually eliminating customers options to select and purchase renewable E-15. This is a de-facto petroleum mandate and Nebraska's consumers are footing the bill." --

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Geoff Cooper and George W. Bush

"Ahead of the 2000 caucuses, Texas Gove. (and oil man) George W. Bush told an Iowa crowd 'I’d support ethanol whether I was here in Iowa or not.' And he did. Whether he was campaigning in New Hampshire or South

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Jahmy Hindman

"The path to a sustainable future does not rely only on electrification to power vehicles. Biofuels, like ethanol and renewable diesel, which may be created from plants, must be just as much a part of the solution." Large-scale electrification of high-horsepower

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Noel Gavigan

"Narrow focus on technologies that rely only on electrification is a very risky policy. This is particularly so as at a time when the public is being asked to be careful about when they use electricity .... ... Instead of

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Iberdrola

The use of hydrogen should focus on applications where there are no other alternatives. That is, for the replacement of grey hydrogen (produced from fossil fuels) with green hydrogen (produced by renewables) in sectors where it is currently used, such

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Cathy Choi

“We need to be technology neutral, yet performance based. ... We need technology-neutral incentives as well.” -- Cathy Choi, Cummins’ executive director  READ MORE

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- John Eichelberger

"We have 270 million plus combustion engine vehicles in the United States today. Even if we were to achieve 50% of vehicle sales as EVs in 2030, that still means 8.5 million vehicles sold in 2030 will be combustion engine.

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- SGS

"Biofuels are here to stay for the long run. Organizations need to adopt a proactive instead of a reactive, approach." -- SGS  READ MORE

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Gevo

Net-Zero 1 will show the world that the leading edge of the energy transition is in the heartland of America, where farmers and facility technicians come together with airline customers, investors, and many others to lead the way forward. 

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- GoodFuels

There is no doubt that tighter legislation and more ambitious targets are urgently needed, but in order to truly decarbonise shipping regulators must ensure that new legislation is goal-oriented and technology neutral, and does not allow for the preferential treatment

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Renewable Fuels Association

"(I)n the interest of technology neutrality and with the rapid increase in battery-electric vehicles, the land use impacts of mineral extraction for battery production should also be evaluated, along with the land use implications of expanded wind and solar electricity

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Diesel Technology Forum

"Others will be inspired to consider using advanced renewable and biodiesel fuels, either in blends or fully in place of conventional diesel fuel to reduce their greenhouse gas and other emissions. The advantage here is that this can be accomplished

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Simon Geere

"We've got a bit more work to do around how we communicate what SAF is, and what the technical specification is of the SAF that we stock. It's more than just about the blends: people are asking a lot of

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- David Carpintero

"Europe needs a range of solutions to decarbonize transport — including renewable ethanol — not just one technology that isn’t yet fully attainable for all segments of society. A more realistic EU approach would make it clear to EU citizens that

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Steen Møller

"The emission reduction is immediate and the solution is easy to implement as the shipowners are not forced to make any investments or changes to the vessel engines." --  Steen Møller, CEO of Nordic Marine Oil talking about benefits of

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- David Richardson

"When a vehicle is fossil-fuelled, carbon that has been stored underground for millions of years is released into the atmosphere as CO2 and is effectively extra or additional carbon. With sustainable fuels, the CO2 released at the tailpipe has, instead,

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK: World Energy

"SAF allows aviation to be powered by the sun’s energy, captured by organic materials, and converted into high-energy-density liquid fuels." World Energy in an announcement of the expansion of its sustainable aviation fuel biorefinery in California. READ MORE

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EARTH–a 5-letter word for EARTH MONTH.  Advanced Biofuels USA Plays Wordle for EARTH MONTH.

(Advanced Biofuels USA) Each day throughout EARTH MONTH in 2022, Advanced Biofuels USA will highlight one or more 5-letter words that you MIGHT some day see as a Wordle answer.  WATCH the home page, Twitter, Facebook and OTHER social MEDIA

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Suriya Jayanti

What the White House should—and can—do now, is institute a full-spectrum energy export embargo on Russia. ... Europe will survive. ... Two months is not enough time to build new LNG terminals or full length pipelines, .... ... Biofuel infrastructure

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Steve Sapsford

“For me, electrification for passenger cars is the right trajectory, that is what we should be doing in my view. What I don’t quite understand is why we’re steadfastly ignoring the existing fleet." -- Steve Sapsford, consultant for Coryton in an

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Geoff Cooper

"Let’s allow all fuels and vehicles that can reduce emissions to compete fairly, and lets reward those fuels and vehicles strictly based on the carbon reductions they achieve, not on what vehicle has the coolest commercial or celebrity endorsement. ...

