Latest Ethanol fuel in the United States Stories

2009-12-01 15:21:00

Job Creation, Reducing Pollution, National Security at Stake WASHINGTON, Dec. 1 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Growth Energy, the coalition of U.S.

2009-11-12 17:59:00

DENVER, Nov. 12 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- BIOFUEL ENERGY CORP. (Nasdaq: BIOF), an ethanol production company, today announced its third quarter results.

2009-09-01 11:00:00

"The American people deserve to know more about the gasoline they purchase every day -- where it comes from and where their hard-earned dollars ultimately go every time they fill up their cars and trucks. "Most Americans don't want their paychecks going to Venezuela and other regimes that don't agree with and support the U.S.

2009-05-19 05:50:00

On Monday, an environmental group and a boating industry trade group announced that blending more than 10 percent ethanol into gasoline will result in damage to engines and more air pollution.

2009-05-05 16:26:00

Ethanol Expert Dr. Steffen Mueller Says Peer Review Process Critical CHICAGO, May 5 /PRNewswire/ -- DR. S.

2009-05-04 06:25:00

President Barack Obama's promise to battle climate change will soon be tested as his administration faces questions on whether ethanol hurts or helps global warming.

2009-04-23 23:35:00

Statement attributed to Tim O'Connor, attorney for Environmental Defense Fund SACRAMENTO, Calif., April 24 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Environmental Defense Fund commends the California Air Resources Board for today adopting the world's first Low Carbon Fuel Standard (LCFS) that, once implemented, can dramatically reduce the environmental impact of transportation.

2009-04-15 11:41:13

Ethanol production in Minnesota and Iowa uses far less water overall than similar processes in states where water is less plentiful, a new University of Minnesota study shows.

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