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Meet The Winners Of The 2018 U.S. Dairy Sustainability Awards
Outstanding Supply Chain Collaboration: Magic Dirt of Little Rock, Ark. Getting a peat moss replacement made from dairy cow manure into Walmart stores in 43 states is no small feat. But partners throughout the supply chain – from farm to retail – rose to meet consumers' demand for a more sustainable gardening product. And they did it quickly. In just a few years, Magic Dirt, a ABC member, was innovated and distributed nationwide thanks to dairy farmers' enterprising spirit and Walmart's logistical and marketing expertise. More>>

House votes down 2018 Farm Bill
On May 18, the U.S. House of Representatives voted 198 to 213 to defeat the 2018 Farm Bill, officially titled the Agriculture or Nutrition Act of 2018, or H.R. 2. All 198 votes in favor of passing the legislation were made by republicans, with 30 republicans and 183 democrats voting against the bill. An addition seven republicans and 10 democrats did not vote on the legislation. Following the vote, House Speaker Paul Ryan moved to reconsider the bill. More>>

Call for Papers Open for ABC's Annual Conference @ Biocycle REFOR18
Accepting abstracts now for presentations on October 16-17, 2018. If you have a biogas system-related presentation that's a case study, on a planning process, or on third party research findings, please let us know and join us in Raleigh, NC this October 15-18! More>>

Iowa Residents to Sue the State Over Air Emissions from Industrial Hog Farms
"There's no way $325,000 is going to fix [the NC plaintiffs'] situation or allow them to relocate somewhere else," Watson said. What happened in North Carolina, he added, "makes our lawsuit that much more important, because we're going after the regulatory process [itself]." More>>

What is the farm bill? From food stamps to conservation efforts, a look at the massive legislation
The farm bill's massive size and undertaking gives way to various critiques from those who think its too costly or doesn't do quite enough. House Republicans are reportedly just short of the 218 votes it needs to pass it; President Trump will threaten to veto the legislation if it doesn't include tight enough work requirements for people on food stamps, sources told Fox News. More>>

Bioenergy and Agriculture Groups Urge Congress to Oppose H.R 2, House Farm Bill
The American Biogas Council (ABC) in conjunction with the Agriculture Energy Coalition (AgEC) and the Biomass Power Association (BPA) released the following statement on H.R. 2, the Agriculture and Nutrition Act of 2018, also known as the Farm Bill. To our organizations, these changes are unacceptable and we urge Congress to oppose H.R. 2 in its current form. More>>

New global report to help cities manage their food waste
According to the World Biogas Association, an ABC member, a new international report to help cities manage their food waste has been launched today. The report sets out the experiences of cities around the world in managing their food waste; the best practices for preventing and reducing food waste; an overview of collection systems to ensure clean food waste is brought to treatment and more. More>>

Dane County, WI secures lake clean-up grant
Dane County, an ABC member, was one of only six counties in Wisconsin to win this grant from the National Association of Conservation Districts. The county is also in the process of conducting an analysis of where new digester facilities could be located to most effectively treat manure and potentially process it into biogas or other byproducts of economic value. That report detailing the feasibility of potential future digester sites is due back later this year. More>>

EPA delivers proposed rule for 2019 RFS RVOs to OMB
The U.S. EPA has delivered its proposed rule to set 2019 Renewable Fuel Standard blending obligations to the White House Office of Management and Budget. OMB review marks a final step before the proposal is released for public comment. According to information posted to the OMB's website, the notice of proposed rulemaking is currently expected to be released in June, with the rule scheduled to be finalized in December. More>>

Biogas Council and EESI Announce Congressional Briefing on Biogas
The Environmental and Energy Study Institute and the American Biogas Council invite you to a briefing about the numerous challenges posed by organic wastes -- to human health, water and air quality, and to businesses that must manage these wastes -- and how anaerobic digestion offers solutions to these pressing issues. Wednesday, May 23, 2018, 2-3:30pm ET, Room 340 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC. Free and open to the public in person and also livecast online. More>>

Conaway races to nail down farm bill votes before House floor debate
House Agriculture Chairman Mike Conaway has a countdown clock to drum up votes for his farm bill [and the ABC is working to make sure these and other efforts to pass the House's Farm Bill fail]. House Republican leadership is planning to bring the farm bill to the floor next week, meaning Conaway (R-Texas) will have to work overtime to woo fellow GOP members to vote for the bill as intraparty divisions threaten to jeopardize the legislation. More>>

