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Ethanol Makers' Long Hot Summer
Green Plains Renewable Energy Inc., the fourth-biggest U.S. ethanol producer, slowed production at two of its plants that use less-efficient processing technology early this year, cutting its ethanol output by about 5%.
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Jesse Kline: America's corny farm subsidies are making a bad drought worse
Corn is not the best product to derive ethanol from, but its powerful lobby, combined with artificially high supply, caused it to be used to make fuel.
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Record heatwave boosts corn prices � and fears of food inflation
... crop that's getting hit by the heatwave - soy beans, wheat and barley are also higher - but what makes corn interesting is the fact that it's an input in the manufacture of a slew of other products, from animal feed and processed foods to ethanol ...
Ethanol 'One of the Most Hated Industries': CEO
The company buys up to 3 percent of the nation's corn supply to make ethanol, an unprofitable business lately due to high corn costs.
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Ethanol Added $14.5 Billion to Consumer Motor Fuel Costs in 2011, Study Finds
Today, FarmEcon LLC released RFS, Fuel and Food Prices, and the Need for Statutory Flexibility, a study of ethanol's impact on food and fuel prices.
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Khosla-Backed Coskata Shelves IPO, Shifting Focus to Gas
Coskata Inc. (COSK), a biofuel company backed by venture capitalist Vinod Khosla, shelved its $100 million initial public offering and is seeking investors for a plant that will convert natural gas into ethanol. Unfavorable market conditions were the ...
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Why the Fight Over the �Great Green Fleet� is Fuelish
Next week in the Pacific Ocean, more than 25,000 American sailors and Marines will conduct one of the largest naval war games ever held.
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First Nations Hold the Cards in Northern Gateway Battle with Enbridge
When the National Transportation Safety Board released a scathing report this month faulting Enbridge for its Michigan oil spill, speculation began instantly about whether it would harm the company's chances for its Northern Gateway pipeline to the ...
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Navy 2, Congress 0 in Biofuel Cage Match
Part of the attention is due to year-long publicity leading up to the launch of the Navy's new Green Strike Group in a huge multinational, competitive maritime exercise called the Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC). The Green Strike Group is anchored by a ...
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Wilbur Ross: These Energy Trades Permanently Changed
However don't paint all railroads with one brush, �Others do a big business hauling nat gas, ethanol and other liquids.
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