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Alan Guebert weighs in on the allegations against AltEn, an ethanol maker near Mead, Nebraska, and the alleged environmental mess of its biofuels plant.

Alan Guebert details a lesson for rural America, diving into the chemical and ethical cloud now shrouding AltEn, a 25 million-gallon per year ethanol plant.

Ethanol production hit record lows in April when stay-at-home orders were enacted. Learn more about the local impact and where the industry stands today.

John Linder, a fifth-generation Ohio farmer, began his role as president of the National Corn Growers Association Oct. 1.

President Donald Trump announced an agreement Oct. 4 on the Renewable Fuel Standard, which could lead to more biofuel blending.

Ohio State research is making it more viable to turn agricultural waste into renewable fuel.

The United States exported a record volume of ethanol in 2018 for the second year in a row, according to the Energy Information Administration.

The year-round sale of E15 looks likely, if a proposal by EPA to apply a summer blend waiver is approved.

The Energy Information Administration predicts stable U.S. production, consumption and trade of biofuels through 2020.

The EPA issued a proposal to set the minimum amount of renewable fuels to be supplied in 2019, as well as the biomass-based diesel volume standard for 2020.