Facilitating Food Waste Digestion
[BioCycle Magazine] Increasing volumes of commercial food waste, much of it contaminated or packaged, led digestion facility in South San Francisco to install a depackaging unit. More>>

The Production and Use of Renewable Natural Gas as a Climate Strategy in the United States
"The Production and Use of Renewable Natural Gas as a Climate Strategy in the United States," a Working Paper by Rebecca Gasper and Tim Searchinger with the World Resources Institute, was released in late April and offers a positive assessment -- from a greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction lens -- on renewable natural gas (RNG) produced by anaerobic digesters. "Generally speaking, RNG has potential as an effective GHG reduction strategy when it meets two conditions: It is produced from organic waste, and its production and use results in net methane emissions reductions," states the paper. More>>

Editorial: Aspirational And Essential
[BioCycle Magazine] I took a quick trip to Las Vegas to attend Waste Expo and give a presentation on the BioCycle 2017 Residential Food Waste Collection Access in the U.S. report. On Tuesday (4/24/18), I attended a “Fireside Chat” with Jim Fish, the CEO of Waste Management. The previous Friday, Waste Management (WM) released its 2018 first quarter earnings, noting the company's “traditional solid waste business” -- collection and disposal -- “is in exceptional health,” accounting for 90 percent of revenues. Recycling, on the other hand... More>>

Catawba Biogas Plans Biogas Plant Near Lilesville, NC
Catawba Biogas, a leading operator of renewable energy facilities, will locate a new poultry waste to natural gas conversion plant in Anson County, NC. According to Anson Economic Development Partnership, the company plans to invest at least $15 million in state-of-the-art biogas technology, and is expected to break ground later this year. More>>

Biogas microgrids could reduce odors and outages for hog farm neighbors
Butler, a spry 77-year-old who still runs the operation, covered his waste pits to help reduce odor. He became the second farmer in the state to capture and burn methane gas from manure to create renewable energy. Now, he's the proud sponsor of the state's first biogas microgrid, a self-sustaining power system that could improve electric reliability, cut electric costs for his Harnett County community, and maybe spur wider reforms in the multi-billion-dollar hog business. More>>

Study: Climate change beliefs don't predict pro-environmental behaviors
Researchers divided respondents into three climate change belief categories: skeptic, cautiously worried and highly concerned. Cautiously worried participants reported lower rates of recycling, but skeptics and highly concerned participants were about the same. With all the other behaviors, skeptics reported higher frequency of sustainable behaviors compared with the cautiously worried and highly concerned groups. More>>

The Farm Bill's Tough Path
House Agriculture Committee Chairman Mike Conaway appears determined to bring the farm bill to the House floor next week, and he may get the 215 Republican votes needed to pass it. But the uncertainty within the Trump administration over trade policy and the Renewable Fuel Standard, as well as growing criticism of changes to the food-stamp program, mean that the process of passing this bill is likely to be lengthy -- if it passes in this Congress at all. Conaway is planning meetings this week to sway uncertain Republicans and is hoping to get a whip count before the end of the week. More>>

Trump expected to threaten veto of Farm Bill without tighter work requirements
President Donald Trump is expected to tell senior lawmakers in a meeting Wednesday that he will veto the farm bill if it doesn't include tighter work requirements for people receiving food stamps, according to two people familiar with his deliberations. That stance would immediately intensify the fight around work requirements, the most controversial element of the farm bill, and start a new debate over spending on federal safety-net programs ahead of November's midterm elections. More>>

Sponsorship Opportunities Available for ABC's Annual Conference at BioCycle REFOR18
Most people know that BioCycle and ABC have built the biggest biogas conference in North America--BioCycle REFOR18: The Official Conference of the American Biogas Council. But did you know that when you sponsor BioCycle REFOR18, you're also directly supporting the ABC's programs? Please take a look at all the options for getting involved and let us know how you'd like to participate! More>>

VT Bill Giving Citizens Right To Sue Over Water Pollution Has Financially Strapped Farmers On Edge
A bill that would allow citizens to go to court to enforce state water pollution laws is facing fierce opposition from Vermont farmers...Farmers are upset, saying they are already making substantial investments to comply with pollution controls to reduce phosphorus runoff. And they say now is not the time to add even more risk to their businesses. More>>

