Japan Shifts Policy To Allow U.S. Ethanol

The change is part of update to existing sustainability policy. The U.S. Grains Council (USGC), the Renewable Fuels Association (RFA), Growth Energy and their member organizations welcome the news that the Japanese government’s new biofuel policy will allow imports of ETBE made from U.S. corn-based ethanol. “The U.S. Grains Council is pleased by this decision

Gemini Wins 2018 North American Safety Champion Award

National Tank Truck Carriers Inc. recognizes Love’s Travel Stops’ fuel-hauling fleet. National Tank Truck Carriers Inc. (NTTC), a trade association that specializes in bulk transportation services, recognized Gemini Motor Transport, the primary fuel-hauling fleet for Love’s Travel Stops, for its safe driving record. Representatives from Gemini accepted The Harvison Division North American Safety Champion Award

Growth Energy Welcomes President Trump’s Support for E15

Growth Energy responds to President Donald Trump’s commitment to lift RVP limits on E15. Growth Energy CEO Emily Skor applauded President Trump’s commitment to lifting outdated Reid Vapor Pressure (RVP) limits on summer-time sales of E15 without tying RVP relief to any refinery-backed limits on Renewable Identification Numbers (RINs) and the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS).

ACE Thanks President Trump for E15 Support

E15 blending nationwide will increase ethanol blending, which will increase the supply of RIN credits and help bring down their price, says ACE CEO.     President Donald Trump publicly pledged his support of allowing the sale of E15 year-round. The American Coalition for Ethanol (ACE) CEO Brian Jennings released the following statement: “ACE has been

ACE Speaks on Ethanol Marketing, Benefits at NEB Forum

Charlie Bosselman of Bosselman Enterprises to discuss  flex fuel marketing experiences with Pump ‘N Pantry stores in a panel on April 13. American Coalition for Ethanol (ACE) board member and past board president Ron Alverson of Dakota Ethanol spoke April 12 at Nebraska Ethanol Board’s 2018 Emerging Issues Forum in Omaha, Neb., about assessing new

Weigel’s Celebrates First Winner in Free Gas Sweepstakes

First of 12 winners awarded. Weigel’s, based in Powell, Tenn. has announced the first winner of its Free Gas for a Year sweepstakes. Kathleen Hooker is the first winner of Weigel’s Free Gas for a Year, and will be awarded her prize tomorrow at her local Weigel’s Store #75: 105 Boyds Creek in Seymour. Hooker

Readying for Transportation Trends

Whether it’s horse-drawn wagons, gasoline-powered cars or electrical vehicles, there’s opportunity for convenience retailers to become part of the transportation movement trending at the time. By Mark Radosevich While driving through a small town near my office in Tennessee recently, I was surprised to see an Amish horse and wagon tied to a hitching post

Chance for Automakers to Reduce GHG Emissions

Ethanol organization touts EPA decision as a chance to improve environmental levels. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued its final determination on the appropriateness of model year 2022-2025 vehicle emissions standards today, effectively triggering a new process to revise the standards later this year. The determination includes carbon-dioxide equivalent greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. American

EPA Seeks To Cut Obama Rules On Gas Mileage

Trump administration says “standards set too high.” The Trump administration on Monday announced that it would revise tough mileage-per-gallon fuel standards for cars and light trucks, saying the rules agreed to during President Obama’s time in office were “not appropriate,” reported the USA Today. “The Obama administration’s determination was wrong,” said Scott Pruitt, head of