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EPA approves pathway for isobutanol as an advanced biofuel

Gevo, Inc. (NASDAQ:GEVO), announced that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has approved the pathway for isobutanol produced at Gevo’s Luverne, Minn., plant to be an advanced biofuel under the Renewable Fuel Standard Program. This is the first time that the EPA has approved a pathway for an advanced biofuel that uses starch from feed corn to produce an alcohol. With ...

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Weekly 5: Chris-Craft plans $10 million plant expansion

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The BI Weekly 5 is a collection of tips, news and data affecting the boating industry this week. Be sure to look for the BI Weekly 5 every week on BoatingIndustry.com. 1. Chris-Craft plans $10 million plant expansion Chris-Craft is making plans for a $10 million plant expansion and retooling project at its Manatee, Fla., facility, the Bradenton Herald reported. ...

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Gevo partners with Musket Corp., brings isobutanol to the West

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Isobutanol producer Gevo, Inc. recently signed a contract with Musket Corp. a national fuel distributor and logistics firm that is part of the Love’s Family of Companies, to have Musket Corp. blend Gevo’s isobutanol with gasoline for its marine and off-road customers. Musket Corp. will initially offer this fuel in Arizona, Nevada and Utah. Love’s has a strong presence in ...

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Weekly 5: Industry scrutinizes Trump position on ethanol

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The BI Weekly 5 is a collection of tips, news and data affecting the boating industry this week. Be sure to look for the BI Weekly 5 every week on BoatingIndustry.com. 1. Industry scrutinizes Trump position on ethanol With a Republican administration under President-elect Donald Trump coming to Washington, the boating industry is looking to see how it handles ethanol ...

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Weekly 5: NMMA urges Congress to act on E15

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The BI Weekly 5 is a collection of tips, news and data affecting the boating industry this week. Be sure to look for the BI Weekly 5 every week on BoatingIndustry.com. 1. NMMA sends letter to Congress on E15 The National Marine Manufacturers Association and a coalition of small engine manufacturers and consumer have sent a letter to Congress calling ...

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Weekly 5: Industry delivers comments on ethanol standards

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The BI Weekly 5 is a collection of tips, news and data affecting the boating industry this week. Be sure to look for the BI Weekly 5 every week on BoatingIndustry.com. 1. Industry delivers comments on ethanol standards Industry groups submitted thousands of comments from the industry, speaking out against increased ethanol levels as part of the Renewable Fuel Standard. ...

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BoatUS delivers over 24,000 boaters’ comments to EPA on ethanol

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On July 11, Boat Owners Association of The United States (BoatUS) President Margaret Podlich and Government Affairs Manager David Kennedy delivered over 24,000 comments from recreational boaters to EPA Headquarters in Washington, D.C., to urge the agency to stop adding more ethanol to the nation’s gasoline supply. BoatUS had asked the boating public to add their voice to a proposal ...

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Weekly 5: New crowdfunding effort for Miami Marine Stadium

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The BI Weekly 5 is a collection of tips, news and data affecting the boating industry this week. Be sure to look for the BI Weekly 5 every week on BoatingIndustry.com. 1. New crowdfunding effort for Miami Marine Stadium (Video) The city of Miami has launched a new crowdfunding campaign in partnership with Heineken in another attempt to restore and ...

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NMMA urges EPA to lower proposed RFS ethanol volume

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The National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA), along with American Petroleum Institute (API) and the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA), held a conference call on Monday to discuss The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed increase for the Renewable Fuel Standard in 2017. The proposal calls for renewable fuel volumes of 18.8 billion gallons in 2017, a 3.8 percent increase from 2016 and ...

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