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USDA: Corn acres expand again, July crop conditions good

July 1, 2013

BY Susanne Retka Schill

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USDA: Corn use for ethanol production up significantly in December

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The USDA recently released its Grain Crushings and Co-Products Production report for February, reporting that corn use for ethanol production was up in December when compared to both the previous month and December 2022.

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The government of Singapore has unveiled an action plan that aims to decarbonize the country’s aviation sector. The program will, in part, require flights departing Singapore to be fueled with sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) starting in 2026.

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