By Ron Lamberty, Senior Vice President, American Coalition for Ethanol Three years ago, gasoline retailers in Mexico had no control over what brand or grades of fuel they sold in their stations. They also didn’t determine fuel prices, when they got fuel deliveries, or even whether they have fuel on hand. Eighty years ago, Mexico created the state-owned oil company Petróleos Mexicanos, better known…
Posted on 03/07/2019
The Council conducted ethanol training in Monterrey last spring, including – from left to right – Manuel Vital, Secretary of Sustainable Development of the State of Nuevo Leon; Ron Lamberty, American Coalition for Ethanol senior vice president; Ryan LeGrand USGC Mexico director; Jorge Lerdo, USGC ethanol consultant; Isaias Romero, Mexican Association of Service Station Equipment Suppliers president; and Ricardo Contreras, Agencia de Seguridad Energia Y Ambiente, subdirector of regulation.
Posted on 12/26/2018
Ron Lamberty, ACE Senior Vice President, highlights efforts ACE and others have been making to grow the use of ethanol in the U.S. and in Mexico.
Posted on 09/21/2018
Right now, ethanol prices are at record lows, and if there’s any upside to depressed ethanol prices, it’s the opportunity to open new markets. ACE's Ron Lamberty believes there’s an opportunity now for more retailers to begin selling low-cost E15 and for more consumers to start saving money at the pump.
Posted on 04/27/2018
Splash blending of ethanol with gasoline was a trend seen in the U.S. about 10 years ago, but that logistics move went away when oil terminals with expanded storage capacities introduced in-line capability. However, with Mexican gasoline wholesale and retail market beginning to find its feet following market liberalization a couple of years ago, wholesalers and retailers in Mexico may see opportunities…
Posted on 04/10/2018
Commentary from Tom Blazek - a first time attendee of ACE's 10th annual Washington, D.C. fly-in March 21-22 from Lake Charles, Louisiana - on the actions and talk concerning the ethanol industry and the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) following the fly-in.
MEDIA ADVISORY: Press Teleconference - ACE, flex fuel retailers to discuss implications of a RIN cap
Posted on 03/09/2018
Sioux Falls, SD (March 9, 2018) – The American Coalition for Ethanol (ACE) is hosting a press teleconference today at 2:00 p.m. CDT with Senior Vice President Ron Lamberty, featuring flex fuel retailers Charlie Good of Good & Quick in Nevada, Iowa; Bruce Vollan of Midway Service in Baltic, South Dakota; and Mike Lewis of Pearson Fuels in California to discuss what the implications of capping renewable…
Posted on 03/07/2018
All ethanol plant members of the American Coalition for Ethanol (ACE) joined other biofuel manufacturing plants across the country in a letter to President Donald Trump today urging him to stand strong in defense of the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS). Excerpts from the letter found below. “There is no way to cut, cap, or eliminate RINs without cutting, capping, or eliminating gallons of homegrown…
Posted on 02/19/2018
Representatives of the cellulosic biofuels industry asked the U.S. EPA to take a renewed look at commercial-ready cellulosic biofuels, including cellulosic ethanol made from corn kernel fiber, as the agency begins its work to develop proposed 2019 Renewable Fuel Standard renewable volume obligations (RVOs), in a Feb. 15 letterthat the American Coalition for Ethanol (ACE) and 19 other trade groups sent…
Posted on 01/25/2018
Ron Lamberty, Senior Vice President of the American Coalition for Ethanol, responds to a recent letter sent from the Petroleum Marketers Association of America to the Federal Trade Commission in his latest Ethanol Producer Magazine column.