Daniels, hopefuls support Indiana corn ethanol

The Democrat and Republican running to replace Gov. Mitch Daniels spent most of their Tuesday morning talk with Indiana corn growers and ethanol producers outlining their similarities, starting with the fact that their campaign vehicles run on E85 ethanol blends.

Read More

Ethanol doubles its efforts in effort to keep subsidies

For years, ethanol fuel derived from corn was almost politically untouchable, thanks to powerful advocates on Capitol Hill.
The ethanol industry has consequently exploded over the last decade, thanks to government subsidies and incentives. But skepticism
about ethanol is rising, prompted by fluctuating food prices and an organized campaign by anti-ethanol advocates to discredit
the industry.

Read More

Potent potential for ethanol?

Poet Biorefining has four more Indiana ethanol plants on the drawing board, but they’ll stay on paper until capital markets
and demand for the biofuel improve, an executive of the South Dakota company said on a recent trip to Indianapolis

Read More