July 15, 2024     
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Biointermediates (a.k.a. biointermediate feedstocks, or biointermediaries) are a complicated yet increasingly critical part of the discussion around the future of the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) and…

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How Much Cleaner Can Combustion Engines Get?

On September 30, the Department of Energy’s Office of Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy hosted a webinar titled “Co-Optimization of Fuels & Engines: Past, present, and future — what did we learn…

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DATA DIVE: Inside the Updated GREET Models

Argonne National Laboratory has released the 2021 version of its Greenhouse gases, Regulated Emissions, and Energy Use in Technologies (GREET®) Model. GREET updates are closely watched by biofuel…

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Biodiesel Delivered … by Pipeline?

It is common knowledge among liquid fuel stakeholders that biodiesel is available in the U.S. primarily via rail, truck, or barge shipment.

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DATA DIVE: Emission Reductions You Can Actually See

You know those cloudy trails you see behind an airplane as it flies overhead? Those are called contrails. They’re essentially ice crystals made from vapor released by the airplane’s engine exhaust.…

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Is SAF Ready for Takeoff?

The president of the United States supports tax incentives for sustainable aviation fuel (SAF).

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RIN Prices Hit then Retreat from All-Time High

According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA), on May 18, D6 corn fuel ethanol RIN prices reached $1.90 per gallon, and D4 biomass-based diesel RIN prices reached $2.00. Both prices…

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Biodiesel’s Heroism Now on Display in the Midwest

The Minnesota Soybean Research & Promotion Council (MSR&PC) has launched a new superhero-themed marketing campaign and website to promote the environmental benefits of biodiesel.

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