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The Ohio Corn and Wheat Growers Association hosted a group of government officials and business leaders from Africa and Europe to talk about ethanol.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s new Renewable Fuel Standard volumes have people talking. And not in a good way.

Perhaps, ethanol is not the direction we should be going, according to some academics from the corn belt. Alan Guebert weighs in on their perspective.

The EPA released a final rule for the Renewable Fuel Standard June 3 that sets a goal of 15 billion gallons of renewable fuel for 2022. At the same time, some states are turning to higher blends of ethanol for fuel cost relief.

On the surface, it would seem that allowing E15 would be a boon for production. It is not that simple. Marlin Clark explains in this week's grain report.

How steep is the environmental price of ethanol? Will EVs lead to more opportunities for ethanol? Alan Guebert considers what the future holds for ethanol.

Now that the U.S. has weaned itself off of its reliance on liquid fuel from across the ocean, it’s battling a dependency of another kind as the transition from fossil fuels to renewables continues.

Zac Hayburn joined the U.S. Grains Council Sept. 13 as the new global ethanol program coordinator in the council's Washington, D.C., headquarters.

The ethanol market is in trouble. Alan Guebert digs into the markets, politics and science behind the decline of ethanol use.

More than 40 ethanol plants said in a letter sent to President Joe Biden that they support the goals to reduce greenhouse gas emissions 50% by 2030 and hit net zero by 2050. The list of signatories includes one Ohio ethanol plant, Guardian Lima LLC, in Lima, Ohio.