Congress is now exploring legislative avenues to expedite the process as time drags on and anticipation mounts for the EPA’s crucial decision regarding the year-round sale of E15 fuel.
Shaun Haney, host of Rural Radio Channel 147’s Real Ag Radio, joined us Friday on Market Day Report with an update on the important vote involving the use of ag machinery in Canada.
While extenuating circumstances are stagnating grain yields across the globe, ag economists see renewable diesel as a major driver of agricultural demand in the coming year.
The demand for agricultural products like corn, soybeans and animal fats in bio-fuel production is driving up the prices of edible oils to historic levels, according to new data released by the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture.
The meaning of a “double-fraction” clause and the impact on future oil and gas conveyances—that is the topic of today’s blog post by RFD-TV Agril-Legal expert Roger McEowen.
According to latest Consumer Price Index report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor and Statistics, rising shelter costs and fuel prices are propelling inflation above market expectations.
The Inflation Reduction Act sparks growth in sustainable aviation fuel production, offering farmers new opportunities.
After recent spikes, consumers are starting to see some slight relief when it comes to fuel prices.
Rural America will be feeling the strain of fuel costs as diesel and heating oil costs rise in tandem.
Diesel prices are on the rise, posing a huge challenge for farmers as they navigate their operations through the beginning of harvest season for many key U.S. crops.
According to a recent study by the Clean Fuels Alliance, the global trade for used cooking oil for bio-diesel production reached 4 billion gallons in 2022. The milestone marks a global shift toward sustainable, environmentally friendly fuel.
The surge in inflation in the latest Consumer Price Index report released Wednesday by the U.S. Bureau of Labor & Statistics is raising concerns across the market. Gasoline prices emerged as the primary driver of the CPI increase, accounting for more than half of the overall rise.
Analysts with the Propane Education & Research Council say the outlook for propane prices is positive for the fall harvest season.
The popular fuel used to run farming equipment has increased by 22 cents in just a week.
Groups are looking for clarification on EPA’s plan to achieve the increase and what fuel products will qualify.