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Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted November 24, 2010

Here is a prime example of what can happen when Congress and the administration tamper with the free market system to impose their will on the American public. Simply put, their meddling can create major headaches for consumers. 

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biofuels  congress  e1534  energy-policy  environmental-protection-agency  epa34  ethanol  fuel-blends  gasoline-blends 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted October 21, 2010

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today announced a new multi-million dollar program to promote the production of and demand for biofuels. His announcement came on the heels of the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) approval of E15, a fuel blend containing up to 15 percent ethanol.

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biofuels  domestic-energy  e1034  e1534  energy-policy  environmental-protection-agency  epa34  ethanol  fuel  fuel-blends  gasoline  gasoline-blends  ethanol-in-gasoline  growth-energy 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted September 23, 2010

Here's a classic case of putting the cart before the horse, or in this case approving a new fuel before it's adequately tested. 

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air-quality  biofuels  clean-air-act  domestic-energy  energy-policy  environmental-protection-agency  epa34  ethanol  ethanol-in-gasoline  fuel  fuel-blends  gasoline  gasoline-blends  rhetoric-vs-reality 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted September 1, 2010

Why is the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in such a hurry to grant a waiver allowing E15 to be sold in the marketplace?

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e1534  emissions  environmental-protection-agency  epa34  ethanol  fuel-blends  gasoline-blends  vehicle-emissions 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted March 16, 2010

If you fill up your own gasoline tank, you've probably seen the signs on gasoline pumps that read: "This product may contain up to 10 percent ethanol."

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air-quality  domestic-energy  e1534  energy-policy  environmental-protection-agency  epa34  ethanol  fuel  gasoline  gasoline-blends 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted November 30, 2009

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is considering whether to increase the percentage of ethanol than can be placed in gasoline. At present, ethanol blends of up to 10 percent are permissible, and studies are underway to determine whether more ethanol can be added without causing harm to vehicles, fuel dispensing equipment and air quality. 

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