EPA Renewable Fuel Standard Waivers Challenged by Biofuels Group
[From the blog of ABC member Diamond Scientific] The Advanced Biofuels Association (ABFA), supported by members of House Biofuels Caucus, have challenged the US Environmental Protection Agency in court after they recently granted hardship waivers for several small refineries, including some that are not-so-small, exempting them from regulations pertaining to the US Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS). More>>

Six months later, DowDuPont still searching for a Nevada plant buyer
Currently, RFS policy counts biogas created from landfills toward its quota for cellulosic ethanol, and those gases can be captured at a far cheaper rate than actually producing the ethanol. That puts the ethanol producers at a disadvantage. More>>

St. Petersburg City Council learns nothing solid about biosolids
The city planned to send biogas to the utility, which in turn would set up infrastructure that would allow the city to use its own byproduct to power its sanitation trucks and the Southwest sewage plant. Doing so, city staff estimated, would save an estimated $31.6 million. City Council voted to move the project forward in January 2016, based on those projected savings. That savings estimate has since dropped more than 50 percent, to $14.8 million. What happened? Tankersley and staff are no longer sure whether the biogas can be used to power its sanitation trucks. The city had planned to partner with Peoples Gas to provide a pipeline for the trucks, but the energy company has yet to commit. More>>

Toronto may take from curb to fuel tank
The City of Toronto is developing renewable natural gas (RNG) infrastructure that has the potential to represent a fully closed-carbon loop that could fuel its fleet from modified biogas processed at its anaerobic digestion facilities. That means the same collection trucks that pick up Toronto's organic waste could ultimately be fueled by that waste. The City is currently in the process of expanding its Dufferin Organics Processing Facility to increase its organics processing capacity and build a biogas cleanup facility in order to produce RNG. More>>

Smithfield Foods Announces Partnership with Anuvia Plant Nutrients to Develop and Market Bio-Based Sustainable Fertilizer Products
The project reuses organic matter found in hog manure to create a commercial-grade fertilizer that is higher in nutrient concentration than the original organic materials...ABC member Anuvia Plant Nutrients will utilize remnant solids from Smithfield hog farms that accumulate over time at the bottom of the anaerobic lagoons, basins designed and certified to treat and store hog manure. Anuvia, which specializes in the transformation of organic materials into enhanced efficiency fertilizer products, will manufacture and sell these commercial-grade fertilizer products to farmers nationwide. More>>

Lystek opts out of biogas project in the town of Glen (NY)
Lystek International, LLC, is no longer interested in pursuing their proposed Organic Material Recovery Center (OMRC) in the Glen Canal View Business Park. The decision to no longer pursue their proposed project in the business park comes after the discovery of a 1998 Waste Management Law which prohibits any secondary processing of solid or liquid waste in the park [and meetings where Glen residents showed up in force at a board meeting over a biosolids plant locating in the Canal View Business Park]. More>>

NGV Measures Advance in Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania and Ontario, Canada, have gotten a boost to advance natural gas vehicle (NGV) fleets and fueling stations. The Alternative Fuel Incentive Grants (AFIG) program of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection approved more than $1.6 million to support 19 projects using natural gas and other alternative fuels, such as propane and biodiesel. More>>

Michigan lawmakers look to boost consumer-generated renewables
A bipartisan group of Michigan lawmakers has introduced a package of five bills aimed at expanding access to renewable energy resources and raising the amount that owners of distributed generation are paid for their excess energy production...Among other groups, the bill package would help the state's farmers who have been negatively impacted by the reduced amount of money utilities pay for excess energy...The new policy would allow more residents, particularly farmers interested in wind and biogas investments, to generate their own power... More>>

Reps. Pingree, Young Launch Bipartisan Food Waste Caucus
Today, Congresswoman Chellie Pingree (D-ME) and Congressman David Young (R-IA) launched a bipartisan House Food Waste Caucus to explore opportunities to reduce food waste...The bipartisan House Food Waste Caucus will look at ways to promote food waste reduction across the food supply chain; provide educational opportunities to congressional members and staff; support efforts to reduce food waste at federal agencies including USDA and EPA; and collaborate with diverse stakeholders to highlight food waste success stories. Last Friday, Congresswoman Pingree hosted a food waste briefing on the Hill. Speakers from the American Biogas Council, Campbell Soup Company, Feeding America, Further with Food, and the Harvard Food Law and Policy Clinic highlighted different opportunities to support food waste reduction initiatives. More>>

