Month: April 2016

Cars At The Capital: Petrochemicals In Cars From Taft To Today

Since the early 20th century, U.S. presidents have embraced automotive technology. President William Howard Taft, an early automobile enthusiast, broke the long presidential tradition of using horse-drawn vehicles, and brought the presidency to more modern times with his use of...

/ April 7, 2016

Chicken Little, Er The Biofuel Industry Had A Pretty Good Year: Part II

Just over a year ago, the Primer highlighted how EPA finally recognized vehicle and fueling infrastructure compatibility constraints in using its legal authority to propose reducing the annual requirement for the nation’s biofuel mandate, known as the Renewable Fuel Standard...

/ April 5, 2016