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Haley debates DeSantis Iowa ethanol

Haley attacks DeSantis over ethanol at biofuels summit

Nikki Haley criticized Ron DeSantis' attempts to end a federal ethanol mandate that DeSantis said he now supports.
AltEn ethanol contamination

UNL students study former ethanol plant AltEn contamination

The massive study into the long-term effects wrought by AltEn, as well as financial assistance from the state, has provided unique research experiences for UNL students.
Summit Carbon pipeline litigation

Pipeline opponents sue to block Summit Carbon water permit

The suit seeks to reverse a state permit that would allow 56 million gallons of water to be pumped annually for carbon capture.
Summit Carbon CO2 pipeline route shifting

Summit will make new pipeline permit application in South Dakota

Summit Carbon Solutions says it will reapply for a permit after changing its route, a process that could take more than a year.
Local officials have potential to block carbon dioxide projects

Local officials have potential to block carbon dioxide projects

Carbon dioxide capture facilities at ethanol plants that would feed proposed pipelines would be subject to local building permits.
sustainable biofuels emissions footprint

What are biofuels and why is it so confusing whether they are a source of clean energy or not?

India, the current president of the Group of 20 industrialized and developing nations, has proposed a global biofuel alliance that seeks to accelerate sustainable biofuels deployment to support the global energy transition.
Summit carbon capture pipeline

Hearing opens for Summit carbon capture pipeline across Iowa

The Iowa Utilities Board rejects attempts to delay a permit hearing for a controversial carbon capture pipeline, citing cost, time for preparations.