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US appeals court rejects lawsuit over E15 labeling rules - PLATTS

October 22, 2014


Houston (Platts) - Oct. 21, 2014

A federal appeals court on Tuesday tossed out a lawsuit filed by several industry trade groups seeking to repeal US Environmental Protection Agency rules requiring labels for pumps selling gasoline containing 15 percent ethanol.

The US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia ruled that the plaintiffs, including the American Petroleum Institute and the Engine Products Group, did not have legal standing to challenge the rules.

"Petitioners fail to establish Article III standing because they cannot show that their members have suffered or are threatened with suffering an injury in fact that is traceable to the regulation and redressable by a favorable decision," the judges wrote in their opinion.

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Green Plains Mulls Further Feedlot Deals - Wall Street Journal

July 31, 2014


Article by Jacob Bunge - July 30, 2014

Green Plains Inc. may buy more cattle feedlots after the ethanol maker expanded into the business last month with the purchase of a Kansas cattle yard, its chief executive said.

Running a feedlot has given Green Plains an outlet for some of its dried distillers grains, a byproduct of ethanol production that is used to feed livestock, and it has improved the company's views into the cattle markets generally, CEO Todd Becker said in an interview.

"So far we've liked the results of the cattle feeding business," Mr. Becker said. "It probably won't be the last one we buy."

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Green Plains Q2 2014 Earnings Conference Call

July 22, 2014


Date: Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Time: 11:00 a.m. ET / 10:00 a.m. CT

Access the webcast here: http://investor.gpreinc.com/events.cfm


Lower prices the selling point for gas with higher ethanol content, but questions remain - Omaha World Herald

July 16, 2014


Article by Russell Hubbard - July 16, 2014

At a U-Stop gas station and convenience store in Lincoln last week, the pumps dispensing gasoline with 15 percent, 30 percent and 85 percent ethanol attracted a steady of stream of customers who have embraced blends higher than the E10 that has become a fixture at the nation’s fueling stops.

Higher-blend ethanol “is the right product for me,” said Mick Pierce, who was gassing up his minivan with E85. “I have 14 grandkids with sports and activities from southwest Lincoln to northeast Lincoln, so it saves me a little money.”

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