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Tim Walz

(W)e’re going to be driving cars with gasoline for many years to come. -- Governor Tim Walz (D-MN)) to Brownfield Ag News  READ MORE

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Diesel Technology Forum

A robust renewable fuels policy that recognizes today’s value and the future potential for expanded use of renewable fuels is no less important than writing a large $7.5 billion check for investments in infrastructure to boost electric or hydrogen fuel

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Neville Fernandes

"With this climate crisis we're in, we need to reduce the carbon intensity of diesel as much as possible, as quickly as possible, by replacing petroleum with biofuels including biodiesel, renewable diesel and blends of these two low-carbon, clean-burning renewable

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Tina Casey

The Primary source of hydrogen today is natural gas, and to some extent coal, which means that a zero emission hydrogen fuel cell is not necessarily the sustainability hero that some make it out to be. Tina Casey explains in

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Neel Dhanesha

(U.S. President Joe) Biden’s plan could make buying and charging electric cars easier, but electric vehicles are only as clean as the grids that power them. Studies have shown that electric cars drawing power from coal-heavy grids can actually be worse

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Monte Shaw

“It is absolutely perplexing why the Biden EPA would delay and potentially plan to undermine the only federal law that is designed to reduce carbon emissions. To do so now, at a time of high gasoline prices, makes this action

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Dave Lamp

"All of our investment money going forward is really around the renewable space. And the rest of it is just sustaining capital to maintain what we have in refining." --  CVR CEO Dave Lamp  READ MORE

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Stephan Meeder

"We are convinced that we need all technologies to decarbonise – or rather to defossilise – the transport sector. Renewable ethanol is available today and can contribute directly and with the existing infrastructure to reduce fossil carbon dioxide emissions in

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Abubakar Bagudu

“The NNPC (Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation) Renewable Energy Division as part of the vision of Mr. President has been trying to diversify actively so that the bulk of NNPC revenue will one day come from biofuel." -- Governor of Kebbi

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- A Group of Ag and Biofuel Organizations and Companies

The State should consider requiring that beginning as early as model year 2024, any internal combustion engine light-duty vehicle (i.e., all non-battery electric vehicles) sold in California be Flexible Fuel Vehicles (FFVs). ... Plug-in Hybrids (PHEV), an important choice among

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Deb Green

 "Corn fields are nature's solar panels.  They are naturally removing C02 from the air, thus helping reduce greenhouse gasses." Deb Green, a spokesperson for Big River Resources READ MORE

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Matt Russell and Robert Leonard

"Here’s what the future-of-fuel narrative should be: petroleum industry vs. electric vehicles and renewables, including biofuels. For obvious political reasons, Republicans want to keep ethanol tethered to the dying petroleum industry in the public debate. But with the political will,

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Tammy Klein

"One of the major discussions of the day concerns renewable diesel (HVO) feedstock: Will there be enough? Where will it come from? Can the industry move away from feedstocks such as soybean oil or used cooking oil? I think they

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Geoff Cooper

“Even if half of new vehicles sold in 2030 are electric, four out of every five cars on the road that year will still have internal combustion engines that require liquid fuels."  Renewable Fuels Association President and CEO Geoff Cooper 

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Angie Craig

"I was disappointed not to see biofuels included in the initial bipartisan infrastructure framework, but rest assured that as conversations in Washington continue to focus on infrastructure investments and efforts to address climate change, I will continue to fight to

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Nebraska Corn Board and KUVR

"California leads the nation in the number of flex fuel vehicles on the road with 1.1 million in 2020. By comparison, less than 370,000 vehicles in California were battery electric vehicles, which positions ethanol as a here-and-now carbon solution." --

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Cindy Axne

"Over the past few months, I’ve spoken to many of my colleagues here in Congress about the immediate impact that biofuels could have in the fight to lower carbon emissions.  ... I will have strong reservations about supporting infrastructure legislation

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Tom Daschle

“What I do know is — for the foreseeable future, and I would say several decades yet to come — the internal combustion engine is still going to play a role and will be part of the transportation landscape. We

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- American Express Global Business Travel

"Lower or zero carbon technologies such as hydrogen and electric flight are unlikely to impact at scale until mid-century. This leaves SAF as the only viable, in-sector, option for reducing emissions in the short to medium term." -- American Express

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Volkmar Denner

“Climate action is not about the end of the internal-combustion engine. It’s about the end of fossil fuels. And while electromobility and green charging power make road transport carbon neutral, so do renewable fuels.” -- Bosch CEO Volkmar Denner quoted

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Cindy Axne

In an interview with DTN, Congresswoman Cindy Axne (D-IA-03) explained that a lot of lawmakers are not aware of the advances made over time to make ethanol a cleaner-burning fuel and "You can't judge something if you aren't aware of it.

