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Blogging For Biofuels

Where Does Kasich Stand On Ethanol?

  • Wednesday, 10 February 2016 14:32

Following the New Hampshire primary, the spotlight has now shifted to Ohio Governor, John Kasich, who finished with the second number of votes in the yesterday's GOP primary. As the race for the Republican nomination heats up, we take look at where Kasich stands on the RFS and ethanol.

DDGS for Me

  • Tuesday, 09 February 2016 15:45

Recently we published our recipe for Peanut Butter DDGS, and boy were they good! This recipe led to people reaching out for more information on human- grade DDGS.

The final numbers are out. E15 sales in Minnesota in 2015 closed at a record-breaking 3.09 million gallons. 

Use E15 To Reduce Carbon Emissions Today

  • Wednesday, 03 February 2016 11:58

It’s no secret that the transportation sector is one the largest contributors to climate change. But alarmingly, it continues to remain the fastest growing source of greenhouse gas emissions.

What The Cruz Victory Means

  • Tuesday, 02 February 2016 13:54

Barely a few hours after Sen. Ted Cruz won the Iowa Caucuses, some pundits in the media have declared it was a sign that ethanol is no longer the third rail of politics in Iowa. But was that really the case?

KS95 At Richfield Minnoco On Jan 26!

  • Friday, 22 January 2016 13:50

Twin cities radio station, KS95 FM, will be with the Minnesota Bio-Fuels Association at Richfield Minnoco on Jan 26 to encourage and rewards consumers who fuel up with E15.

USA Today Stoops To A New Low

  • Thursday, 21 January 2016 14:03

Now that ethanol has become a major issue in the Republican presidential race in Iowa, it was only a matter of time before the media waded in.

The EPA's Definition Of Supply Is Wrong

  • Wednesday, 20 January 2016 15:18

Last week, several ethanol and ag groups filed a petition with the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia challenging the EPA's final rule on the 2016 RFS. This week, an economist has weighed and raise more questions, suggesting the EPA's intepretation of the law is wrong.