Welcome New Member: Noblehurst Green Energy!
Noblehurst Green Energy owns an anaerobic digester system adjacent to the Noblehurst Farms dairy complex. The system is designed to receive three different types of substrates--manure, food scraps and other pre-consumer organics. The biogas is used to generate electricty on- and off-site and heat. At maximum output, the total electricity output is projected to be enough to power the equivalent of more than 300 homes. More>>

Hog waste suits may bring change
It was the first of dozens of lawsuits filed by neighbors of massive swine farms in North Carolina...But then, it's not all that surprising. The industry is using waste-disposal techniques that are appropriate to the 19th century, not the 21st...In truth, there are many better ways of getting rid of the waste, including some new techniques that make the effluent generate additional cash. A Duke University study found that one technique for producing biogas from hog waste could produce energy for as little as 5 cents per kilowatt hour -- about the same cost as solar power. More>>

Welcome New Member: Western Branch Diesel!
Western Branch Diesel is a full service company providing Sales , Service, & Engineering Assistance to the power generation, marine, and on-road markets. The equipment we service in these markets are MTU, MTU Onsite Energy, Detroit Diesel, Volvo Penta, and Alison. More>>

Rep. Pingree (ME) Invited ABC to Speak on Biogas for Stop Food Waste Day
On Friday, April 27, Congresswoman Chellie Pingree (ME), who has been a long time supporter of reducing food waste, held a briefing on Capitol Hill to discuss the issue for Stop Food Waste Day. ABC was invited to talk about food waste recycling and biogas. During the briefing, Rep. Pingree also announced the formation of a new, bi-partisan Food Waste Caucus and is looking for House members to join. Please encourage your Representative to join the Caucus! More>>

Dane County (WI) to explore manure treatment funding
Dane County Executive Parisi on April 26 announced ABC member Dane County will be partnering with local family farmers to accelerate lakes clean-up efforts by commissioning a study to recommend where treatment technology can most effectively be located to treat more manure. The county is looking for proposals and bids from private partners to evaluate where additional digesters or other types of large scale treatment systems could be placed to reduce run-off. More>>

Smithfield Foods Extended Statement Regarding McKiver v. Murphy-Brown Verdict
We are extremely disappointed by the verdict. We believe the outcome would have been different if the court had allowed the jury to (1) visit the plaintiffs' properties and the Kinlaw farm and (2) hear additional vital evidence, especially the results of our expert's odor-monitoring tests, as explained in detail below. In addition, media reports of a $50 million verdict are inaccurate and misleading. More>>

Amp Americas opens 20th CNG fueling station
The Amp CNG ultra fast-fill CNG station is now open to the public and takes all major credit and fleet cards. The station is already fueling US Foods' Buda-based fleet of 50 CNG trucks. More>>

Farm-bill fight gets messier
One week after House Agriculture Committee Republicans passed a farm bill, all is superficially quiet on this legislative front. But behind the scenes, the situation is messy and getting messier. More>>

In North Carolina, Hog Waste Is Becoming A Streamlined Fuel Source
In late March, a project in eastern North Carolina revealed the potential to turn every hog farm in the state into a source of renewable natural gas, or what's known as swine biogas. Most people think the purpose of biogas is to create green fuel, but that's actually the byproduct. The main purpose of creating biogas is to destroy methane and earn valuable carbon offset credits -- methane is a greenhouse gas that is 25 times more potent than carbon dioxide. (With ABC members Cavanaugh & Associates, Duke Energy and Duke University) More>>

EPA: 20.98 million cellulosic RINs generated in March
Approximately 20.38 million D3 cellulosic biofuel RINs were generated in March, bringing the net total for the first three months of the year to 41.7 million. More>>

