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Camelina cover crop makes propane

Camelina has emerged as the crop feedstock of choice for renewable propane

EPA places new ozone restrictions in Utah; Cox calls it 'incredibly reckless'

US approves California plan requiring half of heavy duty trucks be EV by 2035

As an alternative to gasoline and diesel, propane vehicles produce less greenhouse gases and harmful air pollutants. Thirty billion gallons of propane are produced domestically in the United States, with 20 billion gallons being exported each year. Its price is not subject to shocks connected to global supply and demand. This results in more stable prices over the long run, among other operational benefits. Therefore, propane vehicle operators can secure long-term fuel contracts at fixed costs.

US Power Plant Firm Goes Bankrupt After Winter Storm Penalties

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