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If US ethanol production remains relatively high through the second half of the year, 2017 will set a new record for annual fuel ethanol production.

Fuel ethanol production capacity in the United States reached 15.5 billion gallons per year, or 1.01 million barrels per day, at the beginning of 2017.

Boaters should be aware of fuel issues that come with using ethanol as a fuel extender.

A report finds GHG emissions from corn-based ethanol in the U.S. are about 43 percent lower than gasoline when measured on an energy equivalent basis.

EIA forecasts continued biomass-based diesel growth due to EPA's final 2017 RFS targets; ethanol demand stagnant.

The total renewable fuel volume will grow 1.2 billion gallons from 2016 to 2017, a 6 percent increase.

Total capacity of U.S. ethanol plants increased by more than 500 million gallons per year in January 2016, compared with January 2015.

The outlook for row crop agriculture is not pretty, but imagine how much worse things would be if farmers hadn’t had the vision 25 years ago to build the ethanol industry, says renewable fuel proponent.

It looks like we're heading toward another corn surplus.

Historic $115 million facility by Iowa-based Summit and Brazilian partner Fiagril will take advantage of expected ethanol supply/demand imbalance and introduce valuable feedstocks to Brazil’s livestock industry.