Chairs of House Biofuels Caucus Demand Answers about EPA's Secret RFS Waivers
It is our understanding that these waivers were permitted through...a provision that was designed to provide flexibility to small refineries who are truly experiencing hardship. According to recent reports, however, it is clear that at least three of these waivers were granted to refineries owned by a company that posted a profit of $1.5 billion last year. In addition, these waivers were issued by the EPA privately without any public input. More>>

Woodland Meadows Landfill State-of-the-Art Gas to Energy Facility Now Open
Ameresco, Inc. announced that the landfill gas to renewable natural gas facility at the Woodland Meadows Landfill, owned by ABC member Waste Management has achieved EPA approval and is now in operation. More>>

Smithfield Foods Invests in Sustainable Agronomics: Q&A with Bill Gill
In Missouri we've partnered with a company called Roeslein Alternative Energy (an ABC member) that is in the process of covering our hog farm anaerobic lagoons to collect biogas. RAE has technology to treat that biogas and make it "pipeline quality," essentially the same as natural gas. They can inject that renewable natural gas into the natural gas pipeline in the vicinity. Customers can then agree to purchase that specifically. More>>

SoCalGas and Opus 12 Successfully Demonstrate Converting CO2 in Biogas into More Methane
Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas) and Opus 12 today announced the successful demonstration of a new process to convert the carbon dioxide in raw biogas to methane in a single electrochemical step, a critical improvement in the science of upgrading biogas to pipeline quality natural gas, and a simpler method of converting excess renewable electricity into storable natural gas. More>>

Air Liquide doubles its biomethane production capacity
ABC ember Air Liquide has commissioned three new biomethane production units since the beginning of 2018, doubling its biomethane production capacity. With these units, Air Liquide has doubled its biomethane production capacity, which now stands at 60 MW, the equivalent of 500 GWh for a full year of production. More>>

Blue Sphere Reports 2017 Financial Results and Provides Business Update Read more: http://www.digitaljournal.com/pr/3740041#ixzz5DBBwGRm2
Shlomi Palas, Chief Executive Officer of ABC member Blue Sphere, commented, "We are very encouraged with the operational progress that Blue Sphere has made during 2017 and in 2018 we will be very focused on managing our asset portfolio to produce the highest level of efficiencies and cash flows. We will also continue to focus on acquisitions and developments that will add to our growing portfolio of assets." More>>

Einstein: Check out an exclusive preview of James Patterson's Genius new series
"Gas, sir. We can rig up an anaerobic digester that will turn the horse manure into biogas, which we can then combust to generate electricity and heat" More>>

USDA Secretary says RFS refinery waivers are hurting farmers, threatening rural livelihoods
A sharp increase in exemptions to federal renewable fuel blending mandates was destroying agriculture demand and adding to rural economic anxiety, US agriculture secretary Sonny Perdue told senators today. A record number of small refineries received Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) waivers to 2016 and 2017 requirements under the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS), reducing the total physical volume of renewable fuels that must blend into the US fuel supply for this year. More>>

Likelihood of 2018 Farm Bill extension grows
As of mid-April, Congressional ag leaders on both sides of the political aisle appeared no closer to finishing a 2018 Farm Bill. In a North American Agricultural Journalists news conference, not one House or Senate ag committee leader would rule out extending the 2014 Farm Bill. More>>

Grassley, Thune, Blunt, Fischer, Ernst Joint Statement on EPA Attacks on RFS
Grassley, Thune, Blunt, Fischer and Ernst issued the following joint statement regarding the response letter from EPA, as well as further reports of EPA receiving applications for and in many cases granting "hardship" waivers meant for "small refiners" to multibillion dollar oil refining corporations. More>>

Draft 2018 Farm Bill reauthorizes Energy Title programs
On April 12, House Agriculture Committee Chairman K. Michael Conaway, R-Texas, released a draft of the 2018 Farm Bill, officially titled the Agriculture and Nutrition Act of 2018. The legislation reauthorizes many bioenergy-related programs, but provides them with only discretionary funding. More>>

Peterson slams GOP farm bill
Rep. Collin Peterson of Minnesota may be the most reluctant partisan in the U.S. House of Representatives. Peterson was a leader of the Blue Dog Democrats when there were enough rural Democrats from conservative areas to matter. He is a rock musician and a hunter. Alternating between chairman and ranking member of the House Agriculture Committee, he has negotiated the content of several farm bills with a series of Republicans. But on Tuesday, Peterson signaled to the North American Agricultural Journalists that he has had enough of House Agriculture Committee Chairman Mike Conaway's plans to make changes to the food-stamp program in the 2018 farm bill. More>>