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Troy Bredenkamp

“They (Biden Administration) could do a lot for biofuels for a fraction of the cost of what they’re suggesting to spend on electric vehicle infrastructure. We would ask for something around $500 million per year for blender pump infrastructure.” --

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Brian Ross

"Holy moly. How on Earth are you going to get people not coming with pitchforks and tar to these siting meetings?" Brian Ross, a vice president at the St. Paul, Minn.-based Great Plains Institute upon reviewing a map representing the

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Burl Haigwood

"The problem is gasoline. Therefore, policy makers need to focus on the imperfections of gasoline – not biofuels and EVs." -- Burl Haigwood writing for the Clean Fuels Development Coalition and Biofuels Digest.  READ MORE

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Stephanie Kelly

"The transition to an electric vehicle fleet is expected to be a long one, making renewable fuels a growth market for refiners and others seeking out road transport options that will emit fewer greenhouse gases," reported Reuter's Stephaine Kelly describing

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK: "Earthrise" by Amanda Gorman

A poem by Amanda Gorman explains the purpose of our work: ... For it is the obscure, the oppressed, the poor,  Who when the disaster Is declared done, Still suffer more than anyone.  Climate change is the single greatest challenge of our time, ... Where despite disparities We

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Geoff Cooper

"Some ethanol being produced today in Iowa reduces GHG emissions by nearly 80 percent, according to analysis by California regulators. Why wouldn’t we want to combine ethanol’s environmental benefits with those of the renewable power sector?" --Geoff Cooper, Renewable Fuels

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Adam Comora

“Companies operating Class 8 trucks are quickly realizing that they don’t have to wait for new, unproven technologies and infrastructure to significantly reduce their greenhouse gas emissions and save on fuel costs—our RNG does that today." -- Adam Comora, President

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK --- Jacques Leslie

"Los Angeles is a natural focus for treaty organizers because of its unusually high concentration of oil infrastructure in an urban setting: The city is home to more than 800 active wells in 26 oil and gas fields." --Jacques Leslie

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Emmanuel Desplechin

"While the focus may be on the growing importance of electric vehicles, the (EU) Commission's strategy confirms that battery EVs will represent around 11% of the EU vehicle fleet in 2030. Even a decade from now, a large majority of

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- P.J. Griekspoor

"The time is right for ethanol advocates to make sure the right message gets to the right ears. What ethanol can provide is a high-octane additive that reduces the carbon footprint of not just the fuel burned in automobiles, but at

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Geoff Cooper

RFA president and CEO Geoff Cooper reminds us that President Elect Joe Biden committed on the campaign trail to put an end to the Trump Administration’s EPA small refinery waivers on day one according to Brownfield Ag News.  READ MORE

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Monte Shaw

“No matter which party is in charge of the House, Senate, or White House, we have our work cut out for us.” -- Iowa Renewable Fuels Association Executive Director Monte Shaw   READ MORE

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- K. Johnson

Rolling back auto emission standards was exactly the wrong way to go. ... An alliance between environmentalists and farmers to switch to a clean auto fuel seems like a win-win for both parties. --K. Johnson's letter to Storm Lake Times 

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Geoff Cooper

Calling an electric vehicle a ZEV is like calling a donkey a unicorn — it sounds nice, but it simply isn’t real. Just because there aren’t any greenhouse gas emissions coming out the tailpipe of an electric vehicle doesn’t mean the

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Erik Hånell

“The development of ExxonMobil’s biofuel is an important step towards a broader commercial use of low-carbon fuels and we were happy to be part of the sea trial, which proved to be very successful. The fuel performed very well and

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Steve Csonka

"SAF usage will immediately start to lower the net GHG footprint of aviation. We don’t need to wait for unique technologies to work their way into the fleet. We don’t have to modify fuel distribution infrastructure. ... We know how

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Doug Sombke and Jim Seurer

"For many years now, South Dakota has led the way in proving that E30 blends can be used effectively in any vehicle. In fact, our Watertown E30 Challenge conclusively proved that E30’s high octane and more complete combustion improves vehicle

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Emily Skor

“Incorporating biofuels into our nation’s fuel supply has been one of our most successful energy policies to date, benefitting both the environment and the consumer,” wrote Emily Skor in Growth Energy's comments submitted to US Department of Agriculture. “With many

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Michael McAdams

“The forward-thinking climate plan recently released by House Democrats acknowledges the important role liquid transportation fuels will continue to play in these areas, so it is disappointing to see the Biden campaign miss the mark," said Michael McAdams, president of

