2019 Ethanol Outlook | CoBank Knowledge Exchange Brief

2019 Ethanol Outlook | CoBank Knowledge Exchange Brief

Ethanol production has been abundant. Under the weight of this abundance, industry margins will likely remain weak for the rest of 2019. Corn production is down, thanks to a soggy spring, which means higher corn prices. This will also squeeze ethanol margins, forcing some plants to shut down or idle their production. Exports remain one Read more about 2019 Ethanol Outlook | CoBank Knowledge Exchange Brief[…]

Nebraska Ethanol: Learning More – Ted Free

Nebraska Ethanol: Learning More – Ted Free

I try to talk them through some of the questions that they have there’s many websites that I that you can go to such as growth energy org RFA has a good website ace has a good website but there’s lots of information lots of ways to get those questions answered ethanol as we know Read more about Nebraska Ethanol: Learning More – Ted Free[…]

Why Are Leading Petroleum Marketers and C-Stores Adding E15?

Why Are Leading Petroleum Marketers and C-Stores Adding E15?

So you’re thinking about adding a new fuel to your slate. Well, have you thought about your options? There’s more than 250 million passenger cars and trucks on the road in America and basically all of them need some kind of liquid fuel. So how do you choose? In the past you probably chose from Read more about Why Are Leading Petroleum Marketers and C-Stores Adding E15?[…]

Consumer Ethanol Benefits – Troy Bredenkamp

Consumer Ethanol Benefits – Troy Bredenkamp

Well as a consumer what I like about ethanol is that it’s homegrown it’s made here in Nebraska it’s renewable it’s cheaper than regular gasoline and it’s better for the environment much cleaner coming out of my tailpipe. Ethanol is very important to the state of Nebraska it’s over a four and a half billion Read more about Consumer Ethanol Benefits – Troy Bredenkamp[…]

Avoiding Ethanol Fuel in Your Yamaha Outboard | Sportsman’s Marine

Avoiding Ethanol Fuel in Your Yamaha Outboard | Sportsman’s Marine

There’s an important little sticker on my boat right here on my gas cap that serves as an important reminder to never fill up with a 15% ethanol-blended fuel commonly known as “E-15” Why? Because E-15 is not an approved fuel for my Yamaha outboard and that concerns me because in many markets, E-15 is Read more about Avoiding Ethanol Fuel in Your Yamaha Outboard | Sportsman’s Marine[…]

Ethanol Industry Bashes Obama for the Stalled RFS

Ethanol Industry Bashes Obama for the Stalled RFS

Monte Shaw, Iowa Renewables Fuels Association, “We came right up to the blender wall, we were about to crack through with the help of the RFS which is what the law envisioned, and they hit neutral.” Politicians and biofuel industry leaders gathered in Iowa this week to discuss the outlook for renewable fuels. Those in Read more about Ethanol Industry Bashes Obama for the Stalled RFS[…]

Ethanol Producer Magazine's Top News - Week of 7.8.19

Ethanol Producer Magazine's Top News – Week of 7.8.19

welcome to ethanol producer Magazine's top headlines from the past week I'm your host Jill Nelson mark your calendar now for the 36th annual international fuel ethanol workshop and Expo taking place in Minneapolis Minnesota June 15th through the 17th 2020 the FE W is the world's largest ethanol event and is truly where producers Read more about Ethanol Producer Magazine's Top News – Week of 7.8.19[…]

2019 Ethanol Outlook | CoBank

2019 Ethanol Outlook | CoBank

Ethanol production has been abundant. Under the weight of this abundance, industrymargins will likely remain weak for the rest of 2019. Corn production is down, thanks to a soggyspring, which means higher corn prices. This will also squeeze ethanol margins, forcingsome plants to shut down or idle their production. Exports remain one area of optimism. Read more about 2019 Ethanol Outlook | CoBank[…]

EPA Mandate Vs General Welfare | Corn, Iran War, Grand Solar Minimum, and E15 Biofuel

EPA Mandate Vs General Welfare | Corn, Iran War, Grand Solar Minimum, and E15 Biofuel

corn is probably one of the most important props in the world our global economy is heading for a major major wipeout is going to change the way that you eat it is going to change the supply of your food and is going to change where your financial resources have to go to survive Read more about EPA Mandate Vs General Welfare | Corn, Iran War, Grand Solar Minimum, and E15 Biofuel[…]