Ethanol Photos on Townhall

  •  - Alan Kroska refuels his ATV with "Real Gas, No Ethanol" at the Freedom Market in Freedom

    Alan Kroska refuels his ATV with "Real Gas, No Ethanol" at the Freedom Market in Freedom

    Posted: 7/1/2011 3:41:27 PM EST
    Alan Kroska refuels his ATV with "Real Gas, No Ethanol" at the Freedom Market in Freedom, New Hampshire July 1, 2011. Wayne Marshall, owner of Freedom Market, explains that ethanol free gasoline, which he gets from Canada because it is not manufactured in the U.S., will not destroy small engines the way gas with ethanol will. Voters in the Iowa caucus and the New Hampshire primary will be the first to cast ballots in the upcoming U.S. Presidential race. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS)
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    Posted: 6/21/2011 7:11:17 PM EST
    In this photo taken July 2009, a tanker truck loaded up with ethanol prepares to leave the Archer Daniels Midland Company plant in Decatur, Ill. While a Senate vote to end a tax credit that's helped build the ethanol industry in the United States signals that the subsidy's days may be numbered, corn farmers and ethanol makers hope they can convince Congress to compromise and agree to preserve but reduce subsidies. But agricultural economists say the ethanol industry has grown up over the last few years and doesn't need the help, and they doubt farmers or their customers in the ethanol industry would be hurt much if the subsidy dies. (AP Photo/Seth Perlman)
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    Posted: 6/21/2011 7:11:16 PM EST
    In this photo taken Sept. 2007, central Illinois farmer John Lyons unloads a truck full of harvested corn at the Farmers Elevator Company in Auburn, Ill. While a Senate vote to end a tax credit that's helped build the ethanol industry in the United States signals that the subsidy's days may be numbered, corn farmers and ethanol makers hope they can convince Congress to compromise and agree to preserve but reduce subsidies. But agricultural economists say the ethanol industry has grown up over the last few years and doesn't need the help, and they doubt farmers or their customers in the ethanol industry would be hurt much if the subsidy dies. (AP Photo/Seth Perlman)
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    Posted: 6/21/2011 7:11:16 PM EST
    In this photo taken Nov. 2009, central Illinois corn farmers harvest their crops near Waverly, Ill. While a Senate vote to end a tax credit that's helped build the ethanol industry in the United States signals that the subsidy's days may be numbered, corn farmers and ethanol makers hope they can convince Congress to compromise and agree to preserve but reduce subsidies. But agricultural economists say the ethanol industry has grown up over the last few years and doesn't need the help, and they doubt farmers or their customers in the ethanol industry would be hurt much if the subsidy dies. (AP Photo/Seth Perlman)
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    Posted: 6/21/2011 7:11:15 PM EST
    In this photo taken July, 2009, an unidentified ADM employee secures a tanker truck loaded up with ethanol at the Archer Daniels Midland Company plant in Decatur, Ill. While a Senate vote to end a tax credit that's helped build the ethanol industry in the United States signals that the subsidy's days may be numbered, corn farmers and ethanol makers hope they can convince Congress to compromise and agree to preserve but reduce subsidies. But agricultural economists say the ethanol industry has grown up over the last few years and doesn't need the help, and they doubt farmers or their customers in the ethanol industry would be hurt much if the subsidy dies. (AP Photo/Seth Perlman)
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    Posted: 6/21/2011 7:11:15 PM EST
    In this photo taken July 2009 tanker trucks are loaded up with ethanol at the Archer Daniels Midland Company plant in Decatur, Ill. While a Senate vote to end a tax credit that's helped build the ethanol industry in the United States signals that the subsidy's days may be numbered, corn farmers and ethanol makers hope they can convince Congress to compromise and agree to preserve but reduce subsidies. But agricultural economists say the ethanol industry has grown up over the last few years and doesn't need the help, and they doubt farmers or their customers in the ethanol industry would be hurt much if the subsidy dies. (AP Photo/Seth Perlman)
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    Posted: 6/21/2011 7:11:14 PM EST
    In this photo taken Sept. 2008, central Illinois farmer Gary Niemeyer, not pictured, unloads harvested corn grain from the auger while harvesting corn crops near Auburn, Ill. While a Senate vote to end a tax credit that's helped build the ethanol industry in the United States signals that the subsidy's days may be numbered, corn farmers and ethanol makers hope they can convince Congress to compromise and agree to preserve but reduce subsidies. But agricultural economists say the ethanol industry has grown up over the last few years and doesn't need the help, and they doubt farmers or their customers in the ethanol industry would be hurt much if the subsidy dies. (AP Photo/Seth Perlman)
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    Posted: 6/21/2011 7:11:11 PM EST
    In this photo taken March 2008, a grain transport truck is loaded up with corn in Curran, Ill. While a Senate vote to end a tax credit that's helped build the ethanol industry in the United States signals that the subsidy's days may be numbered, corn farmers and ethanol makers hope they can convince Congress to compromise and agree to preserve but reduce subsidies. But agricultural economists say the ethanol industry has grown up over the last few years and doesn't need the help, and they doubt farmers or their customers in the ethanol industry would be hurt much if the subsidy dies. (AP Photo/Seth Perlman)
  •  - E85 Ethanol biodiesel fuel is shown being pumped into a vehicle at a gas station in Nevada, Iowa

