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RFN: With Pruitt's departure, now is the time for the EPA to act on E15

The resignation of EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt and the need to advance American Ethanol

Published July 5, 2019


Midlands Voices: Ethanol offers a cleaner choice for fuel

By Steve Wellman - Director, Nebraska Department of Agriculture

Published by Omaha World Herald 

June 28, 2018

RFN skeptical of EPA's announced 2019 Renewable Volume Obligation (RVO)

Statement from Renewable Fuels Nebraska

Regarding EPA's Announced 2019 Renewable Volume Obligation


Pruitt says he backs E15; ethanol industry calls for him to be fired

EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt meets with agricultural leaders at NE Farm Bureau to talk Waters of the US, discussion gets heated when the topic turns to ethanol.

By Chris Dunker - Lincoln Journal Star

Published June 14, 2018

Let Nebraska Ethanol Power Your Summer

By Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts & Nebraska Corn Board Chair Dave Merrell

Published by Lincoln Journal Star - June 2, 2018

Ethanol Coalition Files Suit Against EPA's Secretive Small Refinery Exemptions

While Investors Reaped Millions, Three ‘Small’ Refineries Claimed They Could not Afford to Comply with Renewable Fuel Obligations

Midwest Biofuels Groups Ask EPA to Stop Destroying Ethanol Demand and Start Approving New Ethanol Projects

Five-State Letter Led by RFN Sent to the EPA Regarding Ethanol Project Approvals 

Studies: Ethanol reduces toxic emissions, improves air quality

Two studies find that higher blends of ethanol can reduct toxic tailpipe emssions by as much as 50 percent.

Trump Should Keep Ethanol Promise

Midland Voices Editorial

By Troy Bredenkamp, Executive Director of Renewable Fuels Nebraska

Published in Omaha World Harold, April 13, 2018

Trump Ethanol Moves May Be Worse for Farmers Than Soy Tariff

Originally published by Bloomberg News

April 10, 2018

By Mario Parker

  • Change to biofuel mandate may mean destruction of corn demand.

  • Growers already dealing with trade concerns, crop gluts.