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And yet Labor Day saw the quiet unveiling of a project that provides minute detail—down to individual factories—of the movement of corn along America’s sprawling meat and ethanol supply chains.
While Philadelphia Energy and other independent refiners have tried to get the government to scrap RINs, DuPont Co. and other biofuel investors and big agricultural businesses have supported ethanol subsidies.
The proposal to attach renewable identification numbers (RINs) to exports would have been a boon to farmers and ethanol refiners while also providing more liquidity to the RINs market.
The project, a speck of industry just outside tiny Emmetsburg, Iowa, was to be the nation’s first-ever cellulosic ethanol plant to operate at commercial scale.
Rail accidents unintentionally released 2.6 million gallons of ethanol in 58 incidents from 2005 to 2015, according to the report.
Every ingredient of this cocktail contains alcohol, so Liggett’s main focus is toning down the ethanol burn in each drink.
That was the red line crossed that took MTBE out of our gasoline and moved the nation over to ethanol as our fuel oxygenate.
Green Plains Inc., one of the biggest U.S. ethanol producers, rose 1.3 percent to $19.70 at 12:44 p.m. in New York.
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