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK --- Doug Sombke

South Dakota Farmers Union President Doug Sombke points out that Title II of the Clean Air Act requires EPA to reduce toxics in gasoline to the greatest extent possible as new technologies become available. “Higher ethanol blends are that technology, and

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Justin Laney

“The evidence of climate change is all around us, so it’s important we act now using available technology rather than wait for unproven solutions to appear."  Justin Laney, Partner & General Manager of Central Transport at the John Lewis Partnership

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Mark Turley

ClonBio founder and executive chairman Mark Turley in Ireland, notes that E10 can deliver the same greenhouse gas savings as 100,000 electric vehicles [EVs] relative to petrol on its own. That’s 20 times the number of new EV’s bought in

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK --- Neste Corporation

"One in three Finns could stop using fossil fuels in the next few years. ... Renewable fuels are an effective way to reduce road transportation emissions, and they are suitable for the current car fleet." Neste Corporation  READ MORE

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Geoff Cooper

"Out of one side of their mouths they claim to want a 'free market,' and out the other side they lobby for special favors, subsidies and handouts for fossil fuels." Geoff Cooper, president of the Renewable Fuels Association.  READ MORE

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Bethany McLean

"It's worth remembering that Wall Street can make money even when the businesses that they are funding don't make money," explained Saudi America author Bethany McLean in this Strand Book Store discussion talking about financing of the shale oil and

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Mark Paul

"We know the fossil fuel industry needs to be rapidly wound down, and we know private capital has no interest in winding down their own business. Their interest is in trying to extract as much as possible in order to

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Grant Shapps

"Before electric cars become the norm, we want to take advantage of reduced CO2 emissions today. This small switch to petrol containing bioethanol at 10% will help drivers across country reduce the environmental impact of every journey.” Grant Shapps, the

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Douglas Durante

"I would have shown (USDA) my new magic trick where I can make 30 years disappear. It’s a simple trick. Provide a list of regulatory barriers, eliminate those barriers, and abra cadabra, more ethanol appears. And with that, importantly, comes

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Dave VanderGriend

"Locally, a chain of convenience stores has installed blender pumps selling mid-level blends in addition to E10 and E85. Consumers are responding by purchasing nearly as much E30 as E10, resulting in 2.5 times more ethanol sales compared to E10-only

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Santa Barbara Metropolitan Transit District

"The carbon intensity of renewable diesel is about one-third of that of a battery-electric vehicle charging on the California grid," explained the Santa Barbara Metropolitan Transit District in explaining the benefit of transitioning immediately to renewable diesel for its buses. 

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Pete Buttigieg

"American farming should be one of the key pillars of how we combat climate change," candidate, Mayor Pete Buttigieg said during the November 20 debate. "I believe that the quest for the carbon negative farm could be as big a

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Charlotte Morton

“If the investment currently put into shale gas extraction was redirected to biogas production, we could make a major leap forward in achieving net zero emissions targets whilst helping meet the UK’s energy needs and developing an invaluable asset for

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine

"Industry, NHTSA, EPA, and other relevant agencies should promote the use of biodiesel and renewable diesel in MHDV engines...," advises the National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine in a new study, Reducing Fuel Consumption and Greenhouse Gas Emissions of Medium-

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Senator Chuck Grassley (R-IA)

"I've been hoodwinked so many times, not just by the EPA on this issue, but by other bureaucracies as well, so I'm going to see if what we talked about is the end product," Senatory Chuck Grassley (R-IA) told reporters

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- American Petroleum Institute

In a February 2018 letter to the EPA from the American Petroleum Institute: “…RIN costs are largely recovered by refineries, both large and small, through the increased value of gasoline and diesel fuel they supply to the market.”  ... “These

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Senator Chuck Grassley (R-IA)

"EPA is screwing around with the program to the detriment of agriculture and the ethanol industry. EPA needs to stop doing the bidding of big oil companies," Senator Chuck Grassley (R-IA) told reporters July 23, 2019, with regard to small

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Monte Shaw

(Biofuels are) "everything Democrats want to talk about in terms of engaging rural America. It’s climate, it’s jobs, it’s environment and it’s rural income,” said Monte Shaw, head of the Iowa Renewable Fuels Associationd as quote by Bloomberg. “If they’re willing

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK: Jim Lane

"Franklin Roosevelt named four (freedoms): freedom of expression, of worship, from want, from fear. The freedom to create value without harm to others, that could have been a fifth.  That’s the bioeconomy’s opportunity and its curse, to improve our circumstances and

