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EPA Considers High-Octane Midlevel Ethanol Blends in Midterm Evaluation of Greenhouse Gas Standards

On behalf of Urban Air Initiative and a coalition of ethanol producers and agricultural stakeholders, and separately on behalf of Illinois Corn Growers Association and Missouri Corn Growers Association, BG&A persuaded EPA to consider the role of midlevel ethanol fuel blends in its Midterm Evaluation of EPA’s greenhouse gas standards for model years 2022 to 2025. In a public hearing and in written comments,…

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BG&A’s Adam Gustafson To Speak on “Shifting to High Octane Fuel” at Ethanol Conference

Adam Gustafson will speak at the annual conference of the American Coalition for Ethanol (ACE) on Thursday, in Omaha, Nebraska. He will discuss the regulatory opportunities and challenges that confront the auto industry and others who seek to make low-cost, high-octane fuel a commercial reality nationwide. Mr. Gustafson will be joined by Brian West, Deputy Director of the Oak Ridge…

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BG&A Asks EPA To Repeal and Replace Anti-Competitive Fuel Rules

On behalf of the Urban Air Initiative and a coalition of environmental organizations, renewable fuel producers, and farm boards, BG&A filed comments with EPA’s Regulatory Reform Task Force concerning its evaluation of existing regulations. BG&A’s comments ask EPA to repeal and replace specific outdated rules that have hindered the development of clean, high-octane gasoline-ethanol blends. The comments identify five different sets of EPA…

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