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Class I railroad status reports point to continued service delays

BY Erin VoegeleFound In:Operations, Business, PolicyOn Oct. 29, Class I railroads filed their second weekly status reports with the Surface Transportation Board. According to the STB, the reports will promote industry-wide transparency, accountability and improvements in rail service. READ MORE

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Growth Energy sponsors FFA programs

BY Growth Energy Found In:BusinessGrowth Energy is pleased to announce a multi-year commitment and new partnership with the National FFA Organization to build on critical projects that prepare today's students to become tomorrow’s leaders in American agriculture. READ MORE

22 hours ago

Pacific Ethanol reports strong Q3 financial results

BY Erin VoegeleFound In:Operations, BusinessPacific Ethanol Inc. has released third quarter financial results. During an investor call, Neil Koehler, president and CEO of Pacific Ethanol, noted 2014 is on pace to be a record year for the company. READ MORE

22 hours ago

UNCIA publishes sugarcane harvest, ethanol production update

BY Erin VoegeleFound In:Markets, BusinessUNICA, the Brazilian sugarcane industry association, has released a new biweekly report. Since April, the report indicates ethanol sales have totaled 13.11 billion liters, with most of that production, 12.34 billion liters, sold domestically. READ MORE

22 hours ago

Researchers win funding for miscanthus, sorghum research

BY University of Illinois Found In:Feedstocks, CellulosicTwo University of Illinois crop sciences researchers interested in improving plant feedstocks for bioenergy production were selected to receive funding from the USDA and U.S. Department of Energy. READ MORE

22 hours ago

Researchers transform toxic waste into green energy

BY Concordia University Found In:CellulosicHow can a struggling industry like pulp and paper in Canada be revived? According to Damien Biot-Pelletier, a Concordia doctoral candidate in biology, the answer lies in synthetic biology. READ MORE

October 30, 2014

CRFA names new leader following Thurlow's departure

BY Holly JessenFound In:Markets, BusinessThe Canadian Renewable Fuels Association has announced that W. Scott Thurlow has stepped down from his position as president and Andrea Kent, previously vice president of communications, has been appointed to the position. READ MORE


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