US government releases Biofuels Data Sources matrix to streamline data access

April 11, 2016 |

In Washington, the new Biofuels Data Sources matrix provides access to selected sources of economic data on biofuels from the U.S. Government. Data come from the Department of Agriculture (USDA), Department of Energy (DOE), Census Bureau, International Trade Commission, and the Environmental Protection Agency. The matrix contains a compendium of market data on supply, use, price, and other data related to biofuels, biofuel feedstocks, and petroleum products. It focuses on conventional ethanol (primarily from corn) and biodiesel, the feedstocks used to produce these fuels, and the petroleum fuels that compete with or complement the use of these biofuels. The Biofuels Data Sources is a collaborative effort of the DOE’s Energy Information Administration and USDA’s Economic Research Service.

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