Blogging For Biofuels


Congratulations to the Governor and those members, or soon to be members, of the Minnesota House of Representatives and the Minnesota Congressional Delegation for their election victories this past Tuesday. On behalf of the Minnesota Bio-Fuels Association, which represents biofuel producers across Minnesota, we look forward to working with the Governor and newly elected lawmakers as well as those lawmakers who will be returning to office.

Election 2014 Review : Gov. Mark Dayton

  • Wednesday, 05 November 2014 00:00

In the run-up to the Nov 4 midterm elections, we brought you a series of what the candidates said about biofuels. The purpose of the series was to give voters an idea of which candidates, to put it frankly, would be good for the biofuels industry. Now that the elections are done and dusted, we take a look at what the results mean for the biofuel industry.

What The Candidates Say : Jeff Johnson

  • Monday, 03 November 2014 00:00

For our final segment on what the candidates say on biofuels, we bring you gubernatorial candidate, Jeff Johnson's, views on biofuels.

What The Candidates Say : Pat Bacon

  • Thursday, 30 October 2014 00:00

Today we feature Pat Bacon's views on biofuels. Bacon is running against Rep. Bob Gunther for Minnesota House seat 23A. Read his views below.

What The Candidates Say : Rep. Bob Gunther

  • Wednesday, 29 October 2014 00:00

 Today, we share with you Rep. Bob Gunther's views on biofuels. Gunther currently represents district 23A. Read his views on biofuels below.

Today we feature Cheryl Avenel-Navara's views on biofuels. Avenel-Navara is running against Rep. Rod Hamilton in District 22B. Read her views below.

What The Candidates Say : Rep. Rod Hamilton

  • Monday, 27 October 2014 00:00

We kickoff the final week before the mid-term elections with views from Rep. Rod Hamilton, who sits on the Agriculture Policy committee in the Minnesota House of Representatives and represents district 22B. Here are his views on biofuels:

E85 Sales In August Up 13%

  • Friday, 24 October 2014 00:00

Sales of E85 in August grew 13.22 percent to 1.34 million gallons from 1.19 million gallons in July, according to the Minnesota Department of Commerce.