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Ethanol mandate should not proceed without cost-benefit analysis

Before the Queensland Government commits to the 2 per cent ethanol mandate proposed in the biofuels discussion paper, it should commission a cost-benefit analysis to ensure that the costs the mandate will impose on motorists, estimated at over $4 million annually, are justified by the suggested environmental and regional development benefits. 875 more words


Supreme Court Rules Against EPA on Power Plant Emissions

Vortex Tools covers the Supreme Court’s ruling against the Environmental Protection Agency’s attempt to limit power plant emissions.

It’s been a spotlight year for the U.S. 574 more words

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Branstad questions EPA's new Renewable Fuel Standard

Nick Fetty | June 26, 2015

During a public hearing of EPA’s new Renewable Fuel Standard in Kansas City on Thursday, Iowa governor Terry Branstad questioned the new policy and the economic impact it will have on the Hawkeye State. 253 more words


EPA to hear testimony from hundreds in Kansas on renewable fuels plan

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) – Federal environmental officials say hundreds have signed up to testify on a renewable fuels proposal that ethanol supporters say would have stifling implications for their industry. 99 more words