Rep. Collin Peterson in hot seat as farm bill talks stall in Congress
As Congress prepares to return from its spring recess, Peterson in an interview questioned whether a new farm bill will even be in place before the old one expires on Sept. 30. “Not the way they're going about it,” Peterson said of Republicans on the committee. More>>

Duke Delays Plans for CHP Plant, to Focus on Biogas Options
[Featuring ABC members Duke University and Duke Energy, unlrealted] Duke University: “We are committed to support and foster the development of a renewable biogas market in North Carolina that reduces reliance on fossil fuels and provides opportunities for positive community, environmental, economic and policy outcomes in the state,” said Trask. “At the same time, we will continue to pursue energy efficiency, solar energy and other strategies to meet our climate goals.” More>>

Smithfield Foods team up with Anuvia Plant Nutrients to develop bio-based sustainable fertilizer products
Smithfield Foods announces partnership with ABC member Anuvia Plant Nutrients to develop and market fertilizer products from renewable biological materials collected from hog farm's manure treatment systems. More>>

MN Rep. Peterson Visits Chippewa Valley Ethanol, Expresses Support for RFS
“I recently met with Secretary Perdue to emphasize the importance of these programs for rural Minnesota, and will continue to fight changes to the RFS that would undermine its success,” said Rep. Peterson. More>>

From hog to pipeline quality biogas
An innovative power plant in Charlotte, North Carolina, featuring ABC members Cavanaugh & Associates and Duke Energy is taking renewable biogas from hog farms in the state and using it to generate electricity. According to a statement, it is the first time the technology has been applied from in-state farms. More>>

Exclusive: Trump weighs dropping personal efforts on biofuel reform - sources
President Donald Trump is seriously considering abandoning efforts to remake the nation's biofuel laws after wading deep into an issue that divides some of his core constituencies, according to three sources familiar with the administration's thinking. More>>

Save $1/gallon for a whole year when you buy Redeem RNG
We love seeing biogas-related mainstream marketing like this so much, we just had to share. Redeem is the RNG brand from ABC member company Clean Energy Renewable Fuels. More>>

With flood of EPA waivers, refineries find way around ethanol mandate
Refining executive on EPA waivers for RFS compliance: "The EPA was handing out those exemptions like trick or treat candy." More>>

Welcome New Member Renergy, Inc!
Renergy, Inc. is a green energy company that utilizes anaerobic digestion to recycle everyday waste into electricity and soil nutrients. We own two bioenergy plants in Ohio, and a CNG fueling station at the heart of Ohio's interstates. Renergy is committed to reducing carbon emissions through the responsible and sustainable use of bioenergy. More>>

Even Without Trump-Brokered Deal, Refiners Get Biofuel Relief
Despite a series of White House meetings in recent months, U.S. oil refiners haven't seen any change in the federal mandate requiring them to blend biofuels. Yet the market in biofuel credits shows they're getting some of what they want anyway. [ABC Note: This may impact D6 prices and not D3/D5] More>>

Officials: We've addressed odor problems at wastewater treatment plant
During the first week of August, the authority received a higher-than-normal amount of grease from haulers, and operators ended up putting too much material into the system, upsetting the digesters. The authority halted deliveries of grease until an executive oversight committee made up of Glen Ellyn and Lombard officials set new protocols. More>>

Welcome New Member Diamond Scientific!
Ray and his team at Diamond Scientific offer fixed and portable biogas analyzers, for emissions, calibration, tuning, and power generation. More>>

Welcome New Member: Sustainable Green Technologies Ltd. (SGTech)
Sustainable Green Technologies (SGTech) is a multi-disciplinary R&D clean tech & renewable energy company, specializing in nutrient recovery, biogas solutions and water recycling for livestock. SGTech developed a game-changing, chemical-free, and economical waste treatment process that produces treated water at a quality suitable for sewage discharge. More>>

Trump administration may leave biofuel reform to lawmakers: Perdue
U.S. Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue signaled on Tuesday that the Trump administration was backing off efforts to make major changes to the nation's biofuels program and may leave it to lawmakers to settle the divisive issue instead. More>>

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