State-owned Indonesian energy company Pertamina is launching a new gasoline product containing 5 percent ethanol this summer, according to a report filed with the USDA Foreign Agricultural Service’s Global Agricultural Information Network.
While in Japan for the USDA's Agricultural Trade Missionn early June, the U.S. Grains Council delegation witnessed the opening of the first E7 fueling station in Japan. The pioneering projects showcases the country's commitment to sustainable fuels.
Rayonier Advanced Materials Inc. hosted a groundbreaking ceremony at its new second-generation bioethanol plant located in Tartas, Les Landes France, on June 15, 2023. The facility is expected to begin operations next year.
Production and use of renewable ethanol from ePURE members reduced greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by an average of 78.4 percent when compared to fossil fuels in 2022, according to newly certified data.
The USGC's Southeast Asia and Oceania office recently participated in two simultaneous renewable fuels events in Australia and Thailand, giving presentations and partaking in panel discussions on renewable fuels and ethanol.