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UNICA's Comments on Renewable Fuel Standard Program: Standards for 2017 and Biomass-Based Diesel Volume for 2018

The Brazilian Sugarcane Industry Association (known by the acronym “UNICA”) today commented on proposed 2017 renewable fuel standards by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The association also issued the following statement, which should be attributed to UNICA’s President, Elizabeth Farina.

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UNICA's position paper on Mercosur-EU trade negotiations

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Boosting Biofuels: Sustainable Paths to Greater Energy Security

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Sugarcane Biofuels Fact Sheet

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Towards advanced biofuels - Options for integrating conventional and advanced biofuel production sites

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Second Generation Biofuel Markets: State of Play, Trade and Developing Country Perspectives

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The role of cleaner fuels after COP21

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Unintended Consequences from EPA Proposal Could Limit U.S. Access to Advanced Biofuels

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has accepted comments on a proposal that would allow, among other things, biofuel producers to partially process renewable feedstocks at one facility and further process them into renewable fuels at another facility. EPA intends this broad rule to increase the economics and efficiency of producing biofuels, particularly advanced and cellulosic biofuels, a goal Brazil’s sugarcane biofuel producers broadly support.

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