    E85 Ethanol biodiesel fuel is shown being pumped into a vehicle at a gas station in Nevada, Iowa

    Posted: 6/16/2011 4:15:49 PM EST
    E85 ethanol fuel is shown being pumped into a vehicle at a gas station selling alternative fuels in the town of Nevada, Iowa, December 6, 2007. REUTERS/Jason Reed
  •  - E85 Ethanol biodiesel fuel is shown being pumped into a vehicle at a gas station in Nevada, Iowa

    E85 Ethanol biodiesel fuel is shown being pumped into a vehicle at a gas station in Nevada, Iowa

    Posted: 6/16/2011 4:15:22 PM EST
    E85 ethanol fuel is shown being pumped into a vehicle at a gas station selling alternative fuels in the town of Nevada, Iowa, December 6, 2007. REUTERS/Jason Reed
  •  - E85 Ethanol biodiesel fuel is shown being pumped into a vehicle at a gas station in Nevada, Iowa

    E85 Ethanol biodiesel fuel is shown being pumped into a vehicle at a gas station in Nevada, Iowa

    Posted: 6/16/2011 4:14:20 PM EST
    E85 ethanol fuel is shown being pumped into a vehicle at a gas station selling alternative fuels in the town of Nevada, Iowa, December 6, 2007. REUTERS/Jason Reed
  •  - E85 Ethanol biodiesel fuel is shown being pumped into a vehicle at a gas station in Nevada, Iowa

    E85 Ethanol biodiesel fuel is shown being pumped into a vehicle at a gas station in Nevada, Iowa

    Posted: 6/16/2011 4:13:49 PM EST
    E85 ethanol fuel is shown being pumped into a vehicle at a gas station selling alternative fuels in the town of Nevada, Iowa, December 6, 2007. REUTERS/Jason Reed
  •  - E85 Ethanol biodiesel fuel is shown being pumped into a vehicle at a gas station in Nevada, Iowa

    E85 Ethanol biodiesel fuel is shown being pumped into a vehicle at a gas station in Nevada, Iowa

    Posted: 6/16/2011 1:24:01 PM EST
    E85 ethanol fuel is shown being pumped into a vehicle at a gas station selling alternative fuels in the town of Nevada, Iowa, December 6, 2007. REUTERS/Jason Reed
  •  - E85 Ethanol biodiesel fuel is shown being pumped into a vehicle at a gas station in Nevada, Iowa

    E85 Ethanol biodiesel fuel is shown being pumped into a vehicle at a gas station in Nevada, Iowa

    Posted: 6/16/2011 1:23:49 PM EST
    E85 ethanol fuel is shown being pumped into a vehicle at a gas station selling alternative fuels in the town of Nevada, Iowa, December 6, 2007. REUTERS/Jason Reed
  •  - A worker cuts sugar cane for sugar and ethanol production

    A worker cuts sugar cane for sugar and ethanol production

    Posted: 6/6/2011 2:28:48 AM EST
    A worker cuts sugar cane for sugar and ethanol production near the city of Dourados in Mato Grosso do Sul state, southern Brazil, April 25, 2007. REUTERS/Jamil Bittar
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    Posted: 5/23/2011 5:10:51 PM EST
    Former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty speaks during a town hall meeting Monday, May 23, 2011, at the State of Iowa Historical Building in Des Moines, Iowa. At his first campaign appearance since announcing his bid for the Republican nomination, Pawlenty cast himself as the Republican candidate willing to tell the country hard truths. He told corn-dependent Iowa that its prized federal subsidies for ethanol should be phased out. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)
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    Posted: 5/23/2011 5:10:51 PM EST
    Former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty speaks during a town hall meeting Monday, May 23, 2011, at the State of Iowa Historical Building in Des Moines, Iowa. At his first campaign appearance since announcing his bid for the Republican nomination, Pawlenty cast himself as the Republican candidate willing to tell the country hard truths: he told corn-dependent Iowa that its prized federal subsidies for ethanol should be phased out. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)
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    Posted: 5/23/2011 5:10:51 PM EST
    Former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty speaks during a town hall meeting Monday, May 23, 2011, at the State of Iowa Historical Building in Des Moines, Iowa. At his first campaign appearance since announcing his bid for the Republican nomination, Pawlenty cast himself as the Republican candidate willing to tell the country hard truths. He told corn-dependent Iowa that its prized federal subsidies for ethanol should be phased out. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)
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    Posted: 5/23/2011 5:10:50 PM EST
    Former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty speaks during a town hall meeting Monday, May 23, 2011, at the State of Iowa Historical Building in Des Moines, Iowa. At his first campaign appearance since announcing his bid for the Republican nomination, Pawlenty cast himself as the Republican candidate willing to tell the country hard truths. He told corn-dependent Iowa that its prized federal subsidies for ethanol should be phased out. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)
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    Posted: 5/23/2011 5:10:50 PM EST
    Former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty speaks during a town hall meeting Monday, May 23, 2011, at the State of Iowa Historical Building in Des Moines, Iowa. At his first campaign appearance since announcing his bid for the Republican nomination, Pawlenty cast himself as the Republican candidate willing to tell the country hard truths. He told corn-dependent Iowa that its prized federal subsidies for ethanol should be phased out. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)