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Renewable Fuel Standard Program- Renewable Fuel Required to Be Blended Into Gasoline to 7.5 Billion Gallons By 2012


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EPA, under the Energy Policy Act of 2005, is responsible for promulgating regulations to ensure that gasoline sold in the United States contains a minimum volume of renewable fuel. The Renewable Fuel Standard program will increase the volume of renewable



   

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Scott Shaubel (816)
Tuesday February 26, 2008, 7:14 am

Patricia A. Woertz,said A.D.M., the grain-processing giant, would seek to maintain its leadership in biofuels, like ethanol, by diversifying its

production sources beyond corn..company’s goal was to be the global leader in bioenergy,.

- - Boom in biofuel crops could increase competition between food and fuel...

- Strain on water supply and soil erosion possible down-sides to biofuel crops
 

Scott Shaubel (816)
Tuesday February 26, 2008, 7:16 am

ADM Buyout Rumor: Put It To Bed - visions of ADM becoming the "Exxon of Biofuels"
 

Scott Shaubel (816)
Tuesday February 26, 2008, 9:47 am

I'm sure Patricia is a very nice person,.. perhaps just a "little" misguided.
 

Micahel Dewey (1021)
Tuesday February 26, 2008, 12:38 pm
Corn isn't the way to go is it? Brazil is almost 100% energy self sufficient though making fuels out of sugarcane.
It was an American Communist who had run for the White House who wrote in a book, "The People own the oil, not the Oil Comp."
 
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