Fuels

Energy Independence – What the military needs (Part II)

Given the recent growth in the production of North American petroleum resources it can be argued that US energy imports are no longer a national security issue and that energy independence has been attained. At the very least, the risks...

/ August 13, 2015

Biofuels Are Not “Cleaner” than Conventional Petroleum Transportation Fuels 

Dr. Jason Hill (U. of Minnesota) testified at a joint hearing on July 23, 2015 before the Subcommittee on Energy and the Subcommittee on Oversight of the Committee on Science, Space, and Technology of the United States House of Representatives.

/ July 27, 2015

The High Carbon Cost of Biofuels

Policymakers should carefully consider the potential impact of policies on the environment, energy security, and consumers. Unfortunately, well-intentioned regulations or legislation, especially involving energy and environmental policies, can and have had unintended negative consequences. An example of such consequences can...

/ July 23, 2015

EPA Wrong on E85 Gasoline

Can E85 save the Renewable Fuel Standard? Don’t bet on it. It’s time for Congress to fix the law it created. Visit http://act.afpm.org/ to learn more and make your voice heard.

/ July 21, 2015