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BG&A’s Adam Gustafson Discusses Biofuel Litigation and Policy at Iowa Renewable Fuel Summit

Boyden Gray & Associates partner Adam Gustafson discussed pending litigation and forthcoming rulemakings concerning biofuels at the Iowa Renewable Fuel Summit, in a conversation with Iowa RFA Executive Director Monte Shaw. Gustafson expressed hope for market access for fuel blends with higher concentrations of ethanol in light of the President’s commitment to removing regulatory barriers to higher ethanol blends, EPA’s…

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BG&A Urges EPA To Update its Greenhouse Gas Lifecycle Analysis for Corn Ethanol

On behalf of the Urban Air Initiative, Clean Fuels Development Coalition, 25x’25 Alliance, Nebraska Ethanol Board, and Nebraska Ethanol Industry Coalition, Boyden Gray & Associates filed comments on EPA’s Proposed Renewable Fuel Standard Rule for 2018, asking EPA to revise its outdated 2010 lifecycle analysis for corn ethanol. In its comments on the Proposed Rule, BG&A highlighted a recent USDA…

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BG&A Files Comments on EPA’s Renewable Fuel Standards for 2017

On behalf of the Energy Future Coalition, Urban Air Initiative, Governors’ Biofuels Coalition, Clean Fuels Development Coalition, 25x’25 Alliance, Nebraska Ethanol Board, and Nebraska Ethanol Industry Coalition, Boyden Gray & Associates filed comments on EPA’s Proposed Renewable Fuel Standard Rule for 2017, asking EPA to revise its outdated and flawed analysis of air pollution from the production and use of…

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Environmental Organizations and State Governors Ask EPA to Correct Outdated Ethanol and Gasoline Lifecycle Emissions Estimates

On behalf of the Energy Future Coalition, the Urban Air Initiative, and the Governors’ Biofuels Coalition, Boyden Gray & Associates filed a Request for Correction of Information asking EPA to revise its outdated and flawed analysis of the emissions of ethanol and gasoline throughout their production and use. EPA continues to rely on its 2010 lifecycle analysis in rules related to…

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