Joint Statement from RFA and Growth Energy on Motion for Partial Summary Judgment in FOIA Lawsuit Regarding Small Refinery Exemption Transparency

Upon the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) failure to adequately respond to several Freedom of Information Act requests filed by the biofuels industry regarding the small refinery exemption (SRE) program and

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RFA Testimony to EPA Advisory Committee Calls for Immediate Action on Delayed Decisions

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency needs to take concrete steps immediately to support U.S. ethanol producers and rural America in these troubled times, according to testimony provided today by Renewable

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Ethanol Coalition Welcomes Reports of ‚ÄėGap-Year‚Äô Waiver Petition Denials, Denounces Refiners‚Äô Supreme Court Petition

The Renewable Fuels Association (RFA), National Corn Growers Association (NCGA), National Farmers Union (NFU) and American Coalition for Ethanol (ACE) today welcomed news reports that President Trump has directed the

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Farmers, Ethanol Producers File Court Brief Defending EPA’s Year-Round E15 Regulation

Responding to the oil industry’s effort to undermine the expansion of E15 (gasoline containing 15% ethanol), the Renewable Fuels Association, Growth Energy and National Corn Growers Association on Friday filed

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Coalition Opposes API Petition on 2020 RFS Obligations

A coalition of ethanol and farm groups today sent a letter to the Environmental Protection Agency opposing the American Petroleum Institute’s recent petition requesting reconsideration of the 2020 Renewable Fuel

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Renewable Fuels Coalition Welcomes Administration’s Decision Not to Seek Re-Hearing of Tenth Circuit SRE Ruling

Ethanol and farm groups today welcomed the Trump administration’s decision not to seek a re-hearing of a recent ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit that

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Renewable Fuels Coalition Launches Campaign Calling for EPA Not to Appeal 10th Circuit Decision

With the need for a decision only days away, the coalition that successfully won a unanimous court decision against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency continued its call for the agency

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