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Dave VanderGriend

"The true hypocrisy is that some environmental groups, and to some extent the U.S. EPA, refuse to recognize emerging science and data that clearly show the growth of the ethanol industry has ushered in a new era of agriculture productivity

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Patricia Murphy

"You’d think that the pain that farmers have felt since Trump came into office might leave an opening for Democrats to move into in 2020, but they’ll have to do more than Clinton did in 2016, when her rural policy pitch mostly

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Steffen Mueller and Sam Rushing

"(E)thanol facilities capturing carbon deserve credit for the difference in emissions between gas cleanup and compression of fermentation CO2 versus alternative CO2 production from dirtier, often fossil, resources," write  Steffen Mueller and Sam Rushing in a recent Ethanol Producer Magazine piece

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Jennifer Rubin

"Democrats have been looking for the key to unlocking the rural vote. This however should be a layup for them. Other than progressive protectionists who rather like trade wars, Democratic contenders should be at every farm and farm town in

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Clean Air Dialogue

Key Principles from the California Clean Air Dialogue's Roadmap:  A Technology Neutral Approach – The goal of mobile source incentive funding should be to achieve emission reduction mandates in a manner that does not predetermine a technology approach. Funding should be directed

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Chris Frey

Researchers tested regular E10 with 10% ethanol to a mid-level blend with 27% ethanol or E27. They found that when splash blending or simply adding ethanol to regular consumer fuel, ethanol lowered particulate matter (PM), CO and CO2. The vehicles

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Jonas Abrahamsson

“Effective, long-term policy instruments are needed to reduce the negative climate impact of aviation. Introducing a reduction quota scheme as an alternative to the national aviation tax is thus a step in the right direction since it both reduces emissions

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK: Jessie Stolark

As someone once told me, biomass can be hard to love – there are so many questions about land use and ecosystems, food versus fuel, and other unintended consequences.  But the modern economy is built on carbon.  The central question,

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK: Andrea Kent

"Whether it’s a policy to eliminate it, reduce it or price it, carbon is the new currency..." explains Andrea Kent of Greenfield Global and Board Member for Renewable Industries Canada, describing the current Canadian elections.  She could also be describing insights

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK--Bill McKibben

"The amount of money, time and effort they (fossil fuel industry) invested in obfuscation and denial turns out to be staggering. And successful. ... So, at this point, success is not stopping global warming. ... Success is stopping global warming

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK--Mike Ackerman

Mike Ackerman, the owner of Ackerman Oil, which runs 10 gas stations in Indiana, says two of the stations sell E15, and plans are underway to add more. "I don't think the world as a whole can discount the need

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK--Chris Clayton

Chris Clayton, DTN Ag Policy Editor reported that Senate Agriculture Committee Chairman Pat Roberts, R-Kan., said at the American Farm Bureau Federation annual meeting that his committee will schedule hearings on trade and climate change in the near future and quoted

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Rebecca (Becky) Ong

Rebecca (Becky) Ong majored in chemical engineering and tacked on a degree in plant biology. “I had no plan to integrate them at all,” she says, “I was just interested in plants.” All of that changed, however, when Ong attended

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Catherine Rampell

"Here’s the thing. Taxing carbon is exactly how you get faster innovation. That’s kinda the point," observed Catherine Rampell in a recent Washington Post op-ed.  She continued, " A carbon tax prices in, upfront, the hidden costs of burning fossil fuels, including pollution and

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Urban Air Initiative

"Emails between the EPA and the oil industry show that EPA asked oil industry employees what test fuels they would “prefer to see tested” and then revised the test fuels in response to their input. The EPA also threw out

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Cassidy Walter

As Cassidy Walter of the Iowa Renewable Fuels Association points out in a recent Gazette op-ed, "In fact, not only has Big Oil enjoyed federal tax subsidies for the past 100 years, the federal government actually mandates all vehicle fuel

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Kelly Davis

In recent Renewable Fuels Association testimony, Kelly Davis noted, "It was apparent that the previous administration disregarded comments from RFA and many other stakeholders—including the automakers—that encouraged EPA to evaluate engines and fuels as integrated systems when assessing the efficacy

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Laurene Powell Jobs

Laurene Powell Jobs, quoted in a recent Washington Post article, explained "Change rarely originates at the top.  When you want change, lobbying Congress is important, but it can't be your whole strategy.  ...  The most effective way to create change

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK -- Jenna Bloxom

Jenna Bloxom, in a recent Biofuels Digest thought piece on the need "to drastically alter the public’s understanding and attitudes about biofuels," pointed to Standing Rock as, "among many things, a prime and missed opportunity for the biofuels industry to send

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