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Renewable Diesel: Demand, Supply and What Happens Next
On August 17, Stillwater President, Megan Boutwell presented at the Green Transportation Summit and Expo 2022. Megan’s presentation, Renewable Diesel: Demand, Supply and What...
What will it cost to move transportation energy to the grid?
by David Hackett California has big plans to reduce the use of petroleum and replace that energy with electricity. The first goal is to...
What’s Up Docket? A Preview of Potential LCFS Amendments 
By Adam Schubert  CARB has been indicating for some time that the next round of revisions to the LCFS would come after the AB32...
Portland Fossil Fuel Terminal Zoning Amendments
The Portland City Council voted to adopt Fossil Fuel Terminal Zoning Amendments on December 18, 2019. These Amendments prohibit the development of new fossil...