Articles By John McGarrity

4 Jun 2019 | John McGarrity
Groupe Avril, which is one of France’s largest producers of animal feed, vegetable oils and biofuels...
31 May 2019 | John McGarrity
The US Environmental Protection Agency said on May 30 it had finalised regulatory changes that will enable...
30 May 2019 | John McGarrity
Almost one-third of the biodiesel sold in the Netherlands in 2015 could have been fraudulently claiming the use of feedstocks...
24 May 2019 | John McGarrity
Ukrainian corn exports reached 111,000 mt last week, further extending this year’s lead over last year...
22 May 2019 | John McGarrity
Reports that US President Donald Trump is to make a high-profile speech at an Iowa ethanol plant has raised hopes that the...
15 May 2019 | John McGarrity
The EU's scrapping of anti-dumping duties on US ethanol has sharply increased the risk that the bloc will be flooded with...
30 Apr 2019 | John McGarrity
US ethanol producers have urged the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to ensure that a regulatory fix allowing year...
3 Apr 2019 | John McGarrity
US ethanol production rose 24,000 barrels per day (b/d) to 999,000 b/d in the week ending March 29, data from the...
28 Mar 2019 | John McGarrity
Bulk carriers are expected to load a total of 4.37 million mt of grain in the main ports of the country during...
27 Mar 2019 | John McGarrity
US ethanol production fell 29,000 barrels per day (b/d) to just over 975,000 b/d per day in the week ending March 22...
20 Mar 2019 | John McGarrity
US ethanol production has fallen by 1,000 barrels to just over a 1.004 million barrels per day in the week ending March 15...
One of the biggest lobby groups for US ethanol has said it is “not entirely surprised” after the European Court of Justice ruled...
EU member states have today backed the imposition of anti-subsidy measures on Argentine biodiesel imports into the bloc
The UK’s biggest bioethanol plant is to close its doors at the end of September, costing dozens of jobs and tipping the...
29 Mar 2018 | John McGarrity
UN proposals to curb emissions from shipping will next week meet resistance from Brazil and Argentina, in view of the likely increased costs to commodities producers from near-term curbs on the speed of ships.
US corn ethanol producers have been dealt a blow in the latest twist to the EU’s ongoing action against US ethanol imports, as the bloc announced an extension to the anti-dumping measures to cover a 15-month review.