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The U.S Environmental Protection Agency has finalized the volume requirements under its Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) for blending with the nation's fuel supply that includes increases from existing levels but falls short of expectations from producers.

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Ethanol Industry Responds to Anti-Ethanol Amendments

PHOENIX, AZ - The Renewable Fuels Association (RFA) responded to oil patch legislation that would bar funding for the EPA to implement its decision to allow up to 15-percent ethanol blends (E15) for use in cars, pickups, and SUVs built in model year 2001 and newer

Ethanol Leaders Form Advocacy Council

WASHINGTON - Ethanol industry leaders announced they are coming together in conjunction with the Renewable Fuels Association (RFA) to form the Advanced Ethanol Council (AEC). The AEC will be focused on accelerating the commercialization of advanced ethanol.

Conference to Include GM Flex-Fuel Test Drives

PHOENIX - The Renewable Fuels Association's 16th annual National Ethanol Conference, scheduled for Feb. 20-22 in Phoenix, will offer test drives of General Motors' new cars and crossovers capable of running on E85 fuel.

Alt-Fuels Workshop Set for Jan. 13

WASHINGTON - The Alternative Fuels Trade Alliance will kick off its 2011 nationwide training program on alternative fuels at a workshop for fleet managers on Jan. 13 in San Diego.

Alt-Fuel Workshop Set for Texas Nov. 16

WASHINGTON - The Propane Education & Research Council (PERC), along with other members of the Alternative Fuel Trade Alliance, will hold an alternative fuel workshop in Arlington, Texas, on Nov. 16 from 8 a.m. to 3:15 p.m.

Alternative Fuel Trade Alliance to Hold Workshop in Denver

DENVER - The Alternative Fuel Trade Alliance will hold a free workshop Sept. 9 in Denver. The training seminar will cover alternative fuel quality, infrastructure, available vehicles, safety, and environmental impact of propane, ethanol, biodiesel, and compressed natural gas.

E15 Issue Continues to Divide Auto & Ethanol Industries

WASHINGTON - The Environmental Protection Agency's impending decision this summer on whether to grant an E15 waiver request -- a move that would increase the amount of ethanol that could be blended in gasoline from 10 to 15 percent -- continues to stir plenty of debate. The issue essentially pits the ethanol industry against the auto and oil industries.