UNICA releases updated ethanol production dataUNICA, the Brazilian sugarcane industry association recently announced mills in the country’s south-central region produced 18.06 billion liters (4.77 billion gallons) of ethanol from the beginning of the current season through mid-September.
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USDA revises corn outlook in October WASDE reportThe USDA Office of Chief Economist has released the October edition of its World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates Report, predicting lower production for corn, with increased exports, reduced stocks and higher prices.
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Biogenic CO2 coalition launches grassroots campaign The Biogenic CO2 Coalition has launched a grassroots campaign to urge the U.S. EPA to remove its regulatory roadblock to the development of the emerging bioeconomy. The coalition has also sent letters to 2016 presidential candidates. READ MORE SHARE
Deinove shelves Deinol program, refocuses efforts France-based Deinove recently released financial results for the first half of 2016, announcing plans to shelve its advanced biofuel business and refocus its efforts on antibiotics and carotenoids in nutrition and cosmetics. READ MORE SHARE
RFA celebrates National Farmer’s DayIn recognition of National Farmer’s Day, the Renewable Fuels Association would like to thank farmers, the backbone of the U.S. economy, providing abundant supplies of food, fuel and fiber for the U.S. and the world. READ MORE SHARE
RFA announces fishing sponsorship to promote ethanolThe Renewable Fuels Association has announced it will be a co-title sponsor of the Crappie Masters Tournament Trail this year with Bass Pro Shops, in an effort to educate boaters, conservation enthusiasts and consumers about ethanol’s benefits.READ MORE SHARE
Six Poet plants installing CHP processesSix Poet biorefineries in Ohio and Indiana are installing a new energy generation system using combined-heat-and-power (CHP). These systems will reduce reliance on the electrical energy grid and recover waste energy for additional use in the plant.READ MORE SHARE